Packers-Seahawks: By the Numbers

Favre finishes with 20 touchdown passes, 29 interceptions

4 – The Seahawks played without four starters on defense because of injuries. They included cornerbacks Andre Dyson and Marcus Trufant, linebacker D.D. Lewis, and defensive tackle Chuck Darby.

12 – Number of consecutive seasons that Brett Favre has thrown 20 or more touchdown passes, an NFL record.

20 – Touchdown passes thrown by Brett Favre this season, the 12th straight season he has thrown 20 or more touchdown passes, a league record.

28 – Touchdowns scored by Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander this season, an NFL record. Alexander scored on a one-yard run early in the second quarter to set the record.

29 – Interceptions thrown by Brett Favre, most in his 15-year pro career.

45 – Give-aways by the Packers this season, most in the NFL. Green Bay lost two fumbles and Favre was intercepted once by the Seahawks on Sunday. The Packers finished with 30 interceptions and 15 lost fumbles.

64 – Consecutive games in which wide receiver Donald Driver has caught a pass. Driver's streak is the second longest in team history behind Sterling Sharpe's 103 (1988-94).

221 – Consecutive regular season games that Favre has started for the Packers, extending his NFL record for quarterbacks.

223 – Consecutive regular season games in which Favre has played, the league's longest active streak excluding kickers and punters.

396 - Total touchdown passes in Favre's career, second all-time behind Dan Marino's 420.

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