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Brett Favre
QB #4
Height:
6-2
Weight:
222
College:
Southern Mississippi
Experience:
20
Passing
YearTeamGAttCompPctAtt/GYdsAvgYds/GTDTD%IntInt%Lng20+40+SckSckYRate
TOTAL 302 10,169 6,300 62 33.7 71,838 7.1 237.9 508 5 336 3.3 99 872 161 525 3,487 86
2010 MIN 13 358 217 60.6 27.5 2,509 7 193 11 3.1 19 5.3 53T 38 1 22 139 69.9
2009 MIN 16 531 363 68.4 33.2 4,202 7.9 262.6 33 6.2 7 1.3 63 52 13 34 247 107.2
2008 NYJ 16 522 343 65.7 32.6 3,472 6.7 217 22 4.2 22 4.2 56T 40 7 30 213 81
2007 GB 16 535 356 66.5 33.4 4,155 7.8 259.7 28 5.2 15 2.8 82T 49 16 15 93 95.7
2006 GB 16 613 343 56 38.3 3,885 6.3 242.8 18 2.9 18 2.9 82T 49 8 21 134 72.7
2005 GB 16 607 372 61.3 37.9 3,881 6.4 242.6 20 3.3 29 4.8 59 40 7 24 170 70.9
2004 GB 16 540 346 64.1 33.8 4,088 7.6 255.5 30 5.6 17 3.1 79T 50 12 12 93 92.4
2003 GB 16 471 308 65.4 29.4 3,361 7.1 210.1 32 6.8 21 4.5 66T 42 7 19 137 90.4
2002 GB 16 551 341 61.9 34.4 3,658 6.6 228.6 27 4.9 16 2.9 85T 39 7 26 188 85.6
2001 GB 16 510 314 61.6 31.9 3,921 7.7 245.1 32 6.3 15 2.9 67T 53 13 22 151 94.1
2000 GB 16 580 338 58.3 36.3 3,812 6.6 238.3 20 3.4 16 2.8 67T 41 7 33 236 78
1999 GB 16 595 341 57.3 37.2 4,091 6.9 255.7 22 3.7 23 3.9 74T 52 11 35 223 74.7
1998 GB 16 551 347 63 34.4 4,212 7.6 263.3 31 5.6 23 4.2 84T 47 9 38 223 87.8
1997 GB 16 513 304 59.3 32.1 3,867 7.5 241.7 35 6.8 16 3.1 74 61 9 25 176 92.6
1996 GB 16 543 325 59.9 33.9 3,899 7.2 243.7 39 7.2 13 2.4 80T 49 11 40 241 95.8
1995 GB 16 570 359 63 35.6 4,413 7.7 275.8 38 6.7 13 2.3 99T 59 5 33 217 99.5
1994 GB 16 582 363 62.4 36.4 3,882 6.7 242.6 33 5.7 14 2.4 49 44 4 31 188 90.7
1993 GB 16 522 318 60.9 32.6 3,303 6.3 206.4 19 3.6 24 4.6 66T 37 5 30 199 72.2
1992 GB 15 471 302 64.1 31.4 3,227 6.9 215.1 18 3.8 13 2.8 76T 30 9 34 208 85.3
1991 ATL 2 4 0 -- 2 0 -- -- 0 -- 2 50 0 0 0 1 11 --
Rushing
YearTeamGAttAtt/GYdsAvgYds/GTDLng1st1st%20+40+FUM
TOTAL 302 602 2 1,844 3.1 6.1 14 40 153 25.4 13 1 54
2010 MIN 13 17 1.3 8 0.5 0.6 0 10 1 5.9 0 0 4
2009 MIN 16 9 0.6 7 0.8 0.4 0 4 1 11.1 0 0 0
2008 NYJ 16 21 1.3 43 2 2.7 1 27 4 19 1 0 5
2007 GB 16 29 1.8 12 0.4 0.8 0 21 3 10.3 1 0 4
2006 GB 16 23 1.4 29 1.3 1.8 1 14 4 17.4 0 0 2
2005 GB 16 18 1.1 62 3.4 3.9 0 20 4 22.2 1 0 2
2004 GB 16 16 1 36 2.3 2.3 0 17 2 12.5 0 0 1
2003 GB 16 18 1.1 15 0.8 0.9 0 7 3 16.7 0 0 1
2002 GB 16 25 1.6 73 2.9 4.6 0 17 6 24 0 0 4
2001 GB 16 38 2.4 56 1.5 3.5 1 14 5 13.2 0 0 8
2000 GB 16 27 1.7 108 4 6.8 0 18 7 25.9 0 0 3
1999 GB 16 28 1.8 142 5.1 8.9 0 20 11 39.3 1 0 1
1998 GB 16 40 2.5 133 3.3 8.3 1 35 13 32.5 1 0 1
1997 GB 16 58 3.6 187 3.2 11.7 1 16 16 27.6 0 0 2
1996 GB 16 49 3.1 136 2.8 8.5 2 23 18 36.7 1 0 2
1995 GB 16 39 2.4 181 4.6 11.3 3 40 17 43.6 2 1 1
1994 GB 16 42 2.6 202 4.8 12.6 2 36T 14 33.3 3 0 1
1993 GB 16 58 3.6 216 3.7 13.5 1 27 13 22.4 2 0 6
1992 GB 15 47 3.1 198 4.2 13.2 1 19 11 23.4 0 0 6
1991 ATL 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Receiving
YearTeamGRecYdsAvgYds/GLongTD20+40+1stFUM
TOTAL 302 2 -7 -3.5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
2010 MIN 13 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 MIN 16 1 -2 -2 -0.1 -2 0 0 0 0 0
2008 NYJ 16 0 2 -- 0.1 2 0 0 0 0 0
2007 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2006 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2005 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2004 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1999 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1998 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1997 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1996 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1995 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1994 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1993 GB 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1992 GB 15 1 -7 -7 -0.5 -7 0 0 0 0 0
1991 ATL 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 302 7 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2010 MIN 13 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 MIN 16 1 1 0 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2008 NYJ 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 GB 16 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2006 GB 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2005 GB 16 2 2 0 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2004 GB 16 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 GB 16 1 1 0 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2002 GB 16 3 2 1 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2001 GB 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 GB 16 -- -- -- 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
1999 GB 16 -- -- -- 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
1998 GB 16 -- -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
1997 GB 16 -- -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
1996 GB 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1995 GB 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1994 GB 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1993 GB 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1992 GB 15 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1991 ATL 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Fumbles
YearTeamGFUMLostFFOWN FROPP FROWN YDSOPP YDSTDOOBSftyTB
TOTAL 302 166 73 0 42 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
2010 MIN 13 7 5 -- 2 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
2009 MIN 16 2 2 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 0 0
2008 NYJ 16 10 2 -- 2 -- 0 -- 0 1 0 0
2007 GB 16 9 3 -- 4 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
2006 GB 16 8 5 -- 2 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2005 GB 16 10 7 0 2 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
2004 GB 16 4 1 -- 1 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
2003 GB 16 5 2 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 0 0
2002 GB 16 10 4 0 5 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
2001 GB 16 16 6 -- 6 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2000 GB 16 9 5 0 2 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
1999 GB 16 9 4 0 1 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
1998 GB 16 8 2 -- 3 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
1997 GB 16 7 4 -- 1 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
1996 GB 16 11 4 0 5 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
1995 GB 16 8 4 0 0 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
1994 GB 16 7 3 0 1 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
1993 GB 16 14 6 0 2 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
1992 GB 15 12 4 0 3 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
1991 ATL 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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BIOGRAPHY

