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BRETT FAVRECOMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWFAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.BRETTFAVREQUARTERBACKSOUTHERN MISSISSIPPIPRO BOWLS: 91992-93, 1995-97,2001-03, 2007A certain first-ballot Hallof Famer, Brett Favre in2007 completed his 16thand final season in his adopted city of Green Bay withone of the most memorable years in his storied career…Among the most exciting players in pro football annalsever to line up at quarterback, Favre, with 17 NFL seasonsto his credit, stands as one of the game’s most productivesignal callers…In announcing his retirement in a formalpress conference at Lambeau Field on March 6, 2008,Favre said, “I’ve given everything I possibly can give tothis organization, to the game of football, and I don’tthink I’ve got anything left to give, and that’s it,” andhis accomplishments certainly bear that out…He leavesas the league’s all-time leader in virtually every significantpassing category – touchdowns (442), completions(5,377), attempts (8,758) and yards (61,655), all previouslyheld by the prolific Dan Marino…With 160 victoriesas quarterback, ranks first all-time, having surpassedJohn Elway (148) last in 2007…Celebrated even morethan his prodigious numbers is his legendary durability…Upon taking over the reins as the Green and Gold’s signalcaller Sept. 20, 1992, started the ensuing 253 contests(275 including playoffs), a record for NFL quarterbacksand, astoundingly, the second-longest recorded streakin league annals…During 16 campaigns under center forGreen Bay, led Packers to 11 postseason appearances,including seven division crowns, four NFC ChampionshipGames, two Super Bowls and a World Championshipwith a victory in Super Bowl XXXI…The former SouthernMississippi leader’s success has been partially attributedto a commanding knowledge of his offense, astute observationof countless defenses designed to stop him andphysical ability – especially renowned arm strength…Buthis legacy transcends the passes, the touchdowns and thestatistics: the inspiring leader will go down as one of themost beloved players of his generation…The swashbucklingSoutherner embodies the heart of America’s favoritegame…Stands as one of the most respected playersamong his peers and coaches, as well.His hard-working approach and down-to-earth attitudeappealed to football fans across the nation…Favre was named Sports Illustrated’s SportsmanHt: 6-2 Wt: 22217 NFL Seasons16 Packers SeasonsBorn: October 10, 1969NFL Gm. Played/Started: 257/253Acquired: T-92 (Atl)►►The NFL’s only three-time Associated PressMVP (1995-97).►►Started 253 consecutive games (275 includingplayoffs), the Packers franchise record, longeststretch ever by an NFL quarterback, andleague’s second-longest streak ever recordedamong all positions.at a glance…►►Holds virtually every significant NFLcareer passing record, including touchdown passes (442),completions (5,377), attempts (8,758) and yards (61,655),plus most wins (160) as a starting QB.►►By playing 16 seasons in a Packers uniform, matched BartStarr (1956-71) for most in franchise history.►►Possessed a 43-6 home record including playoffs when thekickoff temperature was 34 degrees or below.►►First NFL completion was to … himself, the quarterback snaringhis own deflected aerial for minus-7 yards in contest atTampa Bay Sept. 13, 1992.►►Established the ‘Brett Favre Fourward Foundation’ in 1996; inconjunction with his annual golf tournament, celebrity softballgame and fundraising dinners, foundation has donated morethan $3 million to charities in his home state of Mississippias well as to those in his adopted state of Wisconsin.►►Favre Fourward Foundation in 2005 took on an additionalcause as a supporter of Hurricane Katrina relief; the effortraised approximately $1 million to assist in the state ofMississippi’s three Gulf Coast counties: Hancock, Harrisonand Jackson.►►His high school, Hancock North Central (Kiln, Miss.), honoredhim in May 2004 by renaming its field, ‘Brett Favre Field,’and unveiling a life-sized statue of the quarterback at the stadium’sentrance. The school previously had retired his jersey(No. 10) in 1993.►►Named 2008 PFWA ‘Good Guy Award’ winner as “player whobest helped the media do its job.”by USA Today…Then, transcending sports, in the March2004 issue of Men’s Journal, he was chosen as the No. 1‘Toughest Guy in America’ on the basis of his “fearlessness,perseverance, a willingness to take risk, a tolerancefor pain and even a dash of modesty”…In further similardocumentation, a 2005 nationwide vote of more than ahalf-million viewers for The Discovery Channel’s special,‘100 Greatest Americans,’ ranked Favre No. 89.A GRAND FINALEof the Year in 2007 for his on-field excellence and numerousAt the top of his game throughout his career, Favreoff-field charity endeavors; the cover photo and story remained one of the most worthy adversaries for defen-immediately became a popular keepsake that led to SI sive coordinators in 2007…In ‘07, helped the Packersneeding a third printing of an issue for the first time in the post the third-best single-season marks in franchisemagazine’s long history…Favre also was named ‘FedEx history for total net yards (5,931) and points (435) asAir Player of the Year’…He once again topped the Harris Green Bay finished No. 2 among NFL offenses, its highestPoll, in a survey of American sports fans, as the nation’s ranking since 1983…His output included his fifth seasonfavorite football player in 2007, and placed fourth among of 4,000-plus yards passing along with a career-best completionall sports figures, behind Tiger Woods, Derek Jeter andpercentage of 66.5, and he combined with AaronMichael Jordan…The quarterback earlier topped the 2003, Rodgers and Craig Nall to tie the franchise single-season’04 and ’06 Harris Polls and placed second to the Colts’ record for completions (383) and set a new team standardPeyton Manning in ’05…In another measure of his popularity,for completion percentage (66.3)…He also establishedin 2006 he ranked first among active NFL players in yet another franchise record with 20 consecutive comple-Sports QScore, a prominent rating survey conducted for tions in a sterling performance on Thanksgiving Daymarketing and advertising purposes; overall he trailed only in Detroit…He ultimately finished runner-up to NewWoods and Jordan…His legendary grit was saluted twice England’s Tom Brady in his bid for an unprecedentedin the latter years of his career as well…In February 2004, fourth NFL MVP, and he was selected to the Pro Bowl forhe was named as the No. 1 ‘Toughest Athlete in Sports’ the ninth time, tying Forrest Gregg’s team record.506


AMONG ALL-TIME GREATSLong considered one of the NFL’s best ever, ranks at thetop of a number of the league’s all-time lists…Over thecourse of 2007, established five NFL records, surpassingMarino’s marks for touchdowns, attempts and yards,plus his record for three-touchdown games with his 63rdthree-TD effort (Marino had 62)…Also eclipsed Elway’smark for victories under center…Extended a handful ofother all-time marks, including career completions, seasonswith at least 300 completions (16) and 3,000 yardspassing (16), and TD passes in a single stadium (209at Lambeau Field)…Is one of only three quarterbacks inleague history to post as many as five 4,000-yard seasons(also doing so in 1995, ‘98, ’99, and 2004); Marino (6) andManning (8) are the others…With seven 300-yard passingperformances in 2007, tying his career-high (1995), had55 such career outings – tops among active NFL playersthrough 2007…Is the NFL’s most accurate passer amongthose with at least 6,000 career attempts, his 61.4 careercompletion percentage placing him ahead of No. 2 Marino(59.4 percent)…Solidified his standing among the game’sall-time elite by earning the NFL’s ‘MVP’ honor a recordthree times, capturing the Associated Press award overthe 1995, 1996 and 1997 seasons; he was runner-up in2002 and 2007 as well…Honored in “co-status” withthe Detroit Lions’ Barry Sanders in 1997, he became thefirst player in league history to win the award three times,let alone in three consecutive years…Incomparability ofthe strong-armed Southerner is further evidenced by hisselection in 2000 to the 1990s NFL All-Decade secondteam as voted by the Pro Football Hall of Fame SelectionCommittee…Also ranked as the ninth-best player in ‘NFLPlayer of the Century’ voting, conducted on nfl.com duringthe 1999 season…Collaborated with former Packerswide receiver Antonio Freeman for 57 touchdown passesfrom 1995-2001, the sixth-best such duo in NFL history…With it being impossible for someone to better it, will bethe permanent possessor of at least one all-time NFLrecord – that for longest pass completion – as he hookedup with wideout Robert Brooks for a 99-yard score ina 1995 game at Chicago…In 2003 became part of thesecond-longest rush in NFL annals, handing off to AhmanGreen on a play that resulted in a 98-yard TD, vs. Denverin the season finale.FINISHED AS A PACKERFinished his career in Green Bay after signing a “lifetime”contract on March 1, 2001…Then-head coach MikeA record-breaking final campaignFavre, in his 17th and final NFL season, took aim at many of thegame's most hallowed records...u Played in and started all 16 regular-season contests, plus bothplayoff games. Favre ended his career having played in 255straight games (277 including playoffs) and started 253 in arow (275 including playoffs), the NFL’s record among quarterbacksand the second-longest recorded streak in NFL history.Only Jim Marshall (270, 1961-79) has been documented tohave started more in consecutive fashion.u In Week 2, Favre notched his 149th victory under center, surpassingJohn Elway’s NFL record (148). He finished his careerwith 160 wins.u With his 421st touchdown pass in Week 4 at Minnesota, Favrebroke Dan Marino’s NFL record, 420. The NFL record nowstands at 442 career TD passes.u Favre broke another NFL record held by Marino, 61,361 careerpassing yards, in Week 15 at St. Louis. Favre now stands atopthe list with 61,655 career yards.u Favre became the all-time leader in pass attempts with 8,758.He became the league’s all-time leader in completions in 2006,extending the mark in his final season to 5,377.u His three touchdown passes at Detroit in Week 12 marked the63rd game of his career with at least three TD passes, surpassingMarino’s NFL record (62).BRETT FAVRESherman, calling the signing day “historic,” commentedon the uniqueness of Favre’s relationship with the Packers’organization and fans, saying, “No player in the NFLidentifies, or is more closely linked to, a specific teamlike Brett Favre is to the Green Bay Packers. He embodiesthe spirit and character of Packer fans everywhere. I donot think there is a player in the NFL that experiences arelationship with the fans like Brett Favre does. That isvery, very special.”…Favre echoed the sentiment, saying,“I enjoy it here. I don’t want to move. I enjoy the fans andI just want to stay. I couldn’t envision myself playing foranother team.”A WINNERThroughout his career, disdained talk of statistics, concerninghimself most with his team’s victories…And in2007, asserted himself as the NFL’s winningest quarterbackever, surpassing all-time leader Elway with his149th victory in Week 2 at the New York Giants; wenton to win 11 more to give him 160 in his career…From1992-2004, won at least eight games an NFL-record13 consecutive seasons, substantially better than thenext closest player, Ken Stabler, who had eight straight.500-or-better seasons from 1973-80…Rebounding in2006 and ’07, finished without a losing record in 15 ofhis 16 years as the Packers’ starter, having entered theseason’s final weekend in playoff contention for all but onecampaign…Also led the Packers to an NFL-best 160-93record since taking over as the starter in the fourth weekof the 1992 season…His record as a leader consists of 11playoff berths, including a club-record six in a row (1993-98), three straight NFC Central Division crowns (1995-97),four NFC North Division titles, including three in a row(2002-04, ’07), four NFC Championship games, alsoincluding three straight (1995-97, ’07), and back-to-backSuper Bowl appearances, including a 35-21 victory overNew England in Super Bowl XXXI, returning the LombardiTrophy to Green Bay for the first time in 29 years…Upondefeating Chicago in December of 2000, became the thirdfastestplayer in the NFL since 1970 to reach 100 regularseasonvictories, doing so in his 153rd career start; onlyJoe Montana (139) and Terry Bradshaw (147) got to thecentury mark quicker over thepast 37 seasons…Since hisfirst year as a starter in 1992,held a 49-18 record (.731)in regular-season games inDecember, the fourth-bestmark among NFL startersu In 2007, Favre extended ahandful of league recordsincluding road passing yards(31,462), overall and consecutiveseasons with at least3,000 passing yards (16) andsingle-stadium TD passes (Lambeau Field, 209).u In early December, Favre was named Sports IllustratedSportsman of the Year, the fourth NFL player to win the honor.Terry Bradshaw (1979, with Willie Stargell), Joe Montana(1990) and Tom Brady (2005) were the others.u What made Favre’s final season so memorable – in additionto obtaining every major NFL passing record – was the levelat which he played. He turned in one of the finest statisticalseasons of his career in leading the Packers to another divisioncrown and an appearance in the NFC Championship. A look atwhere some of his ’07 numbers rank over his career:Category 2007 Total RankWins 13 1TCompletion percentage 66.5% 1300-yard passing games 7 1TPassing yards 4,155 3Passer rating 95.7 3Interceptions 15 3TCompletions 356 4ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEW FAVRE FIELDLAMBEAUMISC.507


BRETT FAVRENFL’s best teams, since 9/27/92Brett Favre made his first start at quarterback – and first of a leaguerecord253 in consecutive fashion – Sept. 27, 1992, vs. Pittsburgh (left).The NFL’s top teams since that day:COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWFAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.The most durable quarterback everConsecutive Starts, Quarterbacks, All-Time253 Brett Favre, GB .........1992-2007160 Peyton Manning, Ind (current) . 1998-2007116 Ron Jaworski, Phi. ............ 1977-84110 Tom Brady, NE (current). ....... 2001-07107 Joe Ferguson, Buf. ............ 1977-8495 Dan Marino, Mia .............. 1987-9389 Roman Gabriel, LARm ......... 1965-72u In NFL history…Only about half the NFL teams publish consecutive starts intheir records section, partly because early press-box statisticiansdid not universally and consistently document startinglineups. Lineups were not recorded at every home and roadgame before 1962. Here are the longest starting streaks onrecord, as published in team media guides:270 Jim Marshall, Min. ............ 1961-79253 Brett Favre, GB .........1992-2007240 Mick Tingelhoff, Min. .......... 1962-78229 Bruce Matthews, HouO-Ten ... 1987-2001223 Will Shields, KC ............ 1993-2006210 Jim Otto, Oak ................ 1960-74207 Gene Upshaw, Oak ............ 1967-81202 Randall McDaniel, Min-TB .... 1989-2001194 Doug Dieken, CleB ............ 1971-84192 *Derrick Brooks, TB ......... 1996-2007192 Len Hauss, Was .............. 1964-77177 Aeneas Williams, Ari-StLR .... 1992-2002174 Winston Hill, NYJ ............. 1963-76* — active streakBrett Favre is the only athlete in the four major sports to havestarted every game for the same team since Sept. 27, 1992,through his retirement at the end of the 2007 season.Excluding the NFL, Cal Ripken Jr. and LouGehrig are the only athletes in major sportshistory to start every game for their teams overa span of at least 13 seasons. Ripken startedall 2,632 games of his streak, from 1982-1998,and Gehrig started every Yankees contest fromJuly 1925 until his illness in 1939.Because of frequent lineup changes andnumerous variables, the National HockeyLeague does not recognize consecutive startsstreaks. The record for most consecutive gamesplayed with the same team belongs to SteveLarmer (Chicago Blackhawks, 884 games,1982-93).No one in National BasketballAssociation history has completed 10 consecutiveyears of starting with the same team.A.C. Green holds the record for most consecutivegames played with 1,192 (1986-2001).Green played for four teams over that span.GehrigRipkenTeam W L T Pct Super Bowls Playoff App.Green Bay 160 93 0 .632 2 11Pittsburgh 156 96 1 .619 2 11Denver 152 101 0 .601 2 8New England 152 102 0 .598 5 10Indianapolis 146 107 0 .577 1 10Kansas City 143 110 0 .565 0 7Minnesota 141 112 0 .557 0 9Philadelphia 140 112 1 .555 1 9San Francisco 140 113 0 .553 1 9who began their careers since 1970 (min. 20 starts);Tom Brady (.867, 26-4), Joe Theismann (.773, 17-5) andMontana (.767, 33-10) ranked just ahead in Decemberwinning percentage…Owns 40 career fourth-quarter orovertime comebacks (which includes three postseasoncontests)…A game conductor of the highest caliber,led the Packers to a nearly perfect 56-2 regular-seasonrecord since 1992 in games where they had more rushingattempts than passing attempts.dominantly durableAs indestructible as football players come, started anNFL-quarterback-record 253 consecutive regular-seasoncontests (275 including playoffs) – 93 games (equivalentof better than five-and-a-half seasons) more than thenext closest streak among league QBs all-time, 160 byManning (1998-2007)…Only five active veterans acrossthe league — four of them kickers — have played asmany or more games than Favre (257): Morten Andersen(368), Jeff Feagles (320), Matt Stover (271), John Carney(266) and Junior Seau (also 257)…Played much of the2003 season with a broken thumb on his right (throwing)hand…In 2007 surpassed former Viking Mick Tingelhoff(240, 1962-78) for the second-longest recorded startingstreak of all-time, and retired trailing only another formerViking, Jim Marshall (270, 1961-79)…Actually played in255 consecutive regular-season contests, having seenaction in two contests as a reserve leading into his startingstreak…Ten more signal callers made their initial NFLstarts in 2007, meaning that a total of 212 league quarterbacksopened a game during Favre’s starting streak,which began Sept. 27, 1992…Furthermore, he is the onlyathlete in the four major sports to start every game forthe same team since that date, having been presented hisopportunity the previous week when Don Majkowski sufferedstrained ligaments in his left ankle midway throughthe first quarter of Cincinnati contest…During his remarkablerun, 17 different quarterbacks served as his backup inGreen Bay; chronologically, they were Majkowski (1992),Ty Detmer (1992-95), Mark Brunell (1993-94), T.J. Rubley(1995), Bob Gagliano (1995), Doug Pederson (1995-98,2001-04), Jim McMahon (1995-96), Steve Bono (1997),Rick Mirer (1998), Matt Hasselbeck (1999-2000), AaronBrooks (1999), Danny Wuerffel (2000), Henry Burris(2001), Craig Nall (2002-05, ’07), Aaron Rodgers (2005-07), Ingle Martin (2006) and Todd Bouman (2006); onlyseven times over the course of his streak did a backuphave to complete a game due to injury – Oct. 20, 1994,at Minnesota (hip), when Brunell wrapped up the contest;Nov. 5, 1995, at Minnesota (ankle), when Detmer subbedin before injuring his thumb and giving way to Rubley;Nov. 12, 2000, at Tampa Bay (ankle), when Hasselbeckwas called upon to finish the game; Oct. 20, 2002, vs.Washington (knee), when Pederson completed the contest;Oct. 3, 2004, vs. the New York Giants (concussion),when Pederson took over before suffering a rib injury andNall finished the game; Nov. 19, 2006, vs. New England(elbow), when Rodgers played the final 32 minutes andsustained a season-ending broken foot; and Nov. 29,508


2007, at Dallas (elbow, shoulder), when Rodgers enteredin the second quarter and recorded his first NFL TD pass.touchdown producerHighly productive in firing touchdown passes, threwan NFL-record 442 career, surpassing Marino’s previousmark of 420 in Week 4 of 2007 at Minnesota…In2007, recorded at least 20 TD passes for the 13th timein 14 seasons…In 2004, extended his own NFL recordwith his eighth career season of 30-or-more touchdownpasses – twice as many as any other quarterback inleague history (Marino and Manning, with four each,stand second)…As recently as 2004, finished fourth inthe NFL in TD passes, behind the Colts’ Manning (49), theVikings’ Daunte Culpepper (39) and the Eagles’ DonovanMcNabb (31)…Also that season stretched his streak ofconsecutive games with a touchdown pass to 36 games –a franchise record and the second-longest streak in leaguehistory, behind only the 47-game string of Johnny Unitas(1956-60); string ended Dec. 5, 2004, at Philadelphia…In2007, extended his own league mark with three more TDpasses of 75 yards-or-more, giving him 14 in his career;also tied and broke the league record with his eighth andninth TD passes of at least 80 yards…Authored 19 gamesof at least four TD passes, good for second place in NFLhistory behind only Marino (21)…Had 63 career gameswith three-or-more TD passes, first in NFL history andone better than Marino (62)…With 209 career TD passesat Lambeau Field, the NFL record for a single stadium,totaled 29 more than the next-closest mark, Elway’s 180at Mile High Stadium…In road games, threw 216 careerTDs, more than any passer ever, breaking Marino’s record(197) in 2006…Had 25 TD passes at Chicago’s SoldierField, owning sole possession of fourth on that stadium’sall-time list, behind three Bears quarterbacks: Erik Kramer(38), McMahon (37) and Jim Harbaugh (28)…Owns NFLrecord (since 1970) for most consecutive games with a TDpass vs. a single opponent by throwing for a score in 26straight games against the Bears (1992-2004)… Had 54career TD passes against both the Vikings and the Lions,tied for the second-highest total (with Marino’s 54 againstthe Colts) by a QB against a single opponent, with his 53TDs against the Bears right behind; Marino holds the NFLrecord with 72 TD passes against the Jets…Dependablein his production of scoring strikes, threw for at leastone TD in 215 of his 255 career games with Green Bay,failing to do so in only 30 games since the start of the1995 season.All-time packersRanked first in most seasons leading the team in yardspassing (16), having broken Bart Starr’s franchise record(12) in 2004…Also is the club’s all-time leader with255 games played, passing Starr (196) during the ’04season…Holds 30 team records, among them careertouchdowns (442), pass attempts (8,754), completions(5,377) and yards passing (61,655)…Played 16 seasonswith Green Bay, surpassing Ray Nitschke (15; 1958-72),and joining Starr (16; 1956-71) for the most in franchiseannals…Began his streak of 255 straight games playedwith second-half, mop-up duty in a 1992 loss to theBuccaneers, then replaced the injured Majkowski the nextweek against Cincinnati, leading Green Bay to a come-The NFL’s Most Valuable Player AwardMultiple associated press WinnersNo Player, Team Years3 Brett Favre, Green Bay ........1995-972 Jim Brown, Cleveland. ...........1957, 19652 Johnny Unitas, Baltimore Colts ....1964, 19672 Joe Montana, San Francisco .........1989-902 Steve Young, San Francisco. ......1992, 19942 Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams ......1999, 20012 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis ........2003-04from-behind victory, before initiating his amazing streakof 253 consecutive starting assignments vs. Pittsburghon Sept. 27, 1992.cold weather excellenceBorn and raised in the South, went against conventionalwisdom by performing well in the cold…At home, held a43-6 record, including playoffs, when the kickoff temperaturewas 34 degrees or below; possessed an impressive92.0 passer rating in those 49 cold-weather games, basedon 951 completions in 1,533 attempts (62.0 percent) for11,016 yards, 88 TDs and 40 INTs.PLAYOFFSIn the postseason, threw a touchdown pass in an NFLrecord18 consecutive games (1995-2007)…Ranked secondon the NFL’s all-time list for postseason touchdownpasses; his 39 placed him behind only Montana (45)…Ranked second all-time in postseason yards passing, with5,311, surpassing Elway (4,964) in 2007; only Montana(5,772) is above him…Ranked second on NFL’s all-timepostseason completions list (438) and attempts list(721), behind only Montana (460-734)…Owned the club’sall-time postseason record for service with 22 gamesplayed…Owner of 13 club postseason marks overall,while sharing in one.2007 seasonSports Illustrated’s ‘Sportsman ofthe Year’ who played some of hisbest football in his 17th season, earning a ninth careerselection to the Pro Bowl and Associated Press 2007 NFLAll-Pro second-team honors…Also named ‘FedEx AirPlayer of the Year’ and was selected ‘2007 NFC OffensivePlayer of the Year’ by the Kansas City Committee of 101, anational committee of 101 sportswriters and sportscasterswho cover the NFL...Started all 16 games, bringing hiscareer total to 253 consecutive regular-season starts,second most in NFL history…Completed 356 of 535passes (66.5 percent) for 4,155 yards and 28 TDs, with 15INTs, for a 95.7 passer rating…Finished fourth in theleague in passing yards, completions and completionpercentage, sixth in attempts, and tied for sixth in touchdownpasses…Extended two of his own NFL records withat least 3,000 passing yards for a 16th consecutive seasonand 16th overall season…Surpassed the 4,000 yardspassing mark for the fifth time in his career…His completionpercentage marked a new career high, he alsomatched his career best in wins (13) and 300-yard passinggames (seven), the latter matching his total of 300-yardgames in 1995 and boosting his career total to 55...Connected on eight touchdown passes of 40 yards-orlonger,another career high…Extended his own leaguemark with three more TD passes of 75 yards-or-more,giving him 14 in his career; also tied and broke the leaguerecord with his eighth and ninth TD passes of at least 80yards…For the first time in his career, threw for 300yards-or-more in three consecutive games, accomplishingthe feat twice (Weeks 3-5; 8-10)...Also directed fourgame-winning comebacks (fourth-quarter deficit or tie),increasing his career total to 40…Attempted at least 40passes in four games without throwing an interception…Overcame yet another personal setback, the death of hisstepfather-in-law, Rocky Byrd, on July 28 (missed prac-packers named mvpBRETT FAVRENo Player, Pos. Years3 Brett Favre, QB ..............1995-972 Don Hutson, E ....................1941-421 Paul Hornung, HB ................... 19611 Jim Taylor, FB ...................... 19621 Bart Starr, QB. ...................... 1966ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEW FAVRE FIELDLAMBEAUMISC.509


