#4 | Quarterback | Green Bay Packers | Roster
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Became the first player in NFL history to win three consecutive MVP awards when he tied Detroit's Barry Sanders for the honor. ... Became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw at least 30 touchdown passes in four consecutive seasons. ... Led the Packers to their third consecutive NFC Central title and second straight conference title. ... Named as the NFC's starting QB in the Pro Bowl for the third consecutive season. The Pro Bowl selection was the fifth of his career. ... Started every game for the fifth straight year, raising his consecutive games streak to 93 (105 if including playoffs). ... Led the NFL in TD passes with 35 and the NFC in completions (304) and passing yards (3,867). ... Became only the fourth player in NFL history to post six straight 1,000-yard seasons. ... Continued his remarkable streak of 23 consecutive victories when the temperature is below 35 degrees. ... Passed for 256 yards and three TDs in Green Bay's 31-24 loss to Denver in Super Bowl XXXII.
Named the NFL's regular-season MVP for the second consecutive season. ... Named to the Pro Bowl for the fourth time in his career.
Named NFL's Most Valuable Player after leading the Packers to the NFC Championship Game ... First Team All-Pro by Associated Press ... Started Pro Bowl, his third appearance in the postseason all-star game ... His 86.8 career quarterback rating is the fourth highest in league history, behind only Steve Young (96.1), Joe Montana (92.3) and Dan Marino (88.4) ... His 38 touchdown passes were the third-most in NFL single season history, behind Marino's 48 and 44 ... His 100th touchdown pass came in only his 62nd game, the third fastest in NFL history ... His 4.413 yards led the NFL and fell only 45 yards short of Lynn Dickey's team record, set in 1983 ... Has thrown a touchdown pass in 17 straight games.
Second to Steve Young in MVP ballot ... Threw 23 touchdowns over last eight games of the season ... Threw only seven interceptions over final nine games, cutting his total from 24 in 1993 to 14 in 1994.
One of only seven NFL quarterbacks to start all 16 games ... First in NFC with 318 completions ... Made his second Pro Bowl appearance.
Moved from back-up to Pro Bowl alternate in just three months ... Replaced an injured Don Majkowski in week three and never looked back ... Had a string of 111 passes without an interception ... His 64.1¨completion percentage set a team record.
Active for only three games for Atlanta, playing in two.