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  • Wed., Apr. 16, 2014 6:00PM - 8:30PM CDT Tailgate Tour: Ironwood party

    The Green Bay Packers announced plans for the ninth ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour,’ set for April 15-19. This year’s tour includes two stops in Michigan, in addition to three Wisconsin stops, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.

    Tour celebrities will include Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, players Jarrett Bush, Brad Jones and Mason Crosby, and Packers alumni Paul Coffman, Lynn Dickey and James Lofton.

    The tailgate parties will welcome the players and alumni arriving at each location at 6 p.m., and will run until 8:30 p.m., except in Merrill, where the tailgate party will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. A local non-profit organization will host each party which will feature food, giveaways, question-and-answer sessions and autographs. Tailgate party tickets cost $30.

    General admission tickets also will be available for $5, which includes access to the Q-and-A sessions as well as tailgate party activities. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. Due to space limitations, no general admission tickets will be available in Ironwood. 

    One hundred percent of the Tailgate Tour proceeds will benefit the hosting organizations.

    Tickets for the tailgate parties at all locations will go on sale Friday, Feb. 28. ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour’ tailgate party locations, hosting organizations and ticket information are as follows:

    Ironwood: Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort. To benefit Ironwood Volunteer Fire Department. Tickets on sale at Super One Foods, 1480 E. Cloverland Dr., Ironwood, Mich.

  • Thu., Apr. 17, 2014 6:00PM - 8:30PM CDT Tailgate Tour: Superior party

    The Green Bay Packers announced plans for the ninth ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour,’ set for April 15-19. This year’s tour includes two stops in Michigan, in addition to three Wisconsin stops, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.

    Tour celebrities will include Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, players Jarrett Bush, Brad Jones and Mason Crosby, and Packers alumni Paul Coffman, Lynn Dickey and James Lofton.

    The tailgate parties will welcome the players and alumni arriving at each location at 6 p.m., and will run until 8:30 p.m., except in Merrill, where the tailgate party will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. A local non-profit organization will host each party which will feature food, giveaways, question-and-answer sessions and autographs. Tailgate party tickets cost $30.

    General admission tickets also will be available for $5, which includes access to the Q-and-A sessions as well as tailgate party activities. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. Due to space limitations, no general admission tickets will be available in Ironwood. 

    One hundred percent of the Tailgate Tour proceeds will benefit the hosting organizations.

    Tickets for the tailgate parties at all locations will go on sale Friday, Feb. 28. ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour’ tailgate party locations, hosting organizations and ticket information are as follows:

    Superior: Superior High School. To benefit the National Bank Commerce Spartan Sports Complex. Tickets on sale at Screen Graphics, 1327 Banks Ave., Superior.

  • Fri., Apr. 18, 2014 6:00PM - 8:30PM CDT Tailgate Tour: Rice Lake party

    The Green Bay Packers announced plans for the ninth ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour,’ set for April 15-19. This year’s tour includes two stops in Michigan, in addition to three Wisconsin stops, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.

    Tour celebrities will include Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, players Jarrett Bush, Brad Jones and Mason Crosby, and Packers alumni Paul Coffman, Lynn Dickey and James Lofton.

    The tailgate parties will welcome the players and alumni arriving at each location at 6 p.m., and will run until 8:30 p.m., except in Merrill, where the tailgate party will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. A local non-profit organization will host each party which will feature food, giveaways, question-and-answer sessions and autographs. Tailgate party tickets cost $30.

    General admission tickets also will be available for $5, which includes access to the Q-and-A sessions as well as tailgate party activities. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. Due to space limitations, no general admission tickets will be available in Ironwood. 

    One hundred percent of the Tailgate Tour proceeds will benefit the hosting organizations.

    Tickets for the tailgate parties at all locations will go on sale Friday, Feb. 28. ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour’ tailgate party locations, hosting organizations and ticket information are as follows:

    Rice Lake: Barron County Fairgrounds. To benefit Benjamin’s House. Tickets on sale at Marketplace Foods, 330 S. Main St., Rice Lake; and Rainbow Home Center, 1124 Hammond Ave., Rice Lake.

  • Sat., Apr. 19, 2014 12:30PM - 3:00PM CDT Tailgate Tour: Merrill party

    The Green Bay Packers announced plans for the ninth ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour,’ set for April 15-19. This year’s tour includes two stops in Michigan, in addition to three Wisconsin stops, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.

    Tour celebrities will include Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy, players Jarrett Bush, Brad Jones and Mason Crosby, and Packers alumni Paul Coffman, Lynn Dickey and James Lofton.

    The tailgate parties will welcome the players and alumni arriving at each location at 6 p.m., and will run until 8:30 p.m., except in Merrill, where the tailgate party will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. A local non-profit organization will host each party which will feature food, giveaways, question-and-answer sessions and autographs. Tailgate party tickets cost $30.

    General admission tickets also will be available for $5, which includes access to the Q-and-A sessions as well as tailgate party activities. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. Due to space limitations, no general admission tickets will be available in Ironwood. 

    One hundred percent of the Tailgate Tour proceeds will benefit the hosting organizations.

    Tickets for the tailgate parties at all locations will go on sale Friday, Feb. 28. ‘Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour’ tailgate party locations, hosting organizations and ticket information are as follows:

    Merrill: MARC. To benefit Riverbend Trail. Tickets on sale at Merrill Chamber of Commerce, 705 N. Center Ave., Merrill; Dave’s County Market, 300 E. 1st St., Merrill; and Drew’s Piggly Wiggly, 3404 E. Main St., Merrill. Tickets also available online at www.merrillchamber.org.

  • Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 8:00AM - 6:00PM CDT Packers Pro Shop Tent Sale

    The sale is taking place earlier than in previous years, due to the construction at Lambeau Field and the work that the Pro Shop team must complete in preparation for the new store, which will open this summer. Visitors to Lambeau Field should enter the Atrium through the Oneida Nation Gate. Parking is available in the lot on Lambeau Field’s east side near the Oneida Nation Gate, which can be accessed off Oneida Street and Lombardi Avenue.

    The sale will feature the traditional mix of Pro Shop items greatly reduced in price and other special purchases.

    The team’s football operations staff also has provided Packers team apparel no longer in use, including a large assortment of t-shirts, shorts, jackets, jerseys and pants. Some items are practice-worn gear not normally available in the Pro Shop.

    The tent sale began in 1994 in the parking lot outside the former Pro Shop on the north end of Lambeau Field and grew into a popular event. Now in its 11th year in the Atrium, the tent sale also was held in the west side stadium concourse in previous years.

     
  • Sat., May. 10, 2014 7:00PM CDT Eddie Lacy appearance 22nd Annual Doug Jirschele Memorial Sports Award Banquet

History

 
QB BRETT FAVRE
6' 2" 222 lbs. Southern Mississippi

Exp: 17 NFL Seasons, 16 Packers Seasons
Age: 44
Acquired: Trade 1992 (Atl)
Current Status: Traded to NY Jets (Last updated: August 2008)
 
At A Glance
  • The NFL's only three-time Associated Press MVP (1995-97)
  • Started 253 consecutive games (275 including playoffs), the Packers franchise record, longest stretch ever by an NFL quarterback, and league's second-longest streak ever recorded among all positions
  • Holds virtually every significant NFL career passing record, including touchdown passes (442), completions (5,377), attempts (8,758) and yards (61,655), plus most wins (160) as a starting QB
  • With 16 seasons in a Packers uniform, matched Bart Starr (1956-71) for most in franchise history
  • Possesses a 43-6 home record including playoffs when the kickoff temperature is 34 degrees or below
  • First NFL completion was to
  • himself, the quarterback snaring his own deflected aerial for minus-7 yards in contest at Tampa Bay Sept. 13, 1992
  • Established the 'Brett Favre Fourward Foundation' in 1996; in conjunction with his annual golf tournament, celebrity softball game and fundraising dinners, foundation has donated more than $3 million to charities in his home state of Mississippi as well as to those in his adopted state of Wisconsin
  • 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
  • His high school, Hancock North Central (Kiln, Miss.), 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 (No. 10) in 1993
  • Named 2008 PFWA 'Good Guy Award' winner as "player who best helped the media do its job."
2007 Season
  • Sports Illustrated's 'Sportsman of the Year' who played some of his best football in his 17th season, earning a ninth career selection to the Pro Bowl and Associated Press 2007 NFL All-Pro second-team honors
  • Also named 'FedEx Air Player of the Year' and was selected '2007 NFC Offensive Player of the Year' by the Kansas City Committee of 101, a national committee of 101 sportswriters and sportscasters who cover the NFL
  • Started all 16 games, bringing his career total to 253 consecutive regular-season starts, second most in NFL history
  • Completed 356 of 535 passes (66.5 percent) for 4,155 yards and 28 TDs, with 15 INTs, for a 95.7 passer rating
  • Finished fourth in the league in passing yards, completions and completion percentage, sixth in attempts, and tied for sixth in touchdown passes
  • Extended two of his own NFL records with at least 3,000 passing yards for a 16th consecutive season and 16th overall season
  • Surpassed the 4,000 yards passing mark for the fifth time in his career
  • His completion percentage marked a new career high, he also matched his career best in wins (13) and 300-yard passing games (seven), the latter matching his total of 300-yard games in 1995 and boosting his career total to 55
  • Connected on eight touchdown passes of 40 yards-or-longer, another career high
  • Extended his own league mark with three more TD passes of 75 yards-or-more, giving him 14 in his career; also tied and broke the league record with his eighth and ninth TD passes of at least 80 yards
  • For the first time in his career, threw for 300 yards-or-more in three consecutive games, accomplishing the feat twice (Weeks 3-5; 8-10)
  • Also directed four game-winning comebacks (fourth-quarter deficit or tie), increasing his career total to 40
  • Attempted at least 40 passes in four games without throwing an interception
  • Overcame yet another personal setback, the death of his stepfather-in-law, Rocky Byrd, on July 28 (missed practices July 29-31); Favre said he was closer to Byrd than his own father, also said he was happy to have football after such a tragedy

    Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), completed 23 of 42 passes for 206 yards
  • Named 'NFC Offensive Player of the Week' for his performance at the New York Giants (Sept. 16), becoming the winningest quarterback of all time by passing Elway (148 victories). Completed 29 of 38 passes for 286 yards and three TDs, for a 112.4 passer rating; connected with eight different receivers. Converted his first 14 passes in the second half; overall was 18-of-21 for 147 yards and three touchdowns following halftime. On the Packers' first series of the second half, found Bubba Franks for a 2-yard TD. On a drive in the third quarter that extended into the fourth, finished with a perfect lob to Donald Lee in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard score; less than two minutes later - following a fumble on a Giants kick return recovered by Green Bay - finished the short series with a 10-yard scoring throw to Donald Driver
  • Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), was voted 'FedEx Air NFL Player Of The Week' for leading five scoring drives, completing 28 of 45 passes for 369 yards and three TDs. With the Chargers up 21-17 in the fourth quarter, tied Marino's touchdown pass record; completed a short pass to Greg Jennings, who sprinted down the middle of the field for a 57-yard touchdown, giving Green Bay a 24-21 lead in the eventual 31-24 win. In the second quarter, hit Driver for a 16-yard gain on third-and-3; three plays later on another third-and-3, threw a short pass to DeShawn Wynn, who advanced the ball 9 yards. On the following play, found Driver for a 5-yard touchdown. On the next drive in the second quarter, ran for 2 yards on third-and-1 and later hit Driver for a gain of 46 yards on third-and-10; capped the drive with a 5-yard TD throw to Franks
  • Named 'NFC Offensive Player of the Week' and 'FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week' for his performance at Minnesota (Sept. 30). Went 32-of-45 for 344 yards and two touchdowns, including his NFL-record 421st TD pass, a 16-yard strike to Jennings in the first quarter, putting Green Bay up 7-0 and breaking Marino's record. Completed passes to 10 different receivers and broke Marino's record for pass attempts as well. In the fourth quarter, found James Jones down the right sideline for a 33-yard score, No. 422 for Favre; the TD gave the Packers a 23-9 lead in the eventual 23-16 win
  • Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), went 29-of-40 for 322 yards with one touchdown and two INTs; completed 19 of 22 passes in the first half. In the second quarter, found Jennings for a 41-yard score and a 14-7 lead. Completed a pass to nine different receivers
  • Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), completed 19 of 37 passes, with two INTs. On the Packers' only touchdown drive, coming in the first quarter, connected with Lee on a 60-yard catch-and-run; Wynn ran in a 3-yard score on the next play
  • In Monday Night Football contest at Denver (Oct. 29), completed 21 of 27 passes to seven different receivers for 331 yards and two touchdowns, for a season-high 142.4 passer rating, earning him 'FedEx Air Player Of The Week'; threw only one incompletion after halftime. Threw a game-winning, 82-yard scoring toss to Jennings on the first play in overtime, hitting his target in stride up the left sideline. In the first quarter, on the first play of the Packers' second drive, completed a long pass to Jones, who gained extra yardage for the 79-yard score. With his performance, became the first player in Packers history to throw two TD passes of 75-plus yards in one game. Only three other NFL quarterbacks had done that since 1990
  • At Kansas City (Nov. 4), went 24-of-34 for 360 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. In the second quarter, hit Lee for a 48-yard play on third-and-8, setting up a 36-yard field goal. In the third, found Jennings on a short pass that turned into a 13-yard touchdown and 13-7 lead. Trailing in the fourth quarter, placed a 44-yard pass perfectly to Driver, the series ending with a FG for 16-14 advantage. Following a Kansas City touchdown and successful two-point conversion, found Jennings for a 60-yard touchdown and a 23-22 lead in the eventual 33-22 win
  • Won 'FedEx Air Player Of The Week' for his outing vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), connecting on 33 of 46 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns, including his 200th at Lambeau Field. On the Packers' first TD drive, converted passes on third-and-3 and fourth-and-3, the drive ending with a 30-yard Grant scoring run. On the first drive of the third quarter, converted two third downs and finished the series with a 1-yard strike to Lee for a 20-0 lead. Later in the quarter, again successfully moved the chains twice with throws on third down, this time ending the drive with an 8-yard pass to Ruvell Martin in the end zone, that pass also coming on third down. In the fourth quarter, hit Jones for 37 yards on third-and-2; the drive capped with a 17-yard scoring toss to Martin, giving Green Bay its final points in the 34-0 shutout
  • Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), completed 22-of-30 for 218 yards and three touchdowns. In the second quarter, found Driver for a 47-yard gain and finished the drive with a 4-yard TD pass to Jennings. Later in the quarter, connected with Lee for a 26-yard touchdown; found Lee in the end zone in the third quarter for a 12-yard score
  • At Detroit (Nov. 22), completed 31 of 41 passes for 381 yards and three touchdowns, for a passer rating of 128.2, earning the Thanksgiving Day 'Galloping Gobbler' award from FOX Sports and once again earning 'FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.' Completed team-record 20 straight passes, breaking the previous Packers mark of 18 set by both Lynn Dickey and Majkowski. Had his 63rd game with three touchdown passes or more, surpassing Marino's NFL record (62). Following an Aaron Rouse interception at the start of the second quarter, completed an 11-yard touchdown to Jennings. On the next drive, completed passes of 38, 18 and 19 yards, before Grant ended the series with a 5-yard TD run. In the third quarter, hit Jennings for a 4-yard score; later in the quarter, connected with Martin on a 3-yard TD
  • At Dallas (Nov. 29), was 5-of-14 for 56 yards with two INTs before leaving the game with elbow and shoulder injuries; was hit on a blitz by CB Nate Jones in the second quarter and did not return. Led two scoring drives before leaving the game - one ending with a field goal and the other a 62-yard Grant TD run
  • Despite the injuries, started his 250th consecutive contest vs. Oakland (Dec. 9). Went 15-of-23 for 266 yards and two touchdowns, for a 115.5 passer rating. On the first drive of the second quarter, converted two third downs with the drive culminating in a Grant 6-yard TD run. In the third quarter, launched a deep pass down the right sideline for Jennings, who outleapt his defender and took it the rest of the way for an 80-yard touchdown. In the fourth, found Lee across the middle, who broke tackles and stiff-armed his way to a 46-yard touchdown, Green Bay's final points of the game
  • At St. Louis (Dec. 16), completed 19 of 30 passes for 225 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. In the fourth quarter, found Driver for a 7-yard gain, breaking Marino's career record of 61,361 passing yards. In the second quarter, hit Lee for a 4-yard touchdown. On third-and-10 in the third quarter, found a wide-open Jennings for a 44-yard TD, the Packers' final touchdown of the contest. The touchdown was the quarterback's 59th career touchdown pass 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-yard drive that finished with a 5-yard Koren Robinson TD reception; on the drive, had a season-long 21-yard scramble. Led a six-play, 41-yard drive in his final regular-season action and found Franks for a 4-yard score to begin the second quarter

    Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started both playoff contests
  • Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), completed 18 of 23 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns, good for a 137.6 passer rating, a personal playoff best. Became the second quarterback in NFL history to throw for 5,000 career postseason yards when he completed an 11-yard pass to Jennings in the second quarter. In the first quarter, had found Jennings for a 15-yard touchdown, the Packers' first of the game. Found Jennings again in the second quarter, this time a 2-yard score. On a drive later in the second, converted three third downs; on third-and-8 in the red zone, stumbled as he scrambled to his right and still managed to flip an underhanded pass to Lee for an 11-yard gain that led to a 3-yard Grant touchdown run on the next play. In the third quarter, hit Brandon Jackson on a short pass that Jackson took in for a 13-yard score
  • In the NFC Championship Game vs. the New York Giants (Jan. 20), went 19-of-35 for 236 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. On the first play of a second-quarter drive, hit Driver for a 90-yard TD, for a 7-6 Packers lead; it was the fourth-longest pass play in a postseason game in NFL history. Also connected with Lee for a third-quarter, 12-yard touchdown. The performance marked his 18th consecutive postseason game with a TD pass, extending his NFL record.

    NFL Rankings: Finished fourth in the league in passing yards, completions and completion percentage
  • Ranked sixth in attempts, and tied for sixth in touchdown passes.