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWFAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.BRETT FAVREtices July 29-31); Favre said he was closer to Byrd than his game. Only three other NFL quarterbacks had done thatown father, also said he was happy to have football after since 1990…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), went 24-of-34 forsuch a tragedy…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), completed 23 360 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Inof 42 passes for 206 yards…Named ‘NFC Offensive Player the second quarter, hit Lee for a 48-yard play on thirdand-8,of the Week’ for his performance at the New York Giantssetting up a 36-yard field goal. In the third, found(Sept. 16), becoming the winningest quarterback of all Jennings on a short pass that turned into a 13-yard touchdowntime by passing Elway (148 victories). Completed 29 of 38and 13-7 lead. Trailing in the fourth quarter, placedpasses for 286 yards and three TDs, for a 112.4 passer a 44-yard pass perfectly to Driver, the series ending with arating; connected with eight different receivers. Converted FG for 16-14 advantage. Following a Kansas City touchdownhis first 14 passes in the second half; overall was 18-of-21and successful two-point conversion, foundfor 147 yards and three touchdowns following halftime. Jennings for a 60-yard touchdown and a 23-22 lead in theOn the Packers’ first series of the second half, found eventual 33-22 win…Won ‘FedEx Air Player Of The Week’Bubba Franks for a 2-yard TD. On a drive in the third for his outing vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), connecting on 33quarter that extended into the fourth, finished with a perfectof 46 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns, includ-lob to Donald Lee in the back of the end zone for a ing his 200th at Lambeau Field. On the Packers’ first TD3-yard score; less than two minutes later — following a drive, converted passes on third-and-3 and fourth-and-3,fumble on a Giants kick return recovered by Green Bay the drive ending with a 30-yard Grant scoring run. On the— finished the short series with a 10-yard scoring throw first drive of the third quarter, converted two third downsto Donald Driver…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), was voted and finished the series with a 1-yard strike to Lee for a‘FedEx Air NFL Player Of The Week’20-0 lead. Later in the quarter,for leading five scoring drives,again successfully moved thecompleting 28 of 45 passes for 369chains twice with throws on thirdyards and three TDs. With thedown, this time ending the driveChargers up 21-17 in the fourthwith an 8-yard pass to Ruvellquarter, tied Marino’s touchdownMartin in the end zone, that passpass record; completed a shortalso coming on third down. In thepass to Greg Jennings, who sprintedfourth quarter, hit Jones for 37down the middle of the field foryards on third-and-2; the drivea 57-yard touchdown, giving Greencapped with a 17-yard scoringBay a 24-21 lead in the eventualtoss to Martin, giving Green Bay31-24 win. In the second quarter,its final points in the 34-0 shutout…Vs.hit Driver for a 16-yard gain onCarolina (Nov. 18), com-third-and-3; three plays later onpleted 22-of-30 for 218 yards andanother third-and-3, threw a shortthree touchdowns. In the secondpass to DeShawn Wynn, whoquarter, found Driver for a 47-yardadvanced the ball 9 yards. On thegain and finished the drive with afollowing play, found Driver for a4-yard TD pass to Jennings. Later5-yard touchdown. On the nextin the quarter, connected with Leedrive in the second quarter, ran forfor a 26-yard touchdown; found2 yards on third-and-1 and later hitLee in the end zone in the thirdDriver for a gain of 46 yards onquarter for a 12-yard score…Atthird-and-10; capped the drive withDetroit (Nov. 22), completed 31 ofa 5-yard TD throw to Franks…41 passes for 381 yards and threeNamed ‘NFC Offensive Player of thetouchdowns, for a passer rating ofWeek’ and ‘FedEx Air NFL Player of128.2, earning the Thanksgivingthe Week’ for his performance atDay ‘Galloping Gobbler’ awardMinnesota (Sept. 30). Went 32-of-from FOX Sports and once again45 for 344 yards and two touchdowns, including his NFLrecordearning ‘FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.’ Completed421st TD pass, a 16-yard strike to Jennings in the team-record 20 straight passes, breaking the previousfirst quarter, putting Green Bay up 7-0 and breaking Packers mark of 18 set by both Lynn Dickey and Majkowski.Marino’s record. Completed passes to 10 different receiversHad his 63rd game with three touchdown passes or more,and broke Marino’s record for pass attempts as well. surpassing Marino’s NFL record (62). Following an AaronIn the fourth quarter, found James Jones down the right Rouse interception at the start of the second quarter,sideline for a 33-yard score, No. 422 for Favre; the TD gave completed an 11-yard touchdown to Jennings. On the nextthe Packers a 23-9 lead in the eventual 23-16 win…Vs. drive, completed passes of 38, 18 and 19 yards, beforeChicago (Oct. 7), went 29-of-40 for 322 yards with one Grant ended the series with a 5-yard TD run. In the thirdtouchdown and two INTs; completed 19 of 22 passes in quarter, hit Jennings for a 4-yard score; later in the quarter,the first half. In the second quarter, found Jennings for aconnected with Martin on a 3-yard TD…At Dallas41-yard score and a 14-7 lead. Completed a pass to nine (Nov. 29), was 5-of-14 for 56 yards with two INTs beforedifferent receivers…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), completed leaving the game with elbow and shoulder injuries; was hit19 of 37 passes, with two INTs. On the Packers’ only on a blitz by CB Nate Jones in the second quarter and didtouchdown drive, coming in the first quarter, connected not return. Led two scoring drives before leaving the gamewith Lee on a 60-yard catch-and-run; Wynn ran in a 3-yard — one ending with a field goal and the other a 62-yardscore on the next play…In Monday Night Football contest Grant TD run…Despite the injuries, started his 250that Denver (Oct. 29), completed 21 of 27 passes to seven consecutive contest vs. Oakland (Dec. 9). Went 15-of-23different receivers for 331 yards and two touchdowns, for for 266 yards and two touchdowns, for a 115.5 passera season-high 142.4 passer rating, earning him ‘FedEx Air rating. On the first drive of the second quarter, convertedPlayer Of The Week’; threw only one incompletion after two third downs with the drive culminating in a Granthalftime. Threw a game-winning, 82-yard scoring toss to 6-yard TD run. In the third quarter, launched a deep passJennings on the first play in overtime, hitting his target in down the right sideline for Jennings, who outleapt hisstride up the left sideline. In the first quarter, on the first defender and took it the rest of the way for an 80-yardplay of the Packers’ second drive, completed a long pass touchdown. In the fourth, found Lee across the middle,to Jones, who gained extra yardage for the 79-yard score. who broke tackles and stiff-armed his way to a 46-yardWith his performance, became the first player in Packers touchdown, Green Bay’s final points of the game…At St.history to throw two TD passes of 75-plus yards in one Louis (Dec. 16), completed 19 of 30 passes for 225 yards,510


with two touchdowns and two interceptions. In the fourthquarter, found Driver for a 7-yard gain, breaking Marino’scareer record of 61,361 passing yards. In the secondquarter, hit Lee for a 4-yard touchdown. On third-and-10in the third quarter, found a wide-open Jennings for a44-yard TD, the Packers’ final touchdown of the contest.The touchdown was the quarterback’s 59th career touchdownpass of 40 yards-or-more…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30),played for three drives — all resulting in touchdowns —completing 9 of 11 passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns,for a 143.8 passer rating.In the first quarter, led a 97-yarddrive that finished with a 5-yardKoren Robinson TD reception; onthe drive, had a season-long21-yard scramble. Led a six-play,41-yard drive in his final regularseasonaction and found Franks fora 4-yard score to begin the secondquarter…2007 PLAYOFFS:Started both playoff contests…Vs.Seattle (Jan. 12), completed 18 of23 passes for 173 yards and threetouchdowns, good for a 137.6passer rating, a personal playoffbest. Became the second quarterbackin NFL history to throw for5,000 career postseason yardswhen he completed an 11-yardpass to Jennings in the secondquarter. In the first quarter, hadfound Jennings for a 15-yardtouchdown, the Packers’ first ofthe game. Found Jennings again inthe second quarter, this time a2-yard score. On a drive later in thesecond, converted three third downs; on third-and-8 in thered zone, stumbled as he scrambled to his right and stillmanaged to flip an underhanded pass to Lee for an11-yard gain that led to a 3-yard Grant touchdown run onthe next play. In the third quarter, hit Brandon Jackson ona short pass that Jackson took in for a 13-yard score…Inthe NFC Championship Game vs. the New York Giants(Jan. 20), went 19-of-35 for 236 yards, with two touchdownsand two interceptions. On the first play of a second-quarterdrive, hit Driver for a 90-yard TD, for a 7-6Packers lead; it was the fourth-longest pass play in apostseason game in NFL history. Also connected with Leefor a third-quarter, 12-yard touchdown. The performancemarked his 18th consecutive postseason game with a TDpass, extending his NFL record.2006BRETT FAVREMississippi); his 222 starts without a shutout had beenthe most in NFL history, a distinction that reverted backto Steve DeBerg (140)…Gave the Packers an early leadin an eventual 31-24 triumph at Detroit (Sept. 24), findingJennings on a short route across the middle, a play thatturned into a 75-yard touchdown, the 400th TD pass ofthe quarterback’s decorated career…For his flawless playin Lions win, earned ‘NFC Offensive Player of the Week,’‘FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week,’ NBC ‘Football Night inAmerica Player of the Day’ and ‘CBS/Westwood One RadioAmtrak Player of the Week’…In23-20 setback vs. St. Louis (Oct.8), for the first time in his careerlost in a start at Lambeau Field inwhich he did not throw an interception;was 39-0 (43-0 includingplayoffs) entering the Rams contest…AtMiami (Oct. 22), threwa perfect 34-yard strike to Driverbetween two defenders, a playruled incomplete until officialsoverturned the call on Green Bay’sreplay challenge; reacted to theannouncement by twirling Driveron his shoulders in a fireman’scarry, a celebration repeated a fewtimes with the receivers since…Surpassed 25,000 Lambeau Fieldpassing yards in 31-14 triumphvs. Arizona (Oct. 29); threw for180 yards and a TD, for a passerrating of 102.1. Ran in a 1-yardscore in Cardinals contest, hisfirst rushing touchdown sinceDec. 3, 2001, followed by his firstever Lambeau Leap. In the fourthquarter against Arizona, became only the second player inleague annals to throw for 25,000 yards in a single stadium(Elway, 27,889, Mile High Stadium)…At Minnesota(Nov. 12), completed 24 of 42 passes for a season-high347 yards and two touchdowns, a 100.0 passer rating, andsurpassed No. 3 Bruce Matthews (229, 1987-2001) on theleague’s all-time list of longest recorded games streaks…In tough loss vs. New England (Nov. 19), left in the secondquarter with ulnar nerve damage in his right elbow anddid not complete a start due to injury for only the sixthtime in his then 231-game streak…Returned to start nextweek at Seattle (Nov. 27)…In 17-9 win vs. Detroit (Dec.17), with a 21-yard pass to Carlyle Holiday late in the firsthalf, became the NFL’s all-time leader in pass completions,surpassing Marino (4,967)…Four days later in rainy, 9-7win vs. Minnesota (Dec. 21), threw for 285 yards, includinga 36-yard, fourth-quarter strike to Martin that set upDave Rayner’s 44-yard field goal and iced the 36th gamewinningcomeback of the quarterback’s career; on his lastpass of the night, became the first in NFL history to reach5,000 completions…Finished the season with a fourthconsecutive victory, a 285-yard, one-TD performance atChicago (Dec. 31), helping the Packers to a runaway 26-7triumph over the eventual NFC champions.Played all 16 games for a 14th straight year…With a career-high 613 pass attempts, led theleague for a second straight year, joining George Blanda(1963-65) as one of two passers to pace the NFL multipletimes after their 36th birthdays…Including 1999, whenhis 595 passes led the NFL, also joined Arnie Herber(1932, 1934, 1936) as one of two Green Bay passers topace the league in attempts for three overall seasons…Completed 56.0 percent of his passes (343-for-613),including 18 touchdowns, his fewest since his first year 2005 Started all 16 games, completed a career-highas the Packers’ starter, 1992, when he also had 18 (inand league-leading 372 passes, and also ledthe interim, his 12 straight years with 20-or-more TDs the NFL with 607 attempts…Paced the NFC with 3,881remains the league record)…Also threw 18 interceptions, yards…Also had 62 rushing yards (on 18 attempts), moretrimming his 2005 total by 11, the best improvement than the 51 he had in the previous two seasons combined,of his career…Became the NFL’s all-time leader in pass thanks in part to his offseason regimen with former Notrecompletions, in addition to extending his league marks for Dame strength and conditioning coach Ken Kroener atconsecutive and overall 3,000-yard seasons…On three Favre’s Mississippi home…Also engineered his 2,500thoccasions, captured ‘FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week’ drive…A trying preseason served as a harbinger for the— after spirited victories in Week 3 at Detroit, Week 10 most difficult campaign of his career…Learned Aug. 30at Minnesota and Week 17 at Chicago…Made his 14th that Hurricane Katrina had wiped out his childhood homecareer start in a season opener, vs. Chicago (Sept. 10) in Kiln, Miss., along with many of his personal trophiesand was shut out, 26-0, for the first time he could recall and awards, but more importantly didn’t claim the lives ofat any level of football (including 1987-90 at Southern any of his numerous family members on the Gulf Coast…511ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEW FAVRE FIELDLAMBEAUMISC.


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWFAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.BRETT FAVREReached his mother, Bonita, with the help of a HoustonTV station one day after the storm…Worked with fellow-Mississippian Steve McNair to gather supplies for victims;had his donations flown on the Packers’ team charterto Nashville for preseason finale (Sept. 1), then truckedthem to Mississippi…From the team’s season-openingroster, injuries struck two of his top three receivers, twoof his top three tight ends, all three of his running backs(as well as a fourth) and his starting center…Placing themounting pressure firmly on his own shoulders, threwa league-leading and career-high 29 interceptions andfinished with a career-low 70.9 passer rating…Playedwithout Javon Walker, his primary deep threat comingoff a career year, for all but the first 37 minutes of theseason…Also lost No. 3 wideout Robert Ferguson for fivefull games and parts of others, top running back Green toa season-ending injury in Game 6, Green’s backup NajehDavenport for the year in Game 5 and top tight end Franksfor six games…Completed passes to 18 players, twomore than his previous career high (16 in 1998) and oneshy of the team record, 19 in 1987, when Green Bay usedreplacement players in three contests…Kicked off his 15thseason at Detroit (Sept. 11); was sacked four times in 17-3loss and saw 75 yards in offensive gains wiped out bypenalties, including Walker’s third-quarter pass interferenceon a 55-yard completion that ended the receiver’sseason (ACL) at the Detroit 3-yard line…In 26-24 loss vs.Cleveland (Sept. 18), his 20-yard run in the second quarterwas his longest since 1999, when he also had a 20-yardrush. With a completion to Green in Browns contest,became the third ever to reach 50,000 career passingyards, joining Marino (61,361) and Elway (51,475)…Also, with a last-second TD pass to RB Tony Fisher, brokeElway’s single-stadium record with his 181st TD pass atLambeau Field (Elway threw 180 at Mile High Stadium)…In difficult 32-29, Monday night loss at Carolina (Oct. 3),threw for 303 yards and four TDs. Rallied the Packersfrom a 19-point deficit, throwing two TDs and a pair oftwo-point conversions in the fourth quarter. With no timeouts,had the Packers in a position to win on their finaldrive, but his fourth-and-2 pass to Driver fell incompleteinside the Carolina 40 with a minute left…In crushing23-20 loss at Minnesota (Oct. 23), passed for 315 yardsand two touchdowns, completing his first 13 passes. AfterMinnesota took a late, 20-17 lead, orchestrated a 56-yarddrive that ended with a field goal to tie the contest with 24seconds left, but the Vikings won on a 56-yard field goalas time expired…In bizarre, 21-14 loss at Cincinnati (Oct.30), threw a career-high five interceptions, while surpassingElway and moving into second place all-time in bothcareer attempts and yards. Down 21-7 in the fourth quarter,engineered a 13-play, 88-yard touchdown drive, thengot the ball back at his own 10-yard line with 56 secondsleft. After ushering the offense to the Cincinnati 28 with 23seconds on the clock, was dropping back and looking forthe potential game-tying TD pass when a Bengals fan whohad slipped past stadium security literally took the ball outof Favre’s hands; the Packers’ next play resulted in a sack,setting the stage for the final snap, a desperation throw onwhich officials flagged an exhausted Favre for an illegalforward pass…Vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 6), did not throw aTD pass at Lambeau Field for the first time since Oct. 20,2002, a win over Washington in which Favre departed witha knee injury, ending his streak of 24 games (27 includingplayoffs) with a TD toss at the stadium…In chilly Sundaynight win vs. Detroit (Dec. 11), with an early completionto Ferguson, set an NFL record by reaching 3,000 yardspassing for a 14th overall season, breaking a tie withMarino (13). Engineered a game-saving series in thefourth quarter of Lions contest, going 2 of 3 for 34 yardsto set up a 39-yard field goal that tied the contest, 13-13,then orchestrated the game-winning FG drive on the onlyovertime possession…Went two straight games without aTD pass for the second time in his career, his first streaksince Sept. 26-Oct. 3, 1993…Was swept in a Chicago512Speeding to a special placein NFL historyTHE 40,000 - 4,000 CLUBCareer Yds Playoff YdsBrett Favre ....... 61,655. .....5,311Dan Marino ...........61,361. .......4,510John Elway ...........51,475. .......4,964Joe Montana ..........40,551. .......5,772FASTEST TO 40,000 PASSING YARDS153 games Dan Marino .......... 1983-93154 games Peyton Manning. .... 1998-2007165 games Warren Moon. ........ 1984-95166 games Brett Favre. .....1991-2002168 games Dan Fouts. ........... 1973-86183 games John Elway. .......... 1983-95190 games Joe Montana ......... 1979-94FASTEST TO 30,000 PASSING YARDS114 games Dan Marino, Mia ............ 1983-90115 games Peyton Manning, Ind ....... 1998-2005125 games Warren Moon, HouO ......... 1984-92126 games Brett Favre, Atl-GB ......1991-99Drew Bledsoe, NE-Buf ...... 1993-2002131 games Dan Fouts, SD .............. 1973-83Joe Montana, SF-KC ......... 1979-94m0st consecutive 3,000-yard passing seasons16 Brett Favre, GB ............1992-200710 Peyton Manning, Ind. (current) .....1998-20079 Dan Marino, Mia. ..................1984-927 John Elway, Den. ..................1985-91Drew Bledsoe, NE. ...............1994-2000m0st overall 3,000-yard passing seasons16 Brett Favre .............GB 1992-200713 Dan Marino. .......Mia 1983-92, 94-95, 97-9812 John Elway. ............Den 1985-91, 93-9710 Peyton Manning ..............Ind 1998-20079 Warren Moon .........HouO 1984, 86, 89-91;Min 1993-95; Sea 19979 Drew Bledsoe ........NE 1994-2000; Buf 2002Dal 2005FASTEST TO 400 TOUCHDOWN PASSES227 games Dan Marino .............Mia 1983-98228 games Brett Favre . . . . .Atl-GB 1991-2006FASTEST TO 300 TOUCHDOWN PASSES157 games Dan Marino .............Mia 1983-94Peyton Manning .......Ind 1998-2007167 games Brett Favre Atl 1991; GB 1992-2002217 games Fran Tarkenton ....Min 1961-66, 72-76;NYG 1967-71234 games John Elway .............Den 1983-98FASTEST TO 250 TOUCHDOWN PASSES128 games Dan Marino .............Mia 1983-91132 games Peyton Manning .......Ind 1998-2006141 games Brett Favre Atl 1991; GB 1992-2000149 games Johnny Unitas ..........BalC 1956-67FASTEST TO 200 TOUCHDOWN PASSES89 games Dan Marino .............Mia 1983-89106 games Peyton Manning .......Ind 1998-2004107 games Brett Favre . Atl 1991; GB 1992-98121 games Johnny Unitas ..........BalC 1956-65FASTEST TO 150 TOUCHDOWN PASSES62 games Dan Marino .............Mia 1983-8784 games Brett Favre . Atl 1991; GB 1992-9786 games Peyton Manning .......Ind, 1998-200387 games Johnny Unitas ..........BalC 1956-63


