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1999 Green Bay Packers season

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Record  8–8
Playoff finish  did not qualify
Start date  1999
Division place  4th NFC Central
Head coach  Ray Rhodes
Home field  Lambeau Field
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The 1999 Green Bay Packers season was the first and last season for head coach Ray Rhodes. The Packers finished 8–8, posting their worst record since Brett Favre took over the helm as the Packers' starting quarterback.


1999 NFL draft

In the 1999 NFL draft, the Packers selected free safety Antuan Edwards in the first round (25th overall). Notably, the Packers drafted future Pro Bowl wide receiver Donald Driver in the seventh round (213th overall).

Players highlighted in yellow indicate players selected to the Pro Bowl during their NFL career.

Regular season

The Packers finished with an 8–8 record in 4th place in the NFC Central division, behind the 8–8 Detroit Lions due to a conference record tiebreaker.

Awards and records

  • Brett Favre, NFC Leader, Attempts (595)
  • Milestones

  • Brett Favre, Third 4,000 Yard Passing Season (finished season with 4,091)
  • References

    1999 Green Bay Packers season Wikipedia