QB leading the Pack

, Last Updated: 1:04 PM ET

GREEN BAY, Wisc. (Ticker) -- Brett Favre will be hoping his 200th consecutive start turns out better than his last two have against the St. Louis Rams.

Favre reaches his latest milestone Monday night when the surging Green Bay Packers host the Rams at Lambeau Field.

A three-time Most Valuable Player, Favre has lost his last two games against the Rams, including a 2002 divisional playoff contest at St. Louis in which he threw a record-tying six interceptions.

Last season, Favre completed 23-of-32 passes for 268 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in a 34-24 loss at St. Louis.

But this time, Favre gets a crack at the Rams at Lambeau Field, where he is 81-18 as a starter. Favre also will be hoping for cold conditions since he is 29-0 in the regular season and 36-1, including playoffs, at home when the game-time temperature is 34 degrees or below.

Last week, Favre orchestrated his 32nd career game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime as the Packers rallied for a 16-13 victory at Houston. Favre passed for a season-high 383 yards and threw a touchdown pass for the 35th straight game, the second-longest streak in league history behind Johnny Unitas (47).

Ryan Longwell has kicked game-winning field goals each of the last two weeks for the Packers, who have won five straight games following a 1-4 start to tie Minnesota for first place in the NFC North.

After beating Seattle two weeks ago to forge a first-place tie in the NFC West, the Rams endured an embarrassing 37-17 loss at Buffalo last week. St. Louis has lost three of its last four games.

Marc Bulger threw three interceptions and was sacked six times and Marshall Faulk gained just six yards on 13 carries as the Rams fell a game behind Seattle.


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