season series for the first time in 24-17 loss at LambeauField (Dec. 25); went 30 of 51 for 317 yards with fourINTs…On the game’s final drive, stunned the NFL’s No. 1defense at the time with a 56-yard pass to Driver, but thenwas sacked on consecutive plays and ended the contestwith a last-second interception…In season-ending, 23-17win vs. former coach Mike Holmgren and the NFC’s bestteam, Seattle (Jan. 1), hooked up with Antonio Chatmanfor a 9-yard touchdown, giving Favre at least 20 TD passesin 12 straight seasons, extending an NFL record.2004BRETT FAVREfor 201 yards in the final period to bring Green Bay backto victory from a fourth-quarter deficit of 10-or-morepoints on the road for the first time in 14 years. Archeda beautiful, 24-yard touchdown pass to Driver with 12:28remaining to pull the Packers to within 13-10, then tookGreen Bay 40 yards to a game-tying field goal on its nextpossession. Finally, completed 6 of 7 passes for 41 yards(his lone incompletion was a spike to stop the clock) inthe final two minutes to set up a walk-off 46-yard fieldgoal, a 16-13 victory. Had season highs in attempts (50),completions (33) and yards passing (383) in his first-evermeeting with the Texans, while also contributing with aseason-long 17-yard run to pick up a fourth-quarter firstdown…In his 200th consecutive NFL start, threw for threescores in Monday night victory over St. Louis (Nov. 29)…Saw his string of 36 consecutive games with at least onetouchdown pass – second longest in NFL history – end inloss at Philadelphia (Dec. 5)…Dealing with difficult windconditions vs. Detroit (Dec. 12), brought Green Bay backfrom three points down to a 16-13 victory by directinga pair of field-goal drives, including the game-winnerwith two seconds left…Overcame adverse situation atMinnesota (Dec. 24) to lead Green Bay to its third straightNFC North title (Dec. 24). Having just thrown an interceptionthat Vikings LB Chris Claiborne returned 15 yards fora touchdown to put Minnesota up 31-24 with 8:18 remaining,rallied his team to 10 unanswered points to stealthe division crown away from the Packers’ arch-rival…Completed 30 of 43 passes for 365 yards and three TDs,with one INT, in Vikings rematch…Went over 4,000 yardspassing for the fourth time and reached the 30-TD plateaufor an NFL-record eighth time as a pro at Chicago (Jan.2) before exiting regular-season finale midway throughthe second quarter…2004 PLAYOFFS: Extended hisNFL-record streak of consecutive postseason gameswith a touchdown pass to 16 in NFC Wild Card contestvs. Minnesota (Jan. 9). Completed 22 of 33 passes for216 yards and one TD, but was intercepted four times…Moved past Marino (385) and into second place on theall-time NFL postseason completions list…Additionallysurpassed Elway (651) for No. 3 on the all-time playoffpassing attempts list.Concluded his 13th Green Bay season overseeingthe league’s third-ranked offense…Completed 346 of 540 passes – a 64.1 percent completionpercentage, tied for his third best as a pro – for 4,088yards and 30 touchdowns with 17 interceptions, givinghim a passer rating of 92.4 – the sixth-highest mark ofhis pro career…Threw for more than 4,000 yards for afourth time as a professional (and the first time since1999), standing fifth in the league…Authored eight gameswith a passer rating above 100…Opened the season byleading Green Bay to a 24-14 triumph over the defendingNFC champion Panthers in Monday night game atCarolina (Sept. 13)…In the home opener with Chicago(Sept. 19), broke the NFL record (since 1970) for mostconsecutive games with a touchdown pass vs. a singleopponent by throwing for a score in a 25th straight gameagainst the Bears (Marino had a TD toss in 24 straight vs.the N.Y. Jets)…In track meet at Indianapolis (Sept. 26),threw for 360 yards and four touchdowns on 30-of-44passing, without an interception, for a passer rating of123.1. Tied Unitas for the second most four-TD games(17) in NFL history. Connected with WR Walker on threetouchdowns, the first time he had thrown a trio of TDs toone receiver since Dec. 20, 1998, vs. Tennessee, whenhe found Freeman on three occasions. His 79-yard scoringthrow to Walker was a season long…Playing with asoftball-sized bruise on his left hamstring suffered theprior week, sustained a more serious injury vs. the N.Y.Giants (Oct. 3); received a concussion on the first drive ofthe third quarter after the Giants’ William Joseph and KeithWashington fell on him, then returned two plays later tothrow a 28-yard TD strike to Walker on fourth-and-5, thePackers’ only score of the game…Team doctors subsequentlyruled he was not healthy enough to go back intothumb on his right (throwing) hand early in the2003 Played in all 16 games despite fracturing thethe game and he remained sidelined for the remainder of team’s seventh contest, at St. Louis (Oct. 19), leavingthe contest…Returned the following week to launch an him in considerable pain for at least the next month andunprecedented long-distance streak, completing a pass of needing to wear a protective splint on the thumb for theat least 44 yards in six consecutive games (Oct. 11-Nov. balance of the year…Led Green Bay to its ninth playoff21), by far the longest stretch of his career…Established a appearance and fifth division title (second in a row) in hispair of milestones in victory at Detroit (Oct. 17). By taking 12th year leading the club…Was selected to his eighththe Packers’ first offensive snap, he surpassed Starr (196) career Pro Bowl (1992-93, 1995-97, 2001-03), tying himfor No. 1 on the franchise’s all-time games-played list with with Willie Wood for the second-most selections in team197, and also moved ahead of Fran Tarkenton (47,003) history (behind Gregg’s nine), though he later was forcedand into fourth place in career passing yards…Played to withdraw due to the broken thumb…Also was namedin his 200th NFL game (including the 1991 season with to the All-NFC team of Pro Football Weekly and ‘SnickersAtlanta), while also making his 100th career home start, Hungriest Player of the Year’…Along the way, he helpedin victory over Dallas (Oct. 24). Completed a season-high the Packers to 442 points, the second-highest total in79.3 percent of his passes (23 of 29) for 258 yards and franchise history, behind only the 456 scored by the 1996a pair of scores in Cowboys contest…Surpassed Elway Super Bowl champions…Finished second in the NFC in(4,123) for No. 2 on the all-time completions list in win passer rating (90.4), completing 308 of a career-low 471at Washington (Oct. 31)…Was named NFC ‘Player of passing attempts – an NFC-best 65.4 completion percentage(which was a career best and franchise record untilthe Month’ for November after helping the Packers to a3-0 record during a month that saw him lead Green Bay 2007) – for 3,361 yards and an NFL-best 32 TDs, with 21to a pair of comeback victories and make his 200th consecutiveNFL start…Completed passes to nine receivers in of 100 or better…The Packers’ offense became the NFL’sinterceptions…Authored six games with a passer ratingleading Green Bay to a 34-31 triumph in initial ’04 meeting first unit to: rush for at least 2,500 yards, pass for at leastvs. the Vikings (Nov. 14), capturing NFC ‘Offensive Player 3,300 yards, complete at least 65 percent of passes, rushof the Week’ honors. Moved into second place in NFL for at least 18 TDs and pass for at least 32 TDs…Alsohistory with his 18th career four-TD game, breaking a tie started the club’s two postseason games, completing 41with Unitas. Took his team down the field for a walk-off of his 66 passes for 499 yards and three TDs with onefield goal after Minnesota rallied from a 14-point deficit INT…Rallied from a fourth-quarter deficit or tie to win onto tie the game at 31 with 1:20 remaining…Found himself four 2003 occasions – Nov. 2 at Minnesota, Nov. 16 atin an even more dire situation a week later at Houston Tampa Bay, Dec. 14 at San Diego and Jan. 4 vs. Seattle(Nov. 21) in Sunday night game. Trailing 13-3, he passed in the playoffs…Captured NFC ‘Offensive Player of the513ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEW FAVRE FIELDLAMBEAUMISC.


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWFAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.BRETT FAVREMonth’ honors for December, when he completed 79 of117 passes for 1,003 yards and 10 touchdowns, includinga pair of four-TD games (his first since the ‘99 season),with only three interceptions, in leading Green Bay to a4-0 record and 144 points during the month – an averageof 36 points per game…Turned in one of the mostmemorable performances of his career – and in the historyof Monday Night Football – in 41-7 victory at Oakland(Dec. 22), playing with a heavy heart one day after thesudden death of his father (Irvin). Completed 22 of 30passes (73.3 percent) for 399 yards and four TDs, withoutan interception, against the Raiders – for a team-record154.9 passer rating. Threw for a career-best 311 yards inthe first half, including TDs of 22 yards to Wesley Walls,23 and 43 yards to Walker and 6 yards to David Martin,as the Packers opened up a 31-7 halftime advantage. Hisinitial touchdown pass to Walker(and second of the game), late in thefirst quarter of the Oakland contest,gave him 343 for his career andpushed him past Tarkenton intosecond place on the NFL’s all-timelist. With his receivers making anextra effort to catch every passthrown on the heels of his personaltragedy, he also completed passesthat night of 47 and 27 yards toFerguson, of 46 yards to Walker, of32 and 41 yards to Driver and of 32yards to Fisher…Was named NFC‘Offensive Player of the Week’ inrecognition of his game for the agesvs. Oakland…His performance inthe contest earned the ESPN ESPY’s2004 ‘Best Moment’…A week earlierat San Diego (Dec. 14), he also hadthrown for four TDs, including a pairof second-half scores to FergusonChinks in Favre’s armorin the Packers’ come-from-behind 38-21 win. Completed23 of 33 passes (70.0 percent) for 278 yards against theChargers, with only one interception, he also broke CecilIsbell’s long-standing team record for consecutive gameswith a touchdown pass (22), connecting with Driver justbefore halftime for a score in his 23rd straight contest…Broke Gregg’s franchise record for consecutive gamesplayed in comeback victory vs. Chicago (Dec. 7) by suitingup for his 188th straight contest…After connecting on hisfinal four throws of Lions contest (Sept. 14), he then hithis first 10 passes at Arizona (Sept. 21) to match the second-longeststreak of consecutive completions in his procareer – 14 – done previously Sept. 10, 2000, at Buffalo…Shined in the Soldier Field rededication game, at Chicago(Sept. 29), throwing for three scores in 38-23 triumph…Completed a season-best 76.0 percent of his passesFAVRE ON NFL INJURYREPORTS DURING STREAKWeeks onYear Injury Report1992 11993 11994 11995 31996 01997 11998 01999 112000 62001 22002 42003 92004 32005 22006 42007 2Total 50regular-season weeks(19-25) in ensuing 35-13 victory vs.Seattle (Oct. 5), defeating his formerhead coach, Holmgren, for thefirst time…Posted a 104.7 passerrating in loss at St. Louis (Oct. 19)despite playing almost the entiregame with a broken thumb on histhrowing hand. Fractured his rightthumb on the first series of Ramscontest when he hit the shoulderpad of guard Mike Wahle while followingthrough on his second passattempt of the game…Eschewingthe initial recommendation of surgeryto place pins in his thumbfor proper healing of the bone, aprocedure that would have sidelinedhim 4-6 weeks, returned after thePackers’ bye week to play in Sundaynight game at Minnesota (Nov.2). Threw for three touchdowns,including a pair to Walker, in lead-During his ironman games-played streak, Brett Favre was 10-6 in his first start since sustaining a serious injury. A case-by-case look atFavre’s (known) stretches of playing through injury:Injury Sustained First game back ResultFirst-degree separation, left shoulder vs. Phi.; Nov. 15, 1992 at Chi.; Nov. 22, 1992 WLed Packers to comeback win over Eagles, with injuryDeep thigh bruise vs. TB; Nov. 28, 1993 at Chi.; Dec. 5, 1993 LLimping, threw game-winning TD on play after injury vs. TB; next week, set career highs in completions and passing yardsSeverely bruised left hip at Min.; Oct. 20, 1994 at Chi.; Oct. 31, 1994 WCareer-high 58 yards rushing, TD, at Chicago in cold rainSeverely sprained left ankle at Min.; Nov. 5, 1995 vs. Chi.; Nov. 12, 1995 WMissed most of second half at Min.; didn’t practice all week, rebounded vs. Bears for then-highest career passer rating (147.2)Wind knocked out (twice) vs. Pit.; Dec. 24, 1995 vs. Atl; Dec. 31, 1995 WPackers called timeout; Favre coughed up blood on sideline, returned to lead team to division-clinching win vs. SteelersSprained thumb, right hand vs. Den.; Aug. 23, 1999 vs. Oak.; Sept. 12, 1999 WAggravated several times early in season; played most of year with injuryTendinitis, right elbow (training camp) vs. NYJ.; Sept. 3, 2000 LMissed final three preseason games; battled much of seasonLeft mid-foot sprain at TB; Nov. 12, 2000 vs. Ind.; Nov. 19, 2000 WWarren Sapp sack; 23-of-36, 301 yards, 2 TDs, vs. IndianapolisSprained lateral collateral ligament, left knee vs. Was.; Oct. 20, 2002 vs. Mia.; Nov. 4, 2002 WLaVar Arrington sack; wore brace most of remaining gamesBroken thumb, right hand at StL; Oct. 19, 2003 at Min.; Nov. 2, 2003 WThrows three touchdowns, 18-of-28 passing, in critical win at Minnesota; leads NFL with 32 TD passes, 19 after injurySoftball-sized bruise, left hamstring at Ind; Sept. 26, 2004 vs. NYG; Oct. 3, 2004 LHobbling in pocket, nearly pulls off comeback at Indianapolis, throwing for 360 yards and four TDs; late fumble seals fateConcussion vs. NYG; Oct. 3, 2004 vs. Ten; Oct. 11, 2004 LAfter concussion, re-enters Giants game without medical clearance to throw a TD pass, but doesn’t return in 14-7 lossSprained right hand vs. Dal; Oct. 24, 2004 at Was; Oct. 31, 2004 WHad up-and-down game at Washington, but still helped team to important wins over Cowboys and RedskinsAnkle at Ten; Sept. 1, 2005 at Det; Sept. 11, 2005 LHas ankle stepped on in final preseason game, seems unaffected following week in regular-season openerUlnar nerve, right elbow vs. NE; Nov. 19, 2006 at Sea; Nov. 27, 2006 LLeaves Patriots game after injury; returns at Seattle with numbness in fingers to complete 61.1 percent of passes for 266 yardsRight elbow bruise, left shoulder aggravation at Dal; Nov. 29, 2007 vs. Oak; Dec. 9, 2007 WKnocked out of Cowboys game in 2nd quarter; registers 115.5 passer rating (two TDs) in 250th consecutive start514


ing Green Bay to a 30-27 triumph over the Vikings…Deferring to the Packers’ strong running game, attempteda season-low 15 passes (completing 10) in 20-10 victoryover San Francisco (Nov. 23), but made his first throw amemorable one, finding Walker for a 66-yard touchdownup the left sideline on the third play of the game…2003PLAYOFFS: Established the NFL record for consecutivepostseason games with a touchdown pass in Wild Cardplayoff contest vs. Seattle (Jan. 4), when he found Franksdown the seam for a 23-yard score late in the secondquarter. Went on to efficiently lead Green Bay to a 33-27,overtime triumph over the Seahawks, throwing for 319yards on 26-of-38 passing – without an INT – for a passerrating of 102.9…One week later, threw a pair of firstquartertouchdown passes (covering 40 and 17 yards) toFerguson, as well as a 44-yard aerial to Walker that set upa go-ahead field goal early in the final period, in Divisionalplayoff game at Philadelphia (Jan. 11). Finished Eaglescontest with 15 completions in 28 attempts for 180 yardsand two TDs with one interception…Had a fourth-quarterpasser rating of 102.5 during the postseason.2002Brett Favre’s 40 game-winning comebacksVictories in which he has rallied the Packers from a fourth-quarter deficit or tieBRETT FAVRELed Green Bay to its fourth division title andeighth playoff berth in his first 11 seasons withGreen Bay…Chosen NFL ‘Player of the Year’ by SportsIllustrated…Received NFL MVP recognition from theDallas Morning News…Was voted to the Pro Bowl (as astarter) for the seventh time, though he later was forcedto withdraw due to the foot/ankle/knee injuries from theseason that had taken their toll…For the second yearin a row, was the leading vote-getter in fan balloting forthe Pro Bowl, picking up 930,270 votes – 182,973 morethan second-place Priest Holmes (747,297)…Also was asecond-team All-Pro selection of AP, named All-NFC byPro Football Weekly and chosen as NFC ‘Offensive Playerof the Year’ by the Kansas City Committee of 101…Ledthe NFC in passing attempts (551) and completions (341);he also was tied for the conference lead (with the Saints’Brooks) in touchdown passes (27)…Finished third in theNFC in passing yards with 3,658, while ranking fifth in theconference in passer rating (85.6) and fourth in completionpercentage (61.9)…Posted a passer rating of 100-or-more in six games, second most in the NFL in 2002…* — playoff gameGame-saving/game-winning driveFirstScore, Timeouts play from Clock D drive TotalsNo Date Opp Final start of drive Qtr to use used scrimmage at end Scoring play Pl Yds Time40 Nov. 4, 2007 at KC 33-22 16-22 4 2 0 5:10 3:05 60 pass to Jennings 4 82 2:1339 Oct. 29, 2007 at Den 19-13 13-13 OT 2 0 14:56 14:44 82 pass to Jennings 1 82 0:1638 Sept. 23, 2007 SD 31-24 21-17 4 1 0 2:18 2:03 57 pass to Jennings 2 57 0:1537 Sept. 9, 2007 Phi 16-13 13-13 4 3 1 0:59 0:02 Crosby 42 FG 4 6 0:5736 Dec. 21, 2006 Min 9-7 6-7 4 2 0 4:47 1:34 Rayner 44 FG 7 31 3:1335 Dec. 11, 2005 Det 16-13 13-13 OT 2 0 14:54 9:47 Longwell 28 FG 10 56 5:17Dec. 11, 2005 Det 16-13 10-13 4 3 0 2:49-3Q 14:26 Longwell 39 FG 8 58 3:2734 Dec. 24, 2004 at Min 34-31 31-31 4 2 2 1:35 0:00 Longwell 29 FG 11 76 1:35Dec. 24, 2004 at Min 34-31 24-31 4 3 1 8:18 3:34 3 pass to Driver 13 80 4:4433 Dec. 12, 2004 Det 16-13 13-13 4 2 1 3:27 0:02 Longwell 23 FG 10 37 3:25Dec. 12, 2004 Det 16-13 10-13 4 2 0 11:45 10:46 Longwell 28 FG 5 44 0:5932 Nov. 21, 2004 at Hou 16-13 13-13 4 2 2 2:00 0:00 Longwell 46 FG 8 41 2:00Nov. 21, 2004 at Hou 16-13 10-13 4 2 0 11:08 7:55 Longwell 39 FG 7 40 3:13Nov. 21, 2004 at Hou 16-13 3-13 4 3 0 14:53 12:28 24 pass to Driver 7 81 2:2531 Nov. 14, 2004 Min 34-31 31-31 4 2 2 1:11 0:00 Longwell 33 FG 5 39 1:2030 Jan. 4, 2004* Sea 33-27 13-20 4 3 0 1:51-3Q 10:01 Green 1 run 12 60 6:56Jan. 4, 2004* Sea 33-27 20-20 4 3 0 9:30 2:44 Green 1 run 12 51 6:4629 Dec. 14, 2003 at SD 38-21 17-21 4 3 0 12:02 11:18 40 pass to Ferguson 2 42 0:5228 Nov. 16, 2003 at TB 20-13 13-13 4 3 0 3:36-3Q 9:00 Green 1 run 17 98 9:4227 Nov. 2, 2003 at Min 30-27 20-20 4 3 1 2:20-3Q 13:14 12 pass to Walker 9 73 4:1226 Dec. 8, 2002 Min 26-22 20-22 4 2 1 4:32 1:06 Fisher 14 run 9 85 3:2625 Sept. 29, 2002 Car 17-14 10-14 4 2 0 6:29 4:10 22 pass to Driver 4 65 2:1924 Sept. 8, 2002 Atl 37-34 34-34 OT 2 0 9:30 5:15 Longwell 34 FG 7 44 4:1523 Jan. 13, 2002* SF 25-15 15-15 4 3 0 11:48 7:02 Longwell 45 FG 10 49 4:5822 Dec. 30, 2001 Min 24-13 10-13 4 3 0 9:53 6:28 Green 4 run 7 79 3:3521 Dec. 3, 2001 at Jax 28-21 21-21 4 3 0 2:03 1:30 Favre 6 run 4 56 0:3320 Dec. 24, 2000 TB 17-14 14-14 OT 2 0 14:47 8:29 Longwell 22 FG 10 58 6:3119 Nov. 6, 2000 Min 26-20 20-20 OT 2 0 14:50 11:21 43 pass to Freeman 7 82 3:3918 Oct. 15, 2000 SF 31-28 28-28 4 2 2 5:20 0:54 Longwell 35 FG 9 44 4:3617 Sept. 17, 2000 Phi 6-3 3-3 4 2 2 5:20 0:03 Longwell 38 FG 12 60 5:1716 Oct. 10, 1999 TB 26-23 19-23 4 3 1 1:40 1:05 21 pass to Freeman 6 73 0:4015 Sept. 26, 1999 Min 23-20 16-20 4 2 2 1:51 0:12 23 pass to Bradford 7 77 1:4414 Sept. 12, 1999 Oak 28-24 21-24 4 0 0 1:51 0:11 1 pass to Thomason 11 82 1:4013 Dec. 27, 1998 at Chi 16-13 13-13 4 3 1 2:29-3Q 9:49 Longwell 18 FG 12 74 7:4012 Nov. 1, 1998 SF 36-22 22-22 4 3 0 11:13 11:04 62 pass to Freeman 1 62 0:09Nov. 1, 1998 SF 36-22 19-22 4 3 0 1:09-3Q 13:14 Longwell 45 FG 7 36 2:5511 Oct. 14, 1996 SF 23-20 20-20 OT 2 0 13:25 11:19 Jacke 53 FG 7 21 2:06Oct. 14, 1996 SF 23-20 17-20 4 2 1 1:42 0:08 Jacke 31 FG 10 69 1:4210 Nov. 12, 1995 Chi 35-28 28-28 4 3 0 13:05 9:17 16 pass to Bennett 8 69 3:489 Dec. 18, 1994 Atl 21-17 14-17 4 1 1 1:58 0:14 Favre 9 run 10 67 1:448 Oct. 9, 1994 LARm 24-17 17-17 4 3 0 0:27-3Q 12:06 Bennett 1 run 6 40 3:217 Jan. 8, 1994* at Det 28-24 21-24 4 3 1 2:26 0:55 40 pass to Sharpe 5 71 1:316 Nov. 28, 1993 TB 13-10 6-10 4 3 0 7:33 1:16 2 pass to Sharpe 15 75 6:175 Nov. 21, 1993 Det 26-17 16-17 4 2 1 12:29 9:03 Jacke 34 FG 7 42 3:264 Nov. 14, 1993 at NO 19-17 16-17 4 0 0 1:37 0:03 Jacke 36 FG 10 56 1:343 Nov. 29, 1992 TB 19-14 12-14 4 3 0 2:12-3Q 10:09 9 pass to Harris 15 69 7:032 Nov. 15, 1992 Phi 27-24 24-24 4 2 1 0:43 0:00 Jacke 41 FG 2 0 0:43Nov. 15, 1992 Phi 27-24 21-24 4 2 0 5:02 1:31 Jacke 31 FG 8 60 3:311 Sept. 20, 1992 Cin 24-23 17-23 4 2 0 1:07 0:13 35 pass to Taylor 5 92 0:54ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEW FAVRE FIELDLAMBEAUMISC.515


