Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre continues his pursuit of NFL records this Sunday when the Packers travel to New England to face the Patriots.<p>

Favre has 298 career touchdown passes and needs two to become the fourth player in NFL history with 300. With three touchdown passes, Favre will move past John Elway (300) for third on the all-time list. Favre has already surpassed NFL greats Johnny Unitas (290) and Warren Moon (291) this season.

Dan Marino has the most career touchdown passes with 420 and Fran Tarkenton 342.

In addition, Favre has 40,097 career passing yards and needs 143 to pass Unitas for seventh place all-time. Also in sight this season for Favre is Joe Montana with 40,551 yards. Dan Marino holds the record with 61,361 career passing yards. He is followed by Elway (51,475), Moon (49,325), Tarkenton (47,003), Fouts (43,040) and Montana.

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