Brett Lorenzo Favre ((listen); FARV) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 20 seasons, primarily with the Green Bay Packers. Favre had 321 consecutive starts from 1992 to 2010, including 297 regular-season games, the most in league history. He was also the first NFL quarterback to obtain 70,000 yards, 10,000 passes, 6,000 completions, 500 touchdowns, 200 wins, and victories over all 32 teams. Favre played college football at Southern Miss and was selected in the second round of the 1991 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons, where he spent one season as a backup. Traded to the Packers, he became their starter early into the 1992 season and revitalized a franchise that had been in a period of decline since the late 1960s. During his 16 seasons with Green Bay, he led the team to 11 playoff runs, seven division titles, four NFC Championship Games, two consecutive Super Bowl appearances, and one championship title in Super Bowl XXXI, their first in nearly three decades. Favre was traded in 2008 to the New York Jets, whom he was a member of for one year, and spent his final two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. His 2009 campaign for the Vikings saw him guide them to a division title and NFC Championship Game appearance, while having one of his strongest statistical seasons. At the time of his retirement, Favre was the NFL leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns, and quarterback wins. He holds the league records for most interceptions, times sacked, and fumbles, in addition to his consecutive starts. From 1995 to 1997, he was named Most Valuable Player three times, the most the award was consecutively received. Favre also led the NFL in passing touchdowns a record four times, while receiving 11 Pro Bowl selections. He was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.