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Byline: Don Pierson
GREEN BAY, Wis. _ Like a North Woods explorer, Brett Favre keeps charting new territory, trying to drag his Green Bay Packers along with him.
On Monday night, it was NFL start No. 200 in a row, unheard of for a quarterback and unprecedented for all but a handful of linemen.
When he threw his first touchdown pass against the St. Louis Rams in the first half, it marked his 11th straight season of more than 20 touchdown passes, breaking the NFL record of 10 held by Dan Marino. It also was his 36th straight game with a TD pass, as close to the record 47 by Johnny Unitas as anyone has come.
On a winning streak since an embarrassing 48-27 loss Oct. 11 in their last Monday night appearance, the Packers won 38-17 Monday night, enabling them to match the Minnesota Vikings at 7-4 in the NFC …