Brett Favre Retires:How Does He Stack Up Against Other Hall of Fame QBs?

August 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I grew up a Chicago Bears fan, so it's natural that I had a distinguished hate for Brett Favre. I watched him tear apart my beloved team year after year.
Sometimes it got to the point where I told myself I'd never forgive him.
Although I enjoyed when the Bears beat Favre, I also enjoyed his play.
The unique style of never give up play made Favre what he is today. The gunslinger never backed down from a challenge.
Even when the odds were stacked against him.
I can come to accept that Favre is a great player. A Hall of Fame player, and one of the best of all-time.
There is no doubt Favre will be in the Hall of Fame sooner than later. But there will always be that debate on where he stands on the list of best quarterbacks.
I went through who I consider to be the best of all time, and researched stats to see where Favre compares.
I compared his career to the elite class of Steve Young, Troy Aikman, Joe Montana, Dan Marino, John Elway and Johnny Unita...

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