Aaron Rodgers' streak without home INT ends

Aaron Rodgers finally threw an interception at home.

Rodgers' remarkable streak came to an end against the Rams on a third-and-2 pass that was hit and picked off by linebacker James Laurinaitis in the first quarter on Sunday.

The Packers quarterback went 1,043 days and 587 attempts without being intercepted at Lambeau Field.

"It was fun, a lot of fun. Have to start a new one," Rodgers said after the game. "I figured I might as well break the streak with a couple interceptions today. Streaks are meant to be broken so it's fun to put something together like that."

You can watch Rodgers' first INT at home since 2012 here:

The reigning MVP threw a second interception with a little over four minutes left in the first half.

A diving Trumaine Johnson recorded the second turnover while Rodgers attempted to connect with James Jones.

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