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  • Favrelous!

       September 24, 2007

    Jim Harbaugh, Peter Tom Willis, Steve Walsh, Erik Kramer, Rick Mirer, Moses Moreno, Dave Krieg, Shane Matthews, Cade McNown, Jim Miller, Chris Chandler, Henry Burris, Kordell Stewart, Chad Hutchinson, Jonathan Quinn, Craig Krenzel, Kyle Orton, Rex Grossman.

    That's the list of starting quarterbacks for the Chicago Bears since 1992. It's hardly a select group of 18. Here's the list of starting quarterbacks for the Green Bay Packers since 1992: Brett Favre.

    My 14-year old nephew has never known a Packers starting QB other than Favre. When Favre took over for Don Majikowski, the Internet was in its infancy and when a new album came out you had to make a tough decision: tape or CD.

    But the story of Favre isn't about longevity - it's about sustained brilliance. He's not a John Elway, hanging around and winning when he has a Terrell Davis to hand off to. Favre is still the Packers most important and most dynamic player. I know that other fans around the country are sick of Favre. I can understand that it gets annoying to hear John Madden call him "a country boy just out there havin' fun" for the 8 millionth time. I get that they cringe when they hear the word "gunslinger". But that's the media. Blame them, not Favre.

    Favre is still awesome. Wouldn't you all rather have him than any of the 18 (soon to be 19?) Bears or Rich Gannon, Jim McMahon, Warren Moon, Brad Johnson, Randall Cunningham, Jeff George, Daunte Culpepper or Tavaris Jackson?


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    #  September 24th, 2007 12:10 PM      james
    The Vikes started Kelly Holcomb yesterday.  
     
    #  September 24th, 2007 4:29 PM      themandownthehall
    Speaking for Lions fans everywhere. We'll certainly take him for what ever he has left. Kitna is doing ok this year, but let's face it, Brett is Best. Of course, we'd just ruin him. We don't do QB's that well...  
     
    #  September 24th, 2007 4:57 PM      BVBigBro
    It would be hard to root against the Lions if they somehow made a playoff run. They have been so bad for so long.  
     
    #  September 24th, 2007 9:10 PM      drew
    I'll take Tony Romo!  
     

     

     


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