GAMES/STARTS (regular season, playoffs) 1991 (2/0-Atl.), 1992 (15/13-GB), 1993 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 1994 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 1995 (16/16, 3/3-GB), 1996 (16/16, 3/3-GB), 1997 (16/16, 3/3-GB), 1998 (16/16, 1/1-GB), 1999 (16/16-GB), 2000 (16/16-GB), 2001 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 2002 (16/16, 1/1-GB), 2003 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 2004 (16/16, 1/1-GB), 2005 (16/16-GB), 2006 (16/16-GB), 2007 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 2008 (16/16-NYJ), 2009 (16/16, 2/2). Total- 289/285, 24/24 (2/0-Atl.; 255/253, 22/22-GB; 16/16-NYJ; 16/16, 2/2-Minn.).

• Holds every significant passing record in NFL history and enters 2010 with a streak of 285 consecutive games started, an NFL record.

• Named MVP of the NFL 3 straight seasons (1995-97) and selected to 11 Pro Bowls- the most Pro Bowl berths by a QB in NFL history.

• First NFL completion was to himself, snaring his own deflected pass for minus-7 yards at Tampa Bay (9/13/92).

GAMES/STARTS (regular season, playoffs) 1991 (2/0-Atl.), 1992 (15/13-GB), 1993 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 1994 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 1995 (16/16, 3/3-GB), 1996 (16/16, 3/3-GB), 1997 (16/16, 3/3-GB), 1998 (16/16, 1/1-GB), 1999 (16/16-GB), 2000 (16/16-GB), 2001 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 2002 (16/16, 1/1-GB), 2003 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 2004 (16/16, 1/1-GB), 2005 (16/16-GB), 2006 (16/16-GB), 2007 (16/16, 2/2-GB), 2008 (16/16-NYJ), 2009 (16/16, 2/2). Total- 289/285, 24/24 (2/0-Atl.; 255/253, 22/22-GB; 16/16-NYJ; 16/16, 2/2-Minn.).

