Completions, Attempts, Wins, Touchdows, Yards and interseptions
He has more consecutive starts than any quarterback.
He has more passing touchdowns than any other player in history.
He has more interceptions than any other player in history.
He has more fumbles than any other player in history.
He has more turnovers than any other player in history.
He used the words I, me, or myself more times in a 10-minute press conference than anyone else in the history of television.
most career touchdown passes, most career passing yards, most career pass completions, most career pass attempts, most career interceptions thrown, most consecutive starts, most consecutive starts by a QB, most career victories as a starting quarterback, and most fumbles.
Brett Favre broke four records in his football career.
40 yards in 1995
297 career starts.
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most consecutive games plated
Most interceptions 336.
Brett Favre holds the NFL record for most touchdown passes in an entire career (508 over 20 seasons). Aaron Rodgers has only played in the league for seven seasons, and only four of those as a starter, so he presently has only 145 career TD passes. Aaron Rodgers does hold the record for the best single-season quarterback rating (122.5 in the 2011 season).
Dan Majkowski was the starting quarterback in 1988. He would hold this position until 1992 when he was injured in a game and Brett Favre took over. From then on Brett Favre was the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.
Peyton Manning and Brett Favre hold the record for leading the most different teams to the playoffs in NFL history. Both quarterbacks have led four different teams to the postseason during their careers. Manning achieved this feat with the Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, Tennessee Titans, and the Houston Texans; whereas Favre did it with the Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings, and the Atlanta Falcons.
There are actually four different quarterbacks who hold that record. Brett Farve, Frank Filchock, Bobby Layne and Norm Van Brocklin all threw 6 interceptions in a single playoff game.
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As of the start of the 2010 season, Brett Favre holds the career passing yardage record with 69,329. As stands at the start of the 2008 season, Damon Allen still holds the record for most passing yards by a Pro Quaterback at 72,381 and retired prior to the 2008 training camps. He broke the record on September 4th, 2006 meaning at the start of the 2007 season Dan Marino did not hold the Pro Quarterback record for most career passing yards, only the NFL record. Also Warren Moon retired with 70,553 career passing yards as a Pro Quarterback, putting him above Dan Marino in all-time Pro career stats.
Brett Farve in 2005 with 29 interceptions