BY THE NUMBERS
4 SEASONS (1995-97, 2003) Brett Favre led the NFL in touchdown passes.
15 STRAIGHT seasons he played in each of his team's games. The only other NFL player with a longer streak is defensive lineman Jim Marshall of the Minnesota Vikings, with 19 seasons.
16 SEASONS as a Packer, tied with Bart Starr for the longest service in Green Bay history.
253 CONSECUTIVE games started, from Sept. 27, 1992, through Dec. 30, 2007.
212 QUARTERBACKS who started for the 31 other NFL teams during Favre's streak.
160-93 PACKERS' record in games Favre started. The 160 victories are the most for a starting QB. The .632 win percentage is the best in the NFL during that period.
12 CONSECUTIVE seasons with 20 or more touchdown passes, from 1994 through 2005, an NFL record.
1ST RANK among all NFL quarterbacks in career passing attempts (8,758), completions (5,377), passing yards (61,655), TD passes (442), 3,000-yard passing seasons (16) and consecutive postseason games with a TD pass (18).
3 NFL MVP awards (1995-97), the only three-time honoree in the Associated Press award's 51-year history.