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Favre sets record during Vikings game

According to the Star Tribune, Brett Favre, quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, set an NFL world record today during the first quarter of Sundays game while playing the Minnesota Vikings.

Favre became the all-time leader in career touchdown passes throwing his 421st pass to Greg Jennings. To win, and get this behind us, is a great feeling," Favre said. The Packers are now 4-0 after Sunday's game and Favre is playing the way he used to when he was an MVP (Most Valuable Player).

The game ended 23-16 with the Vikings stats at 1-3.

According to the Pioneer Press, former teammate Darren Sharper had one in the first quarter that was wiped out by a penalty. He congratulated Favre after the game that left the frustrated Vikings 1-3. The Packers joined the Dallas Cowboys as the NFC's only undefeated teams.

This victory at the metrodome is the first in five games.