On opening day in 1950, Chicago Cardinals QB Jim Hardy did not have the type of start to the season he wanted to. Or anyone would want to. After setting the record at the time for most consecutive pass attempts without an interception (114), Hardy went out against the Philadelphia Eagles and threw eight interceptions – the most thrown in one game in NFL history – as his team was obliterated 45-7. These eight INTs made up a third of his total interceptions for the 1950 season (24).
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