A guy like Brett Favre is the key kind of quarterback for football. I mean, the crowd goes nuts when he gets a touchdown pass, you know? BOOM! Tocuhdown!
What I'm saying here is that when you see this guy play football, you sorta get this feeling that you just want to get up and dance etc. Brett Favre is a MVP Quarterback, its believed that he will retire a Vikings in 2010 after his 20th NFL season (1 with NYG, 16 with Green Bay, 1 with NYJ, and 2 with Minnesota)
Brett Favre was the quarterback for the NFL Green Bay Packers. Favre announced his retirement in March 2008 but later came out of retirement. He last played for the Minnesota Vikings in 2010 and retired for good on January 17, 2011. He holds many NFL passing records including yards, touchdowns, interceptions, and also is the winningest QB in NFL history.
he can throw 110mph. when he was little and when he played football he was the wide receiver and he kept on getting hurt so he wannted to play another position so he chose to play quarterback and there are some other facts on Brett favre.com
Brett Favre's middle name is Lorenzo. When Atlanta gave Brett to the Green Bay Packers, they thought they were robbing the Packers. Favre merried his high school sweet heart. Brett was bron on October 10, 1969 in Gulfport, Mississippi. Brett has 3 siblings, Scott, Jeff, and Brandi. Brett Favre's high school football number was 10.
No. As far as I know, he doesn't have programming knowledge, much less QuickBASIC...
Probably practice and dedication is what made him into the quarterback he is today. But others might say he was just born with it while others would just say it's all three.
because he retires so much
well Brett favre is important for the team he plays on because he's a great athlete and is a hard worker and knows the game well for the entire nfl he's not really important cause the nfl has thousands of other QB's to talk about.
5. Just 5.
He is a famous Quarterback for the Green Bay Packers (an NFL team) he has broken lots of records too! Yes Right now he is a Quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings (an NFL team). In case you are intrested, their record is currently 12-4. He also played for the Green Bay Packers for 16 years, and the New York Jets for a year before coming to the Vikings. We (sorry, I live in MN and am a Vikings fan) are playing the New Orleans Saints (record is 13-3) for a place in the Superbowl. Go Favre!
they are famous Americans who has great careers and make headlines
This would be a matter of opinion. Both Peyton Manning and Brett Favre will one day be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Favre currently holds the passing records, but Manning could one day pass him. They are both great players.
Players are first eligible for the Hall of Fame five years after they retire. I would think he will be elected in his first eligible year, so I would say he will enter the Hall of Fame five years after he retires.probally
Easy Brett Favre Because football is a team sport, it's hard to say who is the best all time player because a great player still needs a strong supporting cast around him; also, a very good player can be made to seem better because he has an exceptionally strong team around him. For example, a quarterback with extremely high ratings has receivers who can catch the ball, or his stats would not be so high; and a very good quarterback who has very poor receivers around him will be perceived to be weak. Just as a good running back needs good blockers, a great running back without blocking will not get very far. Still, some unquestionably great players you will find mentioned in any conversation will include Jim Brown, Joe Montana, Deacon Jones, Brett Favre, Jerry Rice, Lawrence Taylor, Emmitt Smith, Johnny Unitas, Dick Butkus, Joe Greene, Steve Young, Walter Payton, Dick "Night Train" Lane, Marshall Faulk, Mike Singletary, and a host of other great players. Take your pick.
There are many opinions on what made Favre a great quarterback. The general consensus is that what made him great was his uncanny ability to improvise and make the big play. He was a gambler who took chances on plays and won more often than not.
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.
no the vikings are a great team but i think theyre going to get beat in the second round...its going to be patriots vs eagles or cowboys
The quarterback with the most pro football passing yards is Damon Allen (brother of NFL great Marcus Allen), with 72,381. Allen played from 1985 to 2007 in the Canadian Football League, a pro league that has been around since 1957.The QB with the most career passing yards in the NFL is Brett Favre with 61,655 as of the 2008 season.
It can be great if you love and know the game of football.