If You Needed One Win in 2010, Would You Want Rodgers or Favre at QB?

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  1. bogerk profile image70
    bogerkposted 13 years ago

    After Ted Thompson, the General Manager of the Green Bay Packers, traded Brett Favre to the New York Jets, most people wanted his head, but now only a little over 2 years later, I think most people would rather have Aaron Rodgers make a crucial start at QB for their team in 2010 over Brett Favre.

    1. profile image59
      logic,commonsenseposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      yeah but not last year

  2. EYEAM4ANARCHY profile image61
    EYEAM4ANARCHYposted 13 years ago

    Whether you would want Favre or Tavaris Jackson is a more relevant question at this point.

  3. Michael Willis profile image68
    Michael Willisposted 13 years ago

    I would take Rodgers at this point!

  4. jobister profile image59
    jobisterposted 13 years ago

    Well Favre really does need to retire. All he brings to the table is drama along with plenty of experience. I am not sure how Minnesota did so well last year with the same core players but this year they completely flopped on their faces. I don't think Childress was completely to blame, instead I think Favre has plenty of blame to take as well. The team is a complete mess. It was a good move on Packers behalf to let him go when they did.

  5. kingis profile image67
    kingisposted 13 years ago

    I would take any QB over Brett Favre.  Favre just needs to hang it up for good.

  6. greg1313 profile image60
    greg1313posted 13 years ago

    I agree- and after MNF i think the decision was made for him- a few years to late. Had he retired a Packer all would be good in the world of Favre

  7. Paul Edmondson profile imageSTAFF
    Paul Edmondsonposted 13 years ago

    Rodgers is a top five qb in the NFL right now. No brainer.

  8. I am DB Cooper profile image84
    I am DB Cooperposted 13 years ago

    Does Brett Favre even know where he is right now? He's got broken bones and torn tendons throughout his body, and a concussion on top of that. He shouldn't have played this past week, and it would be reckless for anyone to clear him to play in the remaining two games this season.

    1. prettydarkhorse profile image61
      prettydarkhorseposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      He was not put in the injured reserved list, who knows he might still play the week after this.


      And Rogers is unsure to play this Sunday because of his concussion.

      I love to watch football this weekend, many exciting games, I hope my cable is working by then, wasn't able to watch last Sunday and it was bad bad day...

      1. I am DB Cooper profile image84
        I am DB Cooperposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        The Packers/Giants game is probably going to be the biggest game of this regular season. It's basically a playoff game for both teams. If the Giants win they clinch the wild card, while if the Packers win they'll just need a win in the final week or a Giants loss and they'll get the wild card.

        The Packers offense kept it close without Rogers this past week, but that was also against a Patriots team that doesn't have much left to play for.

        1. prettydarkhorse profile image61
          prettydarkhorseposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          Rodgers is back to play on Sunday. Packers and NYG  -- yes that will be a game to watch plus Jets vs Bears and NO vs Atl. On Monday,  Eagles and Vikes,
          Geez, busy Sunday for me LOL after the Christmas....

          While me watch at the internet tonite for me Steelers...

  9. rotl profile image60
    rotlposted 13 years ago

    I would take Favre, and I'm not a fan of his. Rodgers has not proven a thing yet, except that he gets injured every four games. It's funny that Green Bay losing is never his fault. He will never be nearly as great as Favre. I would still take the gunslinger to win a big game, he has done it a lot. What has Rodgers won?

 
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