Mark for consecutive playoff games with TD pass

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Brett Favre set an NFL record Sunday by
throwing a touchdown pass in his 14th consecutive playoff game.

Favre was tied with former Dolphins star Dan Marino, who threw
TD passes in 13 straight playoff appearances between 1983-95.

Favre threw his 31st postseason touchdown pass -- the third-most
in NFL history -- on an audible about 4½ minutes before halftime in
the Green Bay Packers' first-round NFC playoff game against the
Seattle Seahawks.

Favre faked a short pass to fullback William Henderson in the
right flat, then found tight end Bubba Franks over the middle for
the 23-yard score. Safety Damien Robinson slipped on the play.

Marino threw 32 TD passes in the playoffs, second only to Joe
Montana's 45.

Favre also extended his team record to 26 straight games with a
touchdown pass, including playoffs. It is the longest current
streak in the NFL.

He led the league for a record-tying fourth time in touchdown
passes this season with 32. His completion percentage of .654 was a
career best.

Favre took the splint off his broken right thumb at practice
this week but decided to put it back on Sunday. He broke it in a
game at St. Louis on Oct. 19.