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Favre Records to break (or already broken)

Discussion in 'Green Bay Packers Fan Forum' started by trippster, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. trippster

    trippster Cheesehead

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    PASSING YARDS
    1 Dan Marino 61,361
    2 Brett Favre 57,500
    3 John Elway 51,475

    TD PASSES
    1 Dan Marino 420
    2 Brett Favre 414
    3 Fran Tarkenton 342

    MOST SEASONS,
    3,000 YARDS
    1 Brett Favre 15
    2 Dan Marino 13
    3 John Elway 12

    PASSING ATTEMPTS
    1 Dan Marino 8,358
    2 Brett Favre 8,224
    3 John Elway 7,250

    COMPLETIONS
    1 Brett Favre 5,021
    2 Dan Marino 4,967
    3 John Elway 4,123

    VICTORIES AS STARTING QB
    1 John Elway 148
    2 Brett Favre 147
    2 Dan Marino 147

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED*
    1 Jim Marshall 270
    2 **** Tingelhoff 240
    3 Brett Favre 237
    4 Bruce Matthews 229

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED, QB*
    1 Brett Favre 237
    2 Peyton Manning 144
    3 Ron Jaworski 116

    *Favre started 257 straight games including playoffs
    MORE FAVRE




    You know what is amazing? Rex is not on any of these lists... :crazy:
     
  2. PackerLegend

    PackerLegend Cheesehead

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    PASSING YARDS
    1 Dan Marino 61,361
    2 Brett Favre 57,500
    3 John Elway 51,475
    DIFFERENCE-3861

    TD PASSES
    1 Dan Marino 420
    2 Brett Favre 414
    3 Fran Tarkenton 342
    DIFFERENCE-6

    MOST SEASONS,
    3,000 YARDS
    1 Brett Favre 15
    2 Dan Marino 13
    3 John Elway 12
    DIFFERENCE- +2

    PASSING ATTEMPTS
    1 Dan Marino 8,358
    2 Brett Favre 8,224
    3 John Elway 7,250
    DIFFERENCE-134

    COMPLETIONS
    1 Brett Favre 5,021
    2 Dan Marino 4,967
    3 John Elway 4,123
    DIFFERENCE- +54

    VICTORIES AS STARTING QB
    1 John Elway 148
    2 Brett Favre 147
    2 Dan Marino 147
    DIFFERENCE- 1

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED*
    1 Jim Marshall 270
    2 **** Tingelhoff 240
    3 Brett Favre 237
    4 Bruce Matthews 229
    DIFFERENCE- 33

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED, QB*
    1 Brett Favre 237
    2 Peyton Manning 144
    3 Ron Jaworski 116
    DIFFERENCE- +93


    I added a DIFFERENCE to make it easier
     
  3. PackFanInSC

    PackFanInSC Cheesehead

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    PASSING YARDS
    1 Dan Marino 61,361
    2 Brett Favre 57,500
    3 John Elway 51,475
    DIFFERENCE-3861
    Should break late 2007/ Early 2008 season

    TD PASSES
    1 Dan Marino 420
    2 Brett Favre 414
    3 Fran Tarkenton 342
    DIFFERENCE-6
    Should Break Week 2 or 3 (unless we play Minn in week 1 -- then move that up a week)


    MOST SEASONS,
    3,000 YARDS
    1 Brett Favre 15
    2 Dan Marino 13
    3 John Elway 12
    DIFFERENCE- +2

    PASSING ATTEMPTS
    1 Dan Marino 8,358
    2 Brett Favre 8,224
    3 John Elway 7,250
    DIFFERENCE-134
    Should break Week 4, 5 or 6


    COMPLETIONS
    1 Brett Favre 5,021
    2 Dan Marino 4,967
    3 John Elway 4,123
    DIFFERENCE- +54

    VICTORIES AS STARTING QB
    1 John Elway 148
    2 Brett Favre 147
    2 Dan Marino 147
    DIFFERENCE- 1
    Should Break Week 2 (Especially if we play Minn, Det, or Chi in Week 1)


    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED*
    1 Jim Marshall 270
    2 **** Tingelhoff 240
    3 Brett Favre 237
    4 Bruce Matthews 229
    DIFFERENCE- 33
    Should Break Week 2 of 2009 Season

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED, QB*
    1 Brett Favre 237
    2 Peyton Manning 144
    3 Ron Jaworski 116
    DIFFERENCE- +93





    I added timeline to break the records
     
  4. eastcoastpacker

    eastcoastpacker Cheesehead

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    The guy has been around for awhile, like a timex... :towel:
     
  5. porky88

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    Don't forget INT's!!!!

    lol I'm just playing even though he'll break it his TD to INT ratio is going to be very good when it's all said and done.
     
  6. ytnewton

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    He will probably rank as #4 all time td/int ratio. Currently the leaders are all in the HOF:
    Young-2.168 td to 1 Int., rating 96.8
    Montana-1.964, rating 92.3
    Marino-1.666, rating 86.4
    Favre-1.516, rating 85.1
     
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    I think he can break them all except for the passing yardage.....It's possible but not without another big play reciever!
     
  8. Cliff

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    Favre only needs 3,862 passing yards to pass Marino. He has surpassed that figure in each of the last 3 seasons.
     
  9. PackerLegend

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    out of the 15 seasons he has been in GB he has broke 3800 passing yards 11 times thats 73% of the time. He failed to get 3800 yards in his first 2 years with GB 1992 (3227 yards), 1993 (3303 yards), and 2002 (3658 yards), 2003 (3361 yards). The odds are in his favor that he will break the mark of most passing yards ever and I think he will.
     
  10. uwbadger12000

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    Are you sure about that?? Look again...

    PASSING YARDS
    1 Dan Marino 61,361
    2 Brett Favre 57,500
    3 John Elway 51,475

    TD PASSES
    1 Dan Marino 420
    2 Brett Favre 414
    3 Fran Tarkenton 342

    MOST SEASONS,
    3,000 YARDS
    1 Brett Favre 15
    2 Dan Marino 13
    3 John Elway 12

    PASSING ATTEMPTS
    1 Dan Marino 8,358
    2 Brett Favre 8,224
    3 John Elway 7,250

    COMPLETIONS
    1 Brett Favre 5,021
    2 Dan Marino 4,967
    3 John Elway 4,123

    VICTORIES AS STARTING QB
    1 John Elway 148
    2 Brett Favre 147
    2 Dan Marino 147

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED*
    1 Jim Marshall 270
    2 **** Tingelhoff 240
    3 Brett Favre 237
    4 Bruce Matthews 229

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED, QB*
    1 Brett Favre 237
    2 Peyton Manning 144
    3 Ron Jaworski 116

    WORST QB's TO EVER PLAY IN A SUPER BOWL

    1. Rex Grossman (CHI)
    2. Trent Dilfer (BALT)
    3. Mark Rypein (WASH)
    4. Jeff Hostetler (NYG)
    5. Brad Johnson (TB)
     
  11. Krazygangsta

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    and if we get another WR thats dangerous ... he should break these records easily
     
  12. Zombieslayer

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    The funny thing about B Johnson is that he has a really high rating. Goes to show how realistic QB rating is. Of all the stats, I've always thought QB rating was one of the more meaningless stats.
     

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