    Streaks & Milestones: Has played in 255 straight games (275 including playoffs) and started 253 in a row (273 including playoffs), the NFL's record among quarterbacks and the second-longest recorded streak in NFL history. Only Minnesota's Jim Marshall (270, 1961-79) has been documented to have started more games in consecutive fashion
  • Surpassed Dan Marino's NFL record of 420 touchdown passes against Minnesota in Week 4. Favre now has 442 career TD passes
  • Surpassed Marino's NFL record for attempts (8,358) against Minnesota. Favre has 8,758
  • Also surpassed Marino's record of 61,361 career passing yards. Favre has 61,655 career yards
  • Threw his 200th TD pass at Lambeau Field in Week 10 to extend the league's single-stadium record. He now has 209
  • Needs 106 passing yards at Lambeau Field to surpass John Elway (27,889 at Mile High Stadium) for the single-stadium record. Favre has 27,784
  • Threw for three touchdowns in Week 12, the 63rd game of his career with at least three TD passes, surpassing Marino's (62) NFL record
  • Established a new team record against Detroit in Week 12 by completing 20 consecutive passes
  • Has 40 career game-winning comebacks (fourth quarter deficit or tie), including four this season
  • Has 55 career 300-yard passing games, including seven this season, tying his own record of seven 300-yard passing games in 1995
  • Extended two of his own NFL records with at least 3,000 passing yards for a 16th consecutive season and 16th overall season
  • Surpassed the 4,000 yards passing mark for the fifth time in his career.
2006 Season
  • Played all 16 games for a 14th straight year
  • With a career-high 613 pass attempts, led the league for a second straight year, joining George Blanda (1963-65) as one of two passers to pace the NFL multiple times after their 36th birthdays
  • Including 1999, when his 595 passes led the NFL, also joined Arnie Herber (1932, 1934, 1936) as one of two Green Bay passers to pace 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 as the Packers' starter, 1992, when he also had 18 (in the interim, his 12 straight years with 20-or-more TDs remains the league record)
  • Also threw 18 interceptions, trimming his 2005 total by 11, the best improvement of his career
  • 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
  • On three occasions, captured 'FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week' - after spirited victories in Week 3 at Detroit, Week 10 at Minnesota and Week 17 at Chicago
  • Made his 14th career start in a season opener, vs. Chicago (Sept. 10) and was shut out, 26-0, for the first time he could recall at any level of football (including 1987-90 at Southern Mississippi); his 222 starts without a shutout had been the most in NFL history, a distinction that reverted back to Steve DeBerg (140)
  • Gave the Packers an early lead in an eventual 31-24 triumph at Detroit (Sept. 24), finding Jennings on a short route across the middle, a play that turned into a 75-yard touchdown, the 400th TD pass of the quarterback's decorated career
  • For his flawless play in Lions win, earned 'NFC Offensive Player of the Week,' 'FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week,' NBC 'Football Night in America Player of the Day' and 'CBS/Westwood One Radio Amtrak Player of the Week'
  • In 23-20 setback vs. St. Louis (Oct. 8), for the first time in his career lost in a start at Lambeau Field in which he did not throw an interception; was 39-0 (43-0 including playoffs) entering the Rams contest
  • At Miami (Oct. 22), threw a perfect 34-yard strike to Driver between two defenders, a play ruled incomplete until officials overturned the call on Green Bay's replay challenge; reacted to the announcement by twirling Driver on his shoulders in a fireman's carry, a celebration repeated a few times with the receivers since
  • Surpassed 25,000 Lambeau Field passing yards in 31-14 triumph vs. Arizona (Oct. 29); threw for 180 yards and a TD, for a passer rating of 102.1. Ran in a 1-yard score in Cardinals contest, his first rushing touchdown since Dec. 3, 2001, followed by his first ever Lambeau Leap. In the fourth quarter against Arizona, became only the second player in league 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-high 347 yards and two touchdowns, a 100.0 passer rating, and surpassed No. 3 Bruce Matthews (229, 1987-2001) on the league's all-time list of longest recorded games streaks
  • In tough loss vs. New England (Nov. 19), left in the second quarter with ulnar nerve damage in his right elbow and did not complete a start due to injury for only the sixth time in his then 231-game streak
  • Returned to start next week at Seattle (Nov. 27)
  • In 17-9 win vs. Detroit (Dec. 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)
  • Four days later in rainy, 9-7 win vs. Minnesota (Dec. 21), threw for 285 yards, including a 36-yard, fourth-quarter strike to Martin that set up Dave Rayner's 44-yard field goal and iced the 36th game-winning comeback of the quarterback's career; on his last pass of the night, became the first in NFL history to reach 5,000 completions
  • Finished the season with a fourth consecutive victory, a 285-yard, one-TD performance at Chicago (Dec. 31), helping the Packers to a runaway 26-7 triumph over the eventual NFC champions
2005 Season
  • Started all 16 games, completed a career-high and league-leading 372 passes, and also led the NFL with 607 attempts
  • Paced the NFC with 3,881 yards
  • Also had 62 rushing yards (on 18 attempts), more than the 51 he had in the previous two seasons combined, thanks in part to his offseason regimen with former Notre Dame strength and conditioning coach Ken Kroener at Favre's Mississippi home
  • Also engineered his 2,500th drive
  • A trying preseason served as a harbinger for the most difficult campaign of his career
  • Learned Aug. 30 that Hurricane Katrina had wiped out his childhood home in Kiln, Miss., 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 one 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 (Sept. 1), then trucked them to Mississippi
  • From the team's season-opening roster, injuries struck two of his top three receivers, two of his top three tight ends, all three of his running backs (as well as a fourth) and his starting center
  • Placing the mounting pressure firmly on his own shoulders, threw a league-leading and career-high 29 interceptions and finished with a career-low 70.9 passer rating
  • Played without Javon Walker, his primary deep threat coming off a career year, for all but the first 37 minutes of the season
  • Also lost No. 3 wideout Robert Ferguson for five full games and parts of others, top running back Green to a season-ending injury in Game 6, Green's backup Najeh Davenport for the year in Game 5 and top tight end Franks for six games
  • Completed passes to 18 players, two more than his previous career high (16 in 1998) and one shy of the team record, 19 in 1987, when Green Bay used replacement players in three contests
  • Kicked off his 15th season at Detroit (Sept. 11); was sacked four times in 17-3 loss and saw 75 yards in offensive gains wiped out by penalties, including Walker's third-quarter pass interference on a 55-yard completion that ended the receiver's season (ACL) at the Detroit 3-yard line
  • In 26-24 loss vs. Cleveland (Sept. 18), his 20-yard run in the second quarter was his longest since 1999, when he also had a 20-yard rush. With a completion to Green in Browns contest, became the third ever to reach 50,000 career passing yards, joining Marino (61,361) and Elway (51,475)
  • Also, with a last-second TD pass to RB Tony Fisher, broke Elway's single-stadium record with his 181st TD pass at Lambeau 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 Packers from a 19-point deficit, throwing two TDs and a pair of two-point conversions in the fourth quarter. With no timeouts, had the Packers in a position to win on their final drive, but his fourth-and-2 pass to Driver fell incomplete inside the Carolina 40 with a minute left
  • In crushing 23-20 loss at Minnesota (Oct. 23), passed for 315 yards and two touchdowns, completing his first 13 passes. After Minnesota took a late, 20-17 lead, orchestrated a 56-yard drive that ended with a field goal to tie the contest with 24 seconds left, but the Vikings won on a 56-yard field goal as time expired
  • In bizarre, 21-14 loss at Cincinnati (Oct. 30), threw a career-high five interceptions, while surpassing Elway and moving into second place all-time in both career attempts and yards. Down 21-7 in the fourth quarter, engineered a 13-play, 88-yard touchdown drive, then got the ball back at his own 10-yard line with 56 seconds left. After ushering the offense to the Cincinnati 28 with 23 seconds on the clock, was dropping back and looking for the potential game-tying TD pass when a Bengals fan who had slipped past stadium security literally took the ball out of Favre's hands; the Packers' next play resulted in a sack, setting the stage for the final snap, a desperation throw on which officials flagged an exhausted Favre for an illegal forward pass
  • Vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 6), did not throw a TD pass at Lambeau Field for the first time since Oct. 20, 2002, a win over Washington in which Favre departed with a knee injury, ending his streak of 24 games (27 including playoffs) with a TD toss at the stadium
  • In chilly Sunday night win vs. Detroit (Dec. 11), with an early completion to Ferguson, set an NFL record by reaching 3,000 yards passing for a 14th overall season, breaking a tie with Marino (13). Engineered a game-saving series in the fourth quarter of Lions contest, going 2 of 3 for 34 yards to set up a 39-yard field goal that tied the contest, 13-13, then orchestrated the game-winning FG drive on the only overtime possession
  • Went two straight games without a TD pass for the second time in his career, his first streak since Sept. 26-Oct. 3, 1993
  • Was swept in a Chicago season series for the first time in 24-17 loss at Lambeau Field (Dec. 25); went 30 of 51 for 317 yards with four INTs
  • On the game's final drive, stunned the NFL's No. 1 defense at the time with a 56-yard pass to Driver, but then was sacked on consecutive plays and ended the contest with a last-second interception
  • In season-ending, 23-17 win vs. former coach Mike Holmgren and the NFC's best team, Seattle (Jan. 1), hooked up with Antonio Chatman for a 9-yard touchdown, giving Favre at least 20 TD passes in 12 straight seasons, extending an NFL record
2004 Season
  • Concluded his 13th Green Bay season overseeing the league's third-ranked offense
  • Completed 346 of 540 passes - a 64.1 percent completion percentage, tied for his third best as a pro - for 4,088 yards and 30 touchdowns with 17 interceptions, giving him a passer rating of 92.4 - the sixth-highest mark of his pro career
  • Threw for more than 4,000 yards for a fourth time as a professional (and the first time since 1999), standing fifth in the league
  • Authored eight games with a passer rating above 100
  • Opened the season by leading Green Bay to a 24-14 triumph over the defending NFC champion Panthers in Monday night game at Carolina (Sept. 13)
  • In the home opener with Chicago (Sept. 19), broke the NFL record (since 1970) for most consecutive games with a touchdown 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 N.Y. Jets)
  • In track meet at Indianapolis (Sept. 26), threw for 360 yards and four touchdowns on 30-of-44 passing, without an interception, for a passer rating of 123.1. Tied Unitas for the second most four-TD games (17) in NFL history. Connected with WR Walker on three touchdowns, the first time he had thrown a trio of TDs to one receiver since Dec. 20, 1998, vs. Tennessee, when he found Freeman on three occasions. His 79-yard scoring throw to Walker was a season long
  • Playing with a softball-sized bruise on his left hamstring suffered the prior week, sustained a more serious injury vs. the N.Y. Giants (Oct. 3); received a concussion on the first drive of the third quarter after the Giants' William Joseph and Keith Washington fell on him, then returned two plays later to throw a 28-yard TD strike to Walker on fourth-and-5, the Packers' only score of the game
  • Team doctors subsequently ruled he was not healthy enough to go back into the game and he remained sidelined for the remainder of the contest
  • Returned the following week to launch an unprecedented long-distance streak, completing a pass of at least 44 yards in six consecutive games (Oct. 11-Nov. 21), by far the longest stretch of his career
  • Established a pair of milestones in victory at Detroit (Oct. 17). By taking the Packers' first offensive snap, he surpassed Starr (196) for No. 1 on the franchise's all-time games-played list with 197, and also moved ahead of Fran Tarkenton (47,003) and into fourth place in career passing yards
  • Played in his 200th NFL game (including the 1991 season with Atlanta), while also making his 100th career home start, in victory over Dallas (Oct. 24). Completed a season-high 79.3 percent of his passes (23 of 29) for 258 yards and a pair of scores in Cowboys contest
  • Surpassed Elway (4,123) for No. 2 on the all-time completions list in win at Washington (Oct. 31)
  • Was named NFC 'Player of the Month' for November after helping the Packers to a 3-0 record during a month that saw him lead Green Bay to a pair of comeback victories and make his 200th consecutive NFL start
  • Completed passes to nine receivers in leading Green Bay to a 34-31 triumph in initial '04 meeting vs. the Vikings (Nov. 14), capturing NFC 'Offensive Player of the Week' honors. Moved into second place in NFL history with his 18th career four-TD game, breaking a tie with Unitas. Took his team down the field for a walk-off field goal after Minnesota rallied from a 14-point deficit to tie the game at 31 with 1:20 remaining
  • Found himself in an even more dire situation a week later at Houston (Nov. 21) in Sunday night game. Trailing 13-3, he passed for 201 yards in the final period to bring Green Bay back to victory from a fourth-quarter deficit of 10-or-more points on the road for the first time in 14 years. Arched a beautiful, 24-yard touchdown pass to Driver with 12:28 remaining to pull the Packers to within 13-10, then took Green Bay 40 yards to a game-tying field goal on its next possession. Finally, completed 6 of 7 passes for 41 yards (his lone incompletion was a spike to stop the clock) in the final two minutes to set up a walk-off 46-yard field goal, a 16-13 victory. Had season highs in attempts (50), completions (33) and yards passing (383) in his first-ever meeting with the Texans, while also contributing with a season-long 17-yard run to pick up a fourth-quarter first down
  • In his 200th consecutive NFL start, threw for three scores in Monday night victory over St. Louis (Nov. 29)
  • Saw his string of 36 consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass - second longest in NFL history - end in loss at Philadelphia (Dec. 5)
