Sunday December 6th, 2015

Tom Brady threw his first NFL pick-six in the red zone vs. Eagles on Sunday.

In the third quarter with the Patriots in scoring territory, Brady was picked off by Eagles safety Malcolm Jones, who ran the ball back 100 yards for a touchdown.

Malcolm’s score gave the Eagles a 21–14 lead. According to ESPN, the pick-six by Brady marked the longest of his career and he has now thrown two pick-sixes in one season for the first time since 2001.

After the turnover, Brady attempted to undo some of the damage with a tackle, although he was not successful. 


Brady later threw another interception with just over two minutes left in the third quarter.

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