On September 27, 1992, Brett Favre of the Green Bay Packers started against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a game played at Lambeau Field. The Packers won 17-3. The game began Favre's record streak of 297 consecutive regular-season starts, which ended on December 13, 2010. Brett Favre was drafted and played his first NFL game for the Atlanta Falcons.
Yes, Brett Favre played the whole game in Super Bowl XXXI. He was the only quarterback the Packers used in the game.
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.
Statement from Packer's General Manager, Ted Thompson (www.packers.com) Brett Favre has informed us of his intention to retire from the Green Bay Packers and the NFL. He has had one of the greatest careers in the history of the National Football League, and he is able to walk away from the game on his own terms - not many players are able to do that. So, in answer to the question: No one ---- The Packers traded a first round draft choice to the Falcons for Favre in 1992.
He made a game winning touchdown pass when the first string QB got an ankle injury making the Green Bay Packers pay bug bucks to trade for Brett,
My guess is 280 times
Greg Jennings on September 30, 2007 in a game between the Packers and Vikings.
Brett Favre started in 286 consecutive game.