Brett Favre/Stats

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More information on Stats relevant to Brett Favre.

Career stats

Regular season

Year Games Passing Rushing
Comp Att Yds TD Int Att Yds Avg TD
1991 2 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0.0 0
1992 15 302 471 3227 18 13 47 198 4.2 1
1993 16 318 522 3303 19 24 58 216 3.7 1
1994 16 363 582 3882 33 14 42 202 4.8 2
1995 16 359 570 4413 38 13 39 181 4.6 3
1996 16 325 543 3899 39 13 49 136 2.8 2
1997 16 304 513 3867 35 16 58 187 3.2 1
1998 16 347 551 4212 31 23 40 133 3.3 1
1999 16 341 595 4091 22 23 28 142 5.1 0
2000 16 338 580 3812 20 16 27 108 4.0 0
2001 16 314 510 3921 32 15 38 56 1.5 1
2002 16 341 551 3658 27 16 25 73 2.9 0
2003 16 308 471 3361 32 21 18 15 0.8 0
2004 16 346 540 4088 30 17 16 36 2.3 0
2005 16 372 607 3881 20 29 18 62 3.4 0
2006 16 343 613 3885 18 18 23 29 1.3 1
Career 241 5,021 8,223 57,500 414 273 526 1,774 3.4 13

He also has one reception for -7 yards, a tipped pass that Favre himself caught. It was the first completion of Favre's career.[1]

Playoff stats

  • Career Playoff Record: 11-9[1] (20 Career Playoff Games - Dan Marino had 18; Elway, 22; Montana, 23)
  • Second all-time in career playoff interceptions thrown with 26 (Jim Kelly, 28)
  • Second all-time in career playoff pass completions with 401[1] (Montana, 463)
  • Second all-time in career playoff passing touchdowns with 34 (Montana, 45)[1]
  • Third all-time in career playoff pass attempts with 663[1] (Marino, 687; Montana, 732)
  • Third all-time in career playoff passing yards with 4,902 (Elway, 4964; Montana, 5772)[1]

References

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