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWBRETT FAVREThrew for 357 yards in leading Packers to 37-31 victoryat Detroit in Ford Field opener (Sept. 22), while registeringseason highs in both attempts (47) and completions (31),for three TDs with one INT…Found Driver for the gamewinning,22-yard TD pass with 4:10 remaining in eventual17-14 win vs. Carolina (Sept. 29)…Was especially sharpin 34-21, Monday night triumph at Chicago (Oct. 7 inChampaign, Ill.), throwing for a season-high 359 yards on22-of-33 passing, including career-best yardage in boththe first quarter (180) and first half (287; subsequentlysurpassed), to garner NFC ‘Offensive Player of the Week’honors. Connected with Driver on an 85-yard TD strike– tied for the longest play from scrimmage in the NFCin 2002 – to open the scoring in Bears win, among threetouchdown passes on the night (all in the first half), whilenot being intercepted; enjoyed a season-best 133.3 passerrating while surpassing the 40,000-yard mark for careerpassing yards…Put three passing touchdowns on theboard for a second straight week in 28-10 victory at NewEngland (Oct. 13). In win over the Patriots, he also becamethe fourth player in NFL history to throw 300 career touchdownpasses – doing so with an 8-yard pass to Greenlate in the second quarter – tying, then surpassing, No. 3Elway (300) in the process…Completed 11 of 14 passesfor 89 yards against Washington (Oct. 20) before departingearly in the third quarter, when he sprained the lateralcollateral ligament in his left knee while being sacked bythe Redskins’ LaVar Arrington…Playing with a brace toprotect his knee and a week off due to the Packers’ bye,came back and led Green Bay to a hard-fought, 24-10Monday night win vs. a tough Miami defense (Nov. 4)…Threw for a then-career-best 295 first-half yards en routeto a 351-yard performance in 40-14 trouncing vs. Detroit(Nov. 10) before departing at the end of three quarters…Brought Green Bay back from a 19-6 third-quarter deficitat home to defeat Minnesota 26-22 (Dec. 8), throwingtouchdown passes of 21 and 40 yards (both on thirddown) while leading scoring drives of 67, 54 and 85yards…Overcame rainy and windy conditions to leadPackers to 20-14 triumph over NFC West champion 49ersat San Francisco (Dec. 15), completing better than 75percent of his passes (25 of 33); had 13 straight completionsat one point in second half…Hit Driver with 11-yardtouchdown pass with 7:23 remaining, helping to seal 10-0victory vs. Buffalo (Dec. 22), while struggling with windsthat gusted to 30 miles per hour…2002 PLAYOFFS:Had 247 yards and one touchdown, on 20-of-42 passingwith two INTs, in NFC Wild Card playoff loss vs. Atlanta(Jan. 4)…Threw for a score in his 13th consecutive postseasoncontest to tie Marino’s NFL record.2001Finished a decade as the Packers’ starting QB…Completed 314 of 510 pass attempts for 3,921yards (second in the NFC) and 32 touchdowns (tied with49ers’ Jeff Garcia for second in the league)…His interceptiontotal (15) was the lowest in a season since he threwonly 13 in 1996…Finished third in the NFC (and fourth inthe NFL) with a 94.1 passer rating…Earned selection tothe Pro Bowl for the sixth time in his career – the fourthtime as a starter (also 1995-97) – though he later pulledout of the all-star contest (back/abdomen)…Had beenthe leading vote-getter in fan balloting for the Pro Bowl,receiving 670,401 votes – 125,878 more votes than thenext closest player, the Rams’ Kurt Warner (544,523)…In addition, was one of six finalists for the national ‘MillerLite Player of the Year’ award…Also was a second-teamAll-Pro selection of the AP, Football Digest and College &Pro Football Newsweekly…Was tabbed to the ‘All-MaddenTeam’ of then-Fox Sports analyst John Madden…Wasthe NFC’s second-leading fourth-quarter passer with arating of 104.4, helped by the fact that he threw only twointerceptions during the final period…Also ranked third inthe conference as a third-down passer (89.0), incrediblythrowing for over one-third of his touchdowns (11 of32) on the crucial down…In memorable 31-23 win vs.Baltimore (Oct. 14), he enjoyed his 30th career 300-yardpassing performance, (then) reaching that plateau fourthfastestin NFL history – 150 games (tied with Montana);only Marino (84), Warren Moon (110) and Dan Fouts(121) had done so at a more rapid rate. Was named NFC‘Offensive Player of the Week’ and national ‘Miller Lite NFLPlayer of the Week’ for his classic performance againstthe defending Super Bowl champions and their stingy,top-ranked defense; nearly flawless, masterfully led TDdrives of 59, 74, 80 and 82 yards (the four longest allowedby Baltimore through five weeks) while completing 27 of34 passes (a season-best 79.4 percent) for 337 yards andthree touchdowns – without an interception – for a 137.4passer rating…Led club to a 20-12 triumph at Chicago(Nov. 11) to overtake thefirst-place Bears in thestandings; his productionincluded a pair ofhighlight film touchdownpasses – 41 yards to BillSchroeder at the back leftcorner of the end zoneFAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.Victory as a yardstickoverall wins, starting qb, all-timeBrett Favre, GB ............160 93 0 .632John Elway, Den ............... 148 82 1 .643Dan Marino, Mia ............... 147 93 0 .613Fran Tarkenton, Min-NYG ........ 125 109 6 .533Johnny Unitas, BalC-SD ......... 119 63 4 .651Joe Montana, SF-KC ............ 117 47 0 .713Terry Bradshaw, Pit. ............ 107 51 0 .677Peyton Manning, Ind. ........... 105 55 0 .656overall records, starting qb, since merger 1Tom Brady, NE ................. 86 24 0 .782Joe Montana, SF-KC ............ 117 47 0 .713Terry Bradshaw, Pit. ............ 107 51 0 .677Ken Stabler, Oak-HouO-NO ........ 96 49 1 .661Steve Young, TB-SF ............. 94 49 0 .657Peyton Manning, Ind. ........... 105 55 0 .656John Elway, Den ............... 148 82 1 .643Brett Favre, GB ............160 93 0 .632Jim Kelly, Buf ................. 101 59 0 .631Joe Theismann, Was. ............ 77 47 0 .6211— starters who’ve begun careers 1970 or later;minimum 100 starts; regular season onlyhome records, starting qb, since 1967 2Terry Bradshaw, Pit. ............ 67 12 .848Roger Staubach, DalC ........... 49 10 .831John Elway, Den ............... 95 23 .805Steve Young, TB-SF ............ 56 16 .778Jim McMahon, ChiB-SD-Phi-Min-Ari-GB 40 12 .769Brett Favre, GB ............96 30 .7622— starters who’ve begun careers 1967 or later;minimum 50 home starts; regular season onlydecember records, starting qb, since merger 3Tom Brady, NE ................ 26 4 .867Joe Theismann, Was. ........... 17 5 .773Joe Montana, SF-KC ............ 33 10 .767Brett Favre, GB ............49 18 .7313— starters who’ve begun careers 1970 or later;minimum 20 starts; regular season onlyNOTE: Roger Staubach, who started career in 1969, was17-3 (.850) in December516


Favre’s Career Drive Engineeringu Favre's “efficiency” – the percentage he put the club in position to score – was at its highest in his final season of 2007.u At Seattle on Nov. 27, 2006, the Packers eclipsed 5,000 points on drives orchestrated by Brett Favre.u In a win at Washington on Oct. 31, 2004, Favre engineered his 500th career touchdown drive.u On Dec. 29, 2002, at the N.Y. Jets, Favre led the Packers on a drive for the 2,000th time.u Over his career, Favre put the Packers in a position to score approximately four of every 10 drives (40.2 percent). Favre’s careerregular-season drive engineering, including his infamous 1991 debut with the Atlanta Falcons:Drives Drives ended by ......................... Points Pts/ EngineeringYear Started TD FG MFG PNT DWN TRN SAF CLK RPL Yielded Drive Efficiency*1991 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0.00 .0001992 151 25 20 7 57 7 24 0 11 0 235 1.56 .3711993 193 33 30 6 72 7 32 0 13 0 321 1.66 .3831994 178 43 17 7 73 8 20 1 9 0 348 1.96 .3961995 174 47 18 7 67 3 17 0 13 2 383 2.20 .4471996 180 48 21 6 65 6 20 1 13 0 399 2.22 .4491997 184 44 23 6 70 0 27 0 14 0 377 2.05 .4291998 183 38 27 3 64 8 29 0 14 0 344 1.88 .4021999 189 36 24 5 79 6 34 0 5 0 324 1.72 .3632000 189 33 33 5 76 4 29 0 9 0 331 1.75 .3942001 192 43 20 11 80 3 25 1 9 0 360 1.88 .4042002 185 39 26 6 70 5 27 0 10 2 350 1.89 .4062003 185 50 23 3 69 2 30 0 9 0 421 2.28 .4222004 164 41 23 4 59 6 26 0 5 0 358 2.18 .4282005 181 31 20 7 66 8 39 0 9 1 277 1.53 .3772006 192 27 26 9 79 7 31 0 11 2 267 1.39 .3432007 172 40 28 8 53 5 22 0 14 0 363 2.11 .481Totals 2,895 618 379 100 1,099 85 434 3 169 7 5,458 1.89 .402* — percentage he put team in position to score (allowing for missed FG and subtracting drives ended by the clock)just before halftime and a 9-yard laser to Freeman midwaythrough the third quarter…Threw for a season-high 362yards and three touchdowns on 24-of-42 passing – againwithout an interception – at Jacksonville (Dec. 3); alsoran for the deciding score (a 6-yard bootleg around leftend – his first rushing TD since Oct. 25, 1998) with 1:30remaining in the 28-21 victory…Completed all five of hispasses for 72 yards in driving the Packers 79 yards for thedeciding score – a Green touchdown run that gave GreenBay a 17-13 lead midway through the fourth quarter – in24-13, rematch win vs. Minnesota (Dec. 30). Additionallythrew a key block on Minnesota’s Orlando Thomas to helpspring Driver’s 31-yard TD run on a reverse, giving thePackers a 7-3 advantage late in the first half…Threw onlytwo interceptions over the team’s last seven regular-seasoncontests (221 attempts) – and none in the final threegames…2001 PLAYOFFS: Completed 48 of 73 passesfor 550 yards and four touchdowns, with seven interceptions,in two postseason games…Broke his own teamplayoff mark by completing 75.86 percent of his passes(22-29) in Wild Card game vs. San Francisco (Jan. 13),throwing for 269 yards and two TDs, with one interception– a passer rating of 112.6. Completed 16 of 21 second-halfpasses for 226 yards and one TD (126.3 rating) in helpingGreen Bay to overcome a 7-6 halftime deficit en routeto 25-15 victory over the Niners…Was 26 of 44 for 281yards and two touchdowns, including six interceptions totie the NFL’s single-game postseason record, in Divisionalplayoff loss at St. Louis (Jan. 20).2000BRETT FAVREEnjoyed a season-best 74.1 completion percentage (20 of27) in leading a 31-28, fourth-quarter victory vs. the 49ers(Oct. 15); threw for 266 yards and one TD (a season-long67-yarder), without an INT while also rushing for 35yards, including a season-long 18-yard scamper…Passedfor two touchdowns – an underhanded, playground-like5-yard toss to Green and the incredible, game-winning43-yard loft to Freeman in overtime – in 26-20 triumph vs.Minnesota (Nov. 6) on Monday Night Football; completed17 of 36 passes for 235 yards, without an interception, inwin over the Vikings…Drove the Packers 58 yards for ashort field goal on the opening possession of overtime ina 17-14 win over Tampa Bay to close the season (Dec. 24)for his 100th victory as the Packers’ starter (including nineplayoff wins)…A week earlier, authored perhaps his bestgame of the season in rematch victory over Minnesota(Dec. 17) inside the Metrodome – typically a personalhouse of horrors – leading the Packers to a 33-28 upsetvictory with a highly efficient performance; threw for 290yards and matched his season high with three touchdownstrikes, without an interception, on 26-of-38 passing. Onthird down, completed nine of 13 passes for 91 yards andtwo TDs in win, completing the sweep of Minnesota anddepriving the Vikings of the chance to clinch home-fieldadvantage throughout the upcoming playoffs…Earlier inseason opener vs. the N.Y. Jets (Sept. 3), managed only14 completions in 34 attempts – for 152 yards and onetouchdown with one interception – after a three-gamelayoff to rest his arm following a preseason bout withtendinitis…Connected on his first 14 throws before finishingwith a 71.4 completion percentage (his best since thefinal game of the ’98 season) and a 112.7 passer rating atBuffalo (Sept. 10) on 25-of-35 passing…Posted seasonhighs in passing yards (333) and touchdown passes (3),vs. the Bears (Oct. 1)…Left in third quarter at TampaBay (Nov. 12) after suffering a left mid-foot sprain whensacked by the Buccaneers’ Warren Sapp…With his statusin doubt, nonetheless returned to the field with his trademarkeffectiveness the following week vs. Indianapolis(Nov. 19), registering 301 yards passing and two touchdownsin 26-24, upset win over the Colts, playing throughpainful foot sprain…Efficiently led rematch victory atChicago (Dec. 3), highlighted by a trademark, laser-likescoring throw to Freeman at the back of the end zone tomake the duo the 10th in league history with 50-or-moreCompleted 338 of an NFC-high 580 passesfor 3,812 yards (third in the NFC) and 20touchdowns with 16 interceptions for a passer ratingof 78.0…Registered his lowest interception percentage(2.76) in four seasons, and was not intercepted in nearlyhalf (7 of 16) of the team’s games…Became (then) thesecond-fastest player in NFL history to reach 250 careertouchdown passes, doing so in the 141st game of hispro career; only Marino, who did so in 128 games, hadreached that plateau quicker…Continued to enhancehis master-of-the-comeback reputation with four gamewinningefforts inside Lambeau Field: vs. Philadelphia,San Francisco, Minnesota and Tampa Bay…Led team to6-3 victory in Eagles contest (Sept. 17), driving Green Bay60 yards in the final five minutes; connected on all four ofhis passes (for 59 yards) on the winning possession… touchdown collaborations…Earlier, during much of train-517ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEW FAVRE FIELDLAMBEAUMISC.


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWFAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.BRETT FAVREing camp, was bothered by tendinitis on the outside of hisright (throwing) elbow, sitting out Green Bay’s final threepreseason games to rest his arm…Resumed light throwingon Aug. 23 after nearly two full weeks of total rest, hereturned to the field for Green Bay’s season opener vs.the Jets (Sept. 3).1999Completed 341 of a league-high 595 passattempts (57.3 percent) for 4,091 yards (thirdin the NFC) and 22 touchdowns, with 23 interceptions,for a passer rating of 74.7…With future head coach MikeMcCarthy as his position coach, started all 16 games,playing most of the year with a sprained thumb on his518throwing hand, an injury initially incurred in a preseasonvs. Denver (Aug. 23), when he struck the Broncos’ JohnMobley on his follow-through…Subsequently aggravatedthe thumb injury on several occasions, most notably inthe second half of an opening-day, comeback win vs.Oakland (Sept. 12)…Reached 30,000 yards passing inhis 126th pro game, Dec. 12 vs. Carolina, to become the(then) third-fastest in league history to ascend to thatplateau, only Marino (114) and Moon (125) having doneso quicker…Turned in six 300-yard passing games, oneshy of his own club single-season mark, while throwingfor 3,000 yards an eighth consecutive year…Enjoyedhis third career 4,000-yard passing season (also 1995Brett Favre’s remarkable record at home in cold weatheru Brett Favre, a Mississippi native, held a 43-6 home record including playoffs and a 92.0 passer rating when the game-time temperaturewas 34° or below (complete listing below).u He was 1-5 on the road in sub-34° temperatures (1-6 including the postseason).u Including slightly balmier weather, he is 65-22 in all games (58-18 regular season, 7-4 playoffs) when temps were 45° or less.AT HOME1992Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 15 Phi.# 28°, p. sunny 33 23 275 69.7 2 2 89.8Nov. 29 TB# 32°, p. sunny 41 26 223 63.4 1 0 85.7Dec. 6 Det# 26°, lt. snow 19 15 214 78.9 3 0 153.2Dec. 20 LARm 8°, sunny 23 14 188 60.9 2 1 97.71993Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 28 TB 29°, p. cldy. 36 23 159 63.9 1 0 83.0Dec. 26 LARd 0°, sunny 28 14 190 50.0 1 0 83.91994Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 11 Chi 15°, sunny 31 19 250 61.3 3 1 105.6Dec. 18 Atl# 33°, sunny 44 29 321 65.9 2 1 93.1*Dec. 31 Det 33°, p. cldy. 38 23 262 60.5 0 0 81.31995Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 12 Chi 22°, cldy. 33 25 336 75.8 5 0 147.2Nov. 26 TB 34°, cldy. 24 16 267 66.7 3 0 143.6Dec. 3 Cin 32°, p. cldy. 43 31 339 72.1 3 1 108.6Dec. 24 Pit 24°, cldy. 32 23 301 71.9 2 0 122.0*Dec. 31 Atl 30°, lt. fog 35 24 199 68.6 3 0 111.51996Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 1 Chi 29°, flurries 27 19 231 70.4 1 0 108.7Dec. 8 Den 31°, m. cldy. 38 20 280 52.6 4 2 89.8Dec. 22 Min 31°, overcast 23 15 202 65.2 3 0 132.6*Jan. 4 SF 34°, rain 15 11 79 73.3 1 0 107.4*Jan. 12 Car 3°, sunny 29 19 292 65.5 2 1 107.31997Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 23 Dal 22°, p. cldy. 35 22 203 62.9 4 1 104.8Dec. 20 Buf 31°, cldy. 18 12 156 66.7 2 0 130.8*Jan. 4 TB 28°, cldy. 28 15 190 53.6 1 2 57.11998Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 20 Ten 29°, snow 22 14 253 63.6 3 0 142.61999Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngJan. 2 Ari 32°, lt. rain 34 21 311 61.8 2 1 99.02000Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 19 Ind 27°, lt. snow 36 23 301 63.9 2 1 97.1Dec. 10 Det 25°, p. cldy. 36 15 208 41.7 1 1 58.6Dec. 24 TB 15°, sunny 42 20 196 47.6 0 2 41.42001Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 9 Chi 33°, sunny 27 15 207 55.6 1 1 77.2Dec. 23 Cle 24°, lt. snow 28 18 139 62.1 3 0 112.1Dec. 30 Min 19°, p. cldy. 29 18 169 62.1 0 0 78.1*Jan. 13 SF 28°, sunny 29 22 269 75.9 2 1 112.6* — playoff game # — Milwaukee + — loss2002Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 4 Mia 30°, clear 25 16 187 64.0 1 1 83.2Dec.1 Chi 23°, cloudy 42 24 221 57.1 2 1 77.6Dec. 8 Min 11°, clear 32 22 214 68.6 2 1 95.1Dec. 22 Buf 27°, p. sunny 33 15 114 45.5 1 2 39.2*Jan. 4 Atl+ 31°, snow 42 20 247 47.6 1 2 54.42003Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int Rtng*Jan. 4 Sea 20°, overcast 38 26 319 68.4 1 0 102.92004Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 29 StL 28°, p. cloudy 27 18 215 66.7 3 0 127.9Dec. 12 Det 33°, flurries 36 19 188 52.8 1 0 77.1Dec. 19 Jax+ 12°, clear 44 30 367 68.2 2 3 80.4*Jan. 9 Min+ 26°, cloudy 33 22 216 66.7 1 4 55.42005Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 11 Det 14°, m. cloudy 31 21 170 67.7 0 1 67.9Dec. 25 Chi+ 34°, cloudy 51 30 317 58.8 0 4 44.3Jan. 1 Sea 34°, cloudy 37 21 259 56.8 1 1 76.32006Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 3 NYJ+ 34°, m. cloudy 47 24 214 51.1 1 2 53.02007Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 9 Oak 18°, m. cloudy 23 15 266 65.2 2 1 115.5Dec. 30 Det 20°, cloudy 11 9 99 81.8 2 0 143.8*Jan. 12 Sea 31°, h. snow 23 18 173 78.3 3 0 137.6*Jan. 20 NYG+ -1°, clear 35 19 236 54.3 2 2 70.7uCareer Home Totals 1533 951 11016 62.0 88 40 92.0on the road1996Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 10 at KC+ 30°, overcast 49 27 314 55.1 2 1 79.82000Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 3 at Chi 33°, clear 31 19 225 61.3 1 0 94.22003Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int Rtng*Jan. 11 at Phi+ 25°, cloudy 28 15 180 53.6 2 1 82.42005Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 4 at Chi+ 26°, p. cloudy 58 31 277 53.4 0 2 52.2Dec. 19 at Bal+ 29°, clear 29 14 144 48.3 0 2 34.32006Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngNov. 27 at Sea+ 34°, snow 36 22 266 61.1 1 3 58.32007Date Opp Weather A C Yds Pct TD Int RtngDec. 23 at Chi+ 16°, windy 32 17 153 53.1 0 2 40.2


