"Each week, I bring more stress on myself wondering if this is too good to be true," Favre told the Sun Herald. "I want to continue the streak and winning. When I talk about the streak, it's not the (consecutive) starts; it's the hot streak we are on. Then, I ask what can I do better?
"I am trying to enjoy it because this could be my last game in Green Bay. For the first time in three years, I haven't thought this could be my last game. I would like to continue longer."
Favre has career 442 touchdown passes (442), 61,655 career passing yards and 5,377 career pass completions.
He has turned in a spectacular 17th season, leading the Packers to a 13-3 record with a quarterback rating of 95.7 (his best in 11 seasons), 28 touchdowns and 4,155 passing yards.
Favre's favorite receiver, Donald Driver, said Wednesday he hoped Favre would return.
"Oh, yeah. Of course," Driver said. "I hope so. ... But I don't know. I hope he comes back, but if not, he had a great career. I'm happy for that, and I'm glad I'm a part of it."
"I have a lot to think about. It's been a fun year and winning has made it a good year," Favre said "For the first time in a couple of years, at this point, my focus is solely on Seattle and winning a playoff game at home."
Hat tip to Associated Press.