After looking into retirement the past several off season’s Brett Favre has made his decision for next year, and for many seasons to come for that matter. The 38 year old debuted in the league in 1991 with the Atlanta Falcons. There he did not fit into their system and plans so they shipped him out to the Green Bay Packers where he played the rest of his career, breaking many records along the way. Favre lead the rebuilding Packers back to the playoffs this year, where they lost to the New York Giants in the NFC Championship game. Most people did not expect the Packers to be there.
Number four was selected early in the second round of the 1991 draft and only played one season for his original team. In Packer county he was selected to nine pro bowls, was an all pro seven times and won the MVP three times. Favre owns the several NFL records including: Most wins by a starting quarterback (160), most career touchdown passes (442), most career passing yards (61,655), most completions (5,377) and several others.
Favre was and is one of the all time great quarterbacks and the game will truly miss him.
from my blog www.sammonroe.net