and ‘98)…Also threw for the most fourth-quarter yards(1,347) in the league…Was named NFC ‘Player of theMonth’ for September after throwing for 925 yards andfive touchdowns in three games – two of which werecome-from-behind victories…Engineered last-minute,comeback wins in three of the Packers’ first four games…Drove Green Bay 82 yards to the winning score in 1:40 vs.Oakland (Sept. 12), finishing his emotional, opening-dayheroics with a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end JeffThomason with 11 seconds remaining in 28-24 triumph.Completed 28 of 47 passes for 333 yards and a seasonbestfour touchdowns, with three interceptions, in Raiderscontest – despite playing much of the second half with abadly sprained thumb on his throwing hand, having hit iton the helmet of Oakland’s Russell Maryland and aggravatingan injury originally suffered during the preseason…Vs. Minnesota (Sept. 26), faced with fourth-and-1, notimeouts remaining and the clock ticking away the lasthalf-minute, threw unbelievable, 23-yard touchdown passto wideout Corey Bradford with 12 seconds left, wrappingup an emotional, 23-20 victory; he had taken Green Bay 77yards (on seven plays) in 1:44 on the final drive. Completed61.5 percent of his passes (24 of 39) vs. the Vikings for304 yards and one TD, without an interception…On thenight of his 30th birthday and before a national televisionaudience, he orchestrated his third come-from-behindwin in four games, driving his team 73 yards in just 40seconds to defeat Tampa Bay (Oct. 10). Operating in theface of an all-out blitz, he threw a looping, 21-yard TD passto Freeman with 1:05 remaining in Bucs contest to giveGreen Bay its final, 26-23 margin of victory. Posted 105.2passer rating vs. Tampa Bay, completing 22 of 40 passesfor a season-high 390 yards (then his third-highest totalas a pro) and two TDs with no interceptions; his productionincluded a key, 42-yard bomb to Schroeder up the leftsideline to kick-start the decisive drive…Vs. Chicago (Nov.7), surpassed Ron Jaworski’s all-time QB durability markby starting in his 117th consecutive game.1998Led the NFL in both passing yards (4,212) andcompletions (347)…Also edged out Carolina’sSteve Beuerlein (62.974) for the best completion percentagein the NFL with a 62.976 mark…Finished third in theNFC with 31 touchdown passes and led the conferencewith a 113.0 passer rating on third down…Was sixth inthe conference in passer rating (87.8)…Led the Green andGold to a 23-15 victory vs. Tampa Bay (Sept. 13), demonstratinghis sheer toughness early in the fourth quarterwhen, after being drilled on a sack by the Bucs’ ReganMOST TD PASSES, NFL HISTORY442 Brett Favre, Atl-GB ....... 1991-2007420 Dan Marino, Mia. ................ 1983-99342 Fran Tarkenton, Min-NYG. ......... 1961-78306 Peyton Manning, Ind ........... 1998-2007300 John Elway, Den. ................ 1983-98MOST 30-PLUS TD-PASS SEASONS, NFL HISTORY8 Brett Favre, GB 1994-98, 2001, 2003-044 Dan Marino, Mia. ...........1984-86, 1994Peyton Manning, Ind ...2000, 2004, 2006-07MOST SEASONS LEADING LEAGUE, TD PASSES, NFL HISTORY4 Johnny Unitas ..............BalC 1957-60Len Dawson ... DalT 1962; KC 1963, 1965-66Steve Young. ............SF 1992-94, 1998Brett Favre ........ GB 1995-97, 20033 Arnie Herber. .........GB 1932, 1934, 1936Sid Luckman ..........ChiB 1943, 1945-46Y.A. Tittle . . . . . . . . . . .SF 1955; NYG 1962-63Dan Marino .................Mia 1984-86Peyton Manning .......Ind 2000, 2004, 2006519 25Upshaw, he bounced up and threw a 38-yard TD striketo Freeman two plays later…Led the Packers to a comefrom-behind,37-30 victory with a signature performanceat Carolina (Sept. 27). Despite uncorking an interceptiondeep in Green Bay territory on his first attempt vs. thePanthers, he rebounded to equal his career high (and theteam record) with five touchdown passes while throwingfor a season-best 388 yards (then the fourth-highest totalof his pro career), earning national Miller Lite ‘Player ofthe Week’ honors in the process…After two sub-Favre-likeoutings, bounced back with a strong performance in leadingthe Packers to 28-10 win vs. Baltimore (Oct. 25), whenhe accounted for three touchdowns – two passing and onerushing (his 11th rushing TD as a pro)…Demonstratedthe ability to make the big play in victory vs. San Francisco(Nov. 1), when he connected on touchdown passes of 80,30 and 62 yards in leading Green Bay to a 36-22 triumph.His 62-yard strike to Freeman early in the fourth quarterbroke a 22-22 tie, a completion which also made Favrethe club’s all-time leader in passing yardage…Had thesecond-best completion percentage of his career (79.5)on 31-of-39 passing for 303 yards and two touchdowns inrematch at Minnesota (Nov. 22)…Had another outstandingperformance, this time vs. Tennessee (Dec. 20), whenhe threw for three touchdowns (all in the first half toFreeman) and posted a season-best 142.6 passer rating.Also rushed for a season-high 49 yards against the then-Oilers, including a 35-yard run – the third-longest carry ofhis pro career…1998 PLAYOFFS: Extending his clubrecord by throwing a touchdown pass in a 10th consecutivepostseason game, engineered a masterful, 89-yarddrive to mount a Green Bay lead for a final time (27-23)in its NFC Wild Card playoff game against the 49ers atSan Francisco’s 3Com Park (Jan. 3); found his split end,Freeman, with a 15-yard strike for the go-ahead score with1:56 remaining. The 49ers, unfortunately, subsequentlysuperseded his heroics, responding with a climactic driveof their own to score with three seconds remaining to pullout a 30-27 victory. Favre had closed out a strong performanceby completing 20 of 35 passes for 292 yards andtwo touchdowns, with two interceptions.1997 HonorsDominating his era in the touchdown pass categoryRECORDS BRETT & HISTORY FAVREChosen as the starting quarterbackfor the NFC in the Pro Bowlfor the third consecutive year, though due to a lingeringknee injury he did not play in the game for the first time…In addition to being named NFL ‘Most Valuable Player’ byAP for a third consecutive year, an honor he shared withSanders, also was a unanimous choice at quarterbackMOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES, NFL, 1990s235 Brett Favre ..... Atl 1991; GB 1992-99200 Dan Marino .................Mia 1990-99Steve Young. .................SF 1990-99189 Warren Moon ...HouO 1990-93; Min 1994-96;Sea 1997-98; KC 1999180 John Elway. .................Den 1990-98MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES, SEASON, NFL HISTORY50 Tom Brady, NE. ....................200749 Peyton Manning, Ind ................200448 Dan Marino, Mia. ...................198444 Dan Marino, Mia. ...................198641 Kurt Warner, StLR ..................199939 Brett Favre, GB ............... 1996Daunte Culpepper, Min. ..............200438 Brett Favre, GB ............... 199536 George Blanda, HouO. ...............1961Y.A. Tittle, NYG ....................1963Steve Young, SF. ...................1998Steve Beuerlein, Car. ................1999Kurt Warner, StLR ..................2001Tony Romo, Dal. ...................200735 Steve Young, SF. ...................1994Brett Favre, GB ............... 1997ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTSRECORDS &2007 REVIEW HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWRECORDS &HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.RECORDS BRETT FAVRE & HISTORYacross the board, being named at the position on everymajor All-Pro team, including AP, Sports Illustrated,Pro Football Weekly, The Sporting News, College & ProFootball Newsweekly, Football Digest and USA Today…Named All-NFC by Pro Football Weekly and FootballNews…His preeminence at his position was furtherunderscored when he was honored as ‘ProfessionalQuarterback of the Year’ for the third consecutive year bythe National Quarterback Club (June 4, 1998).1997Finished third in the NFC with a 92.6 passer rating,based on 304 completions in 513 attemptsfor 3,867 yards and 35 touchdowns, with 16 interceptions…Wasespecially effective in the red zone (insidethe opponents’ 20-yard line). During the regular season,he threw 24 touchdown passes – without an interception– while completing 46 of 79 passes for 341 yards and apasser rating of 108.2…Including the ’97 postseason,he completed 52 of 94 attempts for 392 yards and 27touchdowns – without an interception – in the red zone, apasser rating of 105.1…Also led the NFC in completions(304) and passing yards (3,867), finishing second in theleague as a whole to Oakland’s Jeff George (3,917) inthe latter…Eclipsed Starr’s team record for touchdownpasses – 152, set over a 16-year career – in the fourthgame of just his sixth season (vs. Minnesota, Sept. 21)…Also became the second-fastest player in NFL historyto get to 150 career TD passes, reaching that milestonein his 84th career game, a rate bettered only by Marino(62 games), and (then) the second-fastest to throw for20,000 career yards when he accomplished the feat in86 games…In the Packers’ 16 regular-season games,he threw at least two touchdown passes in 11 contestsand three-or-more in six others…Had an NFL-high 37completions of 25-or-more yards…Was the only player inthe league to have thrown every one of his team’s passesuntil the regular-season finale vs. Buffalo (Dec. 20), whenhe gave way to Bono after leading the Packers to a 21-0halftime advantage…Escorted the Packers to a 45-17triumph vs. long-time nemesis Dallas (Nov. 23), as hethrew four touchdown passes, completing 22 of 35 passesfor 203 yards, with only one INT…Earlier turned in hisbest statistical effort of the season in a losing venture atIndianapolis (Nov. 16), throwing for a season-high 363yards and three touchdowns, completing 18 of 25 passeswith two INTs for a passer rating of 120.4. His 14.52-yard average per pass play against the Colts, helped by aseason-long 74-yard connection with Derrick Mayes, wasthe third-highest single-game average in team history, aswell as the best by a Packers quarterback since 1958. Aquick-strike artist against Indy, he led the Packers on sixscoring drives – averaging 63.0 yards – of four, two, five,three, 11 and three plays…Did not throw a touchdownpass at Philadelphia Eagles (Sept. 7), marking the firsttime in 13 regular-season games he did not post a scoringpass, dating back to Oct. 27, 1996, vs. Tampa Bay…Rebounded to throw for at least one score in each ofthe final 14 games…Tied the team record and his owncareer high when he threw five touchdown passes inleading the Packers to 38-32 win vs. Minnesota (Sept.21), earning Miller Lite ‘Player of the Week’ honors in theprocess. Broke Starr’s club mark for career touchdownpasses when he found Freeman from 28 yards out with10:51 remaining in the second quarter of Vikings contest.His five scoring throws represented the single-gamehigh by an NFC quarterback during the 1997 season…Maneuvered Green Bay to pivotal win vs. previouslyunbeaten Tampa Bay (Oct. 5) when he completed 21 of31 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns – withoutan interception…Had three TD passes for second straightgame, this time at New England (Oct. 27), when he earnedNFC ‘Offensive Player of the Week’ honors by completing23 of 34 passes for 239 yards without an interception inleading the Packers to a 28-10 victory in a rematch ofHeinz Kluetmeier/SPORTS ILLUSTRATEDthird straight NFC Central Division title by orchestrating17-6 win at Tampa Bay (Dec. 7), a day that saw himcomplete a season-high 25 passes in 33 attempts for280 yards and two touchdowns. Completed a seasonbest75.8 percent of his passes in Bucs contest…Ledthe Green and Gold to 31-21 victory vs. Buffalo in finale(Dec. 20), completing 12 of 18 attempts for 156 yards andtwo TDs for a season-high 130.8 passer rating…1997PLAYOFFS: Completing 56 of 97 passes for 668 yardsand five touchdowns, with just three interceptions, navigatedGreen Bay through the playoffs to its second successiveappearance in the NFL’s ultimate game, the SuperBowl…Completed 15 of 28 passes for 190 yards and onetouchdown, with two interceptions, in leading Green Baypast Tampa Bay, 21-7, in the Packers’ first postseasontest – a Divisional playoff game in Lambeau Field (Jan.4). The TD strike – a 3-yarder to tight end Mark Chmura,staked the Packers to a 7-0 advantage in the first quarter, alead they never relinquished; he later added his first careertwo-point conversion against the Bucs…The resourcefulfield general hit on 16 of 27 attempts for 222 yards andone TD – without an interception – in escorting the Greenand Gold to a decisive, 23-10 victory over the 49ers inthe NFC Championship Game at San Francisco (Jan. 11),triggering the Packers’ return to the Super Bowl…Threwthree TD passes against Denver in SB XXXII at San Diego’sQualcomm Stadium (Jan. 25), tying his own postseasonbest, but it wasn’t enough to carry the day against theBroncos, who prevailed 31-24. Completed 25 of 42 passesfor 256 yards, with one INT, vs. Denver.1996 HonorsNamed as the starting quarterbackfor the NFC in the Pro Bowl for thesecond straight year…In addition to being voted as theNFL’s ‘Most Valuable Player’ by AP for the second year ina row, he earned the same award from the ProfessionalFootball Writers of America and PFW…Earned ‘Player ofthe Year’ honors from TSN, Football Digest, Miller Lite, theMaxwell Club, the Touchdown Club of Columbus and theVictor Awards…Selected as Pro Football ‘Performer of theYear’ by ESPN’s ESPY Awards…Named league ‘OffensivePlayer of the Year’ by PFW, College & Pro FootballNewsweekly and the Newspaper Enterprise Association…Selected NFC ‘Player of the Year’ by Football News…Also chosen NFC ‘Offensive Player of the Year’ by UnitedPress International and the Kansas City Committee of101…Tabbed as NFL ‘Quarterback of the Year’ by theNational Quarterback Club and Footaction…Garneredfirst-team All-Pro honors from AP, College & Pro FootballNewsweekly, Football Digest, PFW/PFWA, TSN, SI and USAToday…Earned ‘All-NFC’ honors from Football News andUPI…Named ‘Newsmaker of the Year’ by the WisconsinSuper Bowl XXXI…Subsequently led the Packers to their Newspaper Association, an inaugural award given out to520 25


RECORDS BRETT & HISTORY FAVREhonor someone whose “spirit of service is demonstrated 12), with TD tosses to Dorsey Levens (29 yards) andthrough acts which reflect positively on Wisconsin.” Freeman (six yards)…Two weeks later (Jan. 26) in theNFL’s championship contest, he launched the day’s scoringwith a 54-yard touchdown pass to wideout Andre1996In throwing for 39 touchdowns, one morethan he had in 1995, set (then) NFC and Green Rison on his first throw of the game, coming on a calledBay records for most touchdown passes in a season audible, and later found Freeman with a then-Super Bowlrecord,81-yard scoring strike where he perfectly loftedfor the second straight year…Ranked at the time as thethird-highest single-season total in NFL history (behind the ball over a Pats defender. In total, Favre frisked NewMarino’s 48 in 1984 and 44 in ‘86)…Led the NFL in England’s vaunted defense for 246 yards, completing 14touchdown passes for the second year in a row, thus of 27 attempts without an interception, to trigger a 35-21becoming only the third Packer (Isbell in 1941-42 and triumph in Super Bowl XXXI at the Louisiana SuperdomeTobin Rote in 1955-56) and 10th player in NFL annals to in New Orleans, returning the Lombardi Trophy to Greenlead the league in TD passes in consecutive seasons… Bay for the first time in 29 years…It had to have been anThrew for an NFC-best 3,899 yards…In the process tied especially magical moment for Favre, who had disclosedJoe Namath for the honor of being (then) the third-fastest off-the-field problems in May, then stated upon returningplayer in league history to reach 15,000 yards passing, from a 45-day stay in the Menninger Clinic at Topeka,scaling that plateau in his 66th game…At his best in Kan., “You know, I’m going to beat this thing. I’m goingkey situations, ranked second in the NFC in both fourthquarterpassing (96.2 rating) and third-down passing believe me is, ‘Just bet against me.’ ”to win a Super Bowl. And all I can tell people if they don’t(93.6), including a conference-high 12 touchdown passeson third down…Authored five four-touchdown games, 1995 Honors Selected to start in the Pro Bowlthe second-highest single-season total in NFL history,for the initial time after twobehind only the six of Marino in 1984 and Manning in appearances as a reserve…Earned NFL ‘Most Valuable2004 (Marino also had five in 1986 and Brady had five in Player’ awards from AP, PFWA, PFW and SI…Named2007)…Also was Green Bay’s third-leading rusher with ‘Player of the Year’ by TSN, Football Digest, Miller Lite,136 yards and two touchdowns on 49 carries and the only the Maxwell Club and the Touchdown Club of Columbus…NFL player (among qualifiers) to register a perfect 100 Selected as Pro Football ‘Performer of the Year’ by ESPN’spercent success rate on third-and-one rushing, converting ESPY Awards…Named league ‘Offensive Player of theall eight of his attempts…Left each of the Packers’ first Year’ by AP, PFW, College & Pro Football Newsweekly andthree games – all blowout victories – early…Was named NEA…Selected NFC ‘Player of the Year’ by Football NewsNFC ‘Offensive Player of the Week’ for his four-touchdown and the Touchdown Club of Columbus…Also named NFCperformance in season opener at Tampa Bay (Sept. 1) ‘Offensive Player of the Year’ by UPI and the Kansas Cityas he completed 20 of 27 passes (74.1 percent) for 247 Committee of 101…Received first-team All-Pro honorsyards, with no interceptions, for single-game season bests from AP, College & Pro Football Newsweekly, Footballin passer rating (141.5) and completion percentage… Digest, PFW/PFWA, TSN, SI and USA Today…GarneredThrew for four TDs at Seattle (Sept. 29)…Named NFC ‘All-NFC’ honors from Football News and UPI…Presented‘Offensive Player of the Month’ for September, passing for NFL ‘Quarterback of the Year’ honors by the National16 TDs in leading the Packers to a 4-1 record during the Quarterback Club…Lauded as ‘Wisconsin Sports Personmonth…Tied his season best for a second time by firing of the Year’ by Wisconsin Sports Authority/Milwaukeefour TD passes at Chicago on Oct. 6, including a 50-yard Pen & Mike Club.‘Hail Mary’ throw to Freeman for a score on the last play ofthe first half, leading Green Bay to a 37-6 win…Amassed 1995 Became only the third 4,000-yard passer in395 passing yards, the (then-) second-highest total of histeam history after a 308-yard performance atcareer and the fourth-highest in Packers history, vs. the New Orleans (Dec. 16)…Finished the season with an49ers the following week (Oct. 14) in escorting Green Bay NFL-best 4,413 passing yards, the second-highest totalto a comeback 23-20 victory in overtime. Led Packers on in team history and only 45 yards shy of Dickey’s teamthree scoring drives in second half of Niners contest that record 4,458 (1983)…Earlier, became the first player inended with field goals in the fourth quarter and overtime; team history to post four 3,000-yard passing seasons,completed 28 of a team-record 61 passes, including a achieved in four consecutive seasons…Established a team59-yard TD throw to Don Beebe…Equaled his season high record with seven 300-yard passing games (subsequentlywith four TD passes in leading the Packers to a 28-18 victoryvs. Detroit (Nov. 3) – three to his new pair of starting six in 1989…Led the NFC (and was second in the NFL)tied in 2007), breaking Majkowski’s previous record ofwide receivers, Beebe and Terry Mickens…Threw for 314 with a 99.5 passer rating – only the Colts’ Harbaugh withyards and two touchdowns at Kansas City (Nov. 10), as he a 100.7 rating was better…Paced the NFC in third-downmoved past Lynn Dickey (132) and into sole possession of passing with a 103.8 passer rating…Had thrown at leastsecond place on the team’s career touchdown pass list… one touchdown pass in 17 straight games dating back toThrew for 280 yards and four touchdowns, including three Week 8 of ‘94 until streak was snapped at Minnesota (Nov.to Freeman, against the NFL’s then-No. 1 ranked defense in 5)…Also had thrown at least two touchdown passes inthe Packers’ 41-6 triumph vs. Denver (Dec. 8)…Rounded 12 consecutive games, equaling the NFL record also heldout the regular season by capturing NFC ‘Offensive Player by Unitas (1959), Don Meredith (1965-66) and Marinoof the Week’ honors for the second time in ‘96 as he threw (1986-87), until the string ended at Dallas (Oct. 8)…Ledfor three TDs vs. Minnesota (Dec. 22), completing 15 of the league in completions of 20-or-more yards with 59,23 passes for 202 yards before leaving the game early in and also had the NFL’s highest completion percentagethe fourth quarter of 38-10 triumph…1996 PLAYOFFS: inside the red zone (66.2 percent)…Rebounded fromUnder control and on target throughout the postseason, an ankle injury at Minnesota (Nov. 5) to complete 70.3set or tied no fewer than four club records during the percent of his passes (166 of 236) in the ensuing sevenplayoffs while completing 44 of 71 passes, a 62.0 percentage,for 617 yards and five touchdowns – with only one two interceptions – an imposing passer rating of 123.0…games for 2,046 yards and 21 touchdowns, with onlyinterception – for a passer rating of 107.5…Playing within Tied for team lead with his career-best three rushinghimself in horrific weather conditions vs. San Francisco scores…Turned in outstanding performance at Chicagoin the Packers’ 35-14 Divisional playoff win (Jan. 4), he (Sept. 11), completing 21 of 37 passes for 312 yardscompleted 11 of 15 passes for 79 yards and one TD… and three TDs, including a team-record 99-yard TD passUnder frigid but more playable conditions, he threw for to Brooks early in the second quarter – only the eighth292 yards on 19-of-29 passing in the NFC Championship time in NFL history that feat had been accomplished…Game vs. Carolina at Lambeau Field a week later (Jan. 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COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWRECORDS &HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDRECORDS BRETT FAVRE & HISTORYing for 202 yards and two TDs, while rushing for 39 netyards, including a career-best 40-yard run…Triggereda valiant comeback attempt at Dallas (Oct. 8), when herushed for a career-high two TDs and threw for anotherscore to rally the Packers from a 21-point, second-halfdeficit to within seven at 31-24 with 8:13 remaining inthe game…Earned his first-ever NFC ‘Offensive Playerof the Week’ honor with an outstanding performance ininitial game vs. Minnesota (Oct. 22), tying a then-careerhigh with four touchdown passes in leading the Packersto a 38-21 win. Completed 22 of 43 passes for 295 yardswithout an interception against the Vikings…Saluted asNFL’s recipient of the ‘Extra Effort Award’ for the month ofOctober…Had suffered a severely sprained left ankle latein second quarter of rematch at Minnesota (Nov. 5) – aninjury which later would require offseason surgery (Feb.27, 1996) to remove several bone chips and one largespur. Left Vikings game for the remainder of the firsthalf, then played three series in the second half beforethe injury hindered his play and he gave way to Detmer…Had arguably his best performance as a professional thefollowing week in a rematch vs. Chicago (Nov. 12) when,not knowing until late in the week if he was even goingto play due to the severely sprained ankle, he threw for acareer-high and team-record tying five touchdown passesto lead the Packers to a key 35-28 victory over the Bears.Subsequently was named NFC ‘Offensive Player of theWeek’ (for the second time in four weeks) after completing25 of 33 passes for 336 yards with no interceptionsagainst Chicago, giving him a (then) career-high singlegamepasser rating of 147.2…Led the Packers to a toughroad win at Cleveland (Nov. 19) when, despite still beinglimited with an ankle injury, he passed for three touchdownsand ran for another. Completed 23 of 28 passesfor 210 yards against the Browns for a career-best 82.1completion percentage…Threw four TD passes – all in thefirst half – in the Packers’ 34-23 win at New Orleans (Dec.16), completing 21 of 38 passes for 308 yards against theSaints…Turned in gutty performance in leading Packersto their division-clinching, 24-19 victory vs. Pittsburgh(Dec. 24) when, despite having to stop twice during thegame after getting the wind knocked out of him, he threwfor 301 yards and two touchdowns. On one sequence, hewas hit hard by three Steeler defenders while scramblingon a play; the Packers called a timeout and Favre, whocoughed up blood on the sidelines during a break in theaction, returned to throw a 1-yard scoring pass to Chmuraon the following play…Named NFC ‘Offensive Player ofthe Month’ for December, passing for 1,233 yards on102 completions in 151 attempts with 10 TDs and onlytwo INTs (109.0 passer rating) in directing Green Bay tothree victories during the month…1995 PLAYOFFS:Utilizing no fewer than nine receivers, completed 24 of 35passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns in leading thePackers to a 37-20 NFC Wild Card victory over Atlanta inLambeau Field (Dec. 31), presiding over scoring drives of85, 78 and 70 yards and throwing for three touchdownsin the process…Was even more precise in a DivisionalFavre in the postseasonplayoff at San Francisco (Jan. 6), hitting on 21 of 28passes (for a then-team-postseason-record completionpercentage of 75.0) for 299 yards and two TDs – withno interceptions – in directing the Packers to a 27-17triumph over the favored 49ers, the defending Super Bowlchampions…Named NFL ‘Offensive Player of the Week’for his performance vs. the Niners…Completed 21 of39 attempts for 307 yards and three touchdowns, withtwo INTs, in the NFC Championship Game at Dallas (Jan.14), the Packers’ first such appearance since 1967, but itwasn’t sufficient to carry the day, the Cowboys eventuallyprevailing, 38-27.1994Finished second in the NFL (behind only SteveYoung of San Francisco’s Super Bowl champion49ers) with a passer rating of 90.7…Ranked thirdin the NFC in passing yards with 3,882…In the process,became only the second player in team history to throwfor 3,000 yards in three different seasons…Also postedthird-lowest interception percentage (2.4) in the NFCamong qualifying passers…Ended season second in theNFL with 33 TD passes, which also represented a GreenBay record at the time, surpassing the 32 of Dickey in1983…Set two other club records, his 363 completionseclipsing the previous mark of 353 by Majkowski in 1989,and closing out the season with a 3.24 career interceptionpercentage, bettering Majkowski’s 3.48 career mark…Was particularly effective over the last half of the season,throwing for 23 touchdowns over the last eight games andonly seven interceptions over the final nine games (his14 interceptions overall were 10 fewer than he threw in1993)…Named second-team All-Pro by Football Digest…Produced probably the Packers’ biggest play of the yearin the second-to-last game of the regular season. WithGreen Bay needing a victory to keep its playoff hopes alive,he engineered a come-from-behind, 67-yard drive in thefinal 1:58 vs. Atlanta (Dec. 18), capping the march withhis diving, 9-yard TD run into the right corner of the endzone with only 14 seconds remaining in the game to givethe Packers a 21-17 win. Completed 6 of 9 passes for 58yards in that eleventh-hour excursion and 29 of 44 passesfor 321 yards and two TDs overall against the Falcons inthe Packers’ final game at Milwaukee County Stadium…Led Packers to a 34-19, playoff-clinching victory at TampaBay a week later (Dec. 24), completing 24 of 36 passesfor 291 yards and three TDs (all to Sterling Sharpe)…Earlier, played one of the finest games of his early careerin 30-3 win vs. Tampa Bay (Sept. 25), earning Miller Lite‘NFL Player of the Week’ honors as he completed 30 of 39passes for 306 yards and three TDs, with no INTs…Hadthrown a touchdown pass in nine straight games – thefinal three regular-season contests of ‘93 plus the first sixgames of ‘94 – until the streak was broken at Minnesota(Oct. 20) when he left the game after the first quarter witha severely bruised left hip…It was the first time since hebecame the starting quarterback early in 1992 that hehad been forced to leave due to injury…Closed the yearby throwing for at least one score over the season’s finalMISC.mOst touchdown passes,career, nfl postseason45 Joe Montana, SF-KC. ..............23 games39 Brett Favre, GB ............22 games32 Dan Marino, Mia. .................18 games30 Terry Bradshaw, Pit ...............19 games27 John Elway, Den. .................22 games5,772 Joe Montana, SF-KC .............23 games5,311 Brett Favre, GB ...........22 games4,964 John Elway, Den ................22 gamesmost yards passing, career, nfl postseasonmOst consecutive gameswith a touchdown pass, nfl postseason18 Brett Favre, GB ............1995-200715 Tom Brady, NE (current) ............2001-0713 Dan Marino, Mia. ..................1983-9510 Ken Stabler, Oak. ..................1973-77Joe Montana, SF-KC. ...............1988-939 John Elway, Den. ..................1984-894,510 Dan Marino, Mia ................18 games3,954 Tom Brady, NE .................17 games3,898 Peyton Manning, Ind. ............14 games522 25


