Brett Favre has faced the Dallas Cowboys 13 times in his career, including regular-season and postseason games. In those meetings, the Cowboys have been victorious nine times.
Favre is 4-9 in career games played against the Dallas Cowboys. The total includes regular-season and playoff appearances.
On October 17, 2010, Favre and the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Dallas Cowboys 24-21 in Minnesota.
Nine times and he has never won there.
Brett Farve has never won in Dallas, despite his lengthy NFL career!
No, he did not. Brett Favre played for the Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings.
On October 17, 2010, Favre and the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Dallas Cowboys 24-21 in a game played at Minnesota.
Yes, on Sunday, January 17, 2010.
Brett Favre has had a total of 6 tackles in his career. =)
Brett Favre threw 336 career interceptions.
Brett Favre passed for 71,838 yards during his career.
As of the 2007 season, Brett Favre has played only for the Atlanta Falcons and the Green Bay Packers.Updated answer:No, Brett Favre has never played for the Dallas Cowboys. Favre "retired" from Green Bay following the 2007 season, then came out of retirement to spend one season (2008) as the quarterback for the NY Jets. He then retired and unretired once more, signing with the Minnesota Vikings for the 2009 season.
Irvin Favre coached Brett in High School
Brett Favre has an NFL record 160 wins in his career.
Brett Favre has thrown for 464 career touchdowns as of the end of the 2008 season.
Brett Favre threw a total of 71,838 yards in his career.
As QB of the Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo faced the Green Bay Packers with Brett Favre in week 13 of the 2007 season. Favre injured his elbow in the second quarter and was replaced by Aaron Rodgers. Dallas went on to win 37-27.
Brett Favre threw 508 touchdowns in his career. He also ran for 14 touchdowns.
Brett Favre had 71,838 total passing yards and 1,844 total rushing yards for his career.
He has beaten the Cowboys four times, the last time on October 17, 2010, when his Minnesota Vikings edged Dallas 24-23.
297 career starts.