• Holds every significant passing record in NFL history and enters 2010 with a streak of 285 consecutive games started, an NFL record.

• Named MVP of the NFL 3 straight seasons (1995-97) and selected to 11 Pro Bowls- the most Pro Bowl berths by a QB in NFL history.

• First NFL completion was to himself, snaring his own deflected pass for minus-7 yards at Tampa Bay (9/13/92).

OFF THE FIELD Married long-time girlfriend Deanna Tynes on 7/14/9....The couple has daughters, Brittany and Breleigh...Became a grandfather in April of 2010...Regularly hosted Make-A-Wish visits to Vikings practices on Saturday mornings during the 2009 season...Established the ‘Brett Favre Fourward Foundation’ in 1996, donating over $3 million to various causes...Favre Fourward Foundation in 2005 took on an additional cause as a supporter of Hurricane Katrina relief; the effort raised approximately $1 million to assist in the state of Mississippi’s three Gulf Coast counties: Hancock, Harrison and Jackson...The Deanna Favre Hope Foundation was started to benefit uninsured and under insured breast cancer patients; Deanna underwent successful treatment in 2004 for the disease...“A Night of Faith,” a dinner and concert featuring Grammy-winning artist Faith Hill was held March 12, 2005, in Biloxi, MS, the evening raised more than $400,000 for her foundation, with proceeds used to endow assistance programs at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport, MS, and Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg, MS...His high school, Hancock North Central (Kiln, MS), honored him in May 2004 by renaming its field, ‘Brett Favre Field,’ and unveiling a life-sized statue of the quarterback at the stadium’s entrance. The school previously had retired his jersey (#10) in 1993...Named 2008 PFWA ‘Good Guy Award’ winner as “player who best helped the media do its job.”...Was inducted into the Southern Miss Sports Hall of Fame in April of 1997 and was named to the Southern Mississippi Football Team of the Century in 2001...Father pitched for Southern Mississippi baseball varsity...Nephew, Dylan Favre, will play collegiately at Mississippi State following a 2009 high school season where he was named Parade All-America and Gatorade Player of the Year in Mississippi...Older brother, Scott, played QB for Mississippi State and younger brother, Jeff, was a DB at Southern Mississipp...Sister, Brandi, is a former ‘Miss Teen Mississippi’...Grew up idolizing a pair of Southern QBs, the Saints’ Archie Manning and the Cowboys’ Roger Staubach...Majored in special education at Southern Miss.

HONORS Named to the  Pro Bowl 11 times (1992-93, 1995-97, 2001-03, 2007-09)....Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week 3 times in 2009- vs. Green Bay (10/5/09), at Green Bay (11/1/09) and vs. NY Giants (1/3/10)...NFC Offensive Player of the Month for November 2009...AFC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Arizona (9/28/08)...Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week 11 times while with the Packers: at N.Y. Giants (9/16/07); at Minnesota (9/30/07); at Detroit (9/24/06); at Minnesota (11/14/04); at Oakland (12/22/03); at Chicago (10/7/02); vs. Baltimore (10/14/01); at New England (10/27/97); at Tampa Bay (9/1/96); vs. Minnesota (12/22/96); and at Minnesota (11/5/95)... NFC Offensive Player of the Month, November 2004; December 2003; September, 1999; September, 1996;  December, 1995...2007 FedEx NFL Player of the Year...Sports Illustrated 2007 Sportsman of the Year...2002 Sports Illustrated Player of the Year...1997 Associated Press NFL Co-MVP...1997 PFW/PFWA All-Pro, Associated Press All-Pro, All-NFL Team and Football News All-NFC Team...1996 PFWA MVP, Associated Press MVP, The Sporting News Player of the Year, Pro Football Weekly MVP, Football Digest Player of the Year, College and Pro Football Newsweekly Offensive Player of the Year, UPI NFC Offensive Player of the Year, Football News NFC Player of the Year, Newspaper Enterprise Player of the Year, Miller Lite Player of the Year and Footaction NFL Quarterback of the Year...1996 PFW/PFWA All-Pro, Associated Press All-Pro, All-NFL Team and UPI All-NFC Team...1995 PFWA MVP, Associated Press MVP and Offensive Player of the Year, UPI NFC Offensive Player of the Year, The Sporting News Player of the Year, Pro Football Weekly MVP and Offensive Player of the Year, Sports Illustrated Player of the Year and Maxwell Club Bert Bell Trophy winner...1996 PFW/PFWA All-Pro, Associated Press All-Pro, All-NFL Team and UPI All-NFC Team.

