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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Brett Favre was one of thehardest working, toughest, most competitive, and one of the most clutch athletes to ever play football. Brett Favrestarted consecutively 321 number of NFLgames Brett Favre Brett Favre holds the record for number of games startedconsecutively. Named the toughest manin America in 2004, ahead ofMichael Weiskopf. Michael Weiskopf is a manwho had his right hand blown off after trying to send backan enemy grenade launchedat his Humvee in 2006. Brett Favre has 30fourth quarter comebacks. Brett Favre is the only3 times Associated PressMVP (1995-1997). Favre started every single Packer game from September 20, 1992 to January 20, 2008. Overall, Favre's ironman streak would run an amazing 297 games, an NFL record. Holds virtually every significant NFL career passing record, including touchdown passes (442), completions (5,377), attempts (8,758) and yards (61,655), plus most wins (160) as a starting QB Favre admitted to the media in 2012 that he was suffering from some memory loss, which he contributes in part to the many injuries he sustained being his pro football career. One day after his father died of a heart attack or stroke, Favre decided to play in a December 22, 2003, Monday Night Football game against the Oakland Raiders. Favre passed for four touchdowns in the first half and 399 total yards in a 41-7 victory over the Raiders on international television (even receiving applause from "Raider Nation"). In 2004 Brett Favre playeda game against the New YorkGiants in which he suffered aconcussion. He returned anywaysrecording a 28 yard touchdownpass in the 4t Alabama coach Gene Stallings said, "You can call it a miracle or a legend or whatever you want to. I just know that on that day, Brett Favre was larger than life." "All I kept asking [her] was 'WillI be able to play football again?'"Favre recalled later. Doctors would later remove 30 inches (76 cm) of Favre's small intestine.
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