BRETT FAVRE RETIRES AFTER 17 SEASONS

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 Brett Favre is the NFL’s only three-time MVP, and leads the league with 442 touchdown passes, 61,655 yards passing and 160 career victories. He started 253 consecutive regular-season games, more than any other quarterback in history.

Favre also holds the more dubious mark of 288 interceptions — an indication of the wild streak that only made him more human to the fans who adored him.  He retired today after 17 seasons.  There will never be another like him.  NFL writer, Cliff Brown sits down with Papa Joe to remember Brett Favre, click below to hear the interview from www.papajoetalk.com

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One response to “BRETT FAVRE RETIRES AFTER 17 SEASONS

  1. doc bustop

    TD’s and yardage leaders will come and go — NO ONE will ever beat the 253 straight games and that’s because no other player gave that much

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