Up the ladder

Favre continued his assault on the Packer and NFL record books on Sunday. He played in his 163rd consecutive game, taking over third place on the team's all-time list, having been tied with former center and current Packer Radio Network broadcaster Larry McCarren.

With 18 completions, the Packer's signal caller also raised his career total to 3, 414 passing legendary quarterback Joe Montana (3,409) for fifth place all-time in the NFL. Sunday's victory over the Panthers also improved Favre's home stadium regular season record to 68-12, giving him an .850 winning percentage (including nine games played in Milwaukee) – the highest for any quarterback who started playing since 1950.


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