According to a Press Release from the NFL, Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed set a "Super Bowl era" record for his 12th game with at least two interceptions. Below is the official statement from the league on Reed's remarkable accomplishment, which was set in the Ravens 35-7 opening day victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ironically, his two picks were the first time he had intercepted Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger in his career.
BALL HAWK: Baltimore safety ED REED had two interceptions in the Ravens’ 35-7 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Reed now has 12 games with at least two interceptions, the most by any player who began their career in the Super Bowl era. Players with the most games with at least two interceptions, who began their career in the Super Bowl era:
PLAYER: GAMES WITH 2+ INTERCEPTIONS:
Ed Reed* 12
Ronnie Lott 11
Lem Barney 9
Dave Brown 9
Everson Walls 9