  • Dealing with difficult wind conditions vs. Detroit (Dec. 12), brought Green Bay back from three points down to a 16-13 victory by directing a pair of field-goal drives, including the game-winner with two seconds left
  • Overcame adverse situation at Minnesota (Dec. 24) to lead Green Bay to its third straight NFC North title (Dec. 24). Having just thrown an interception that Vikings LB Chris Claiborne returned 15 yards for a touchdown to put Minnesota up 31-24 with 8:18 remaining, rallied his team to 10 unanswered points to steal the 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 yards passing for the fourth time and reached the 30-TD plateau for an NFL-record eighth time as a pro at Chicago (Jan. 2) before exiting regular-season finale midway through the second quarter
  • 2004 PLAYOFFS: Extended his NFL-record streak of consecutive postseason games with a touchdown pass to 16 in NFC Wild Card contest vs. Minnesota (Jan. 9). Completed 22 of 33 passes for 216 yards and one TD, but was intercepted four times
  • Moved past Marino (385) and into second place on the all-time NFL postseason completions list
  • Additionally surpassed Elway (651) for No. 3 on the all-time playoff passing attempts list
2003 Season
  • Played in all 16 games despite fracturing the thumb on his right (throwing) hand early in the team's seventh contest, at St. Louis (Oct. 19), leaving him in considerable pain for at least the next month and needing to wear a protective splint on the thumb for the balance of the year
  • Led Green Bay to its ninth playoff appearance and fifth division title (second in a row) in his 12th year leading the club
  • Was selected to his eighth career Pro Bowl (1992-93, 1995-97, 2001-03), tying him with Willie Wood for the second-most selections in team history (behind Gregg's nine), though he later was forced to withdraw due to the broken thumb
  • Also was named to the All-NFC team of Pro Football Weekly and 'Snickers Hungriest Player of the Year'
  • Along the way, he helped the Packers to 442 points, the second-highest total in franchise history, behind only the 456 scored by the 1996 Super Bowl champions
  • Finished second in the NFC in passer rating (90.4), completing 308 of a career-low 471 passing attempts - an NFC-best 65.4 completion percentage (which was a career best and franchise record until 2007) - for 3,361 yards and an NFL-best 32 TDs, with 21 interceptions
  • Authored six games with a passer rating of 100 or better
  • The Packers' offense became the NFL's first unit to: rush for at least 2,500 yards, pass for at least 3,300 yards, complete at least 65 percent of passes, rush for at least 18 TDs and pass for at least 32 TDs
  • Also started the club's two postseason games, completing 41 of his 66 passes for 499 yards and three TDs with one INT
  • Rallied from a fourth-quarter deficit or tie to win on four 2003 occasions - Nov. 2 at Minnesota, Nov. 16 at Tampa Bay, Dec. 14 at San Diego and Jan. 4 vs. Seattle in the playoffs
  • Captured NFC 'Offensive Player of the Month' honors for December, when he completed 79 of 117 passes for 1,003 yards and 10 touchdowns, including a pair of four-TD games (his first since the '99 season), with only three interceptions, in leading Green Bay to a 4-0 record and 144 points during the month - an average of 36 points per game
  • 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 (Dec. 22), playing with a heavy heart one day after the sudden death of his father (Irvin). Completed 22 of 30 passes (73.3 percent) for 399 yards and four TDs, without an interception, against the Raiders - for a team-record 154.9 passer rating. Threw for a career-best 311 yards in the 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. His initial touchdown pass to Walker (and second of the game), late in the first quarter of the Oakland contest, gave him 343 for his career and pushed him past Tarkenton into second place on the NFL's all-time list. With his receivers making an extra effort to catch every pass thrown on the heels of his personal tragedy, he also completed passes that night of 47 and 27 yards to Ferguson, of 46 yards to Walker, of 32 and 41 yards to Driver and of 32 yards to Fisher
  • Was named NFC 'Offensive Player of the Week' in recognition of his game for the ages vs. Oakland
  • His performance in the contest earned the ESPN ESPY's 2004 'Best Moment'
  • A week earlier at San Diego (Dec. 14), he also had thrown for four TDs, including a pair of second-half scores to Ferguson in the Packers' come-from-behind 38-21 win. Completed 23 of 33 passes (70.0 percent) for 278 yards against the Chargers, with only one interception, he also broke Cecil Isbell's long-standing team record for consecutive games with a touchdown pass (22), connecting with Driver just before halftime for a score in his 23rd straight contest
  • Broke Gregg's franchise record for consecutive games played in comeback victory vs. Chicago (Dec. 7) by suiting up for his 188th straight contest
  • After connecting on his final four throws of Lions contest (Sept. 14), he then hit his first 10 passes at Arizona (Sept. 21) to match the second-longest streak of consecutive completions in his pro career - 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 passes (19-25) in ensuing 35-13 victory vs. Seattle (Oct. 5), defeating his former head coach, Holmgren, for the first time
  • Posted a 104.7 passer rating in loss at St. Louis (Oct. 19) despite playing almost the entire game with a broken thumb on his throwing hand. Fractured his right thumb on the first series of Rams contest when he hit the shoulder pad of guard Mike Wahle while following through on his second pass attempt of the game
  • Eschewing the initial recommendation of surgery to place pins in his thumb for proper healing of the bone, a procedure that would have sidelined him 4-6 weeks, returned after the Packers' bye week to play in Sunday night game at Minnesota (Nov. 2). Threw for three touchdowns, including a pair to Walker, in leading Green Bay to a 30-27 triumph over the Vikings
  • Deferring to the Packers' strong running game, attempted a season-low 15 passes (completing 10) in 20-10 victory over San Francisco (Nov. 23), but made his first throw a memorable one, finding Walker for a 66-yard touchdown up the left sideline on the third play of the game
  • 2003 PLAYOFFS: Established the NFL record for consecutive postseason games with a touchdown pass in Wild Card playoff contest vs. Seattle (Jan. 4), when he found Franks down the seam for a 23-yard score late in the second quarter. Went on to efficiently lead Green Bay to a 33-27, overtime triumph over the Seahawks, throwing for 319 yards on 26-of-38 passing - without an INT - for a passer rating of 102.9
  • One week later, threw a pair of first-quarter touchdown passes (covering 40 and 17 yards) to Ferguson, as well as a 44-yard aerial to Walker that set up a go-ahead field goal early in the final period, in Divisional playoff game at Philadelphia (Jan. 11). Finished Eagles contest with 15 completions in 28 attempts for 180 yards and two TDs with one interception
  • Had a fourth-quarter passer rating of 102.5 during the postseason
2002 Season
  • Led Green Bay to its fourth division title and eighth playoff berth in his first 11 seasons with Green Bay
  • Chosen NFL 'Player of the Year' by Sports Illustrated
  • Received NFL MVP recognition from the Dallas Morning News
  • Was voted to the Pro Bowl (as a starter) for the seventh time, though he later was forced to withdraw due to the foot/ankle/knee injuries from the season that had taken their toll
  • For the second year in a row, was the leading vote-getter in fan balloting for the Pro Bowl, picking up 930,270 votes - 182,973 more than second-place Priest Holmes (747,297)
  • Also was a second-team All-Pro selection of AP, named All-NFC by Pro Football Weekly and chosen as NFC 'Offensive Player of the Year' by the Kansas City Committee of 101
  • Led the 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 the NFC in passing yards with 3,658, while ranking fifth in the conference in passer rating (85.6) and fourth in completion percentage (61.9)
  • Posted a passer rating of 100-or-more in six games, second most in the NFL in 2002
  • Threw for 357 yards in leading Packers to 37-31 victory at Detroit in Ford Field opener (Sept. 22), while registering season highs in both attempts (47) and completions (31), for three TDs with one INT
  • Found Driver for the game-winning, 22-yard TD pass with 4:10 remaining in eventual 17-14 win vs. Carolina (Sept. 29)
  • Was especially sharp in 34-21, Monday night triumph at Chicago (Oct. 7 in Champaign, Ill.), throwing for a season-high 359 yards on 22-of-33 passing, including career-best yardage in both the first quarter (180) and first half (287; subsequently surpassed), 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 NFC in 2002 - to open the scoring in Bears win, among three touchdown passes on the night (all in the first half), while not being intercepted; enjoyed a season-best 133.3 passer rating while surpassing the 40,000-yard mark for career passing yards
  • Put three passing touchdowns on the board for a second straight week in 28-10 victory at New England (Oct. 13). In win over the Patriots, he also became the fourth player in NFL history to throw 300 career touchdown passes - doing so with an 8-yard pass to Green late in the second quarter - tying, then surpassing, No. 3 Elway (300) in the process
  • Completed 11 of 14 passes for 89 yards against Washington (Oct. 20) before departing early in the third quarter, when he sprained the lateral collateral ligament in his left knee while being sacked by the Redskins' LaVar Arrington
  • Playing with a brace to protect his knee and a week off due to the Packers' bye, came back and led Green Bay to a hard-fought, 24-10 Monday night win vs. a tough Miami defense (Nov. 4)
  • Threw for a then-career-best 295 first-half yards en route to 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 deficit at home to defeat Minnesota 26-22 (Dec. 8), throwing touchdown passes of 21 and 40 yards (both on third down) while leading scoring drives of 67, 54 and 85 yards
  • Overcame rainy and windy conditions to lead Packers to 20-14 triumph over NFC West champion 49ers at San Francisco (Dec. 15), completing better than 75 percent of his passes (25 of 33); had 13 straight completions at one point in second half
  • Hit Driver with 11-yard touchdown pass with 7:23 remaining, helping to seal 10-0 victory vs. Buffalo (Dec. 22), while struggling with winds that gusted to 30 miles per hour
  • 2002 PLAYOFFS: Had 247 yards and one touchdown, on 20-of-42 passing with two INTs, in NFC Wild Card playoff loss vs. Atlanta (Jan. 4)
  • Threw for a score in his 13th consecutive postseason contest to tie Marino's NFL record
2001 Season
  • Finished a decade as the Packers' starting QB
  • Completed 314 of 510 pass attempts for 3,921 yards (second in the NFC) and 32 touchdowns (tied with 49ers' Jeff Garcia for second in the league)
  • His interception total (15) was the lowest in a season since he threw only 13 in 1996
  • Finished third in the NFC (and fourth in the NFL) with a 94.1 passer rating
  • Earned selection to the Pro Bowl for the sixth time in his career - the fourth time as a starter (also 1995-97) - though he later pulled out of the all-star contest (back/abdomen)
  • Had been the leading vote-getter in fan balloting for the Pro Bowl, receiving 670,401 votes - 125,878 more votes than the next closest player, the Rams' Kurt Warner (544,523)
  • In addition, was one of six finalists for the national 'Miller Lite Player of the Year' award
  • Also was a second-team All-Pro selection of the AP, Football Digest and College & Pro Football Newsweekly
  • Was tabbed to the 'All-Madden Team' of then-Fox Sports analyst John Madden
  • Was the NFC's second-leading fourth-quarter passer with a rating of 104.4, helped by the fact that he threw only two interceptions during the final period
  • Also ranked third in the conference as a third-down passer (89.0), incredibly throwing for over one-third of his touchdowns (11 of 32) on the crucial down
  • In memorable 31-23 win vs. Baltimore (Oct. 14), he enjoyed his 30th career 300-yard passing performance, (then) reaching that plateau fourth-fastest in 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 NFL Player of the Week' for his classic performance against the defending Super Bowl champions and their stingy, top-ranked defense; nearly flawless, masterfully led TD drives of 59, 74, 80 and 82 yards (the four longest allowed by Baltimore through five weeks) while completing 27 of 34 passes (a season-best 79.4 percent) for 337 yards and three touchdowns - without an interception - for a 137.4 passer rating
  • Led club to a 20-12 triumph at Chicago (Nov. 11) to overtake the first-place Bears in the standings; his production included a pair of highlight film touchdown passes - 41 yards to Bill Schroeder at the back left corner of the end zone just before halftime and a 9-yard laser to Freeman midway through the third quarter
  • Threw for a season-high 362 yards and three touchdowns on 24-of-42 passing - again without an interception - at Jacksonville (Dec. 3); also ran for the deciding score (a 6-yard bootleg around left end - his first rushing TD since Oct. 25, 1998) with 1:30 remaining in the 28-21 victory
  • Completed all five of his passes for 72 yards in driving the Packers 79 yards for the deciding score - a Green touchdown run that gave Green Bay a 17-13 lead midway through the fourth quarter - in 24-13, rematch win vs. Minnesota (Dec. 30). Additionally threw a key block on Minnesota's Orlando Thomas to help spring Driver's 31-yard TD run on a reverse, giving the Packers a 7-3 advantage late in the first half
  • Threw only two interceptions over the team's last seven regular-season contests (221 attempts) - and none in the final three games
  • 2001 PLAYOFFS: Completed 48 of 73 passes for 550 yards and four touchdowns, with seven interceptions, in two postseason games
  • Broke his own team playoff 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-half passes for 226 yards and one TD (126.3 rating) in helping Green Bay to overcome a 7-6 halftime deficit en route to 25-15 victory over the Niners
  • Was 26 of 44 for 281 yards and two touchdowns, including six interceptions to tie the NFL's single-game postseason record, in Divisional playoff loss at St. Louis (Jan. 20)
2000 Season
  • Completed 338 of an NFC-high 580 passes for 3,812 yards (third in the NFC) and 20 touchdowns with 16 interceptions for a passer rating of 78.0
  • Registered his lowest interception percentage (2.76) in four seasons, and was not intercepted in nearly half (7 of 16) of the team's games
  • Became (then) the second-fastest player in NFL history to reach 250 career touchdown passes, doing so in the 141st game of his pro career; only Marino, who did so in 128 games, had reached that plateau quicker
  • Continued to enhance his master-of-the-comeback reputation with four game-winning efforts inside Lambeau Field: vs. Philadelphia, San Francisco, Minnesota and Tampa Bay