PRO Signed by Vikings on August 18, 2009 as a free agent...Holds NFL record for wins by a starting QB, holding a 182-103 record as a starter in regular season games...Has played in 287 straight games (311 including playoffs) and started 285 in a row (309 including playoffs)...Turned 40 years old the day before Vikings win at St. Louis (10/11/09)...Has thrown TD passes to 58 seperate players in his career- 44 with Green Bay, 8 with Minnesota and 6 with NY Jets...In 18 seasons as a starter, his teams have made the playoffs 12 times and has only endured 1 losing season, the 4-12 Packers campaign in 2005...Has led his teams to double-digit wins 10 times in his career...Led Green Bay to Super Bowls XXXI and XXXII following the 1996 and 1997 seasons, winning the world title in SB XXXI over New England and dropping SBXXXII to Denver...Passed Johnny Unitas for most Pro Bowl honors by a QB when he was selected to his 11th for his 2009 performance...Surpassed Dan Marino’s NFL record of 420 TD passes against Minnesota in 2007 and now has 497 career TD passes...Surpassed Marino’s NFL record for attempts (8,358) against Minnesota and now has 9,811 for his career...Topped Marino’s record of 61,361 career passing yards, currently has 69,329 career yards...Has 44 career game-winning comebacks (4th quarter deficit or tie), 41 in regular season action and 3 in the playoffs...Has 61 career 300-yard passing games...Extended 2 of his own NFL records in 2009 with his 18th consecutive season and 18th overall season with 3,000 yards passing or more...Surpassed the 4,000-yard passing mark 6 times during his career...Holds NFL record with 23 career 4-TD passing games...Holds NFL record with 511 combined passing and rushing TDs (497 passing/14 rushing), topping Marino’s 429 (420/9).

2009 Enjoyed one of the best seasons of his storied career with career-bests in passer rating (107.2), completion percentage (68.4%) and INT percentage (1.3), throwing only 7 INTs during the season compared to 33 TDs...Voted to his 11th Pro Bowl...Selected the Viking Offensive MVP by his teammates...Was honored as NFC Offensive Player of the Week for 3 games, including both matchups against his old Packers squad- vs. Green Bay (10/5), at Green Bay (11/1) and vs. NY Giants (1/3/10)...Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Month for November...Became the 1st NFL QB to win a game against all 32 franchises...His 4,202 passing yards is the 3rd-best total of his career...Became the 1st QB in NFL history to win a playoff game as a 40-year-old with victory over Dallas in NFC Divisional Round game...Helped Vikings become only the 2nd team in NFL history to have 6 players catch 40+ passes in a season...Caught one of his own deflected passes vs. St. Louis (10/11), only the 2nd reception of his career...Posted 2nd-best passer rating in team history (107.2), 2nd-highest completion percentage (68.4%), tied for the 3rd-most passing TDs and posted the 4th-most passing yards...Set team record with 10 games during the season without throwing an INT, going 9-1 in those games...Set team record and led NFL with an INT percentage of 1.3 (7 INTs/531 attempts)...Led team to a 6-0 start of the season, his 1st career 6-0 start...Ranked 2nd in NFL in passer rating, tied for 2nd in passing TDs and led NFL in TD/INT ratio at +26 (33 TDs/7 INTs)...Set team record with 10 games posting a 100+ passer rating, going 9-1 in those games.

2008 Voted to his 10th Pro Bowl...Was honored as AFC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Arizona (9/28)...Threw a career-high 6 TD passes vs. Arizona (9/28), tying Joe Namath’s Jets record...Had a 27-yard run vs. Buffalo (12/14) that marked his longest rush since a 35-yard jaunt nearly 10 years earlier against Tennessee (12/20/98)...Threw his 500th career TD pass (including postseason) with 9:01 remaining in the 1st quarter, a 10-yard completion to RB Thomas Jones at Tennessee (11/23) and his win at LP Field marks the most stadiums (32) in which a starting QB has won...Connected with TE Dustin Keller on a 1-yard TD pass vs. St. Louis (11/9) with :28 remaining in the 1st half to give Jets the 2nd-most scored points in a half in franchise history (40 points) and tying the for the largest halftime lead in NFL history…His 6 TD passes vs. Arizona (9/28) in a single game eclipsed his previous career-high 5 TDs (last time, 9/27/98 at Carolina), as well as tied a franchise record set by Joe Namath in on 9/24/72 at Baltimore Colts.

