Brett Favre: A True Story of Love and Hate

May 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The year is 1992 and new Packers GM Ron Wolf has just made a move that would change the NFL as we know it. He gave the Atlanta Falcons a first-round pick for their "uncoachable" backup quarterback, Brett Favre.
As a member of the Jets (ironically), Wolf had his eye on Brett going into the 1991 draft, but he was taken by the Falcons just one pick ahead of the Jets. So, a year later as a Green Bay Packer, Wolf had finally got his man.
All of this history changing madness went on without my knowledge, since my birth had only been four years prior. It wasn't until a few years later that I would truly get into Packers Football.
But nevertheless, ever since I was cognitive enough to fathom the existence of professional football, Brett Favre had always been the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers.
To document my feelings toward Brett Favre throughout my life, I am going to use the self-made Love-Hate-o-Meter.
The Packers have always been my favorite team every since ...

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