  • Led team to 6-3 victory in Eagles contest (Sept. 17), driving Green Bay 60 yards in the final five minutes; connected on all four of his passes (for 59 yards) on the winning possession
  • Enjoyed a season-best 74.1 completion percentage (20 of 27) in leading a 31-28, fourth-quarter victory vs. the 49ers (Oct. 15); threw for 266 yards and one TD (a season-long 67-yarder), without an INT while also rushing for 35 yards, including a season-long 18-yard scamper
  • Passed for two touchdowns - an underhanded, playground-like 5-yard toss to Green and the incredible, game-winning 43-yard loft to Freeman in overtime - in 26-20 triumph vs. Minnesota (Nov. 6) on Monday Night Football; completed 17 of 36 passes for 235 yards, without an interception, in win over the Vikings
  • Drove the Packers 58 yards for a short field goal on the opening possession of overtime in a 17-14 win over Tampa Bay to close the season (Dec. 24) for his 100th victory as the Packers' starter (including nine playoff wins)
  • A week earlier, authored perhaps his best game of the season in rematch victory over Minnesota (Dec. 17) inside the Metrodome - typically a personal house of horrors - leading the Packers to a 33-28 upset victory with a highly efficient performance; threw for 290 yards and matched his season high with three touchdown strikes, without an interception, on 26-of-38 passing. On third down, completed nine of 13 passes for 91 yards and two TDs in win, completing the sweep of Minnesota and depriving the Vikings of the chance to clinch home-field advantage throughout the upcoming playoffs
  • Earlier in season opener vs. the N.Y. Jets (Sept. 3), managed only 14 completions in 34 attempts - for 152 yards and one touchdown with one interception - after a three-game layoff to rest his arm following a preseason bout with tendinitis
  • Connected on his first 14 throws before finishing with a 71.4 completion percentage (his best since the final game of the '98 season) and a 112.7 passer rating at Buffalo (Sept. 10) on 25-of-35 passing
  • Posted season highs in passing yards (333) and touchdown passes (3), vs. the Bears (Oct. 1)
  • Left in third quarter at Tampa Bay (Nov. 12) after suffering a left mid-foot sprain when sacked by the Buccaneers' Warren Sapp
  • With his status in doubt, nonetheless returned to the field with his trademark effectiveness the following week vs. Indianapolis (Nov. 19), registering 301 yards passing and two touchdowns in 26-24, upset win over the Colts, playing through painful foot sprain
  • Efficiently led rematch victory at Chicago (Dec. 3), highlighted by a trademark, laser-like scoring throw to Freeman at the back of the end zone to make the duo the 10th in league history with 50-or-more touchdown collaborations
  • Earlier, during much of training camp, was bothered by tendinitis on the outside of his right (throwing) elbow, sitting out Green Bay's final three preseason games to rest his arm
  • Resumed light throwing on Aug. 23 after nearly two full weeks of total rest, he returned to the field for Green Bay's season opener vs. the Jets (Sept. 3)
1999 Season
  • Completed 341 of a league-high 595 pass attempts (57.3 percent) for 4,091 yards (third in the NFC) and 22 touchdowns, with 23 interceptions, for a passer rating of 74.7
  • With future head coach Mike McCarthy as his position coach, started all 16 games, playing most of the year with a sprained thumb on his throwing hand, an injury initially incurred in a preseason vs. Denver (Aug. 23), when he struck the Broncos' John Mobley on his follow-through
  • Subsequently aggravated the thumb injury on several occasions, most notably in the second half of an opening-day, comeback win vs. Oakland (Sept. 12)
  • Reached 30,000 yards passing in his 126th pro game, Dec. 12 vs. Carolina, to become the (then) third-fastest in league history to ascend to that plateau, only Marino (114) and Moon (125) having done so quicker
  • Turned in six 300-yard passing games, one shy of his own club single-season mark, while throwing for 3,000 yards an eighth consecutive year
  • Enjoyed his third career 4,000-yard passing season (also 1995 and '98)
  • Also threw for the most fourth-quarter yards (1,347) in the league
  • Was named NFC 'Player of the Month' for September after throwing for 925 yards and five touchdowns in three games - two of which were come-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-day heroics with a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jeff Thomason with 11 seconds remaining in 28-24 triumph. Completed 28 of 47 passes for 333 yards and a season-best four touchdowns, with three interceptions, in Raiders contest - despite playing much of the second half with a badly sprained thumb on his throwing hand, having hit it on the helmet of Oakland's Russell Maryland and aggravating an injury originally suffered during the preseason
  • Vs. Minnesota (Sept. 26), faced with fourth-and-1, no timeouts remaining and the clock ticking away the last half-minute, threw unbelievable, 23-yard touchdown pass to wideout Corey Bradford with 12 seconds left, wrapping up an emotional, 23-20 victory; he had taken Green Bay 77 yards (on seven plays) in 1:44 on the final drive. Completed 61.5 percent of his passes (24 of 39) vs. the Vikings for 304 yards and one TD, without an interception
  • On the night of his 30th birthday and before a national television audience, he orchestrated his third come-from-behind win in four games, driving his team 73 yards in just 40 seconds to defeat Tampa Bay (Oct. 10). Operating in the face of an all-out blitz, he threw a looping, 21-yard TD pass to Freeman with 1:05 remaining in Bucs contest to give Green Bay its final, 26-23 margin of victory. Posted 105.2 passer rating vs. Tampa Bay, completing 22 of 40 passes for a season-high 390 yards (then his third-highest total as a pro) and two TDs with no interceptions; his production included a key, 42-yard bomb to Schroeder up the left sideline to kick-start the decisive drive
  • Vs. Chicago (Nov. 7), surpassed Ron Jaworski's all-time QB durability mark by starting in his 117th consecutive game
1998 Season
  • Led the NFL in both passing yards (4,212) and completions (347)
  • Also edged out Carolina's Steve Beuerlein (62.974) for the best completion percentage in the NFL with a 62.976 mark
  • Finished third in the NFC with 31 touchdown passes and led the conference with a 113.0 passer rating on third down
  • Was sixth in the conference in passer rating (87.8)
  • Led the Green and Gold to a 23-15 victory vs. Tampa Bay (Sept. 13), demonstrating his sheer toughness early in the fourth quarter when, after being drilled on a sack by the Bucs' Regan Upshaw, he bounced up and threw a 38-yard TD strike to Freeman two plays later
  • Led the Packers to a come-from-behind, 37-30 victory with a signature performance at Carolina (Sept. 27). Despite uncorking an interception deep in Green Bay territory on his first attempt vs. the Panthers, he rebounded to equal his career high (and the team record) with five touchdown passes while throwing for a season-best 388 yards (then the fourth-highest total of his pro career), earning national Miller Lite 'Player of the Week' honors in the process
  • After two sub-Favre-like outings, bounced back with a strong performance in leading the Packers to 28-10 win vs. Baltimore (Oct. 25), when he accounted for three touchdowns - two passing and one rushing (his 11th rushing TD as a pro)
  • Demonstrated the 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 quarter broke a 22-22 tie, a completion which also made Favre the club's all-time leader in passing yardage
  • Had the second-best completion percentage of his career (79.5) on 31-of-39 passing for 303 yards and two touchdowns in rematch at Minnesota (Nov. 22)
  • Had another outstanding performance, this time vs. Tennessee (Dec. 20), when he threw for three touchdowns (all in the first half to Freeman) 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 of his pro career
  • 1998 PLAYOFFS: Extending his club record by throwing a touchdown pass in a 10th consecutive postseason game, engineered a masterful, 89-yard drive to mount a Green Bay lead for a final time (27-23) in its NFC Wild Card playoff game against the 49ers at San Francisco's 3Com Park (Jan. 3); found his split end, Freeman, with a 15-yard strike for the go-ahead score with 1:56 remaining. The 49ers, unfortunately, subsequently superseded his heroics, responding with a climactic drive of their own to score with three seconds remaining to pull out a 30-27 victory. Favre had closed out a strong performance by completing 20 of 35 passes for 292 yards and two touchdowns, with two interceptions
1997 Season
  • Finished third in the NFC with a 92.6 passer rating, based on 304 completions in 513 attempts for 3,867 yards and 35 touchdowns, with 16 interceptions
  • Was especially effective in the red zone (inside the 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 a passer rating of 108.2
  • Including the '97 postseason, he completed 52 of 94 attempts for 392 yards and 27 touchdowns - without an interception - in the red zone, a passer rating of 105.1
  • Also led the NFC in completions (304) and passing yards (3,867), finishing second in the league as a whole to Oakland's Jeff George (3,917) in the latter
  • Eclipsed Starr's team record for touchdown passes - 152, set over a 16-year career - in the fourth game of just his sixth season (vs. Minnesota, Sept. 21)
  • Also became the second-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 Marino (62 games), and (then) the second-fastest to throw for 20,000 career yards when he accomplished the feat in 86 games
  • In the Packers' 16 regular-season games, he threw at least two touchdown passes in 11 contests and three-or-more in six others
  • Had an NFL-high 37 completions of 25-or-more yards
  • Was the only player in the league to have thrown every one of his team's passes until the regular-season finale vs. Buffalo (Dec. 20), when he gave way to Bono after leading the Packers to a 21-0 halftime advantage
  • Escorted the Packers to a 45-17 triumph vs. long-time nemesis Dallas (Nov. 23), as he threw four touchdown passes, completing 22 of 35 passes for 203 yards, with only one INT
  • Earlier turned in his best statistical effort of the season in a losing venture at Indianapolis (Nov. 16), throwing for a season-high 363 yards and three touchdowns, completing 18 of 25 passes with two INTs for a passer rating of 120.4. His 14.52-yard average per pass play against the Colts, helped by a season-long 74-yard connection with Derrick Mayes, was the third-highest single-game average in team history, as well as the best by a Packers quarterback since 1958. A quick-strike artist against Indy, he led the Packers on six scoring drives - averaging 63.0 yards - of four, two, five, three, 11 and three plays
  • Did not throw a touchdown pass at Philadelphia Eagles (Sept. 7), marking the first time in 13 regular-season games he did not post a scoring pass, dating back to Oct. 27, 1996, vs. Tampa Bay
  • Rebounded to throw for at least one score in each of the final 14 games
  • Tied the team record and his own career high when he threw five touchdown passes in leading the Packers to 38-32 win vs. Minnesota (Sept. 21), earning Miller Lite 'Player of the Week' honors in the process. Broke Starr's club mark for career touchdown passes when he found Freeman from 28 yards out with 10:51 remaining in the second quarter of Vikings contest. His five scoring throws represented the single-game high by an NFC quarterback during the 1997 season
  • Maneuvered Green Bay to pivotal win vs. previously unbeaten Tampa Bay (Oct. 5) when he completed 21 of 31 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns - without an interception
  • Had three TD passes for second straight game, this time at New England (Oct. 27), when he earned NFC 'Offensive Player of the Week' honors by completing 23 of 34 passes for 239 yards without an interception in leading the Packers to a 28-10 victory in a rematch of Super Bowl XXXI
  • Subsequently led the Packers to their third straight NFC Central Division title by orchestrating 17-6 win at Tampa Bay (Dec. 7), a day that saw him complete a season-high 25 passes in 33 attempts for 280 yards and two touchdowns. Completed a season-best 75.8 percent of his passes in Bucs contest
  • Led the Green and Gold to 31-21 victory vs. Buffalo in finale (Dec. 20), completing 12 of 18 attempts for 156 yards and two TDs for a season-high 130.8 passer rating
  • 1997 PLAYOFFS: Completing 56 of 97 passes for 668 yards and five touchdowns, with just three interceptions, navigated Green Bay through the playoffs to its second successive appearance in the NFL's ultimate game, the Super Bowl
  • Completed 15 of 28 passes for 190 yards and one touchdown, with two interceptions, in leading Green Bay past Tampa Bay, 21-7, in the Packers' first postseason test - 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, a lead they never relinquished; he later added his first career two-point conversion against the Bucs
  • The resourceful field general hit on 16 of 27 attempts for 222 yards and one TD - without an interception - in escorting the Green and Gold to a decisive, 23-10 victory over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game at San Francisco (Jan. 11), triggering the Packers' return to the Super Bowl
  • Threw three TD passes against Denver in SB XXXII at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium (Jan. 25), tying his own postseason best, but it wasn't enough to carry the day against the Broncos, who prevailed 31-24. Completed 25 of 42 passes for 256 yards, with one INT, vs. Denver
1997 Honors
  • Chosen as the starting quarterback for the NFC in the Pro Bowl for the third consecutive year, though due to a lingering knee injury he did not play in the game for the first time
  • In addition to being named NFL 'Most Valuable Player' by AP for a third consecutive year, an honor he shared with Sanders, also was a unanimous choice at quarterback across the board, being named at the position on every major All-Pro team, including AP, Sports Illustrated, Pro Football Weekly, The Sporting News, College & Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Digest and USA Today
  • Named All-NFC by Pro Football Weekly and Football News
  • His preeminence at his position was further underscored when he was honored as 'Professional Quarterback of the Year' for the third consecutive year by the National Quarterback Club (June 4, 1998)
1996 Season
  • In throwing for 39 touchdowns, one more than he had in 1995, set (then) NFC and Green Bay records for most touchdown passes in a season for the second straight year
  • Ranked at the time as the third-highest single-season total in NFL history (behind Marino's 48 in 1984 and 44 in '86)
  • Led the NFL in touchdown passes for the second year in a row, thus becoming only the third Packer (Isbell in 1941-42 and Tobin Rote in 1955-56) and 10th player in NFL annals to lead the league in TD passes in consecutive seasons
