Brett Favre’s Injury Will Force Brad Childress To Make a Difficult Decision

October 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Brett Favre has had a legendary career and is a future first ballot Hall-of-Famer. He holds most NFL career passing records, including passes attempted, passes completed, passing yards, passing touchdowns and interceptions.
The most incredible stat though is that Favre has started every game since he made his debut on Sept. 20, 1992.
To put this streak of consecutive games started into perspective, Percy Harvin, who is now catching passes from Favre, was 4 years old when Favre's streak started. This streak has lasted for so long that we as fans just take it for granted that when Sunday comes along, Favre will be the guy at quarterback.
The difficult question is: Is it time for Brad Childress to end Brett Favre's consecutive games streak?
Favre's 2009 season might have been the best of his career, both in terms of passing statistics and late game heroics (the game winning pass to Greg Lewis certainly comes to mind).
The Vikings, led by the excellent play of Favr...

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