2007 Named Sports Illustrated ‘Sportsman of the Year’ in his 17th season and earned a 9th career selection to the Pro Bowl and Associated Press All-Pro 2nd-Team honors...Also named FedEx Air Player of the Year...Selected 2007 NFC Offensive Player of the Year by the Kansas City Committee of 101...Set new career high in completion percentage (66.5%) and matched his career best in wins (13) and 300-yard passing games (7), the latter matching his total of 300-yard games in 1995...Connected on career-high 8 TD passes of 40+ yards...Extended his own NFL mark with 3 more TD passes of 75+ yards, giving him 14 in his career; also tied and broke the NFL record with his 8th and 9th TD passes of 80+ yards...Directed 4 game-winning comebacks (4th-quarter deficit or tie), increasing his career total to 40...Attempted at least 40 passes in 4 games without throwing an INT...Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance at the NY Giants (9/16), becoming the winningest quarterback of all time by passing John Elway (148 victories)...Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Air Player of the Week for his performance against the Vikings in the Metrodome (9/30), going 32-of-45 for 344 yards and 2 TDs, including his NFL-record 421st TD pass, a 16-yard strike to Jennings in the 1st quarter...Threw a game-winning, 82-yard scoring toss to Jennings on the first play in OT at Denver (10/29)...Threw a 79-yard TD pass in the game and became the 1st player in Packers history to throw 2 TD passes of 75-plus yards in a game...Won FedEx Air Player of the Week for his outing vs. Minnesota (11/11), connecting on 33-of-46 passes for 351 yards and 3 TDs, including his 200th at Lambeau Field....Earned FOX’s Galloping Gobbler award and FedEx Air Player of the Week at Detroit on Thanksgiving Day (11/22), hitting on 31-of-41 passes for 381 yards and 3 TDs, for a passer rating of 128.2 and completing a team-record 20 straight passes, breaking the previous Packers mark of 18 set by both Lynn Dickey and Don Majkowski...Passed Marino at St. Louis (12/16) on the all-time passing yards list in the 4th quarter, hitting Donald Driver for a 7-yard gain, surpassing the former Dolphin’s NFL  record of 61,361 passing yards...Became the 2nd QB in NFL history to throw for 5,000+ career postseason yards when he completed an 11-yard pass to Jennings in the 2nd quarter...In the NFC Championship Game vs. the NY Giants (1/20/08), went 19-of-35 for 236 yards, with 2 TDs and 2 INTs...On the 1st play of a 2nd-quarter drive, hit Driver for a 90-yard TD for the 4th-longest pass play in a postseason game in NFL history.

2006 With a career-high 613 pass attempts, led the league for a 2nd straight year, joining George Blanda (1963-65) as 1 of 2 passers to pace the NFL multiple times after their 36th birthdays...Became the NFL’s all-time leader in pass completions, in addition to extending his league marks for consecutive and overall 3,000-yard seasons...Named FedEx Air Player of the Week 3 times; after wins in Week 3 at Detroit, Week 10 at Minnesota and Week 17 at Chicago...Hit Greg Jennings for a 75-yard TD in a 31-24 win at Detroit (9/24), the 400th TD pass of his career and earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week, FedEx Air Player of the Week...Lost his first start at Lambeau where he didn’t throw an interception against St. Louis (10/8)...Was 39-0 (43-0 including playoffs) at Lambeau when not throwing an INT entering the Rams contest...In 17-9 win vs. Detroit (12/17), with a 21-yard pass to Carlyle Holiday late in the first half, became the NFL’s all-time leader in pass completions, surpassing Marino (4,967).

2005 Led the NFC with 3,881 yards...Learned 8/30/05 that Hurricane Katrina had wiped out his childhood home in Kiln, MS, along with many of his personal trophies and awards, but more importantly didn’t claim the lives of any of his numerous family members on the Gulf Coast...Reached his mother, Bonita, with the help of a Houston TV station the day after the storm...Worked with fellow-Mississippian Steve McNair to gather supplies for victims; had his donations flown on the Packers’ team charter to Nashville for preseason finale (9/1), then trucked them to Mississippi...Lost 2 of his top 3 WRs, 2 of his top 3 TEs, all 3 of his RBs (as well as a 4th) and his starting center to injury and threw a league-leading and career-high 29 INTs and finished with a career-low 70.9 passer rating...Completed passes to 18 players, 2 more than his previous career high (16 in 1998) and 1 shy of the team record.