  • Threw for an NFC-best 3,899 yards
  • In the process tied Joe Namath for the honor of being (then) the third-fastest player in league annals to reach 15,000 yards passing, scaling that plateau in his 66th game
  • At his best in key situations, ranked second in the NFC in both fourth-quarter passing (96.2 rating) and third-down passing (93.6), including a conference-high 12 touchdown passes on third down
  • Authored five four-touchdown games, the second-highest single-season total in NFL history, behind only the six of Marino in 1984 (Marino also had five in 1986; Manning had six in '04 as well)
  • Also was Green Bay's third-leading rusher with 136 yards and two touchdowns on 49 carries and the only NFL player (among qualifiers) to register a perfect 100 percent success rate on third-and-one rushing, converting all eight of his attempts
  • Left each of the Packers' first three games - all blowout victories - early
  • Was named NFC 'Offensive Player of the Week' for his four-touchdown performance in season opener at Tampa Bay (Sept. 1) as he completed 20 of 27 passes (74.1 percent) for 247 yards, with no interceptions, for single-game season bests in passer rating (141.5) and completion percentage
  • Threw for four TDs at Seattle (Sept. 29)
  • 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
  • Tied his season best for a second time by firing four TD passes at Chicago on Oct. 6, including a 50-yard 'Hail Mary' throw to Freeman for a score on the last play of the first half, leading Green Bay to a 37-6 win
  • Amassed 395 passing yards, the (then-) second-highest total of his career and the fourth-highest in Packers history, against the 49ers the following week (Oct. 14) in escorting Green Bay to a comeback 23-20 victory in overtime
  • Led Packers on three scoring drives in second half of Niners contest that ended with field goals in the fourth quarter and overtime; completed 28 of a team-record 61 passes, including a 59-yard TD throw to Don Beebe
  • Equaled his season high with four TD passes in leading the Packers to a 28-18 victory over Detroit (Nov. 3) - three to his new pair of starting wide receivers, Beebe and Terry Mickens
  • Threw for 314 yards and two touchdowns at Kansas City (Nov. 10), as he moved past Lynn Dickey (132) and into sole possession of second place on the team's career touchdown pass list
  • Ran for one TD and passed for another in triggering a 28-17 repeat victory over Chicago (Dec. 1)
  • Threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns, including three to Freeman, against the NFL's then-No. 1 ranked defense in the Packers' 41-6 triumph over Denver (Dec. 8)
  • Rounded out the regular season by capturing NFC 'Offensive Player of the Week' honors for the second time in '96 as he threw for three TDs against Minnesota (Dec. 22), completing 15 of 23 passes for 202 yards before leaving the game early in the fourth quarter of 38-10 triumph
  • 1996 PLAYOFFS: Under control and on target throughout the postseason, set or tied no fewer than four club records during the playoffs while completing 44 of 71 passes, a 62.0 percentage, for 617 yards and five touchdowns - with only one interception - for a passer rating of 107.5
  • Playing within himself in horrific weather conditions vs. San Francisco in the Packers' 35-14 Divisional playoff win (Jan. 4), he completed 11 of 15 passes for 79 yards and one TD
  • Under frigid but more playable conditions, he threw for 292 yards on 19-of-29 passing in the NFC Championship Game at Lambeau Field a week later (Jan. 12), with TD tosses to Dorsey Levens (29 yards) and Freeman (six yards)
  • Two weeks later (Jan. 26) in the NFL's championship contest, he launched the day's scoring with a 54-yard touchdown pass to wideout Andre Rison on his first throw of the game, coming on a called audible, and later found Freeman with a then-Super Bowl-record, 81-yard scoring strike where he perfectly lofted the ball over a Pats defender
  • In total, Favre frisked New England's vaunted defense for 246 yards, completing 14 of 27 attempts without an interception, to trigger a 35-21 triumph in Super Bowl XXXI at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, returning the Lombardi Trophy to Green Bay for the first time in 29 years
  • It had to have been an especially magical moment for Favre, who had disclosed off-the-field problems in May, then stated upon returning from a 45-day stay in the Menninger Clinic at Topeka, Kan., "You know, I'm going to beat this thing. I'm going to win a Super Bowl. And all I can tell people if they don't believe me is, 'Just bet against me.' "
1996 Honors
  • Named as the starting quarterback for the NFC in the Pro Bowl for the second straight year
  • In addition to being voted as the NFL's 'Most Valuable Player' by AP for the second year in a row, he earned the same award from the Professional Football Writers of America and PFW
  • 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 league '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
  • Tabbed as NFL 'Quarterback of the Year' by the National Quarterback Club and Footaction
  • Garnered first-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."
1995 Season
  • Became only the third 4,000-yard passer in team history after a 308-yard performance at New Orleans (Dec. 16)
  • Finished the season with an NFL-best 4,413 passing yards, the second-highest total in team history and only 45 yards shy of Dickey's team record 4,458 (1983)
  • Earlier, became the first player in team history to post four 3,000-yard passing seasons, achieved in four consecutive seasons
  • Established a team record with seven 300-yard passing games, breaking Majkowski's previous record of six in 1989
  • Led the NFC (and was second in the NFL) with a 99.5 passer rating - only the Colts' Harbaugh with a 100.7 rating was better
  • Paced the NFC in third-down passing with a 103.8 passer rating
  • Had thrown at least one touchdown pass in 17 straight games dating back to Week 8 of '94 until streak was snapped at Minnesota (Nov. 5)
  • Also had thrown at least two touchdown passes in 12 consecutive games, equaling the NFL record also held by Unitas (1959), Don Meredith (1965-66) and Marino (1986-87), until the string ended at Dallas (Oct. 8)
  • Led the league in completions of 20-or-more yards with 59, and also had the NFL's highest completion percentage inside the red zone (66.2 percent)
  • Rebounded from an ankle injury at Minnesota (Nov. 5) to complete 70.3 percent of his passes (166 of 236) in the ensuing seven games for 2,046 yards and 21 touchdowns, with only two interceptions - an imposing passer rating of 123.0
  • Tied for team lead with his career-best three rushing scores
  • Turned in outstanding performance at Chicago (Sept. 11), completing 21 of 37 passes for 312 yards and three TDs, including a team-record 99-yard TD pass to Robert Brooks early in the second quarter - only the eighth time in NFL history that feat had been accomplished
  • Led the Packers to a win at Jacksonville (Sept. 24), passing for 202 yards and two TDs, while rushing for 39 net yards, including a career-best 40-yard run
  • Triggered a valiant comeback attempt at Dallas (Oct. 8), when he rushed for a career-high two TDs and threw for another score to rally the Packers from a 21-point, second-half deficit to within seven at 31-24 with 8:13 remaining in the game
  • Earned his first-ever NFC 'Offensive Player of the Week' honor with an outstanding performance in initial game with Minnesota (Oct. 22), tying a then-career high with four touchdown passes in leading the Packers to a 38-21 win
  • Completed 22 of 43 passes for 295 yards without an interception against the Vikings
  • Saluted as NFL's recipient of the 'Extra Effort Award' for the month of October
  • Had suffered a severely sprained left ankle late in second quarter of rematch at Minnesota (Nov. 5) - an injury which later would require offseason surgery (Feb. 27, 1996) to remove several bone chips and one large spur
  • Left Vikings game for the remainder of the first half, then played three series in the second half before the injury hindered his play and he gave way to Detmer
  • Had arguably his best performance as a professional the following week in a rematch with Chicago (Nov. 12) when, not knowing until late in the week if he was even going to play due to the severely sprained ankle, he threw for a career-high and team-record tying five touchdown passes to lead the Packers to a key 35-28 victory over the Bears
  • Subsequently was named NFC 'Offensive Player of the Week' (for the second time in four weeks) after completing 25 of 33 passes for 336 yards with no interceptions against Chicago, giving him a (then) career-high single-game passer rating of 147.2
  • Led the Packers to a tough road win at Cleveland (Nov. 19) when, despite still being limited with an ankle injury, he passed for three touchdowns and ran for another
  • Completed 23 of 28 passes for 210 yards against the Browns for a career-best 82.1 completion percentage
  • Threw four TD passes - all in the first half - in the Packers' 34-23 win at New Orleans (Dec. 16), completing 21 of 38 passes for 308 yards against the Saints
  • Turned in gutty performance in leading Packers to their division-clinching, 24-19 victory over Pittsburgh (Dec. 24) when, despite having to stop twice during the game after getting the wind knocked out of him, he threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns
  • On one sequence, he was hit hard by three Steeler defenders while scrambling on a play; the Packers called a timeout and Favre, who coughed up blood on the sidelines during a break in the action, returned to throw a 1-yard scoring pass to Chmura on the following play
  • Named NFC 'Offensive Player of the Month' for December, passing for 1,233 yards on 102 completions in 151 attempts with 10 TDs and only two INTs (109.0 passer rating) in directing Green Bay to three victories during the month
  • 1995 PLAYOFFS: Utilizing no fewer than nine receivers, completed 24 of 35 passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Packers to a 37-20 NFC Wild Card victory over Atlanta in Lambeau Field (Dec. 31), presiding over scoring drives of 85, 78 and 70 yards and throwing for three touchdowns in the process
  • Was even more precise in a Divisional playoff at San Francisco (Jan. 6), hitting on 21 of 28 passes (for a team postseason record completion percentage of 75.0) for 299 yards and two TDs - with no interceptions - in directing the Packers to 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 Niners
  • Completed 21 of 39 attempts for 307 yards and three touchdowns, with two INTs, in the NFC Championship Game at Dallas (Jan. 14), the Packers' first such appearance since 1967, but it wasn't sufficient to carry the day, the Cowboys eventually prevailing, 38-27
1995 Honors
  • Selected to start in the Pro Bowl for the initial time after two appearances as a reserve
  • Earned NFL 'Most Valuable Player' awards from AP, PFWA, PFW and SI
  • 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 league 'Offensive Player of the Year' by AP, PFW, College & Pro Football Newsweekly and NEA
  • Selected NFC 'Player of the Year' by Football News and the Touchdown Club of Columbus
  • Also named NFC 'Offensive Player of the Year' by UPI and the Kansas City Committee of 101
  • Received first-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 'Quarterback 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
1994 Season
  • Finished second in the NFL (behind only Steve Young of San Francisco's Super Bowl champion 49ers) with a passer rating of 90.7
  • Ranked third in the NFC in passing yards with 3,882
  • In the process, became only the second player in team history to throw for 3,000 yards in three different seasons
  • Also posted third-lowest interception percentage (2.4) in the NFC among qualifying passers
  • Ended season second in the NFL with 33 TD passes, which also represented a Green Bay record at the time, surpassing the 32 of Dickey in 1983
  • Set two other club records, his 363 completions eclipsing the previous mark of 353 by Majkowski in 1989, and closing out the season with a 3.24 career interception percentage, 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 and only seven interceptions over the final nine games (his 14 interceptions overall were 10 fewer than he threw in 1993)
  • Named second-team All-Pro by Football Digest
  • Produced probably the Packers' biggest play of the year in the second-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 (Dec. 18), capping the march with his diving, 9-yard TD run into the right corner of the end zone with only 14 seconds remaining in the game to give the Packers a 21-17 win
  • Completed 6 of 9 passes for 58 yards in that eleventh-hour excursion
  • Completed 29 of 44 passes for 321 yards and two TDs overall against the Falcons in the Packers' final game at Milwaukee County Stadium
  • Led Packers to a 34-19, playoff-clinching victory at Tampa Bay a week later (Dec. 24), completing 24 of 36 passes for 291 yards and three TDs (all to Sterling Sharpe)
  • Earlier, played one of the finest games of his early career in 30-3 win over Tampa Bay (Sept. 25), earning Miller Lite 'NFL Player of the Week' honors as he completed 30 of 39 passes for 306 yards and three TDs, with no INTs
  • Had thrown a touchdown pass in nine straight games - the final three regular-season contests of '93 plus the first six games of '94 - until the streak was broken at Minnesota (Oct. 20) when he left the game after the first quarter with a severely bruised left hip
  • It was the first time since he became the starting quarterback early in 1992 that he had been forced to leave due to injury
  • Closed the year by throwing for at least one score over the season's final nine contests
  • Mounted one of his finest performances, at Chicago (Oct. 31), running for one touchdown and throwing for another in a cold, cyclonic rainstorm
  • The first came late in the second quarter, when he rolled out to his right and raced 36 yards (diving over a Bear defender into the end zone) to give the Packers a 14-0 lead
  • Later, in the fourth quarter, he connected with Edgar Bennett for a 13-yard touchdown, raising the Packers' lead to 27-0
  • His 58 yards rushing against the Bears represented a career high
  • Turned in excellent performance at Dallas (Nov. 24), throwing four TD passes while completing 27 of 40 passes - without an interception - for 257 yards against the NFL's then-No. 1 rated defense
  • 1994 PLAYOFFS: Played a key role in the Packers' 16-12 NFC Wild Card victory over Detroit in Lambeau Field (Dec. 31)
  • Moving the chains effectively during a tight defensive duel, he completed 23 of 38 passes for 262 yards - without an interception - mustering 18 first downs in a masterful "ball control" performance
  • Hit on 18 of 35 attempts for 211 yards, with one INT, in Divisional playoff loss at Dallas (Jan. 8)
1993 Season
