28 Sep 2007
Sunday, Brett Favre will probably pass Dan Marino for first place on the all-time touchdown list. And then, Sunday, or perhaps next week or the week after, he will pass George Blanda for first place on the all-time interception list. So how good is Favre, historically? Is he a great quarterback, or a good one who stuck around a long time?
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