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWRECORDS &HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDRECORDS BRETT FAVRE & HISTORYfollowing week (Jan. 16) – a 2-yarder to Brooks and a29-yarder to Sharpe…Finished with 28 completions in 45attempts for 331 yards (1 yard short of Packers’ singlegameplayoff record) and two TDs.1992Acquired from Atlanta by then-Packers GeneralManager Ron Wolf for a first-round draft selectionin an offseason trade (Feb. 10)…Was so impressivein escorting Green Bay to its second-best record in 20years (9-7) – soaring from designated backup to ProBowler in just three months’ time – that then-head coachHolmgren was prompted to observe, “If Brett can stayhealthy, he will be the cornerstone of our football team formany years to come.”… Beginning the 1992 season as theunderstudy to incumbent Majkowski, he was hastily summonedfrom the bench to replace an injured Majkowski(ankle) in the first quarter of Game 3 vs. Cincinnati (Sept.20) and proceeded to take a stranglehold on the QB position,staking an immediate claim by leading the Packers toan electrifying, come-from-behind, 24-23 victory over theBengals, forged by way of a 35-yard scoring pass to wideoutKitrick Taylor with only 13 seconds remaining in thegame…Performing in storybook fashion, he went on tocompile an 8-5 record as a starter and establish two newGreen Bay passing records in the process – single-seasonmarks for passing percentage (64.12 percent; sincebroken in 2003) and most consecutive 200-yard passinggames (11)…Named as the third QB for the NFC Pro Bowlsquad after finishing fifth among conference passers withan 85.3 overall rating, based on 302 completions in 471attempts for 3,227 yards and 18 touchdowns with only 13interceptions…At the time, was the youngest quarterbackever to play in AFC-NFC Pro Bowl (since 1971) at 23years, 3 months, 28 days of age…His 302 completionstied him with Troy Aikman of Super Bowl champion Dallasfor first-place honors in NFC…Also ranked second in theconference (to Young) with his 64.12 passing percentage,which broke Starr’s Green Bay single-season record of63.74, set in 1968…Also became only the fourth PackersQB to pass for over 3,000 yards in a season…Had a stringof 111 passes without an interception broken at Oilers onDec. 13…Did not play vs. Minnesota in regular-seasonopener (Sept. 6), but saw action in second-half reliefrole the next week at Tampa Bay (Sept. 13), completingeight of 14 passes for 73 yards…Engineered two TDChronology of the Packers’1992 deal for FavreApril 21, 1991 — On Day 1 of the ’91 NFL Draft, thePhiladelphia Eagles strike a deal with Green Bay to move up.Eyeing Tennessee T Antone Davis, the Eagles ship their ’91first-round choice (19th overall) to Green Bay for the Packers’first-rounder (eighth overall). Philadelphia gets Davis, and thePackers use the Eagles’ No. 19 to snag CB Vinnie Clark fromOhio State. The Packers’ Tom Braatz and Lindy Infante don’tconsummate the trade until Philadelphia agrees to throw in itsfirst-round pick in the 1992 draft…Later, in Round 2, the Falcons select Brett Favre 33rd overall,breaking the hearts of several teams, including the Jets…Ron Wolf, heading the Jets personnel department, chooses QBBrowning Nagle with the next choice, 34th.drives in last eight minutes of the game to pull out 24-23victory over Cincinnati (Sept. 20) after relieving injuredMajkowski in opening quarter. Threw for a season-high289 yards against Bengals on 22-of-39 passing…Madefirst NFL start on Sept. 27 vs. Pittsburgh and respondedby completing 14 of 19 passes for 210 yards and two TDs,including a 76-yarder to Sharpe, with no interceptions…Staged an inspiring performance vs. Philadelphia (Nov.15), leading the Packers to a 27-24, come-from-behindvictory despite suffering a first-degree separation of hisleft (non-throwing) shoulder early in the game on a hitfrom future teammate Reggie White. Completed 23 of 33for 275 yards and two scores with two interceptions inupset of Eagles.1991Was a second-round draft selection by theFalcons (33rd overall and third QB, after DanMcGwire and Todd Marinovich)…Completed 14 of 32passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns, with oneinterception, in the preseason…Active for three gamesduring the regular season, he played in two (Oct. 27 vs.L.A. Rams and Nov. 10 at Washington), officially attemptingfour incomplete passes in Redskins contest…Afterthe 2004 season, Elias Sports Bureau changed Favre’sofficial passing attempts for that Washington game; inresearching Favre’s early career, viewing a tape of theCBS broadcast, Elias determined that Favre actually threwfour passes in the game (the RFK Stadium press box hadmistakenly credited him with five attempts in hand-writtenstatistics).collegeLed his Southern Mississippi team to 29victories, including two bowl triumphs,during four varsity seasons (1987-90), and climaxedhis collegiate career by earning a ‘Most Valuable Player’award in the East-West Shrine game featuring the nation’sbest seniors…Set school records for passing yards(8,193), pass attempts (1,234), completions (656), passingpercentage (53.0) and touchdowns (55), with only35 interceptions…His production included five 300-yardpassing games and five three-TD performances, while his7,695 regular-season passing yards ranked him amongthe top 30 of all-time NCAA passers…His 1.57 interceptionratio in 1988 was the lowest among the 50 top-rankedpassers in the nation, and his 2.9 interception rate for hisMISC.Nov., 1991 — Braatz is relieved on Nov. 20. One weeklater, the Packers hire Wolf and give him full control of GreenBay football operations.Dec. 1, 1991 — Green Bay’s first game after Wolf’s hiringis a trip to Atlanta Fulton County Stadium. Before a 35-31 loss, inpregame warmups, Wolf scouts Favre, the player he missed byone pick in the draft seven months earlier with the Jets.Feb. 10, 1992 — In his second trade as Packers generalmanager, Wolf takes the choice acquired in ’91 from Philadelphia(17th overall, the Eagles were 10-6 in 1991) and sends it toAtlanta for Favre…The Falcons later traded that 17th pick to Dallas for theCowboys’ first-round position (19th) and fourth-round choice(104th) in the same draft; Dallas chose CB Kevin Smith fromTexas A&M with its pick acquired from Atlanta, through GreenBay; the Falcons chose Favre’s former Southern Mississippiteammate Tony Smith (RB) at No. 19 and selected CB FrankieSmith from Baylor at No. 104.524 25


four-year career (based on 34 in 1,169 regular-seasonattempts) also ranks as one of the best in NCAA history…Overcame injuries in a serious summer car accident priorto his senior year to lead his team to an 8-3 record andjust eight points from an undefeated season…Sufferedinternal injuries in the accident on July 14, 1990, hesubsequently had 30 inches of his intestines surgicallyremoved 24 days later (Aug. 7)…Shocked his coachesand teammates by returning to the starting lineup a monthlater (Sept. 8) and escorting the Golden Eagles to an upsetover Alabama… Also was MVP of All-American Bowl atconclusion of senior year…Became starter at SouthernMiss in third game of his freshman season…Majored inspecial education.personalGiven name Brett Lorenzo Favre…Bornin Gulfport, Miss. …Grew up in Kiln,Miss. (pronounced KILL)…Married long-time girlfriendDeanna Tynes on July 14, 1996, after a 12-year courtship,the couple has two daughters, Brittany, 19, andBreleigh, 9…Earned five letters in baseball (he led team inbatting all five seasons) and three in football at HancockNorth Central High School in Kiln, where his late father,Irvin, was his coach…Played quarterback and strongsafety, also serving as punter and placekicker…Playedin Mississippi high school all star game following seniorseason…Had his high school jersey (No. 10) retired inApril of 1993; school further honored him May 8, 2004,by re-naming its field, ‘Brett Favre Field,’ and dedicatinga new life-sized statue of Favre displayed at the entranceto the stadium…Also had the No. 4 jersey he had wornat Southern Mississippi retired in September of 1993…Was inducted into the Southern Miss Sports Hall ofFame in April of 1997 and was named to the SouthernMississippi Football Team of the Century in 2001…Fatherpitched for Southern Mississippi baseball varsity…Olderbrother, Scott, played quarterback for Mississippi Stateand younger brother, Jeff, was a free safety on SouthernMississippi football team…Sister, Brandi, is a former‘Miss Teen Mississippi’…Grew up idolizing a pair ofSouthern quarterbacks, the Saints’ Archie Manning andthe Cowboys’ Staubach…Established the ‘Brett FavreFourward Foundation’ in 1996, its mission to provide aid todisadvantaged or disabled children residing in Mississippiand Wisconsin; in conjunction with his annual golf tournament,celebrity softball game and fundraising dinners,foundation has donated in excess of $3 million to charitiesin the two states…In 2005 the charity took on a newcause, raising money in support of HurricaneKatrina relief; the efforts raised approximately $1million to be used in the state’s three Gulf Coastcounties: Hancock, Harrison and Jackson…Alsoin 2005, his wife founded a charity, the DeannaFavre Hope Foundation to benefit uninsured andunderinsured breast cancer patients; Deannaunderwent successful treatment in 2004 forthe disease…“A Night of Faith,” a dinner andconcert featuring Grammy-winning artist FaithHill was held March 12, 2005, in Biloxi, Miss.;the evening raised more than $400,000 forher foundation, with proceeds used to endowassistance programs at Memorial Hospital inGulfport, Miss., and Forrest General Hospital inHattiesburg, Miss. …Held eight editions (2000-07) of the ‘Brett Favre Celebrity Softball Game’at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, Wis.;the event raised more than $800,000…Held 12 annualMississippi celebrity golf tournaments, many featuringa concert by country music superstar Tim McGraw…Annual fundraising dinner in Green Bay has featured Hallof Famers Starr and Paul Hornung; in eight years theevent raised more than half a million dollars…In 2003and ’04, hosted a similar dinner at his Hattiesburg home,raising $140,000…Also raised more than $1.3 million forthe Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay over 12 seasons by525RECORDS BRETT & HISTORY FAVREdonating $200 for each touchdown pass and rushing TDhe has, a monetary total augmented by matching corporatecontributions…Ran a similar program, benefiting ascholarship fund at Southern Miss, during the 1997 and’98 seasons, which raised roughly $250,000…Taped apublic service announcement in the 2000 offseason forlocal and state Red Cross Awareness, himself more awareof disaster-type situations after experiencing a harrowing,early-March tornado that year at his Hattiesburg, Miss.,residence, the storm heavily damaging his property andleaving him fearing for his life…Received the ‘CommunityService Award’ from the Green Bay Chamber of Commercein August of 1997 in recognition of his work with thearea Boys & Girls Club, in addition to Special Olympicsand Cystic Fibrosis…Has worked at Thanksgiving withthe Salvation Army in Green Bay and Gulfport, Miss., todonate food baskets to needy families…Was named asone of 100 “Good Guys” in sports by The Sporting Newsin July of 2000 in recognition of his civic responsibility andcharacter…Gave time during the 1993-95 seasons as thePackers’ player representative to the state Punt, Pass &Kick competition…Had his fourth grade teacher, Billy RayDedeaux of Hancock North Central Elementary School inhis native Kiln, Miss., named as the NFL’s ‘Teacher of theMonth’ for September, 1994…Formerly was a co-owner,along with Dale Jarrett, of a NASCAR Busch racing team,sponsored by Rayovac…Is a partner in ‘Brett Favre’sSteakhouse’ in Green Bay, and its sister operation, ‘BrettFavre’s Two Minute Grill,’ located in the Lambeau FieldAtrium…Sold over 100,000 copies of his authorizedautobiography, entitled Favre For The Record…, whichwas published by Doubleday late in the summer of1997; an updated version of thebook, which included a chapteron the ‘97 season and SuperBowl XXXII, came out in paperbackin September of 1998…With his family, in 1999 publishedFavre Family Cookbook:Three Generations of Cajun andCreole Cooking from the GulfCoast, combining the best ofMississippi-style seafood withADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTSRECORDS &2007 REVIEW HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWRECORDS &HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.RECORDS BRETT FAVRE & HISTORYthe award-winning recipes of the Brett Favre Steakhouse,recipes from the entire family along with family anecdotesand photos…In 2004, authored, with his mother,Bonita, FAVRE, an updated biography co-published bythe National Football League and Rugged Land; the bookhas sold nearly 270,000 copies and spent three monthson the New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction Best-SellerList, peaking at No. 5…Has an official Web site, www.officialbrettfavre.com…Hasbeen one of the country’s mostmarketable athletes since leading Green Bay to a SuperBowl victory in January 1997…Has shot commericals forRayovac and Prilosec OTC and in 2007 signed an agreementwith Wrangler…In 2005 appeared in commercialsfor Sensodyne Toothpaste, Starter (owned by Nike), FordMotor Company and Snapper lawn care equipment…Alsocontinues his endorsement of Nike…In 2003 appearedin a popular national ad for MasterCard, with his wife,Deanna, as part of the company’s “…Priceless” campaign…Hadover two million of his candy bars, the ‘BrettFavre MVP Bar,’ sold through fund-raising groups in itsfirst year (1997-98), the most ever sold by the MorleyCandy Company…Made an appearance near the end ofthe hit 1998 movie There’s Something About Mary as themysterious boyfriend of Mary, co-star Cameron Diaz’scharacter…Previously had made a cameo as a janitorin Reggie’s Prayer, the 1997 movie project of ReggieWhite…Served as a pallbearer at White’s funeral, Dec.30, 2004…Has been a guest on The Tonight Show, TheLate Show and The Late, Late Show; played himself in oneepisode of HBO series Arli$$…Formerly an avid golfer,carried a handicap in the “one to two” range – down fromthe 15 he carried as recently as 1998, before reducing hishours on the course after the ‘05 season to spend moretime with his family…Participated in the pro-am at the2006 Ford Championship at Doral as part of a promotionwith Phil Mickelson and Toby Keith…In 2005 participatedin the U.S. Bank Championship pro-am and charity shootoutat Milwaukee’s Brown Deer Park golf course, the siteAttempts61 vs. San Francisco, 10/14/9658 at Chicago, 12/4/0555 vs. New Orleans, 9/17/0654 at Chicago, 12/5/9351 vs. Miami, 9/11/94vs. St. Louis, 9/3/95at Carolina, 11/27/00vs. Chicago, 12/25/0550 Three times(last: vs. Min., 12/21/06)Completions36 at Chicago, 12/5/9333 at Atlanta, 10/4/92at Houston T., 11/21/04vs. Minnesota, 11/11/0732 vs. Cleveland, 9/18/05at Minnesota, 9/30/0731 Nine times(last: at Detroit, 11/22/07)Passing Yards402 at Chicago, 12/5/93399 at Oakland, 12/22/03395 vs. San Francisco, 10/14/96390 vs. Tampa Bay, 10/10/99388 at Carolina, 9/27/98Completion Percentage*82.1 at Cleveland, 11/19/9579.5 at Minnesota, 11/22/9879.4 vs. Baltimore, 10/14/0179.3 vs. Dallas, 10/24/0478.9 vs. Detroit, 12/6/9225 526of the annual PGA tour stop…Also enjoys hunting, TVnature programs, crossword puzzles, fishing and tendingto his home and land on the 460 acres he owns inHattiesburg, Miss. …Resides in Hattiesburg.FAVRE’S 44 TOUCHDOWN TARGETSBrett Favre in 2007 padded his career list of touchdown targetsto 44, adding James Jones and Koren Robinson.The quarterback notched his first two touchdown passes Sept.20, 1992, vs. Cincinnati. In rallying Green Bay to a 24-23 win, heconnected with Sterling Sharpe and Kitrick Taylor, respectively.Favre’s 57 connections with Antonio Freeman represent thesixth most by any duo in history — and most in Packers annals.Only Peyton Manning-Marvin Harrison, Steve Young-Jerry Rice,Dan Marino-Mark Clayton, Jim Kelly-Andre Reed and JohnnyUnitas-Raymond Berry have combined for more touchdowns.Players on the other end of Favre’s 442 TD passes (regularseasongames only):Antonio Freeman .......57Sterling Sharpe ........41Donald Driver ..........36Robert Brooks .........32Bubba Franks ..........29Bill Schroeder. .........19Javon Walker ..........19Mark Chmura ..........16Dorsey Levens .........16Ahman Green ..........14Greg Jennings .........14William Henderson. .....13Tyrone Davis ..........12Robert Ferguson .......12Keith Jackson. .........11Edgar Bennett. .........10David Martin. ...........9Donald Lee .............8Anthony Morgan ........8Corey Bradford. .........7Jackie Harris ...........6Antonio Chatman ........5FAVRE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHSTouchdown Passes5 vs. Chicago, 11/12/95vs. Minnesota, 9/21/97at Carolina, 9/27/984 at Tampa Bay, 10/24/93at Dallas, 11/24/94vs. Minnesota, 10/22/95at New Orleans, 12/16/95at Tampa Bay, 9/1/96at Seattle, 9/29/96at Chicago, 10/6/96vs. Detroit, 11/3/96vs. Denver, 12/8/96vs. Dallas, 11/23/97vs. Oakland, 9/12/99at San Diego, 12/14/03at Oakland, 12/22/03at Indianapolis, 9/26/04vs. Minnesota, 11/14/04at Carolina, 10/3/05Interceptions^5 at Cincinnati, 10/30/054 at Detroit, 1/2/94vs. Seattle, 11/1/99at Tampa Bay, 11/24/02vs. Minnesota, 9/7/03vs. Chicago, 12/25/05^—Threw six INT at StL (1/20/02) in ‘01playoffsPasser Rating*154.9 at Oakland, 12/22/03147.2 vs. Chicago, 11/12/95143.6 vs. Tampa Bay, 11/26/95142.8 at New Orleans, 12/16/95142.6 vs. Tennessee, 12/20/98Tony Fisher ............5Derrick Mayes ..........5Don Beebe .............4Ruvell Martin ...........4Mark Clayton ...........3Mark Ingram ...........3Terry Mickens ..........3Terry Glenn ............2Noah Herron. ...........2James Jones ...........2Charles Jordan ..........2Jeff Thomason ..........2Ed West ...............2Reggie Cobb. ...........1Samkon Gado. ..........1Charles Lee ............1Andre Rison ............1Koren Robinson .........1Harry Sydney ...........1Kitrick Taylor ...........1Darrell Thompson .......1Wesley Walls ...........1Longest Passes99t at Chicago, 9/11/95(to Robert Brooks)#90t vs. N.Y. Giants, 1/20/08(to Donald Driver)85t at Chicago, 10/7/02(to Donald Driver)84t vs. Detroit, 9/6/98(to Antonio Freeman)84t at Minnesota, 11/17/02(to Donald Driver)82t at Minnesota, 11/12/06(to Donald Driver)82t at Denver, 10/29/07(to Greg Jennings)+81t vs. New England, 1/26/97(to Antonio Freeman)80t at Minnesota, 9/22/96(to Don Beebe)80t vs. San Francisco, 9/1/98(to Antonio Freeman)80t vs. Oakland, 12/9/07(to Greg Jennings)79t at Indianapolis, 9/26/04(to Javon Walker)79t at Denver, 10/29/07(to James Jones)Longest Runs40 at Jacksonville, 9/24/9536t at Chicago, 10/31/9435 vs. Tennessee, 12/20/98+ — Super Bowl XXXI# — NFC Championship Game* — Minimum 20 attempts


Br e t t Fa v r e’s Pr o St a t i s t i c sPASSING yds/ ydsYear Team GP GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Att TD Int Lg Sk Lst Rating1991 Atlanta ........... 2 0 4 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 2 0 1 11 0.01992 Green Bay ....... 15 13 471 302 64.1 3,227 6.9 18 13 76t 34 208 85.31993 Green Bay ....... 16 16 522 318 60.9 3,303 6.3 19 24 66t 30 199 72.21994 Green Bay ....... 16 16 582 363 62.4 3,882 6.7 33 14 49 31 188 90.71995 Green Bay ....... 16 16 570 359 63.0 *4,413 7.7 *38 13 *99t 33 217 99.51996 Green Bay ....... 16 16 543 325 59.9 3,899 7.2 *39 13 80t 40 241 95.81997 Green Bay ....... 16 16 513 304 59.3 3,867 7.5 *35 16 74 25 176 92.61998 Green Bay ....... 16 16 551 *347 *63.0 *4,212 7.6 31 23 84t 38 223 87.81999 Green Bay ....... 16 16 *595 341 57.3 4,091 6.9 22 23 74t 35 223 74.72000 Green Bay ....... 16 16 580 338 58.3 3,812 6.6 20 16 67t 33 236 78.02001 Green Bay ....... 16 16 510 314 61.6 3,921 7.7 32 15 67t 22 151 94.12002 Green Bay ....... 16 16 551 341 61.9 3,658 6.6 27 16 85t 26 188 85.62003 Green Bay ....... 16 16 471 308 65.4 3,361 7.1 *32 21 66t 19 137 90.42004 Green Bay ....... 16 16 540 346 64.1 4,088 7.6 30 17 79t 12 93 92.42005 Green Bay ....... 16 16 *607 *372 61.3 3,881 6.4 20 *29 59 24 170 70.92006 Green Bay ....... 16 16 *613 343 56.0 3,885 6.3 18 18 82t 21 134 72.72007 Green Bay ....... 16 16 535 356 66.5 4,155 7.8 28 15 82t 15 93 95.7NFL totals (17 years) . 257 253 8,758 5,377 61.4 61,655 7.0 442 288 99t 4392,888 85.7Green Bay totals. ....255 253 8,754 5,377 61.4 61,655 7.0 442 286 99t 4382,877 85.8Career record as starter: 160-93 (.632); 8-5 (.615) in 1992, 9-7 (.563) in 1993, 9-7 (.563) in 1994, 11-5 (.688) in1995, 13-3 (.813) in 1996, 13-3 (.813) in 1997, 11-5 (.688) in 1998, 8-8 (.500) in 1999, 9-7 (.563) in 2000, 12-4 (.750)in 2001, 12-4 (.750) in 2002, 10-6 (.625) in 2003, 10-6 (.625) in 2004, 4-12 (.250) in 2005; 8-8 (.500) in 2006; 13-3(.813) in 2007. *Led NFLPLAYOFFS yds/ ydsYear Team GP GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Att TD Int Lg Sk Lst Rating1993 Green Bay ........ 2 2 71 43 60.6 535 7.5 5 3 48 2 4 89.81994 Green Bay ........ 2 2 73 41 56.2 473 6.5 0 1 59 2 15 70.21995 Green Bay ........ 3 3 102 66 64.7 805 7.9 8 2 73t 6 41 106.91996 Green Bay ........ 3 3 71 44 62.0 617 8.7 5 1 81t 7 60 107.51997 Green Bay ........ 3 3 97 56 57.7 668 6.9 5 3 40 6 23 83.21998 Green Bay ........ 1 1 35 20 57.1 292 8.3 2 2 47 1 10 79.72001 Green Bay ........ 2 2 73 48 65.8 550 7.5 4 7 51 3 23 67.02002 Green Bay ........ 1 1 42 20 47.6 247 5.9 1 2 37 2 14 54.42003 Green Bay ........ 2 2 66 41 62.1 499 7.6 3 1 44 1 9 94.22004 Green Bay ........ 1 1 33 22 66.7 216 6.5 1 4 28 2 15 55.42007 Green Bay ........ 2 2 58 37 63.8 409 7.1 5 2 90t 1 0 99.0Postseason (11 years) . 22 22 721 438 60.8 5,311 7.4 39 28 90t 33 214 85.2Career postseason record as starter: 12-10 (.545)RUSHINGYear Team Att Yds Avg Lg TD1991 Atlanta ............ 0 0 0.0 0 01992 Green Bay. ........ 47 198 4.2 19 11993 Green Bay. ........ 58 216 3.7 27 11994 Green Bay. ........ 42 202 4.8 36t 21995 Green Bay. ........ 39 181 4.6 40 31996 Green Bay. ........ 49 136 2.8 23 21997 Green Bay. ........ 58 187 3.2 16 11998 Green Bay. ........ 40 133 3.3 35 11999 Green Bay. ........ 28 142 5.1 20 02000 Green Bay. ........ 27 108 4.0 18 02001 Green Bay. ........ 38 56 1.5 14 12002 Green Bay. ........ 25 73 2.9 17 02003 Green Bay. ........ 18 15 0.8 7 02004 Green Bay. ........ 16 36 2.3 17 02005 Green Bay. ........ 18 62 3.4 20 02006 Green Bay. ........ 23 29 1.3 14 12007 Green Bay. ........ 29 12 0.4 21 0NFL totals ............555 1,786 3.2 40 13Additional statistics: Ran for 2-point conversion in ’97 playoffs vs.TB, 1/4/98; Caught one pass, for minus-7 yards, from himself, atTB, 9/13/92 (first Packers attempt); Forced fumble (Pepper Johnson,at NYG, 11/8/92). Miscellaneous tackles — 2 in 1992, 4 in 1993, 2in 1994, 2 in 1995, 1 in 1996, 1 in 1999, 1 in 2000, 2 in 2002, 1 in2003, 2 in 2005; NFL total: 18. Fumbles-Lost — 12-4 in 1992, 14-6in 1993, 7-3 in 1994, 8-4 in 1995, 11-4 in 1996, 7-4 in 1997, 8-2 in1998, 9-4 in 1999, 9-5 in 2000, 16-6 in 2001, 10-4 in 2002, 5-2 in2003, 4-1 in 2004, 10-7 in 2005, 8-5 in 2006, 9-3 in 2007.CAREER TRANSACTIONSu1991u1992u1994RECORDS BRETT & HISTORY FAVRESelected by Atlanta Falcons in second round(33rd overall) of ’91 NFL Draft, April 21…Signed first contract, July 19.Traded by Atlanta to Green Bay Packers forfirst-round selection (17th overall, later traded byFalcons to Dallas, who chose CB Kevin Smith) in‘92 draft, Feb. 10.Re-signed by Green Bay as restricted freeagent, July 14.u1997 Signed seven-year contract extension, July 25.u2001 Signed 10-year contract extension, March 1.u2008 Placed on reserve/retired, April 25.NFL debut: vs. L.A. Rams, 10/27/91, with AtlantaPackers debut: at Tampa Bay, 9/13/92First NFL start: vs. Pittsburgh, 9/27/92Last game missed: vs. Min., 9/6/92 (dressed, DNP)Last start missed: vs. Cincinnati, 9/20/92 (played)First GB pass: completion to himself, at Tampa Bay,9/13/92First TD pass: to Sterling Sharpe, 5 yards, vs. Cin.,9/20/92First INT: at Washington, 11/10/91, with Atlanta(A.Collins, 15-yd TD return)ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTSRECORDS &2007 REVIEW HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.527 25