2004  Led the League’s 3rd-ranked offense in his 13th season in Green Bay...Named NFC Offensive Player of the Month in November...Had 8 games with a 100+ passer rating...Broke NFL record held since 1970 merger in the home opener against Chicago (9/19), for most consecutive games with a TD pass vs. a single opponent by throwing for a score in a 25th straight game against the Bears (Marino had a TD toss in 24 straight vs. the NY Jets)...Established a pair of milestones in victory at Detroit (1017), passing Bart Starr (196) for No. 1 on the franchise’s all-time games-played list with 197, and also moved ahead of former Viking Fran Tarkenton (47,003) and into 4th place in career passing yards...Took his team down the field for a walk-off FG vs. Minnesota (11/14) after Minnesota rallied from a 14-point deficit to tie the game at 31 with 1:20 remaining to earn NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

2003  Played in all 16 games despite fracturing the thumb on his right (throwing) hand early in the team’s 7th game, at St. Louis (10/19)...Selected to his 8th career Pro Bowl...Helped the Packers to 442 points, the 2nd-highest total in franchise history, behind only the 456 scored by the 1996 Super Bowl champions...Finished 2nd in the NFC in passer rating (90.4)...Had 6 games with a passer rating of 100 or better...Rallied from a 4th-quarter deficit or tie to win on 4 occasions (11/2 at Minnesota, 11/16 at Tampa Bay, 12/14 at San Diego and 1/4/04 vs. Seattle in the playoffs)...Captured NFC Offensive Player of the Month for December...Turned in one of the most memorable performances of his career, and in the history of Monday Night Football, in 41-7 victory at Oakland (12/22), playing with a heavy heart one day after the sudden death of his father (Irvin), he completed 22-of-30 passes (73.3 percent) for 399 yards and 4 TDs, without an INT, against the Raiders, for a team-record 154.9 passer rating, earning NFC Offensive Player of the Week...His performance in the contest earned the ESPN ESPYs 2004 Best Moment...Posted a 104.7 passer rating in loss at St. Louis (10/19) despite playing almost the entire game with a broken thumb on his throwing hand, injuring his right thumb on the 1st series of Rams contest when he hit the shoulder pad of guard Mike Wahle while following through on his 2nd pass attempt of the game...Chose to forego a recommendation of surgery to place pins in his thumb that would have sidelined him 4-6 weeks to properly heal the bone.

2002 Chosen NFL Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated...Was voted to the Pro Bowl (as a starter) for the 7th time...For the 2nd year in a row, was the leading vote-getter in fan balloting for the Pro Bowl...Named 2nd-Team All-Pro selection by AP...Threw for a score in his 13th consecutive postseason contest to tie Dan Marino’s NFL record in Wild Card game vs. Atlanta.

2001 Earned 6th Pro Bowl berth and named 2nd-Team All-Pro...His 15 INTs was the lowest in a season since he threw only 13 in 1996...Finished 3rd in the NFC (and 4th in the NFL) with a 94.1 passer rating...Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week and national Miller Lite Player of the Week for his performance against the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens (10/14) and led TD drives of 59, 74, 80 and 82 yards.

2000 Became the 2nd-fastest player in NFL history to reach 250 career TD passes, doing so in the 141st game of his pro career; only Dan Marino, who did so in 128 games, had reached that plateau quicker...Led 4 game-winning comeback efforts inside Lambeau Field: vs. Philadelphia, San Francisco, Minnesota and Tampa Bay...Passed for 2 TDs, including the game-winning 43-yard loft to Antonio Freeman in OT in 26-20 win vs. Minnesota (11/6) on Monday Night Football.

1999 Named  NFC Offensive Player of the Month for September...Reached 30,000 yards passing in his 126th pro game, vs. Carolina (12/12), to become the (then) 3rd-fastest in league history to ascend to that plateau, only Dan Marino (114) and Warren Moon (125) having done so quicker...Threw a 23-yard TD pass on 4th-and-1 with :12 remaining to cap a 23-20 win against Minnesota (9/26)...Surpassed Ron Jaworski’s all-time QB durability mark by starting in his 117th consecutive game vs. Chicago (11/7).

1998  Led the Packers to a come-from-behind, 37-30 victory with a signature performance at Carolina (9/27) with 5 TD passes while throwing for a season-best 388 yards (then the 4th-highest total of his pro career), earning national Miller Lite Player of the Week honors in the process...Led Packers to Wild Card playoff game at San Francisco.

1997  Led Green Bay to 2nd straight Super Bowl berth, facing Denver in Super Bowl XXXII...Named the NFL MVP and 1st-Team All-Pro by Associated Press...Named NFC starter in the Pro Bowl for the 3rd straight season...Led the NFC in completions (304) and passing yards (3,867), finishing 2nd in the NFL in yards...Eclipsed Bart Starr’s team record for TD passes of 152, set over a 16-year career in the 4th game of just his 6th season (vs. Minnesota, 9/21)...Became the 2nd-fastest player in NFL history to get to 150 career TD passes, reaching that milestone in his 84th career game, a rate bettered only by Dan Marino (62 games), and (then) the 2nd-fastest to throw for 20,000 career yards when he accomplished the feat in 86 games...Tied the team record and his own career high when he threw 5 TD passes in leading the Packers to 38-32 win vs. Minnesota (9/21), earning Miller Lite Player of the Week honors in the process...Hit on 16-of-27 attempts for 222 yards and a TD without an INT in leading Green Bay to a 23-10 victory over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game at San Francisco (1/11/98), triggering the Packers’ return to the Super Bowl...Threw 3 TD passes against Denver in SB XXXII at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium (1/25/98), tying his own postseason best, but it wasn’t enough to carry the day against the Broncos, who prevailed 31-24.

