List of Career Achievements By Brett Favre

This is a list of career achievements by former NFL quarterback Brett Favre.

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... Records owned as of the date of Favre's retirement Most consecutive games, 2+ touchdown passes, career 11, 2000-2009 ^* = Record has since been surpassed ...

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