Losing a Legend: My Take on What Brett Favre Means to My Life

August 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I picked a photo of Brett Favre standing alone.

Why did I do this, you may ask?

It's to show that Brett Favre truly does stand alone when it comes to him being the greatest quarterback that the NFL has ever seen in it's existence.

You have your John Elway's, Joe Mantana's, Peyton Manning's, Dan Marino's, and Tom Brady's, but there has never been, and never will be a quarterback as significant as Brett.

He's a fearless warrior that has never taken the game for granted. Although he has a big contract, I can safely say that he would play the game for a million if he were healthy.

These days in the NFL, players shy away from playing beyond the age of 35, sometimes even before. It's seen quite often that a running back will hang up the cleats when they are only 30 years old.

It's because of lack of production, and the wanting to be able to live a healthy life when your football career comes to a screeching halt.

The reason why ...

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