Packers-Vikings Notes

Despite the loss, the Packers posted more milestones and career marks in the record books Sunday at Minnesota:<p>

Favre file: Playing in his 169th consecutive regular season game today, quarterback Brett Favre extends the second-longest such streak in team history. Only Forrest Gregg played in more consecutive regular season games for the Packers, holding the record at 187. Also today, Favre extends his NFL record for consecutive regular season starts by a quarterback to 167. That's the longest active streak among NFL players at any position.

Longwell on the move: Placekicker Ryan Longwell inched closer to a major milestone in Packers individual scoring history. His three extra points pulls him to within 14 points of becoming only the fourth player in team history to reach 700 points.

The 28-year-old Longwell, who has scored in every game of his NFL career to date (90 consecutive games) has posted 686 points to date (150 field goals and 236 points after touchdown).

Don Hutson is the team's all-time scoring leader with 823 points, followed by Chris Jacke with 820 and Paul Hornung with 760.

Longwell, with 90 points in 10 games this season, is on a pace to score a career-high 144 points. His career-high was 131 points in 2000.

Green's ground game: Running back Ahman Green moved past Edgar Bennett (1992-96) into eighth place on the team's lifetime list. His 71 yards Sunday gives him 3,395 for his Packer career (41 games)Bennett closed out his Green Bay career with 3,353 rushing yards.

Defensive numbers: Hardy Nickerson led tackling with 7 Sunday, giving him 70 on the season keeping him close to fellow linebacker Nate Wayne who leads the team with 81.

Driver file: Driver, who already has surpassed his three-year career total (1999-2001), made four catches to give him an even 50 on the season.

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