  • Started all 16 games - one of only seven NFL quarterbacks to do so
  • Became the most accurate career passer in Packers history, supplanting the legendary Starr
  • Finished the year eighth in the NFC with a 72.2 passer rating, completing 318 of 522 passes (60.9 percent) for 3,303 yards and 19 TDs, with 24 INTs
  • Was first among all NFC passers (second in NFL) with 318 completions and his 19 TDs ranked third in the conference (fifth in the NFL)
  • His 3,303 passing yards were second in the NFC to Young (sixth in the NFL)
  • Played in the Pro Bowl as a reserve when the Giants' Phil Simms could not take part due to a shoulder problem
  • Completed 20 of 35 passes for 268 yards and a season-high four touchdowns (all of the latter to Sharpe) at Tampa Bay (Oct. 24), escorting Packers to 37-14 win
  • Led Packers to 19-17, come-from-behind victory over the Saints in New Orleans (Nov. 14)
  • Came up with the biggest play of the season to that point when, on a second-and-20 play from the Packers' 27-yard line with 52 seconds left and the Packers down 17-16, he rolled out of the pocket to his left and hit Sharpe with a 54-yard strike that led to a game-winning field goal; closed out day with 18 completions in 32 attempts for 150 yards and one TD
  • Led Packers to a comeback, 13-10 win over Tampa Bay (Nov. 28) when he engineered a 15-play, 75-yard scoring drive late in the fourth quarter, capping it with a 2-yard TD pass to Sharpe with 1:16 left to produce the victory
  • On the play previous to his scoring strike to Sharpe he had suffered a deep thigh bruise on a 1-yard rollout to the right sideline, but, even though he was limping noticeably, threw the game-winner on the next play
  • Set a Green Bay single-game record with 36 completions, at Chicago (Dec. 5), breaking the previous record of 35 set by Dickey in 1980
  • Also threw for a career-high 402 yards vs. Bears - the third most in team history (behind Dickey's 418 vs. Tampa Bay in 1980 and Don Horn's 410 vs. the Cardinals in 1969)
  • It also represented the first 300- and 400-yard passing games of Favre's career
  • Turned in solid outing vs. Raiders (Dec. 26) in 22-degree wind chill, passing for 190 yards and one TD (a 23-yarder to Sharpe in the third quarter) on 14 completions in 28 attempts, with no INTs
  • 1993 PLAYOFFS: Pulled off one of the most spectacular plays in team history in NFC Wild Card playoff at Detroit (Jan. 8)
  • With the Packers trailing 24-21 in the final minute, he scrambled out of the pocket to his left, found an "unguarded" Sharpe in the open and unleashed an across-the-body throw from extreme left to extreme right; Sharpe ran under the ball in the end zone with 55 seconds left and the Packers shortly became 28-24 winners
  • Had thrown two earlier TD passes to Sharpe (a 12-yarder in the second quarter and a 28-yarder in the third period) while completing 15 of 26 passes for 204 yards overall
  • Threw two more TD passes in losing effort (27-17) in Divisional playoff at Dallas the following week (Jan. 16) - a 2-yarder to Brooks and a 29-yarder to Sharpe
  • Finished with 28 completions in 45 attempts for 331 yards (1 yard short of Packers' single-game playoff record) and two TDs
1992 Season
  • Acquired from Atlanta by then-Packers General Manager Ron Wolf for a first-round draft selection in an offseason trade (Feb. 10)
  • Was so impressive in escorting Green Bay to its second best record in 20 years (9-7) - soaring from designated backup to Pro Bowler in just three months' time - that then-head coach Holmgren was prompted to observe, "If Brett can stay healthy, he will be the cornerstone of our football team for many years to come."
  • Beginning the 1992 season as the understudy to incumbent Majkowski, he was hastily summoned from 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 to an electrifying, come-from-behind, 24-23 victory over the Bengals, forged by way of a 35-yard scoring pass to wideout Kitrick Taylor with only 13 seconds remaining in the game
  • Performing in storybook fashion, he went on to compile an 8-5 record as a starter and establish two new Green Bay passing records in the process - single-season marks for passing percentage (64.12 percent; since broken in 2003) and most consecutive 200-yard passing games (11)
  • Named as the third QB for the NFC Pro Bowl squad after finishing fifth among conference passers with an 85.3 overall rating, based on 302 completions in 471 attempts for 3,227 yards and 18 touchdowns with only 13 interceptions
  • 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
  • His 302 completions tied him with Troy Aikman of Super Bowl champion Dallas for first-place honors in NFC
  • Also ranked second in the conference (to Young) with his 64.12 passing percentage, which broke Starr's Green Bay single-season record of 63.74, set in 1968
  • Had third-lowest interception percentage among all NFL quarterbacks (2.76)
  • Also became only the fourth Packers QB to pass for over 3,000 yards in a season
  • Had a string of 111 passes without an interception broken at Oilers on Dec. 13
  • Did not play vs. Minnesota in regular-season opener (Sept. 6), but saw action in second-half relief role the next week at Tampa Bay (Sept. 13), completing eight of 14 passes for 73 yards
  • Engineered two TD drives in last eight minutes of the game to pull out 24-23 victory over Cincinnati (Sept. 20) after relieving injured Majkowski in opening quarter
  • Threw for a season-high 289 yards against Bengals on 22-of-39 passing
  • Made first NFL start on Sept. 27 vs. Pittsburgh and responded by 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-behind victory despite suffering a first-degree separation of his left (non throwing) shoulder early in the game
  • Completed 23 of 33 for 275 yards and two scores with two interceptions in upset of Eagles
1991 Season
  • Was a second-round draft selection by the Falcons (33rd overall and third QB, after Dan McGwire and Todd Marinovich)
  • Completed 14 of 32 passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception, in the preseason
  • Active for three games during the regular season, he played in two (Oct. 27 vs. L.A. Rams and Nov. 10 at Washington), officially attempting four 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 four passes in the game (the RFK Stadium press box had mistakenly credited him with five attempts in hand-written statistics)
College
  • Led his Southern Mississippi team to 29 victories, including two bowl triumphs, during four varsity seasons (1987-90), and climaxed his collegiate career by earning a 'Most Valuable Player' award in the East-West Shrine game featuring the nation's best seniors
  • Set school records for passing yards (8,193), pass attempts (1,234), completions (656), passing percentage (53.0) and touchdowns (55), with only 35 interceptions
  • His production included five 300-yard passing games and five three-TD performances, while his 7,695 regular-season passing yards ranked him among the top 30 of all-time NCAA passers
  • His 1.57 interception ratio in 1988 was the lowest among the 50 top-ranked passers in the nation, and his 2.9 interception rate for his four-year career (based on 34 in 1,169 regular-season attempts) also ranks as one of the best in NCAA history
  • Overcame injuries in a serious summer car accident prior to his senior year to lead his team to an 8-3 record and just eight points from an undefeated season
  • Suffered internal injuries in the accident on July 14, 1990, he subsequently had 30 inches of his intestines surgically removed 24 days later (Aug. 7)
  • Shocked his coaches and teammates by returning to the starting lineup a month later (Sept. 8) and escorting the Golden Eagles to an upset over Alabama
  • Also was MVP of All American Bowl at conclusion of senior year
  • Became starter at Southern Miss in third game of his freshman season
  • Majored in special education
Personal
  • Given name Brett Lorenzo Favre
  • Born in Gulfport, Miss.
  • Grew up in Kiln, Miss. (pronounced KILL)
  • Married long-time girlfriend Deanna Tynes on July 14, 1996, after a 12-year courtship, the couple has two daughters, Brittany, 19, and Breleigh, 9
  • Earned five letters in baseball (he led team in batting all five seasons) and three in football at Hancock North Central High School in Kiln, where his late father, Irvin, was his coach
  • Played quarterback and strong safety, also serving as punter and placekicker
  • Played in Mississippi high school all star game following senior season
  • Had his high school jersey (No. 10) retired in April of 1993; school further honored him May 8, 2004, by re-naming its field, 'Brett Favre Field,' and dedicating a new life-sized statue of Favre displayed at the entrance to the stadium
  • Also had the No. 4 jersey he had worn at Southern Mississippi retired in September of 1993
  • 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
  • Older brother, Scott, played quarterback for Mississippi State and younger brother, Jeff, was a free safety on Southern Mississippi football team
  • Sister, Brandi, is a former 'Miss Teen Mississippi'
  • Grew up idolizing a pair of Southern quarterbacks, the Saints' Archie Manning and the Cowboys' Staubach
  • Established the 'Brett Favre Fourward Foundation' in 1996, its mission to provide aid to disadvantaged or disabled children residing in Mississippi and Wisconsin; in conjunction with his annual golf tournament, celebrity softball game and fundraising dinners, foundation has donated in excess of $3 million to charities in the two states
  • In 2005 the charity took on a new cause, raising money in support of Hurricane Katrina relief; the efforts raised approximately $1 million to be used in the state's three Gulf Coast counties: Hancock, Harrison and Jackson
  • Also in 2005, his wife founded a charity, the Deanna Favre Hope Foundation to benefit uninsured and underinsured 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, Miss.; the evening raised more than $400,000 for her foundation, with proceeds used to endow assistance programs at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport, Miss., and Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg, 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 annual Mississippi celebrity golf tournaments, many featuring a concert by country music superstar Tim McGraw
  • Annual fundraising dinner in Green Bay has featured Hall of Famers Starr and Paul Hornung; in eight years the event raised more than half a million dollars
  • In 2003 and '04, hosted a similar dinner at his Hattiesburg home, raising $140,000
  • Also raised more than $1.3 million for the Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay over 12 seasons by donating $200 for each touchdown pass and rushing TD he has, a monetary total augmented by matching corporate contributions
  • Ran a similar program, benefiting a scholarship fund at Southern Miss, during the 1997 and '98 seasons, which raised roughly $250,000
  • Taped a public service announcement in the 2000 offseason for local and state Red Cross Awareness, himself more aware of disaster-type situations after experiencing a harrowing, early-March tornado that year at his Hattiesburg, Miss., residence, the storm heavily damaging his property and leaving him fearing for his life
  • Received the 'Community Service Award' from the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce in August of 1997 in recognition of his work with the area Boys & Girls Club, in addition to Special Olympics and Cystic Fibrosis
  • Has worked at Thanksgiving with the Salvation Army in Green Bay and Gulfport, Miss., to donate food baskets to needy families
  • Was named as one of 100 "Good Guys" in sports by The Sporting News in July of 2000 in recognition of his civic responsibility and character
  • Gave time during the 1993-95 seasons as the Packers' player representative to the state Punt, Pass & Kick competition
  • Had his fourth grade teacher, Billy Ray Dedeaux of Hancock North Central Elementary School in his native Kiln, Miss., named as the NFL's 'Teacher of the Month' 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's Steakhouse' in Green Bay, and its sister operation, 'Brett Favre's Two Minute Grill,' located in the Lambeau Field Atrium
  • Sold over 100,000 copies of his authorized autobiography, entitled Favre For The Record
  • , which was published by Doubleday late in the summer of 1997; an updated version of the book, which included a chapter on the '97 season and Super Bowl XXXII, came out in paperback in September of 1998
  • With his family, in 1999 published Favre Family Cookbook: Three Generations of Cajun and Creole Cooking from the Gulf Coast, combining the best of Mississippi-style seafood with the award-winning recipes of the Brett Favre Steakhouse, recipes from the entire family along with family anecdotes and photos
  • In 2004, authored, with his mother, Bonita, FAVRE, an updated biography co-published by the National Football League and Rugged Land; the book has sold nearly 270,000 copies and spent three months on the New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction Best-Seller List, peaking at No. 5
  • Has an official Web site, www.officialbrettfavre.com
  • Has been one of the country's most marketable athletes since leading Green Bay to a Super Bowl victory in January 1997
  • Has shot commericals for Rayovac and Prilosec OTC and in 2007 signed an agreement with Wrangler
  • In 2005 appeared in commercials for Sensodyne Toothpaste, Starter (owned by Nike), Ford Motor Company and Snapper lawn care equipment
  • Also continues his endorsement of Nike
  • In 2003 appeared in a popular national ad for MasterCard, with his wife, Deanna, as part of the company's "
  • Priceless" campaign
  • Had over two million of his candy bars, the 'Brett Favre MVP Bar,' sold through fund-raising groups in its first year (1997-98), the most ever sold by the Morley Candy Company
  • Made an appearance near the end of the hit 1998 movie There's Something About Mary as the mysterious boyfriend of Mary, co-star Cameron Diaz's character
  • Previously had made a cameo as a janitor in Reggie's Prayer, the 1997 movie project of Reggie White
  • Served as a pallbearer at White's funeral, Dec. 30, 2004
  • Has been a guest on The Tonight Show, The Late Show and The Late, Late Show; played himself in one episode of HBO series Arli$$
  • Formerly an avid golfer, carried a handicap in the "one to two" range - down from the 15 he carried as recently as 1998, before reducing his hours on the course after the '05 season to spend more time with his family
  • Participated in the pro-am at the 2006 Ford Championship at Doral as part of a promotion with Phil Mickelson and Toby Keith
  • In 2005 participated in the U.S. Bank Championship pro-am and charity shootout at Milwaukee's Brown Deer Park golf course, the site of the annual PGA tour stop
  • Also enjoys hunting, TV nature programs, crossword puzzles, fishing and tending to his home and land on the 460 acres he owns in Hattiesburg, Miss.
  • Resides in Hattiesburg

