Quarterback rated among top 5 all time

Brett Favre is among 27 active players representing 19 of the 32 National Football League teams ranked among the Pro Football Hall of Fame's top 20 all-time best in four main statistical categories.<p>

Favre ranks fifth among quarterbacks with a career passer rating of 86.7. He has passed for 42,285 yards in his career and 314 touchdowns.

St. Louis' Kurt Warner leads the quarterbacks with a passer rating of 98.2. In five seasons in the NFL, he qualified for the ratings by compiling more than 1,500 attempts passing. He has thrown for 14,082 yards and 101 touchdowns.

Warner is followed by Steve Young (96.8), Joe Montana (92.3 and Jeff Garcia (89.9).

The Hall of Fame's Top 20 charts the career leaders in passing, receiving, rushing, and scoring on a weekly basis.

Former Packers wide receivers James Lofton and Andre Rison were among the top 20 receivers. Lofton was 10th and Rison 14th. Lofton played for the Packers from 1978-86. Rison played for Green Bay in the latter half of the team's Super Bowl XXXI championship season.

Tennessee's Eddie George entered the Top 20 in Week 13, displacing ex-Packer fullback Jim Taylor (1,941 attempts for 8,597 yards, 83 TDs).

Curly Lambeau ranks fourth among coaches with 226 total wins in his career with the Packers, Cardinals, and Redskins. Don Shula tops the list with 328 regular season victories while coaching the Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins.

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