Week 14 of the NFL season saw one league record shattered, and the potential for another to be tied in Week 15.

Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones brought down Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson for a sack in the first quarter. That was his ninth consecutive game recording a sack.

Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers had yet another game without an interception. Early in the third quarter, he set a new league mark with 358 straight passes without throwing an interception.

Consecutive games with a sack record

In his first two seasons of 2016-17, Chris Jones played in all 32 games with 18 starts.

He had two sacks as a rookie and 6.5 during his second year.

A 2016 second round pick out of Mississippi St., Jones did not have any sacks after the first four games of the current season. With his sack against the Ravens on Sunday, he now has at least one sack in each of Kansas City's last nine games. Altogether, he has 11.5 sacks over the nine-game stretch.

According to Chiefs Wire of USA Today, that sets a new team record surpassing current teammate Justin Houston's mark of eight straight games with a sack.

The 24-year-old Jones can tie a NFL record of 10 straight games with a sack in Week 15. That record was set by Simon Fletcher of the Denver Broncos in 1992.

Rodgers sets new interception-less mark

Despite the Packers' disappointing season (5-7-1 record), quarterback Aaron Rodgers has done an amazing job avoiding interceptions. He has just one on the year, and that came on September 30 against the Buffalo Bills.

He now has a NFL record surpassing former record- holder Tom Brady's feat of 357 consecutive passes without an interception according to ESPN.

Brady's previous record spanned two seasons of 2010 and 2011.

The 35-year-old Rodgers ended the game with 367 straight passes without a pick. He will look to extend his new NFL record in Week 15 against a vaunted Chicago Bears defense. They have intercepted 21 passes in 12 games this season (prior to Week 14's Sunday Night Football matchup against the Los Angeles Rams).

Rodgers is also looking to set the record for the lowest percentage of passes thrown that resulted in an interception during a season. In 2006 with the Kansas City Chiefs, Damon Huard threw one interception in 244 pass attempts (0.41 percent) which is the current record. With three games remaining, Rodgers has just one in 495 pass attempts (0.2 percent).