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Brett Favre Is 48, But He Still Got Asked If He’ll Replace The Injured Aaron Rodgers


The Green Bay Packers received terrible news on Sunday afternoon, as the team announced Aaron Rodgers may miss the remainder of the 2017 season. During the team’s Week 6 matchup against Minnesota, … 283 more words

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Tom Brady sets another NFL record, passes Peyton Manning, Brett Favre

The quarterback passed Peyton Manning and Brett Favre with his 187th regular-season victory when the Patriots topped the N.Y. Jets 24-17 on Sunday.

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Tom Brady Sets Another NFL Record

Tom Brady sets another NFL record, passes Peyton Manning, Brett Favre

The quarterback passed Peyton Manning and Brett Favre with his 187th regular-season victory when the Patriots topped the N.Y. Jets 24-17 on Sunday.

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Tom Brady Sets Another NFL Record

"Bart Starr Chalk Talk" event to be emceed by Starr's son, feature Brett Favre, Steve Young

GREEN BAY — Bart Starr Jr., the son of Green Bay Packers’ legend Bart Starr, will emcee a “Chalk Talk” event, featuring former Packers’ QB Brett Favre, and Hall of Fame QB and ESPN Analyst Steve Young. 234 more words

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Ben Roethlisberger Still Thinks He Has It, Folks

Ben Roethlisberger responded to a question by saying “maybe I don’t have it anymore” following a five-interception game against Jacksonville.

With quotes like these, it’s always good to find the source and the way it was said, to see if Big Ben was really conceding that he may be done as a franchise quarterback. 323 more words

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Packers vs. Bears: Green Bay Can Jump Ahead in the Series for the First Time in 85 Years

The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears have been playing against each other since 1921 when the NFL was called the American Professional Football Association. Since the two teams have been battling each other, in a series which goes back almost 100 years, the teams are tied with 93 wins apiece, with six ties. 1,000 more words

The World Needs a Packers-Patriots Super Bowl

January 26, 1997. Superdome. New Orleans. Super Bowl XXXI.

Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21.

Most people remember Super Bowl XXXI as Brett Favre’s only Super Bowl win of his Hall-of-Fame career, but this was also the closest Drew Bledsoe would come to leading his team to a Super Bowl win. 627 more words

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