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?
125 comments, Last at 22 Jun 2011, 1:32pm by toolkien
"Last team with the ball wins" is a cliche, but sometimes cliches are the best way to get across the central narrative of an important game. If you like great quarterback play, you have to watch the NFC Championship Game.