ELIAS Game By Game Packers Stats
Game Date OppPassingRushingReceiving
NoComPctYdsAvgTDIntRateNoYdsAvgTDNoYdsAvgTD
Sep 6, 1992 MIN000.000.0000000.00000.00
Sep 13, 1992 @TB14857.1735.20141.72168.001-7-7.00
Sep 20, 1992 CIN392256.42897.42097.16274.50000.00
Sep 27, 1992 PIT191473.721011.120144.64123.00000.00
Oct 4, 1992 @ATL433376.72766.41190.8144.00000.00
Oct 18, 1992 @CLE332060.62236.80080.76284.70000.00
Oct 25, 1992 CHI372054.12145.811694174.30000.00
Nov 1, 1992 @DET372259.52125.72093.53217.00000.00
Nov 8, 1992 @NYG442761.42796.30351.22147.00000.00
Nov 15, 1992 PHI332369.72758.32289.82-1-0.50000.00
Nov 22, 1992 @CHI241666.72098.710107.8155.01000.00
Nov 29, 1992 TB412663.42235.41085.7461.50000.00
Dec 6, 1992 DET191578.921411.330153.23113.70000.00
Dec 13, 1992 @HOU301963.31555.21173.63196.30000.00
Dec 20, 1992 RAM231460.91888.22197.76193.20000.00
Dec 27, 1992 @MIN352365.71875.30343.4000.00000.00
1992 Totals47130264.132276.9181385.3471984.211-7-7.00
Sep 5, 1993 RAM291965.52649.121103.2177.00000.00
Sep 12, 1993 PHI241250.01114.62256.1242.00000.00
Sep 26, 1993 @MIN312064.51504.80249.1482.01000.00
Oct 3, 1993 @DAL372156.81744.70069199.00000.00
Oct 10, 1993 DEN322062.52357.31356.15183.60000.00
Oct 24, 1993 @TB352057.12687.741107.8294.50000.00
Oct 31, 1993 CHI241562.51365.71174.35142.80000.00
Nov 8, 1993 @KC342058.82136.31350.24225.50000.00
Nov 14, 1993 @NO321856.31504.71078.95244.80000.00
Nov 21, 1993 DET332472.72597.80270.17-7-1.00000.00
Nov 28, 1993 TB362363.91594.410834256.30000.00
Dec 5, 1993 @CHI543666.74027.42377.933010.00000.00
Dec 12, 1993 @SD231356.51466.30157.5471.80000.00
Dec 19, 1993 MIN332060.62567.82192.55244.80000.00
Dec 26, 1993 RAI281450.01906.81083.9199.00000.00
Jan 2, 1994 @DET372362.21905.11444.75132.60000.00
1993 Totals52231860.933036.3192472.2582163.71000.00
Sep 4, 1994 MIN362261.11855.11083.7000.00000.00
Sep 11, 1994 MIA513160.83627.12187.2000.00000.00
Sep 18, 1994 @PHI452453.32806.21261.3188.00000.00
Sep 25, 1994 TB393076.93067.830124.5341.30000.00
Oct 2, 1994 @NE472553.22946.31261.82126.00000.00
Oct 9, 1994 RAM412561.02225.41173.45183.60000.00
Oct 20, 1994 @MIN10660.0323.20125.8000.00000.00
Oct 31, 1994 @CHI15640.0825.51080.425829.01000.00
Nov 6, 1994 DET362466.72376.631101.33175.70000.00
Nov 13, 1994 NYJ282071.41836.520112.67213.00000.00
Nov 20, 1994 @BUF402255.02145.43184.8199.00000.00
Nov 24, 1994 @DAL402767.52576.440118.4200.00000.00
Dec 4, 1994 @DET432967.43668.53297.64123.00000.00
Dec 11, 1994 CHI311961.32508.131105.63289.30000.00
Dec 18, 1994 ATL442965.93217.32193.14123.01000.00
Dec 24, 1994 @TB362466.72918.131107.5530.60000.00
1994 Totals58236362.438826.7331490.7422024.82000.00
Sep 3, 1995 STL512956.92995.92362.54276.80000.00
Sep 11, 1995 @CHI372156.83128.431100.3471.80000.00
Sep 17, 1995 NYG251456.01415.62098.91-2-2.00000.00
Sep 24, 1995 @JAC302066.72026.7219423919.50000.00
Oct 8, 1995 @DAL412151.22957.21172.722512.52000.00
Oct 15, 1995 DET342367.634210.1201205122.40000.00
Oct 22, 1995 MIN432251.22956.940104.3144.00000.00
Oct 29, 1995 @DET432660.53047.11360.611212.00000.00
Nov 5, 1995 @MIN301756.71775.90246.1122.00000.00
Nov 12, 1995 CHI332575.833610.250147.2122.00000.00
Nov 19, 1995 @CLE282382.12107.530133.65-1-0.21000.00
Nov 26, 1995 TB241666.726711.130143.62189.00000.00
Dec 3, 1995 CIN433172.13397.931108.66152.50000.00
Dec 10, 1995 @TB462758.72856.21175000.00000.00
Dec 16, 1995 @NO302170.030810.340142.811515.00000.00
Dec 24, 1995 PIT322371.93019.420122362.00000.00
1995 Totals57035963.044137.7381399.5391814.63000.00
Sep 1, 1996 @TB272074.12479.140141.5111.00000.00
Sep 9, 1996 PHI311754.82618.430115.1231.50000.00
Sep 15, 1996 SD332266.72317.031104.5372.30000.00
Sep 22, 1996 @MIN271451.91987.32185.122512.50000.00
Sep 29, 1996 @SEA342058.82096.140115.95153.00000.00
Oct 6, 1996 @CHI271866.72469.141119.83155.00000.00
Oct 14, 1996 SF612845.93956.51259.16244.00000.00
Oct 27, 1996 TB311961.31785.70163.6720.30000.00
Nov 3, 1996 DET352468.62818.041118.9111.00000.00
Nov 10, 1996 @KC492755.13146.42179.82105.00000.00
Nov 18, 1996 @DAL372156.81945.21080.23144.70000.00
Nov 24, 1996 @STL382565.81925.12273.6400.00000.00
Dec 1, 1996 CHI271970.42318.610108.7441.01000.00
Dec 8, 1996 DEN382052.62807.44289.8221.00000.00
Dec 15, 1996 @DET251664.02409.61192.1231.51000.00
Dec 22, 1996 MIN231565.22028.830132.62105.00000.00
1996 Totals54332559.938997.2391395.8491362.82000.00
Sep 1, 1997 CHI221568.222610.321113.17182.60000.00
Sep 7, 1997 @PHI411946.32796.80158.9000.00000.00
Sep 14, 1997 MIA372464.92536.820102.65112.20000.00
Sep 21, 1997 MIN311858.12668.65298.94102.50000.00
Sep 28, 1997 @DET432251.22956.91352111.00000.00
Oct 5, 1997 TB312167.71916.220105.74174.30000.00
Oct 12, 1997 @CHI351954.31775.13185.1451.30000.00
Oct 27, 1997 @NE342367.62397.030117.29323.60000.00
Nov 2, 1997 DET281553.61816.51170.74133.30000.00
Nov 9, 1997 STL371848.63068.31263.64153.81000.00
Nov 16, 1997 @IND251872.036314.532120.4100.00000.00
Nov 23, 1997 DAL352262.92035.841104.83217.00000.00
Dec 1, 1997 @MIN291551.71966.81084.84174.30000.00
Dec 7, 1997 @TB332575.82808.521108.16132.20000.00
Dec 14, 1997 @CAR341852.92567.53194.711515.00000.00
Dec 20, 1997 BUF181266.71568.720130.81-1-1.00000.00
1997 Totals51330459.338677.5351692.6581873.21000.00
Sep 6, 1998 DET322475.02778.720121.5000.00000.00
Sep 13, 1998 TB332266.72377.220107.84-9-2.30000.00
Sep 20, 1998 @CIN352365.72747.81187.12-1-0.50000.00
Sep 27, 1998 @CAR452760.03888.65397.311717.00000.00
Oct 5, 1998 MIN231356.51145.00330.3000.00000.00
Oct 15, 1998 @DET432251.23007.02360.211818.00000.00
Oct 25, 1998 BAL412253.72606.32269.2320.71000.00
Nov 1, 1998 SF281553.627910.03384.44-3-0.80000.00
Nov 9, 1998 @PIT392256.42346.00163.44184.50000.00
Nov 15, 1998 @NYG332163.62678.120109362.00000.00
Nov 22, 1998 @MIN393179.53037.821105.4221.00000.00
Nov 29, 1998 PHI332060.63219.72288.1410.30000.00
Dec 7, 1998 @TB412970.72626.420103.92168.00000.00
Dec 13, 1998 CHI422661.92906.92278.5382.70000.00
Dec 20, 1998 TEN221463.625311.530142.644912.30000.00
Dec 27, 1998 @CHI221672.71537.01268.9393.00000.00
1998 Totals55134763.042127.6312387.8401333.31000.00
Sep 12, 1999 OAK472859.63337.143832136.50000.00
Sep 19, 1999 @DET412048.82887.00161.8210.50000.00
Sep 26, 1999 MIN392461.53047.81094.43134.30000.00
Oct 10, 1999 TB402255.03909.820105.21-1-1.00000.00
Oct 17, 1999 @DEN23730.41205.2039.6199.00000.00
Oct 24, 1999 @SD221254.51737.931100.9000.00000.00
Nov 1, 1999 SEA351440.01805.11426.83165.30000.00
Nov 7, 1999 CHI402767.52676.71184.1284.00000.00
Nov 14, 1999 @DAL502652.02605.21257.1294.50000.00
Nov 21, 1999 DET402665.03097.71096.81-1-1.00000.00
Nov 29, 1999 @SF352468.62366.720106.4000.00000.00
Dec 5, 1999 @CHI241770.81556.51267.211010.00000.00
Dec 12, 1999 CAR382668.43027.92198.85295.80000.00
Dec 20, 1999 @MIN392256.42295.90252.2284.00000.00
Dec 26, 1999 @TB482552.12344.91255.4284.00000.00
Jan 2, 2000 ARI342161.83119.1219912020.00000.00
1999 Totals59534157.340916.9222374.7281425.10000.00
Sep 3, 2000 NYJ341441.21524.51152.62136.50000.00
Sep 10, 2000 @BUF352571.42697.720112.73-2-0.70000.00
Sep 17, 2000 PHI331854.51895.70333.5221.00000.00
Sep 24, 2000 @ARI311754.82778.91095.84389.50000.00
Oct 1, 2000 CHI483164.63336.93197000.00000.00
Oct 8, 2000 @DET432762.82936.82369.2000.00000.00
Oct 15, 2000 SF272074.12669.910117.233511.70000.00
Oct 29, 2000 @MIA342161.81945.70165.1000.00000.00
Nov 6, 2000 MIN361747.22356.52087.2122.00000.00
Nov 12, 2000 @TB251456.01174.70068.3000.00000.00
Nov 19, 2000 IND362363.93018.42197.11-3-3.00000.00
Nov 27, 2000 @CAR513160.82675.21356.6000.00000.00
Dec 3, 2000 @CHI311961.32257.31094.2000.00000.00
Dec 10, 2000 DET361541.72085.81158.6273.50000.00
Dec 17, 2000 @MIN382668.42907.630117.25-7-1.40000.00
Dec 24, 2000 TB422047.61964.70241.44235.80000.00
2000 Totals58033858.338126.6201678.0271084.00000.00
Sep 9, 2001 DET282278.62609.320129.24-2-0.50000.00
Sep 24, 2001 WAS312064.52367.631106.4492.30000.00
Sep 30, 2001 @CAR392564.13087.93292.72-1-0.50000.00
Oct 7, 2001 @TB352057.12587.41354.2252.50000.00
Oct 14, 2001 BAL342779.43379.930137.42-1-0.50000.00
Oct 21, 2001 @MIN352160.01694.82179.3100.00000.00
Nov 4, 2001 TB271659.31806.71260.74133.30000.00
Nov 11, 2001 @CHI321959.42688.42194.32-2-1.00000.00
Nov 18, 2001 ATL291655.22629.02369.1100.00000.00
Nov 22, 2001 @DET261869.22529.720125.81-1-1.00000.00
Dec 3, 2001 @JAC422457.13628.630109.4252.51000.00
Dec 9, 2001 CHI271555.62077.71177.2188.00000.00
Dec 16, 2001 @TEN382052.61995.22174.35204.00000.00
Dec 23, 2001 CLE281864.31395.030112.1210.50000.00
Dec 30, 2001 MIN291862.11695.80078.12-2-1.00000.00
Jan 6, 2002 @NYG301550.031510.520109.7341.30000.00
2001 Totals51031461.639217.7321594.138561.51000.00
Sep 8, 2002 ATL362569.42847.920111.3263.00000.00
Sep 15, 2002 @NO442965.92706.12188.33155.00000.00
Sep 22, 2002 @DET473166.03577.631101.11-1-1.00000.00
Sep 29, 2002 CAR321856.32006.31172.41-1-1.00000.00
Oct 7, 2002 @CHI332266.735910.930133.3111.00000.00
Oct 13, 2002 @NE271763.01475.430114.3155.00000.00
Oct 20, 2002 WAS141178.6896.40093.2100.00000.00
Nov 4, 2002 MIA251664.01877.51183.3200.00000.00
Nov 10, 2002 DET392666.73519.020112.2000.00000.00
Nov 17, 2002 @MIN432455.82966.92363.7000.00000.00
Nov 24, 2002 @TB382052.61965.21436.611717.00000.00
Dec 1, 2002 CHI422457.12215.32177.6294.50000.00
Dec 8, 2002 MIN322268.82146.72195.1188.00000.00
Dec 15, 2002 @SF332575.82016.110100.7520.40000.00
Dec 22, 2002 BUF331545.51143.51239.22-1-0.50000.00
Dec 29, 2002 @NYJ331648.51725.21161.72136.50000.00
2002 Totals55134161.936586.6271685.625732.90000.00
Sep 7, 2003 MIN412561.02486.01446.6000.00000.00
Sep 14, 2003 DET281553.61324.72175.3000.00000.00
Sep 21, 2003 @ARI332369.72457.41188.6000.00000.00
Sep 29, 2003 @CHI292172.41796.231108.3000.00000.00
Oct 5, 2003 SEA251976.01857.420122.9310.30000.00
Oct 12, 2003 KC362569.42727.62198.4210.50000.00
Oct 19, 2003 @STL322371.92688.421104.7000.00000.00
Nov 2, 2003 @MIN281864.31946.931105.42-2-1.00000.00
Nov 10, 2003 PHI221463.61095.01172284.00000.00
Nov 16, 2003 @TB281346.4923.31151.5000.00000.00
Nov 23, 2003 SF151066.71389.22396420.50000.00
Nov 27, 2003 @DET372362.22968.02371.5000.00000.00
Dec 7, 2003 CHI332266.72106.41181.6410.30000.00
Dec 14, 2003 @SD332369.72788.441122.2000.00000.00
Dec 22, 2003 @OAK302273.339913.340154.9000.00000.00
Dec 28, 2003 DEN211257.11165.51168.8144.00000.00
2003 Totals47130865.433617.1322190.418150.80000.00
Sep 13, 2004 @CAR221568.21436.510101.11-1-1.00000.00
Sep 19, 2004 CHI422457.12526.01262.8199.00000.00
Sep 26, 2004 @IND443068.23608.240123.3000.00000.00
Oct 3, 2004 NYG181266.71106.11178.5000.00000.00
Oct 11, 2004 TEN442454.53387.72366.3122.00000.00
Oct 17, 2004 @DET382565.82576.820102.62-2-1.00000.00
Oct 24, 2004 DAL292379.32588.920126.7144.00000.00
Oct 31, 2004 @WAS322062.52899.01363.2000.00000.00
Nov 14, 2004 MIN292069.02368.140133000.00000.00
Nov 21, 2004 @HOU503366.03837.712792168.00000.00
Nov 29, 2004 STL271866.72158.030127.9252.50000.00
Dec 5, 2004 @PHI291448.31314.50232.4000.00000.00
Dec 12, 2004 DET361952.81885.21077.1188.00000.00
Dec 19, 2004 JAC443068.23678.32380.42-1-0.50000.00
Dec 24, 2004 @MIN433069.83658.531109.23-4-1.30000.00
Jan 2, 2005 @CHI13969.219615.120151.4000.00000.00
2004 Totals54034664.140887.6301792.416362.30000.00
Sep 11, 2005 @DET442761.42014.60253.31-1-1.00000.00
Sep 18, 2005 CLE443272.73427.83298.93196.30000.00
Sep 25, 2005 TB241458.31958.12372.7177.00000.00
Oct 3, 2005 @CAR472859.63036.44198.111212.00000.00
Oct 9, 2005 NO271970.42158.030130.9199.00000.00
Oct 23, 2005 @MIN362877.83158.820121.6100.00000.00
Oct 30, 2005 @CIN392666.72797.21556.4242.00000.00
Nov 6, 2005 PIT352057.12146.10163.3100.00000.00
Nov 13, 2005 @ATL392666.72526.51182.4320.70000.00
Nov 21, 2005 MIN332060.62276.92276.2000.00000.00
Nov 27, 2005 @PHI331545.51715.21246.4144.00000.00
Dec 4, 2005 @CHI583153.42774.80252.2100.00000.00
Dec 11, 2005 DET312167.71705.50167.9177.00000.00
Dec 19, 2005 @BAL291448.31445.00234.3000.00000.00
Dec 25, 2005 CHI513058.83176.20444.3000.00000.00
Jan 1, 2006 SEA372156.82597.01176.31-1-1.00000.00
2005 Totals60737261.338816.4202970.918623.40000.00
Sep 10, 2006 CHI291551.71705.90240.9100.00000.00
Sep 17, 2006 NO553156.43406.23185.4000.00000.00
Sep 24, 2006 @DET362569.43409.430127.11-5-5.00000.00
Oct 2, 2006 @PHI442250.02054.70244.2100.00000.00
Oct 8, 2006 STL392256.42205.61081.1000.00000.00
Oct 22, 2006 @MIA351954.32065.92090.911414.00000.00
Oct 29, 2006 ARI251768.01807.210102.14-5-1.31000.00
Nov 5, 2006 @BUF472859.62876.11266.5200.00000.00
Nov 12, 2006 @MIN422457.13478.3201002-2-1.00000.00
Nov 19, 2006 NE15533.3734.90050.1000.00000.00
Nov 27, 2006 @SEA362261.12667.41358.32-1-0.50000.00
Dec 3, 2006 NYJ472451.12144.6125333311.00000.00
Dec 10, 2006 @SF342264.72938.620111.53-3-1.00000.00
Dec 17, 2006 DET372054.11744.70332.92-1-0.50000.00
Dec 21, 2006 MIN502652.02855.70252.51-1-1.00000.00
Dec 31, 2006 @CHI422150.02856.81170000.00000.00
2006 Totals61334356.038856.3181872.723291.31000.00
Sep 9, 2007 PHI422354.82064.90158.21-2-2.00000.00
Sep 16, 2007 @NYG382976.32867.531112.42-2-1.00000.00
Sep 23, 2007 SD452862.23698.230110.3210.50000.00
Sep 30, 2007 @MIN453271.13447.620108410.30000.00
Oct 7, 2007 CHI402972.53228.11283.5000.00000.00
Oct 14, 2007 WAS371951.41885.10243.5382.70000.00
Oct 29, 2007 @DEN272177.833112.320142.42-8-4.00000.00
Nov 4, 2007 @KC342470.636010.622100.12-1-0.50000.00
Nov 11, 2007 MIN463371.73517.630115.4111.00000.00
Nov 18, 2007 CAR302273.32187.330126.83-3-1.00000.00
Nov 22, 2007 @DET413175.63819.330128.22-1-0.50000.00
Nov 29, 2007 @DAL14535.7564.0028.9000.00000.00
Dec 9, 2007 OAK231565.226611.621115.5000.00000.00
Dec 16, 2007 @STL301963.32257.52280.63-3-1.00000.00
Dec 23, 2007 @CHI321753.11534.80240.2300.00000.00
Dec 30, 2007 DET11981.8999.020143.812121.00000.00
2007 Totals53535666.541557.8281595.729120.40000.00
Packers Totals8754537761.4616557.044228685.855517863.2131-7-7.00

Statistics provided by Elias Sports Bureau