Tom Brady’s first half stats Sunday night were less than stellar, to say the least.

The New England Patriots quarterback set a number of personal records in the first two quarters against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium, though they aren’t anything pride-evoking.

For the second time in six seasons, Brady threw seven or fewer completions on 15-plus pass attempts in an opening half, according to NFL Research. The last time he accomplished this was during the Pats’ 13-9 victory over the Dallas Cowboys just a week prior.

Brady’s 7-of-19 (.368) matches the lowest completion percentage in an opening half in his career, according to ESPN Stats and Info. Brady has gone exactly 7-for-19 twice before, and the Patriots have rallied both times to overcome halftime deficits and win.

Yikes.

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