Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow threw his first interception in 200 pass attempts during the fourth quarter Sunday against the Chicago Bears, snapping the longest active streak in the National Football League without a pick.
Then he threw an interception on his next pass that followed Roquan Smith's touchdown return to extend the Bears' lead to 17-3. And he threw another interception on his next attempt, with about 8 minutes left in the game.
Earlier in the second half, Burrow took an out-of-bounds hit from Bears linebacker Robert Quinn at the end of a run. Quinn drew a penalty, but FOX analyst Mark Sanchez said during the broadcast that there was acting involved from Burrow.
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