Brett Favre has no shortage of crowning achievements. Analysts and broadcasters have annoyingly gushed over Favre for years. He is leaving an indelible mark on the history of the game. If you measure a great quarterback by statistics, then Favre is the greatest of all time; if post season interceptions aren’t listed on the stat line. Favre played like a warrior in the NFC Championship game against the New Orleans Saints. He played hurt and his team played stupid. Untimely penalties and turnovers cost the Vikings their first trip to the Super Bowl since the 1976 season. Favre played well but, long after he retires (if and when) I'll remember him for critical turnovers in big games unfortunately, and not for his iron man streak or gunslinger attitude that has made him the winningest qb in the history of the NFL.
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