Bench Brett Favre? The Minnesota Vikings Should Consider Tarvaris Jackson

October 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre is statistically among the worst in the National Football League this season.
His QB rating is a measly 67—only three QBs are worse, and two of them are rookies, and he has thrown as many interceptions in four games this year (seven) as he did all of last season.
Clearly, any magic that was created by the addition of Brett Favre in 2009 has disappeared amidst his poor play and scandal of 2010.
At some point in the not-too-distant future, if the losses continue, the Vikings need to consider a quarterback change if they're going to salvage anything from this season.
Of course, in saying that, I realize it is a near impossibility. There's $13 million (or is it $16M?) and a legacy as a hurdle.
Most likely, the only way Brett Favre is not going to be the starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings is if he is unable to play due to injury—and to his credit, when has that ever happened?
Or if he is suspende...

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