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As of Week 15 of the 2010 season: Single Season- Tom Brady, 50 Career- Brett Favre, 508
As QB of the Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo faced the Green Bay Packers with Brett Favre in week 13 of the 2007 season. Favre injured his elbow in the second quarter and was replaced by Aaron Rodgers. Dallas went on to win 37-27.
I say Young! 2 thumbs up!
Right now Favre returning is highly unlikely because training camp started and the first preseason game is coming in a little over a week. So the chances of Favre returning is very scarce.
John Elway and Brett Favre currently tied at 148. tie between Brett Farve-John Elway.. at least this week On September 16, 2007 Brett Favre won his 149th game as a starting QB passing John Elway for the most victories by a quarterback. As of September 23rd 2007 Brett Favre has 150 wins as an NFL starting Quarterback.
Brett Favre and the Vikings comeback agenst the San Fransisco 49ers in week 3.
Joe Montana as of Jan-17-2010 Brett Farve could break that record next week in New Orleans.
t doesnt matter..but u do have to put Bryan Levsen at center and outside Linebacker
Rivers by far, while Favre is still a great QB he has some injured receivers. At this point you are probably in the playoffs so stick with Rivers who has healthier receiving options.
As of November 20, 2009, the Green Bay Packers are the only team that Brett Favre has never lost to. Of course, Brett was the starting QB for the Packers for 16 continuous seasons, ending with the 2007/08 season. For the 2009/10 season Brett is starting QB for the Minnesota Vikings. As division rivals, the Vikings and Packers play each other twice during the regular season. The Vikings won both meetings for the 2009/10 season. Therefore, Brett is currently 2 - 0 as starting QB against the Green Bay Packers.As starting QB for the Packers, Brett had a perfect 5-0 regular season record against the San Diego Chargers. For the 2008/09 NFL season, Brett became the starting QB for the NY Jets. On week 3 of the 2008 regular season, the Chargers beat Brett and the Jets 48-29, giving Brett his only loss to the Chargers, to date.
Definitely, Drew Brees against the Giants. Drew Brees is one of the most accurate passers in the NFL, on the other hand, Favre just flings it out to wherever he sees a receiver. So hands down, Brees.
Bret will get after taxes $475/week till age 60 then it will drop by 11% till death or age 85 which ever comes first.
Trick question. No quarterback has played for the Packers for the past 15 years and then won during week 4 of 2009.If you're referring to Brett Favre, he played for the Packers for 16 seasons.Nice try.
Brett Favre has a total of 285 career starts in his professional football career. He has 263 regular season starts and 22 post season starts. Year by year break down: (regular season starts / post season starts) * 1991 - 0 * 1992 - 13 * 1993 - 16 / 2 * 1994 - 16 / 2 * 1995 - 16 / 3 * 1996 - 16 / 3 * 1997 - 16 / 3 * 1998 - 16 / 1 * 1999 - 16 / * 2000 - 16 / * 2001 - 16 / 2 * 2002 - 16 / 1 * 2003 - 16 / 2 * 2004 - 16 / 1 * 2005 - 16 / * 2006 - 16 / * 2007 - 16 / 2 * 2008 - 10 * * - thru week 11 of the 2008 season
Typically, a high school spring break will last over the course of a week, including the weekend preceeding the week and the weekend directly after the week of break.
Spring break is different times in different areas. It may or may not be next week.
In the divisional round of the NFC playoffs on Jan. 17, 2010, the Minnesota Vikings, paced by quarterback Brett Favre, pummeled the Dallas Cowboys 34-3. The Vikings advanced to the NFC championship game, but lost in overtime a week later to the eventual world champion New Orleans Saints, 31-28.
He broke it Week 17 against the New York Giants, it was to Randy Moss, who got his 23rd touchdown that season breaking single season receiving touchdowns in a single season record.
She is going to record the song next week.
Spring break is back to one week in British Columbia and is the week of March 16-20, 2009.
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