Favre sets new NFL record
Brett Favre became the NFL’s all-time leader in career touchdown passes with 422 on Sunday according to the Star Tribune. The Star Tribune has much more after opinions of the game and a lot of observation. Favre and the Green Bay Packers beat the Minnesota Vikings, 23 to 16. Farve’s history making touchdown pass came in the first quarter, to Greg Jennings. He also added another touchdown pass to his lead in the forth when he passes to James Jones. The Packers are still undefeated this season with a record of 4-0.
Kare11 reported that Favre beat hall of famer, Dan Marino’s, all-time record of 420 touchdown passes. Kare11 gives a detail description of Favre’s reation after his 421st touchdown pass. There was also a video message from the now 2nd all-time career touchdown pass leader, Marino, to Favre. To sum it up he said that he enjoyed his 13 years as the leader, and he was glad that Favre was the one to take it over.