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWRECORDS &HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.RECORDS BRETT FAVRE & HISTORY2007Br e t t Fa v r e v s. t h e NFLCAREEROpp W L G Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int Sk Rtg W L G Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int Sk RtgChicago. ....0 2 2 72 46 475 63.9 1 4 2 64.3 22 10 32 1076 664 7660 61.7 53 38 49 84.9Detroit. .....2 0 2 52 40 480 76.9 5 0 0 136.7 23 9 32 1127 709 8254 62.9 54 37 55 87.3Minnesota ...2 0 2 91 65 695 71.4 5 0 1 111.7 17 14 31 1074 666 7379 62.0 54 33 50 86.3NFC North . 4 2 6 215 151 1650 70.2 11 4 3 101.9 62 33 95 3277 2039 23293 62.2 161 108 154 86.2Own Division 4 2 6 215 151 1650 70.2 11 4 3 101.9 76 38 116 4082 2541 28812 62.2 199 124 205 87.0Dallas ......0 1 1 14 5 56 35.7 0 2 0 8.9 2 6 8 283 166 1697 58.7 13 6 13 82.4N.Y. Giants . . 1 0 1 38 29 286 76.3 3 1 1 112.4 4 2 6 188 118 1398 62.8 10 5 8 92.0Philadelphia .1 0 1 42 23 206 54.8 0 1 4 58.2 5 7 12 410 221 2538 53.9 12 20 28 62.2Washington. .1 0 1 37 19 188 51.4 0 2 2 43.5 4 0 5 118 70 802 59.3 4 8 6 62.9NFC East .. 3 1 4 131 76 736 58.0 3 6 7 62.4 15 15 31 999 575 6435 57.6 39 39 55 73.6Atlanta. ..... - - - - - - - - - - - 3 2 5 191 129 1395 67.5 8 6 9 89.7Carolina. ....1 0 1 30 22 218 73.3 3 0 1 126.8 6 3 9 338 210 2385 62.1 23 12 18 91.1New Orleans . - - - - - - - - - - - 3 2 5 188 118 1283 62.8 13 2 11 101.4Tampa Bay . . - - - - - - - - - - - 15 7 23 774 474 5125 61.2 37 23 44 84.3NFC South. 1 0 1 30 22 218 73.3 3 0 1 126.8 27 14 42 1491 931 10188 62.4 81 43 82 88.7Arizona ..... - - - - - - - - - - - 3 1 4 123 78 1013 63.4 5 2 3 96.0StL/LARm ...1 0 1 30 19 225 63.3 2 2 0 80.6 7 3 11 347 212 2399 61.1 18 13 18 83.5San Fran.. ... - - - - - - - - - - - 7 0 7 233 144 1808 61.8 12 8 10 88.8Seattle. ..... - - - - - - - - - - - 3 2 5 167 96 1099 57.5 9 8 10 75.4NFC West . 1 0 1 30 19 225 63.3 2 2 0 80.6 20 6 27 870 530 6319 60.9 44 31 41 85.1Baltimore ... - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 3 104 63 741 60.6 5 4 3 82.3Cincinnati ... - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 4 156 102 1181 65.4 7 7 10 84.4Cleveland ... - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2 4 133 93 914 69.9 9 2 5 105.3Pittsburgh ... - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2 4 125 79 959 63.2 4 2 8 90.7AFC North ..- - - - - - - - - - - 8 6 15 518 337 3795 65.1 25 15 26 90.8Buffalo ..... - - - - - - - - - - - 2 3 5 173 102 1040 59.0 9 5 9 81.6Miami ...... - - - - - - - - - - - 3 2 5 182 111 1202 61.0 7 3 11 86.4New England. - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2 4 123 70 753 56.9 7 2 8 87.2N.Y. Jets .... - - - - - - - - - - - 1 3 4 142 74 721 52.1 5 4 5 66.7AFC East ...- - - - - - - - - - - 8 10 18 620 357 3716 57.6 28 14 33 80.7Houston T. .. - - - - - - - - - - - 1 0 1 50 33 383 66.0 1 2 0 79.0Indianapolis . - - - - - - - - - - - 1 2 3 105 71 1024 67.6 9 3 6 115.7Jacksonville . - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 3 116 74 931 63.8 7 4 5 94.4Ten/HouO ... - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2 4 134 77 945 57.5 8 5 7 83.7AFC South. .- - - - - - - - - - - 6 5 11 405 255 3283 63.0 25 14 18 94.5Denver .....1 0 1 27 21 331 77.8 2 0 1 142.4 4 1 5 141 80 1082 56.7 8 9 5 73.7Kansas City ..1 0 1 34 24 360 70.6 2 2 1 100.1 1 3 4 153 96 1159 62.7 7 7 12 82.1Oak/LARd ...1 0 1 23 15 266 65.2 2 1 0 115.5 4 0 4 128 79 1188 61.7 11 4 6 107.8San Diego ...1 0 1 45 28 369 62.2 3 0 2 110.3 5 0 5 156 98 1197 62.8 13 4 7 103.5AFC West . 4 0 4 129 88 1326 69.0 9 3 4 115.3 14 4 18 578 353 4626 61.0 39 24 30 91.5NFC ...... 9 3 12 406 268 2829 66.0 19 12 11 89.4 123 67 193 6568 4041 45846 61.5 320 217 327 84.9AFC ...... 4 0 4 129 88 1326 68.2 9 3 4 115.3 37 26 64 2190 1336 15809 61.0 122 71 112 88.1W L G Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int Sk Rtg W L G Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int Sk RtgHome ......7 1 8 274 178 2019 65.0 14 6 10 94.8 96 30 126 4247 2611 30195 61.5 226 132 230 87.7Road .......6 2 8 261 178 2136 68.2 14 9 5 96.5 64 63 127 4511 2766 31460 61.3 216 156 209 83.8September ..4 0 4 170 112 1205 65.9 8 2 8 97.3 36 21 59 2099 1298 14904 61.8 117 62 125 89.5October .....2 1 3 104 69 841 66.3 3 4 4 84.7 30 26 57 1906 1167 13361 61.2 90 62 84 84.5November ...4 1 5 165 115 1366 69.7 11 4 2 106.8 41 27 69 2321 1433 16328 61.7 119 84 121 84.9December ...3 1 4 96 60 743 62.5 6 5 1 85.5 49 18 67 2281 1390 15791 60.9 108 74 101 84.0January ..... - - - - - - - - - - - 4 1 5 151 89 1271 58.9 8 6 8 87.4In Wins/Ties 13 0 13 449 305 3624 67.9 27 9 13 104.0 160 0 160 5232 3304 39272 63.1 328 119 249 97.4In Losses ...0 3 3 86 51 531 59.3 1 6 2 52.0 0 93 93 3526 2073 22383 58.8 114 169 190 68.3First half .... - - - 288 184 2162 63.9 11 8 8 87.8 - - - 4626 2829 32592 61.2 235 140 223 86.7Second half. . - - - 247 172 1993 69.6 17 7 7 104.9 - - - 4132 2548 29063 61.7 207 148 216 84.6Lst 2:00, half. - - 78 52 552 66.7 1 3 3 75.4 - - - 1247 720 8552 57.7 67 49 58 80.3As Starter . . 13 3 16 535 356 4155 66.5 28 15 15 95.7 160 93 253 8701 5347 61293 61.5 440 285 429 85.9Non-starts. .. - - - - - - - - - - - 0 0 4 57 30 362 52.6 2 3 10 62.2Fourth Qtr ... - - - 123 77 930 62.6 7 4 5 91.2 - - - 2068 1246 14115 60.3 98 92 123 78.0Overtime ....1 0 1 1 1 82 100.0 1 0 0 158.3 5 3 - 19 12 240 63.2 2 0 1 141.9Winning .... - - - 267 187 2233 70.0 17 6 6 107.2 - - - 3266 2042 23934 62.5 192 93 166 92.5Tied. ....... - - - 133 78 873 58.6 4 3 4 78.9 - - - 1770 1074 12350 60.7 84 47 94 86.5Behind. ..... - - - 135 91 1049 67.4 7 6 5 89.4 - - - 3722 2261 25371 60.7 166 148 179 79.4Sunday ....11 2 13 453 299 3387 66.0 23 13 14 93.2 135 73 212 7250 4471 50798 61.7 360 238 361 85.5Monday. ....1 0 1 27 21 331 77.8 2 0 1 142.4 18 15 33 1120 661 7878 59.0 57 37 62 83.8Saturday .... - - - - - - - - - - - 3 0 3 84 57 755 67.9 9 1 3 126.8Thursday. ...1 1 2 55 36 437 65.5 3 2 0 92.8 3 5 8 211 125 1570 59.2 9 10 9 76.9Friday ...... - - - - - - - - - - - 1 0 1 43 30 365 69.8 3 1 1 109.2Grass ......9 2 11 367 240 2863 65.4 18 10 13 94.1 136 52 188 6376 3893 45097 61.1 337 203 319 86.8Artificial. ....4 1 5 168 116 1292 69.0 10 5 2 99.1 24 41 65 2382 1484 16558 62.3 105 85 120 82.8Outside ....10 3 13 419 274 3205 65.4 21 13 14 92.2 139 69 212 7113 4325 49880 60.8 362 231 361 85.4Domes .....3 0 3 116 82 950 70.7 7 2 1 108.0 21 24 45 1645 1052 11775 64.0 80 57 78 87.0528 25Regular-season games only


1991, ATLANTADate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 1 KC (did not play)O 27 LARm 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 - -N 10 at Was 4 0 0 0.0 0 2 0 1 - 0.0TWO GAMES 4 0 0 0.0 0 2 0 1 - 0.01992, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 6 Min (did not play)S 13 at TB 14 8 73 57.1 0 1 20 4 - 41.7S 20 Cin 39 22 289 56.4 2 0 42 5 - 97.1S 27 Pit 19 14 210 73.7 2 0 76t 2 W 144.6O 4 at Atl 43 33 276 76.7 1 1 24 2 L 90.8O 18 at Cle 33 20 223 60.6 0 0 21 2 L 80.7O 25 Chi 37 20 214 54.1 1 1 45 4 L 69.0N 1 at Det 37 22 212 59.5 2 0 30t 2 W 93.5N 8 at NYG 44 27 279 61.4 0 3 43 1 L 51.2N 15 Phi 33 23 275 69.7 2 2 34 2 W 89.8N 22 at Chi 24 16 209 66.7 1 0 49t 1 W 107.8N 29 TB 41 26 223 63.4 1 0 27 1 W 85.7D 6 Det 19 15 214 78.9 3 0 65t 1 W 153.2D 13 at HouO 30 19 155 63.3 1 1 21 3 W 73.6D 20 LARm 23 14 188 60.9 2 1 43 3 W 97.7D 27 at Min 35 23 187 65.7 0 3 29 1 L 43.415 GAMES 471 302 3227 64.1 18 13 76t 34 8-5 85.31993, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 5 LARm 29 19 264 65.5 2 1 50t 3 W 103.2S 12 Phi 24 12 111 50.0 2 2 28 1 L 56.1S 26 at Min 31 20 150 64.5 0 2 16 0 L 49.1O 3 at Dal 37 21 174 56.8 0 0 20 1 L 69.0O 10 Den 32 20 235 62.5 1 3 66t 0 W 56.1O 24 at TB 35 20 268 57.1 4 1 51 2 W 107.8O 31 Chi 24 15 136 62.5 1 1 21t 2 W 74.3N 8 at KC 34 20 213 58.8 1 3 35t 4 L 50.2N 14 at NO 32 18 150 56.3 1 0 54 6 W 78.9N 21 Det 33 24 259 72.7 0 2 36 1 W 70.1N 28 TB 36 23 159 63.9 1 0 28 2 W 83.0D 5 at Chi 54 36 402 66.7 2 3 34 1 L 77.9D 12 at SD 23 13 146 56.5 0 1 25 2 W 57.5D 19 Min 33 20 256 60.6 2 1 42 1 L 92.5D 26 LARd 28 14 190 50.0 1 0 26 2 W 83.9J 2 at Det 37 23 190 62.2 1 4 39t 2 L 44.716 GAMES 522 318 3303 60.9 19 24 66t 30 9-7 72.2J 8 at Det 1 26 15 204 57.7 3 1 40t 0 W 105.3J 16 at Dal 2 45 28 331 62.2 2 2 48 2 L 80.9PLAYOFFS 71 43 535 60.6 5 3 48 2 1-1 89.8Br e t t Fa v r e Ca r e e r Ga m e -b y-Ga m e1 NFC Wild Card Playoff; 2 NFC Divisional Playoff1994, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 4 Min 36 22 185 61.1 1 0 24 3 W 83.7S 11 Mia 51 31 362 60.8 2 1 35 4 L 87.2S 18 at Phi 45 24 280 53.3 1 2 48 6 L 61.3S 25 TB 39 30 306 76.9 3 0 36 0 W 124.5O 2 at NE 47 25 294 53.2 1 2 38 4 L 61.8O 9 LARm 41 25 222 61.0 1 1 26 2 W 73.4O 20 at Min 10 6 32 60.0 0 1 7 1 L 25.8O 31 at Chi 15 6 82 40.0 1 0 22 0 W 80.4N 6 Det 36 24 237 66.7 3 1 28t 1 W 101.3N 13 NYJ 28 20 183 71.4 2 0 17t 1 W 112.6N 20 at Buf 40 22 214 55.0 3 1 29t 1 L 84.8N 24 at Dal 40 27 257 67.5 4 0 36t 2 L 118.4D 4 at Det 43 29 366 67.4 3 2 47t 1 L 97.6D 11 Chi 31 19 250 61.3 3 1 35 2 W 105.6D 18 Atl 44 29 321 65.9 2 1 40 2 W 93.1D 24 at TB 36 24 291 66.7 3 1 49 1 W 107.516 GAMES 582 363 3882 62.4 33 14 49 31 9-7 90.7D 31 Det 1 38 23 262 60.5 0 0 33 1 W 81.3J 8 at Dal 2 35 18 211 51.4 0 1 59 1 L 58.2PLAYOFFS 73 41 473 56.2 0 1 59 2 1-1 70.21 NFC Wild Card Playoff; 2 NFC Divisional PlayoffRECORDS BRETT & HISTORY FAVRE1995, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 3 StL 51 29 299 56.9 2 3 29 4 L 62.5S 11 at Chi 37 21 312 56.8 3 1 99t 2 W 100.3S 17 NYG 25 14 141 56.0 2 0 19t 4 W 98.9S 24 at Jax 30 20 202 66.7 2 1 29t 2 W 94.0O 8 at Dal 41 21 295 51.2 1 1 30 0 L 72.7O 15 Det 34 23 342 67.7 2 0 35 2 W 120.0O 22 Min 43 22 295 51.2 4 0 32 3 W 104.3O 29 at Det 43 26 304 60.5 1 3 77t 1 L 60.6N 5 at Min 30 17 177 56.7 0 2 21 4 L 46.1N 12 Chi 33 25 336 75.8 5 0 44t 3 W 147.2N 19 at Cle 28 23 210 82.1 3 0 27 2 W 133.6N 26 TB 24 16 267 66.7 3 0 54t 1 W 143.6D 3 Cin 43 31 339 72.1 3 1 29 1 W 108.6D 10 at TB 46 27 285 58.7 1 1 35 0 L 75.0D 16 at NO 30 21 308 70.0 4 0 40t 2 W 142.8D 24 Pit 32 23 301 71.9 2 0 28 2 W 122.016 GAMES 570 359 4413 63.0 38 13 99t 33 11-5 99.5D 31 Atl 1 35 24 199 68.6 3 0 20 1 W 111.5J 6 at SF 2 28 21 299 75.0 2 0 53 1 W 132.9J 14 at Dal 3 39 21 307 53.9 3 2 73t 4 L 84.0PLAYOFFS 102 66 805 64.7 8 2 73t 6 2-1 106.91 NFC Wild Card Playoff; 2 NFC Divisional Playoff; 3 NFC Championship1996, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 1 at TB 27 20 247 74.1 4 0 51t 1 W 141.5S 9 Phi 31 17 261 54.8 3 0 38 1 W 115.1S 15 SD 33 22 231 66.7 3 1 32 2 W 104.5S 22 at Min 27 14 198 51.9 2 1 80t 7 L 85.1S 29 at Sea 34 20 209 58.8 4 0 28 2 W 115.9O 6 at Chi 27 18 246 66.7 4 1 50t 2 W 119.8O 14 SF 61 28 395 45.9 1 2 59t 2 W 59.1O 27 TB 31 19 178 61.3 0 1 26 2 W 63.6N 3 Det 35 24 281 68.6 4 1 65t 4 W 118.9N 10 at KC 49 27 314 55.1 2 1 49 4 L 79.8N 18 at Dal 37 21 194 56.8 1 0 25 4 L 80.2N 24 at StL 38 25 192 65.8 2 2 14 1 W 73.6D 1 Chi 27 19 231 70.4 1 0 41 2 W 108.7D 8 Den 38 20 280 52.6 4 2 51t 1 W 89.8D 15 at Det 25 16 240 64.0 1 1 40 3 W 92.1D 22 Min 23 15 202 65.2 3 0 37 2 W 132.616 GAMES 543 325 3899 59.9 39 13 80t 40 13-3 95.8J 4 SF 1 15 11 79 73.3 1 0 18 1 W 107.4J 12 Car 2 29 19 292 65.5 2 1 66 1 W 107.3J 26 NE 3 27 14 246 51.9 2 0 81t 5 W 107.9PLAYOFFS 71 44 617 62.0 5 1 81t 7 3-0 107.51 NFC Divisional Playoff; 2 NFC Championship; 3 Super Bowl XXXI, New Orleans1997, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 1 Chi 22 15 226 68.2 2 1 44 2 W 113.1S 7 at Phi 41 19 279 46.3 0 1 30 1 L 58.9S 14 Mia 37 24 253 64.9 2 0 48 1 W 102.6S 21 Min 31 18 266 58.1 5 2 28t 2 W 98.9S 28 at Det 43 22 295 51.2 1 3 45 2 L 52.0O 5 TB 31 21 191 67.7 2 0 31t 3 W 105.7O 12 at Chi 35 19 177 54.3 3 1 18 0 W 85.1O 27 at NE 34 23 239 67.6 3 0 32t 1 W 117.2N 2 Det 28 15 181 53.6 1 1 28 2 W 70.7N 9 StL 37 18 306 48.6 1 2 45 2 W 63.6N 16 at Ind 25 18 363 72.0 3 2 74 3 L 120.4N 23 Dal 35 22 203 62.9 4 1 36 2 W 104.8D 1 at Min 29 15 196 51.7 1 0 31 1 W 84.8D 7 at TB 33 25 280 75.8 2 1 43t 0 W 108.1D 14 at Car 34 18 256 52.9 3 1 58t 3 W 94.7D 20 Buf 18 12 156 66.7 2 0 38 0 W 130.816 GAMES 513 304 3867 59.3 35 16 74 25 13-3 92.6J 4 TB 1 28 15 190 53.6 1 2 26 4 W 57.1J 11 at SF 2 27 16 222 59.3 1 0 40 1 W 98.1J 25 Den 42 3 25 256 59.5 3 1 27 1 L 91.0PLAYOFFS 97 56 668 57.7 5 3 40 6 2-1 83.21 NFC Divisional Playoff; 2 NFC Championship; 3 Super Bowl XXXII, San DiegoADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTSRECORDS &2007 REVIEW HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.529 25


COMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHESVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWRECORDS &HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.RECORDS BRETT FAVRE & HISTORY1998, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 6 Det 32 24 277 75.0 2 0 84t 2 W 121.5S 13 TB 33 22 237 66.7 2 0 38t 4 W 107.8S 20 at Cin 35 23 274 65.7 1 1 28 3 W 87.1S 27 at Car 45 27 388 60.0 5 3 33t 2 W 97.3O 5 Min 23 13 114 56.5 0 3 17 2 L 30.3O 15 at Det 43 22 300 51.2 2 3 67t 2 L 60.2O 25 Bal 41 22 260 53.7 2 2 44 1 W 69.2N 1 SF 28 15 279 53.6 3 3 80t 2 W 84.4N 9 at Pit 39 22 234 56.4 0 1 26 3 L 63.4N 15 at NYG 33 21 267 63.6 2 0 60t 1 W 109.0N 22 at Min 39 31 303 79.5 2 1 19 3 L 105.4N 29 Phi 33 20 321 60.6 2 2 46 0 W 88.1D 7 at TB 41 29 262 70.7 2 0 22 8 L 103.9D 13 Chi 42 26 290 61.9 2 2 23 3 W 78.5D 20 Ten 22 14 253 63.6 3 0 68t 2 W 142.6D 27 at Chi 22 16 153 72.7 1 2 23 0 W 68.916 GAMES 551 347 4212 63.0 31 23 84t 38 11-5 87.8J 3 at SF 1 35 20 292 57.1 2 2 47 1 L 79.71NFC Wild Card Playoff1999, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 12 Oak 47 28 333 59.6 4 3 51 3 W 83.0S 19 at Det 41 20 288 48.8 0 1 50 1 L 61.8S 26 Min 39 24 304 61.5 1 0 37 2 W 94.4O 10 TB 40 22 390 55.0 2 0 51 5 W 105.2O 17 at Den 23 7 120 30.4 0 3 54 1 L 9.6O 24 at SD 22 12 173 54.6 3 1 35 1 W 100.9N 1 Sea 35 14 180 40.0 1 4 74t 3 L 26.8N 7 Chi 40 27 267 67.5 1 1 29 3 L 84.1N 14 at Dal 50 26 260 52.0 1 2 28t 3 L 57.1N 21 Det 40 26 309 65.0 1 0 53 1 W 96.8N 29 at SF 35 24 236 68.6 2 0 27 1 W 106.4D 5 at Chi 24 17 155 70.8 1 2 33 2 W 67.2D 12 Car 38 26 302 68.4 2 1 26 2 L 98.8D 20 at Min 39 22 229 56.4 0 2 22 4 L 52.2D 26 at TB 48 25 234 52.1 1 2 27 1 L 55.4J 2 Ari 34 21 311 61.8 2 1 46 2 W 99.016 GAMES 595 341 4091 57.3 22 23 74t 35 8-8 74.72000, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 3 NYJ 34 14 152 41.2 1 1 48 1 L 52.6S 10 at Buf 35 25 269 71.4 2 0 49 4 L 112.7S 17 Phi 33 18 189 54.6 0 3 26 5 W 33.5S 24 at Ari 31 17 277 54.8 1 0 55t 1 W 95.8O 1 Chi 48 31 333 64.6 3 1 32 2 L 97.0O 8 at Det 43 27 293 62.8 2 3 38 4 L 69.2O 15 SF 27 20 266 74.1 1 0 67t 2 W 117.2O 29 at Mia 34 21 194 61.8 0 1 21 2 L 65.1N 6 Min 36 17 235 47.2 2 0 43t 2 W 87.2N 12 at TB 25 14 117 56.0 0 0 17 1 L 68.3N 19 Ind 36 23 301 63.9 2 1 32 2 W 97.1N 27 at Car 51 31 267 60.8 1 3 32t 3 L 56.6D 3 at Chi 31 19 225 61.3 1 0 38 0 W 94.2D 10 Det 36 15 208 41.7 1 1 45 2 W 58.6D 17 at Min 38 26 290 68.4 3 0 41 1 W 117.2D 24 TB 42 20 196 47.6 0 2 20 1 W 41.416 GAMES 580 338 3812 58.3 20 16 67t 33 9-7 78.02001, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 9 Det 28 22 260 78.6 2 0 35 3 W 129.2S 24 Was 31 20 236 70.0 3 1 41t 1 W 106.4S 30 at Car 39 25 308 64.1 3 2 21 0 W 92.7O 7 at TB 35 20 258 57.1 1 3 67t 1 L 54.2O 14 Bal 34 27 337 79.4 3 0 47 2 W 137.4O 21 at Min 35 21 169 60.0 2 1 26 1 L 79.3N 4 TB 27 16 180 59.3 1 2 23 1 W 60.7N 11 at Chi 32 19 268 59.4 2 1 41t 1 W 94.3N 18 Atl 29 16 262 55.2 2 3 56 2 L 69.1N 22 at Det 26 18 252 69.2 2 0 35t 2 W 125.8D 3 at Jax 42 24 362 57.1 3 0 63 1 W 109.4D 9 Chi 27 15 207 55.6 1 1 38 2 W 77.2D 16 at Ten 38 20 199 52.6 2 1 29 2 L 74.3D 23 Cle 28 18 139 64.3 3 0 16t 0 W 112.1530 25D 30 Min 29 18 169 62.1 0 0 20 2 W 78.1J 6 at NYG 30 15 315 50.0 2 0 54t 1 W 109.716 GAMES 510 314 3921 61.6 32 15 67t 22 12-4 94.1J 13 SF 1 29 22 269 75.9 2 1 51 1 W 112.6J 20 at StL 2 44 26 281 59.1 2 6 27 2 L 53.5PLAYOFFS 73 48 550 65.8 4 7 51 3 1-1 67.01 NFC Wild Card Playoff; 2 NFC Divisional Playoff2002, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 8 Atl 36 25 284 69.4 2 0 42 2 W 111.3S 15 at NO 44 29 270 65.9 2 1 27 1 L 88.3S 22 at Det 47 31 357 66.0 3 1 37 1 W 101.1S 29 Car 32 18 200 56.3 1 1 22t 4 W 72.4O 7 at Chi 33 22 359 66.7 3 0 85t 3 W 133.3O 13 at NE 27 17 147 63.0 3 0 29 1 W 114.3O 20 Was 14 11 89 78.6 0 0 15 1 W 93.2N 4 Mia 25 16 187 64.0 1 1 30 2 W 83.2N 10 Det 39 26 351 66.7 2 0 46 2 W 112.2N 17 at Min 43 24 296 55.8 2 3 84t 0 L 63.7N 24 at TB 38 20 196 52.6 1 4 30 3 L 36.6D 1 Chi 42 24 221 57.1 2 1 42 1 W 77.6D 8 Min 32 22 214 68.6 2 1 40t 1 W 95.1D 15 at SF 33 25 201 75.8 1 0 23 1 W 100.7D 22 Buf 33 15 114 45.5 1 2 20 2 W 39.2D 29 at NYJ 33 16 172 48.5 1 1 23 1 L 61.716 GAMES 551 341 3658 61.9 27 16 85t 26 12-4 85.6J 4 Atl 1 42 20 247 47.6 1 2 37 2 L 54.41NFC Wild Card Playoff2003, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 7 Min 41 25 248 61.0 1 4 24t 1 L 46.6S 14 Det 28 15 132 53.6 2 1 19 0 W 75.3S 21 at Ari 33 23 245 69.7 1 1 34 0 L 88.6S 29 at Chi 29 21 179 72.4 3 1 24 0 W 108.3O 5 Sea 25 19 185 76.0 2 0 34t 1 W 122.9O 12 KC 36 25 272 69.4 2 1 36 3 L 98.4O 19 at StL 32 23 268 71.9 2 1 26 1 L 104.7N 2 at Min 28 18 194 64.3 3 1 27 1 W 105.4N 10 Phi 22 14 109 63.6 1 1 24t 4 L 72.0N 16 at TB 28 13 92 46.4 1 1 23 0 W 51.5N 23 SF 15 10 138 66.7 2 3 66t 1 W 96.0N 27 at Det 37 23 296 62.2 2 3 45t 4 L 71.5D 7 Chi 33 22 210 66.7 1 1 22t 0 W 81.6D 14 at SD 33 23 278 70.0 4 1 40t 0 W 122.2D 22 at Oak 30 22 399 73.3 4 0 47 1 W 154.9D 28 Den 21 12 116 57.1 1 1 20 2 W 68.816 GAMES 471 308 3361 65.4 32 21 66t 19 10-6 90.4J 4 Sea 38 1 26 319 68.4 1 0 44 0 W 102.9J 11 at Phi 2 28 15 180 53.6 2 1 44 1 L 82.4PLAYOFFS 66 41 499 62.1 3 1 44 1 1-1 94.21 NFC Wild Card Playoff; 2 NFC Divisional Playoff2004, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 13 at Car 22 15 143 68.2 1 0 24 2 W 101.1S 19 Chi 42 24 252 57.1 1 2 44 0 L 62.8S 26 at Ind 44 30 360 68.2 4 0 79t 1 L 123.3O 3 NYG 18 12 110 66.7 1 1 28t 0 L 78.5O 11 Ten 44 24 338 54.5 2 3 57 0 L 66.3O 17 at Det 38 25 257 65.8 2 0 50 0 W 102.6O 24 Dal 29 23 258 79.3 2 0 44 1 W 126.7O 31 at Was 32 20 289 62.5 1 3 48 1 W 63.2N 14 Min 29 20 236 69.0 4 0 50t 0 W 133.0N 21 at HouT 50 33 383 66.0 1 2 50 0 W 79.0N 29 StL 27 18 215 66.7 3 0 29 0 W 127.9D 5 at Phi 29 14 131 48.3 0 2 31 3 L 32.4D 12 Det 36 19 188 52.8 1 0 39 1 W 77.1D 19 Jax 44 30 367 68.2 2 3 32t 2 L 80.4D 24 at Min 43 30 365 70.0 3 1 34 1 W 109.2J 2 at Chi 13 9 196 69.2 2 0 48 0 W 151.416 GAMES 540 346 4088 64.1 30 17 79t 12 10-6 92.4J 9 Min 33 1 22 216 66.7 1 4 28 2 L 55.41NFC Wild Card Playoff


2005, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 11 at Det 44 27 201 61.4 0 2 20 4 L 53.3S 18 Cle 44 32 342 72.7 3 2 42t 1 L 98.9S 25 TB 24 14 195 58.3 2 3 37t 2 L 72.7O 3 at Car 47 28 303 59.6 4 1 32 1 L 98.1O 9 NO 27 19 215 70.4 3 0 51 0 W 130.9O 23 at Min 36 28 315 77.8 2 0 44 0 L 121.6O 30 at Cin 39 26 279 66.7 1 5 28 1 L 56.4N 6 Pit 35 20 214 57.1 0 1 25 1 L 63.3N 13 at Atl 39 26 252 66.7 1 1 21 1 W 82.4N 21 Min 33 20 227 60.6 2 2 53t 2 L 76.2N27 at Phi 33 15 171 45.5 1 2 23 1 L 46.4D 4 at Chi 58 31 277 53.4 0 2 27 2 L 52.2D11 Det 31 21 170 67.7 0 1 19 3 W 67.9D 19 at Bal 29 14 144 48.3 0 2 31 0 L 34.3D 25 Chi 51 30 317 58.8 0 4 56 2 L 44.3J 1 Sea 37 21 259 56.8 1 1 59 3 W 76.316 GAMES 607 372 3881 61.3 20 29 59 24 4-12 70.9Favre, by stadiumby winsW L PctLambeau Field, Green Bay ............... 89 28 .761Soldier Field, Chicago ................... 12 3 .800Milwaukee County Stadium ............... 7 2 .778HHH Metrodome, Minneapolis ............. 6 10 .375Houlihan’s/Tampa Stadium. ............... 4 1 .800Bank of America/Ericsson Stadium, Charlotte . 4 2 .667Ford Field, Detroit ....................... 4 2 .667Monster/3Com Park, San Francisco . . . . . . . . . 3 0 1.000Qualcomm/Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego . 3 0 1.000Giants Stadium, East Rutherford ........... 3 2 .600Pontiac Silverdome. ..................... 3 7 .300ALLTEL Stadium, Jacksonville ............. 2 0 1.000Edward Jones/Trans World Dome, St. Louis .. 2 1 .667Louisiana Superdome .................... 2 1 .667Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City ........... 1 2 .333Astrodome, Houston. .................... 1 0 1.000Cinergy Field/Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati .. 1 0 1.000FedEx Field, Landover. ................... 1 0 1.000Gillette Stadium, Foxboro ................. 1 0 1.000Kingdome, Seattle. ...................... 1 0 1.000Memorial Stadium, Champaign. ............ 1 0 1.000*Network Associates Coliseum, Oakland ..... 1 0 1.000Reliant Stadium, Houston. ................ 1 0 1.000Cleveland Municipal Stadium .............. 1 1 .500Foxboro Stadium ....................... 1 1 .500Georgia Dome, Atlanta ................... 1 1 .500INVESCO Field at Mile High, Denver ......... 1 0 1.000Pro Player/Dolphin Stadium, Miami ......... 1 1 .500Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe ................ 1 1 .500Raymond James Stadium, Tampa .......... 1 5 .167Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta ............ 0 0 —RFK Stadium, Washington ................ 0 0 —*The Coliseum/Adelphia Coliseum, Nashville .. 0 1 .000M & T Bank Stadium, Baltimore ............ 0 1 .000Mile High Stadium, Denver. ............... 0 1 .000Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati ............ 0 1 .000Qwest Field, Seattle. ..................... 0 1 .000Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh. .......... 0 1 .000RCA Dome, Indianapolis. ................. 0 2 .000Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia ............ 0 2 .000Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia . . . . . . . . . 0 3 .000Ralph Wilson/Rich Stadium, Buffalo. ........ 0 3 .000Texas Stadium, Irving. ................... 0 6 .000Career Totals ................... 160 93 .632* — The Coliseum became LP Field and Network Associates Coliseumbecame McAfee Coliseum prior to 2006 season.RECORDS BRETT & HISTORY FAVRE2006, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 10 Chi 29 15 170 51.7 0 2 25 3 L 40.9S 17 NO 55 31 340 56.4 3 1 48 2 L 85.4S 24 at Det 36 25 340 69.4 3 0 75t 0 W 127.1O 2 at Phi 44 22 205 50.0 0 2 30 0 L 44.2O 8 StL 39 22 220 56.4 1 0 46t 2 L 81.1O 22 at Mia 35 19 206 54.3 2 0 34t 2 W 90.9O29 Ari 25 17 180 68.0 1 0 23 0 W 102.1N 5 at Buf 47 28 287 59.6 1 2 25 2 L 66.5N 12 at Min 42 24 347 57.1 2 0 82t 0 W 100.0N 19 NE 15 5 73 33.3 0 0 38 0 L 50.1N 27 at Sea 36 22 266 61.1 1 3 48t 1 L 58.3D 3 NYJ 47 24 214 51.1 1 2 20t 2 L 53.0D 10 at SF 34 22 293 64.7 2 0 68t 0 W 111.5D 17 Det 37 20 174 54.0 0 3 21 1 W 32.9D 21 Min 50 26 285 52.0 0 2 36 2 W 52.5D 31 at Chi 42 21 285 50.0 1 1 35 2 W 70.016 GAMES 613 343 3885 56.0 18 18 82t 19 8-8 72.7by Touchdown PassesThe 38 venues in which Favre’s threw for a touchdown:regular season onlyLambeau Field, Green Bay ........................209Soldier Field, Chicago .............................25HHH Metrodome, Minneapolis ......................24Bank of America/Ericsson Stadium, Charlotte ..........17Milwaukee County Stadium ........................17Pontiac Silverdome. ..............................15Houlihan’s/Tampa Stadium. ........................14Ford Field, Detroit ................................13Giants Stadium, East Rutherford .....................8Louisiana Superdome ..............................7Qualcomm/Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego ...........7RCA Dome, Indianapolis. ...........................7Texas Stadium, Irving. .............................7Edward Jones/Trans World Dome, St. Louis ............6Ralph Wilson/Rich Stadium, Buffalo. ..................6Raymond James Stadium, Tampa ....................6ALLTEL Stadium, Jacksonville . ......................5Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City .....................5Monster/3Com Park, San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Foxboro Stadium .................................4Kingdome, Seattle. ................................4*Network Associates Coliseum, Oakland ...............4Cleveland Municipal Stadium ........................3Gillette Stadium, Foxboro ...........................3Memorial Stadium, Champaign. ......................3*The Coliseum/Adelphia Coliseum, Nashville ............2Dolphin/Pro Player Stadium, Miami ...................2Georgia Dome, Atlanta .............................2INVESCO Field at Mile High, Denver ...................2Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe ..........................2Astrodome, Houston. ..............................1Cinergy Field/Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati ............1FedEx Field, Landover. .............................1Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati ......................1Qwest Field, Seattle. ...............................1Reliant Stadium, Houston. ..........................1Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia ......................1Career Totals ............................442Brett Favre played regular-season games in 43 venues, 16of which are either no longer standing or no longer in useby NFL teams.ADMIN. &DRAFT &COMMUNITY COACHES VETERANS FREE AGENTSRECORDS &2007 REVIEW HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.531 25


RECORDS BRETT FAVRE & HISTORYCOMMUNITYADMIN. &COACHES2007, GREEN BAYDate Opp Att Cmp Yds Pct TD Int LG Sk W/L RtgS 9 Phi 42 23 206 54.8 0 1 22 4 W 58.2S 16 at NYG 38 29 286 76.3 3 1 46 1 W 112.4S 23 SD 45 28 369 62.2 3 0 57t 2 W 110.3S 30 at Min 45 32 344 71.1 2 0 36 1 W 108.0O 7 Chi 40 29 322 72.5 1 2 41t 1 L 83.5O 14 Was 37 19 188 51.4 0 2 60 2 W 43.5O 29 at Den 27 21 331 77.8 2 0 82t 1 W 142.4N 4 at KC 34 24 360 70.6 2 2 60t 1 W 100.1N 11 Min 46 33 351 71.7 3 0 37 0 W 115.4N 18 Car 30 22 218 73.3 3 0 47 1 W 126.8N 22 at Det 41 31 381 75.6 3 0 43 0 W 128.2N 29 at Dal 14 5 56 35.7 0 2 19 0 L 8.9D 9 Oak 23 15 266 65.2 2 1 80t 0 W 115.5D 16 at StL 30 19 225 63.3 2 2 44t 0 W 80.6D 23 at Chi 32 17 153 53.1 0 2 20 1 L 40.2D 30 Det 11 9 99 81.8 2 0 24 0 W 143.816 GAMES 535 356 4155 66.5 28 15 82t 15 13-3 95.7J 12 Sea 23 1 18 173 78.3 3 0 31 1 W 137.6J 20 NYG 35 2 19 236 54.3 2 2 90t 0 L 70.7PLAYOFFS 58 37 409 63.8 5 2 90t 1 1-1 99.01 NFC Divisional Playoff; 2 NFC ChampionshipVETERANSDRAFT &FREE AGENTS2007 REVIEWRECORDS &HISTORY FAVRELAMBEAUFIELDMISC.Starting quarterbacks during Favre’s streakAccording to Elias Sports Bureau, since Sept. 27, 1992, when Brett Favre launched his 253-game starting streak, 212 other quarterbacksstarted an NFL game. What’s more, 25 NFL teams during that period started at least 10 different quarterbacks:Arizona/Phoenix (17) — SteveBeuerlein, Jeff Blake, Dave Brown,Stoney Case, Chris Chandler,Boomer Esiason, Kent Graham,Shaun King, Dave Krieg, MattLeinart, Josh McCown, JimMcMahon, John Navarre, JakePlummer, Timm Rosenbach, JaySchroeder, Kurt WarnerAtlanta (16) — Chris Chandler,Steve DeBerg, Jeff George, TonyGraziani, Joey Harrington, BobbyHebert, Doug Johnson, DannyKanell, Kurt Kittner, Byron Leftwich,Chris Miller, Chris Redman, MattSchaub, Billy Joe Tolliver, MichaelVick, Wade WilsonBaltimore (15) — Tony Banks,Jeff Blake, Kyle Boller, StoneyCase, Randall Cunningham, TrentDilfer, Elvis Grbac, Jim Harbaugh,Steve McNair, Scott Mitchell,Chris Redman, Troy Smith, VinnyTestaverde, Anthony Wright, EricZeierBuffalo (10) — Drew Bledsoe, ToddCollins, Trent Edwards, Doug Flutie,Kelly Holcomb, Rob Johnson, JimKelly, J.P. Losman, Frank Reich,Alex Van PeltCarolina (11) — Steve Beuerlein,David Carr, Kerry Collins, JakeDelhomme, Randy Fasani, MattLytle, Matt Moore, Rodney Peete,Frank Reich, Vinny Testaverde,Chris WeinkeChicago (21) — Henry Burris, ChrisChandler, Will Furrer, Brian Griese,Rex Grossman, Jim Harbaugh,Chad Hutchinson, Erik Kramer,Craig Krenzel, Dave Krieg, ShaneMatthews, Cade McNown, JimMiller, Rick Mirer, Moses Moreno,Kyle Orton, Jonathan Quinn, SteveStenstrom, Kordell Stewart, SteveWalsh, Peter Tom WillisCincinnati (12) — Jeff Blake,Boomer Esiason, Gus Frerotte,Donald Hollas, Paul Justin, JonKitna, David Klingler, Scott Mitchell,Neil O’Donnell, Carson Palmer, JaySchroeder, Akili SmithCleveland (16) — Derek Anderson,Tim Couch, Ty Detmer, TrentDilfer, Charlie Frye, Jeff Garcia,Kelly Holcomb, Bernie Kosar,Luke McCown, Doug Pederson,Todd Philcox, Mark Rypien,Vinny Testaverde, Mike Tomczak,Spergon Wynn, Eric ZeierDallas (15) — Troy Aikman, DrewBledsoe, Quincy Carter, RandallCunningham, Jason Garrett, DrewHenson, Chad Hutchinson, BernieKosar, Ryan Leaf, Rodney Peete,Tony Romo, Clint Stoerner, VinnyTestaverde, Wade Wilson, AnthonyWrightDenver (13) — Steve Beuerlein,Bubby Brister, Jay Cutler, JohnElway, Gus Frerotte, Brian Griese,Danny Kanell, Jarious Jackson,Tommy Maddox, Hugh Millen,Chris Miller, Bill Musgrave, JakePlummerDetroit (15) — Charlie Batch, StoneyCase, Ty Detmer, Gus Frerotte,Jeff Garcia, Joey Harrington, JonKitna, Erik Kramer, Dave Krieg,Don Majkowski, Mike McMahon,Scott Mitchell, Rodney Peete,Frank Reich, Andre WareGreen Bay (1) — Brett FavreHouston Texans (5) — TonyBanks, David Carr, Dave Ragone,Sage Rosenfels, Matt SchaubIndianapolis (9) — Craig Erickson,Jeff George, Jim Harbaugh,Kelly Holcomb, Paul Justin, DonMajkowski, Peyton Manning,Browning Nagle, Jack TrudeauJacksonville (10) — SteveBeuerlein, Mark Brunell, JayFiedler, David Garrard, Quinn Gray,Rob Johnson, Byron Leftwich,Jamie Martin, Steve Matthews,Jonathan QuinnKansas City (9) — Steve Bono,Brodie Croyle, Rich Gannon, ElvisGrbac, Trent Green, Damon Huard,Dave Krieg, Joe Montana, WarrenMoonMiami (17) — John Beck, SteveDeBerg, Daunte Culpepper, CraigErickson, A.J. Feeley, Gus Frerotte,Jay Fiedler, Trent Green, BrianGriese, Joey Harrington, DamonHuard, Bernie Kosar, Cleo Lemon,Ray Lucas, Dan Marino, ScottMitchell, Sage RosenfelsMinnesota (14) — Brooks Bollinger,Todd Bouman, Daunte Culpepper,Randall Cunningham, Gus Frerotte,Rich Gannon, Jeff George, KellyHolcomb, Tarvaris Jackson, BradJohnson, Jim McMahon, WarrenMoon, Sean Salisbury, SpergonWynnNew England (7) — Drew Bledsoe,Tom Brady, Jeff Carlson, TomHodson, Hugh Millen, ScottSecules, Scott ZolakNew Orleans (16) — Jeff Blake,Todd Bouman, Drew Brees, AaronBrooks, Mike Buck, Kerry Collins,Jake Delhomme, Jim Everett,Bobby Hebert, Billy Joe Hobert,Doug Nussmeier, Heath Shuler,Billy Joe Tolliver, Steve Walsh,Wade Wilson, Danny WuerffelN.Y. Giants (9) — Dave Brown,Kerry Collins, Kent Graham,Jeff Hostetler, Danny Kanell, EliManning, Jesse Palmer, PhilSimms, Kurt WarnerN.Y. Jets (15) — Brooks Bollinger,Bubby Brister, Quincy Carter,Kellen Clemens, Boomer Esiason,Glenn Foley, Ray Lucas, Rick Mirer,Browning Nagle, Ken O’Brien, NeilO’Donnell, Chad Pennington, FrankReich, Vinny Testaverde, JackTrudeauOak/L.A. Raiders (17) — AaronBrooks, Kerry Collins, DaunteCulpepper, Vince Evans, RichGannon, Jeff George, Billy JoeHobert, Donald Hollas, JeffHostetler, Todd Marinovich, JoshMcCown, Rick Mirer, JamarcusRussell, Jay Schroeder, MarquesTuiasosopo, Andrew Walter, WadeWilsonPhiladelphia (13) — Bubby Brister,Randall Cunningham, Koy Detmer,Ty Detmer, A.J. Feeley, Jeff Garcia,Bobby Hoying, Jim McMahon, MikeMcMahon, Donovan McNabb, KenO’Brien, Doug Pederson, RodneyPeetePittsburgh (9) — Charlie Batch,Bubby Brister, Kent Graham,Tommy Maddox, Jim Miller, NeilO’Donnell, Ben Roethlisberger,Kordell Stewart, Mike TomczakStL/L.A. Rams (16) — Tony Banks,Brock Berlin, Steve Bono, MarcBulger, Chris Chandler, ScottCovington, Jim Everett, GusFrerotte, Ryan Fitzpatrick, TrentGreen, Jamie Martin, Chris Miller,T.J. Rubley, Mark Rypien, SteveWalsh, Kurt WarnerSan Diego (13) — Drew Brees, JimEverett, Doug Flutie, John Friesz,Gale Gilbert, Jim Harbaugh, StanHumphries, Erik Kramer, RyanLeaf, Moses Moreno, Philip Rivers,Sean Salisbury, Craig WhelihanSan Francisco (13) — Ty Detmer,Trent Dilfer, Ken Dorsey, JimDruckenmiller, Jeff Garcia, ElvisGrbac, Shaun Hill, Cody Pickett,Tim Rattay, Alex Smith, SteveStenstrom, Chris Weinke, SteveYoungSeattle (12) — Trent Dilfer, GlennFoley, John Friesz, Stan Gelbaugh,Matt Hasselbeck, Brock Huard, JonKitna, Dan McGwire, Rick Mirer,Warren Moon, Kelly Stouffer,Seneca WallaceTampa Bay (14) — Steve DeBerg,Trent Dilfer, Craig Erickson,Jeff Garcia, Bruce Gradkowski,Brian Griese, Brad Johnson,Rob Johnson, Shaun King, LukeMcCown, Tim Rattay, Chris Simms,Vinny Testaverde, Eric ZeierTen/Hou Oilers/Titans (12) —Cody Carlson, Chris Chandler,Kerry Collins, Will Furrer, MattMauck, Steve McNair, WarrenMoon, Neil O’Donnell, BuckyRichardson, Billy Joe Tolliver, BillyVolek, Vince YoungWashington (18) — Tony Banks,Mark Brunell, Jason Campbell,Todd Collins, Cary Conklin, GusFrerotte, John Friesz, Rich Gannon,Jeff George, Trent Green, TimHasselbeck, Jeff Hostetler, BradJohnson, Shane Matthews, PatrickRamsey, Mark Rypien, HeathShuler, Danny Wuerffel532 25

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