Holding the ball or holding off the rush?
Yes, you can make the argument that he wouldn't be able to take the punishment Rodgers has had to endure, being sacked 41 times. It has been the only real argument made, but in the attempt to make this argument you would miss the part where no QB should have to endure that kind of punishment. Making that argument does nothing but prove how bad the offensive line of the Packers is and behind the right line Favre can still be very effective and has been.
I recently read an article that was based on Favre's inability to let go of the game. Why even talk about this, the game has not let go of him. Why would it even be an argument to make when he clearly has the skills to still be playing?
I don't care what anyone says, this cat and the Chiller (plus Bevell) have been working this since the first time he retired.Quote:
Favre waffled his way right into the perfect situation.
Then TT and company got wind of it, forced him to go to the Jets (poison pill clause included in contract), wich kindof delayed it but didn't prevent it.
Now here I sit, wanting to say "Judas" but fearing all the PM's that will follow.