Brett Favre is back in the news — no, he's not attempting another comeback.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston started his NFL career in the worst possible way, becoming the first signal-caller since Brett Favre of the 1991 Atlanta Falcons to throw an interception return for touchdown on the first...Show More Summary
Brett Favre's rookie season, he went 0-for-4 with two interceptions. His first throw was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. Why do we mention that? To let Jameis Winston know that he has plenty of time to rebound from a really,...Show More Summary
Brett Favre's rookie season, he went 0-for-4 with two interceptions. Why do we mention that? To let Jameis Winston know that he has plenty of time to rebound from a really, really bad first NFL pass. Winston, the first pick of the draft...Show More Summary
There is a reason Vernon Adams won Oregon's starting quarterback job despite a limited amount of time in the program. It was for plays like this. Adams should have zero chance there. Scrambling to his left, the best case for the right-handed quarterback is to break a tackle and pick up a couple yards. Instead he took a page from Brett Favre and chucked a completion left handed.
Fact: Tom Brady now has the NFL record for most wins (161) as a starting quarterback with one team, breaking a tie with Brett Favre. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: New England Patriots Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Fact: Tom Brady has 160 career wins as the Patriots starting QB, tied with Brett Favre for most by QB for single team in NFL history. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info, H/T Elias Sports Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
"We wanted to go out on a high note and not overstay our welcome. We wanted to be a Barry Sanders and not a Brett Favre."
Unless the Hall of Fame voters have a collective case of amnesia when it comes time to cast ballots for next year’s class, Brett Favre is going to be among those elected to take their place in Canton. Given the recent trend of pitting teams with connections to inductees against each other in the Hall…
Peyton Manning is very close to catching Brett Favre and setting a new NFL record for career passing yards. How long will it take Manning to break the record? What opponent will Manning break the record against? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
It's late August, which can only mean one thing: Brett Favre is getting the itch to toss the pigskin around again. Thankfully, the Ol' Ball Coach stepped up to help the Ol' Gunslinger get a little taste of the action at a Gamecocks practice...Show More Summary
Former Packers quarterback Brett Favre began musing vaguely about retirement at age 32. Now 31, current Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn’t thinking about walking awash in the short term. “Eight,” Rodgers told Peter King of TheMMQB.com regarding the intended remaining duration of his career. Things of this nature are never binding, and the numbers tend…
Imagine 46 people selecting toppings for one giant pizza they must all share. Everyone has toppings they love and toppings they cannot stand. The 46 people come from different regions: The Chicago delegation wants the pizza thick, the...Show More Summary
Packers fans filled Lambeau Field earlier this month to celebrate Brett Favre’s entry into the team’s Hall of Fame and they’ll fill it again on Thanksgiving to celebrate Favre’s career again. Plenty of other stadiums will play host to similar moments this season as teams guarantee their fans will have something to cheer about by…
Packers say relationship strong with Brett Favre
Lots of fun.
Brett Favre was once again the hero in Green Bay to 67,000 people that showed up for his inclusion in the Packers Hall of Fame. Despite this outpouring of support, Mike Florio expects the boos to return.
It's looking more and more like DeflateGate will be resolved this week, but that probably won't be the end of it anyway. We're also honoring Brett Favre this morning and lots, lots more NFL news. DEFLATEGATE: [Gronk air horn] It's all coming down this week... Show More Summary
One night after 67,000 Packers fans key bygones be bygones and showed up at Lambeau Field to honor hero turned traitor turned hero again Brett Favre, another 20,000 showed up to watch his latest unretirement. Via Lori Nickel of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 22,497 came to Camp Randall in Madison on Sunday to watch Favre play one…
Brett Favre can still zip a pass into tight spaces.