1996 Led Packers to Super Bowl title for the 1st time in 29 years with win over New England in Super Bowl XXXI...Named as the starting QB for the NFC in the Pro Bowl for the 2nd straight year...Voted as the NFL’s MVP by AP for the 2nd year in a row...Earned Player of the Year honors from TSN, Football Digest, Miller Lite, the Maxwell Club, the Touchdown Club of Columbus and the Victor Awards...Selected as Pro Football Performer of the Year by ESPN’s ESPY Awards...Named NFL Offensive Player of the Year by PFW, College & Pro Football Newsweekly and the Newspaper Enterprise Association...Selected NFC Player of the Year by Football News...Also chosen NFC Offensive Player of the Year by United Press International and the Kansas City Committee of 101...Garnered 1st-Team All-Pro honors from AP, College & Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Digest, PFW/PFWA, TSN, SI and USA Today...Earned All-NFC honors from Football News and UPI...Named Newsmaker of the Year by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, an inaugural award given out to honor someone whose “spirit of service is demonstrated through acts which reflect positively on Wisconsin”...Led the NFL in TD passes for the 2nd year in a rowWas named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his 4-TD performance in season opener at Tampa Bay (9/1)...Named NFC Offensive Player of the Month for September, passing for 16 TDs in leading the Packers to a 4-1 record during the month...Engineered 35-14 Divisional Playoff win over San Francisco (1/4/97), when he completed 11-of-15 passes for 79 yards and a TD...Under frigid conditions, he threw for 292 yards on 19-of-29 passing in the NFC Championship Game at Lambeau Field a week later (1/12/96), with TD tosses to Dorsey Levens (29 yards) and Freeman (6 yards)...In Super Bowl XXXI, he launched the scoring with a 54-yard TD pass to WR Andre Rison on his 1st throw of the game, coming on a called audible, and later found Freeman with a then-Super Bowl-record, 81-yard TD, threw for 246 yards, completing 14-of-27 passes without an INT, in a 35-21 win in Super Bowl XXXI at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, returning the Lombardi Trophy to Green Bay.

1995  Earned NFL Most Valuable Player awards from AP, PFWA, PFW and SI...Selected to start in the Pro Bowl for the initial time after 2 appearances as a reserve...Named Player of the Year by TSN, Football Digest, Miller Lite, the Maxwell Club and the Touchdown Club of Columbus...Selected as Pro Football Performer of the Year by ESPN’s ESPY Awards...Named NFL Offensive Player of the Year by AP, PFW and College & Pro Football Newsweekly...Selected NFC Player of the Year by Football News and the Touchdown Club of Columbus...Named NFC Offensive Player of the Year by UPI and the Kansas City Committee of 101...Received 1st-Team All-Pro honors from AP, College & Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Digest, PFW/PFWA, TSN, SI and USA Today...Garnered All-NFC honors from Football News and UPI...Presented NFL QB of the Year honors by the National Quarterback Club...Lauded as Wisconsin Sports Person of the Year by Wisconsin Sports Authority/Milwaukee Pen & Mike Club...Earned his 1st-ever NFC Offensive Player of the Week honor with an outstanding performance in initial game against Minnesota (10/22), tying a then-career high with 4 TD passes in leading the Packers to a 38-21 win, going 22-of-43 for 295 yards without an INT against the Vikings...Named NFC Offensive Player of the Month for December...Led Packers to a 37-20 NFC Wild Card victory over Atlanta in Lambeau Field (12/31), presiding over scoring drives of 85, 78 and 70 yards...Was even more precise in a Divisional playoff at San Francisco (1/6/96), hitting on 21-of-28 passes for 299 yards and 2 TDs, with no INTs in a 27-17 triumph over the favored 49ers, the defending Super Bowl champions...Named NFL Offensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. the 49ers...Led team to NFC Championship Game at Dallas (1/14/96), the Packers’ first since 1967.

