Marshall On-Hand To See Favre Establish New Record

Posted by Mike Wobschall on December 6, 2009 – 1:56 pm

When QB Brett Favre trots onto the field to lead the Vikings on their 1st offensive possession tonight, he’ll break yet another NFL record.

Favre will play in his 283rd consecutive game, moving into sole possession of the most consecutive games played by a position player in NFL history. He is currently tied with Jim Marshall at 282.

Interestingly enough, Marshall made the trip to Arizona with the team this weekend, so he’ll see Favre break his record in person.

I’m sure the NBC cameras will be all over Marshall early in the game as he watches Favre take the field. Hopefully we can catch up to one of the former Purple People Eaters and get some reaction from him. If we do, we’ll have it right here on the Blog.

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