1994   Finished 2nd in the NFL (behind only Steve Young of San Francisco’s Super Bowl champion 49ers) with a passer rating of 90.7...Ranked 3rd in the NFC in passing yards with 3,882...Ended season 2nd in the NFL with 33 TD passes, which also represented a Green Bay record at the time, surpassing the 32 of Dickey in 1983...Produced the Packers’ biggest play of the year in the 2nd-to-last game of the regular season with Green Bay needing a victory to keep its playoff hopes alive, he engineered a come-from-behind, 67-yard drive in the final 1:58 against Atlanta (12/18), capping the march with his diving, 9-yard TD run into the right corner of the end zone with only :14 remaining in the game to give the Packers a 21-17 win in the Packers’ final game at Milwaukee County Stadium...Had key role in the Packers’ 16-12 NFC Wild Card victory over Detroit at Lambeau Field (12/31)...Hit on 18-of-35 attempts for 211 yards, with 1 INT, in Divisional playoff loss at Dallas (1/8/95).

1993   Played in the Pro Bowl as a reserve when Phil Simms could not take part due to a shoulder problem...Started all 16 games, 1 of only 7 NFL QBs to do so...Pulled off one of the most spectacular plays in team history in NFC Wild Card playoff at Detroit (1/8/94)...With the Packers trailing 24-21 in the final minute, he scrambled and found Sterling Sharpe for a cross-field TD with :55 left in the game fora  28-24 win...Threw 2 more TD passes in losing effort (27-17) in Divisional playoff at Dallas the following week (1/16/94).

1992  Named as the 3rd QB for the NFC Pro Bowl squad...At the time, was the youngest quarterback ever to play in AFC-NFC Pro Bowl (since 1971) at 23 years, 3 months, 28 days of age...Acquired from Atlanta by then-Packers General Manager Ron Wolf for a 1st-round draft selection in an offseason trade (2/10)...Helped Green Bay to its 2nd-best record in 20 years (9-7), soaring from designated backup to Pro Bowler in just 3 months...Began season as the understudy to incumbent Don Majkowski, he replaced an injured Majkowski (ankle) in the 1st quarter of Game 3 vs. Cincinnati (9/20) and led the Packers to a come-from-behind, 24-23 victory over the Bengals, forged by way of a 35-yard scoring pass to WR Kitrick Taylor with only 13 seconds remaining in the game...He went on to compile an 8-5 record as a starter...Did not play vs. Minnesota in regular-season opener (9/6), but saw action in 2nd-half relief role the next week at Tampa Bay (9/13), completing 8-of-14 passes for 73 yards...Engineered 2 TD drives in last 8:00 of the game to pull out 24-23 victory over Cincinnati (9/20) after relieving injured Majkowski in opening quarter, he threw for a season-high 289 yards and had 2 TDs against Bengals on 22-of-39 passing, throwing 1st career TD pass to Sharpe for a 5-yard score...Made 1st NFL start vs. Pittsburgh (9/27) and responded by completing 14-of-19 passes for 210 yards and 2 TDs, including a 76-yarder to Sharpe, with no INTs.

1991  Was a 2nd-round draft selection by the Falcons (33rd overall and 3rd QB, after Dan McGwire and Todd Marinovich)...Completed 14-of-32 passes for 160 yards and 2 TDs with 1 INT, in the preseason...Active for 3 games during the regular season, he played in 2 vs. LA Rams (10/27) and at Washington (11/10), officially attempting 4 incomplete passes in Redskins contest...After the 2004 season, Elias Sports Bureau changed Favre’s official passing attempts for that Washington game; in researching Favre’s early career, viewing a tape of the CBS broadcast, Elias determined that Favre actually threw 4 passes in the game (the RFK Stadium press box had mistakenly credited him with 5 attempts in hand-written statistics).

COLLEGE  Led his Southern Mississippi team to 29 victories, including 2 bowl wins, during 4 varsity seasons (1987-90), and climaxed his college career with MVP award in the East-West Shrine game...Set school records for passing yards (8,193), pass attempts (1,234), completions (656), passing percentage (53.0) and TDs (55), with only 35 INTs..Overcame injuries in a serious summer car accident prior to his senior year to lead his team to an 8-3 record and just 8 points from an undefeated season...Suffered internal injuries in the accident on 7/14/90, he subsequently had 30 inches of his intestines surgically removed 24 days later (8/7/90)...Shocked his coaches and teammates by returning to the starting lineup a month later (9/8/90) and escorting the Golden Eagles to an upset over Alabama...Was MVP of All-American Bowl at conclusion of senior year...Became starter at Southern Miss in 3rd game of his freshman season...Had the No. 4 jersey he had worn at Southern Mississippi retired in September of 1993.

PREP  Earned 5 letters in baseball (he led team in batting all 5 seasons) and 3 in football at Hancock North Central High School in Kiln, where his late father, Irvin, was his coach...Played QB and SS, also serving as P and PK...Played in Mississippi High School All Star game following senior season.

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