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LandShark13
10-05-2009, 06:07 PM
I know this is going to come across as mean spirited. I don't want it to but I could paint it pink and put a pretty ribbon on it and it still will be mean but here goes. I have been watching Favre threaten to retire for god knows how long. He kept the packers hostage year after year with this threat. And every year after all I here during the off season as I search for news on my Favorite team is commentators talking about Favre this and Favre that. Well I just think it would be very fitting (and here is the mean part) if the Green Bay Packers tonight officially ended his career.


Once again I'm sorry if this thread offends but Its how I feel.

3Ply Stagliano
10-05-2009, 07:16 PM
I get why one might find Favre a bit annoying but I certainly wouldn't wish a career ending injury upon him. It's irritating to read about his indecisiveness but wanting him to be badly injured? That seems a bit steep.

LandShark13
10-05-2009, 07:23 PM
I get why one might find Favre a bit annoying but I certainly wouldn't wish a career ending injury upon him. It's irritating to read about his indecisiveness but wanting him to be badly injured? That seems a bit steep.

I know its harsh.... But man I just think it would be fitting:pop:

SpurzN703
10-05-2009, 07:41 PM
Nah, I'd like to see Favre put up 12 TDs to stick it to Green Bay instead.

Roman529
10-05-2009, 08:55 PM
This is the most overhyped game in NFL history.

LandShark13
10-05-2009, 08:59 PM
This is the most overhyped game in NFL history.

I know, but something is wrong with me cause I want to see another Joe Theisman this game to number 4.....

X-Pacolypse
10-05-2009, 09:45 PM
This is the most overhyped game in NFL history.

INDEED.

Vertical Limit
10-05-2009, 10:08 PM
The guy is still playing like a top quarterback in the league. He can come back as much as he wants, it's enjoyable to watch. He still has the canon and he can make throws most QB's right now can't make.

Vertical Limit
10-06-2009, 02:17 PM
Ted Thompson got what he deserved last night. What kind of GM is this guy? Most Packer fans hate this *******. Remember, he's the one who ran Favre out of Green Bay. Favre was being pressured to retire for they can start Aaron Rodgers (Thompson was in love with Rodgers since he drafted him). Even after a 13-3 Favre led season, Thompson still wanted Favre out. Hell, Ted offered 20 million to Favre to stay retired for christ sakes. Talk about throwing the money away huh? Even Rick Spielman isn't that retarded.

Guys, this is not like the Bobby Bowden and FSU situation. Favre can still play at a high level as shown last night. I think Miami fans has an extra hate for him because of all the records he broke, but that's unfair to judge him by. If Marino had stayed healthy like Favre has, Brett probably wouldn't have those records. But give him his credit.

emeraldfin
10-06-2009, 02:49 PM
Lets wait to see what Favre can do come week 14 and further into the season.

Remember he was doing pretty well last season with the Jets for the most part of the season and then imploded.

LandShark13
10-06-2009, 03:09 PM
I guess I'm the only guy who's absolutely fed up with Favre =(

Breed
10-06-2009, 07:13 PM
Ted Thompson got what he deserved last night. What kind of GM is this guy? Most Packer fans hate this *******. Remember, he's the one who ran Favre out of Green Bay. Favre was being pressured to retire for they can start Aaron Rodgers (Thompson was in love with Rodgers since he drafted him). Even after a 13-3 Favre led season, Thompson still wanted Favre out. Hell, Ted offered 20 million to Favre to stay retired for christ sakes. Talk about throwing the money away huh? Even Rick Spielman isn't that retarded.

Guys, this is not like the Bobby Bowden and FSU situation. Favre can still play at a high level as shown last night. I think Miami fans has an extra hate for him because of all the records he broke, but that's unfair to judge him by. If Marino had stayed healthy like Favre has, Brett probably wouldn't have those records. But give him his credit.

Ted Thompson has made some poor decisions, however, the decision to go with Aaron Rodgers was not one of them. As for the 13-3 season in 2007, you're ignoring the two previous years where the Packers went a combined 12-20. Favre had a fantastic bounce back year in '07, but the team around him performed at a much higher level that year than in any recent year. 2007 was an aberration.

2005: 4-12
2006: 8-8
2007: 13-3
2008: 6-10

2005: 21.5 points allowed per game (19th in the NFL), 18.6 points scored per game (22nd in the NFL)

2006: 22.9 points allowed per game (25th in the NFL), 18.8 points scored per game (22nd in the NFL)

2007: 18.2 points allowed per game (6th in the NFL), 27.2 points scored per game (4th in the NFL)

2008: 23.8 points allowed per game (22nd in the NFL), 26.2 points scored per game (5th in the NFL)

I'm sure the Vikings will have a much better season than the Packers, but it won't be because the Packers are missing Brett Favre. The Vikings have an elite defense, the best running back in the NFL, and a very good OL.

Take Rodgers off the Packers and I doubt the Packers finish with more than 4 wins (at most) this year, that team is terrible. On offense, the Packers have talent at their skilled positions, but they have one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL. Charles Woodson and Donald Driver stated before the game started, that when Aaron Rodgers has time to throw he's the best QB in the NFL. I wouldn't go that far, but I do think he's in the next tier of quarterbacks, after Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Drew Brees.

The Packers need Chad Clifton to return healthy in the worst way.

Robs88
10-06-2009, 07:14 PM
Still has it.

X-Pacolypse
10-06-2009, 09:18 PM
I guess I'm the only guy who's absolutely fed up with Favre =(

You're not alone. I'm fed up with Favre as well. I hope that after this season he will FINALLY (FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!) FINALLY call it a career. The legacy whore got his revenge, now let this be the end.

LandShark13
10-06-2009, 09:23 PM
You're not alone. I'm fed up with Favre as well. I hope that after this season he will FINALLY (FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!) FINALLY call it a career. The legacy whore got his revenge, now let this be the end.

Thank god! I thought I was the only one sick of him. He's been threatening to retire for close to 6 years or more.

Breed
10-06-2009, 11:50 PM
Here are some interesting stats for those that may think Rodgers is a garbage time QB.

Career numbers by situation:

4th quarter within 7

Rodgers: 84.5 passer rating (105/181, 1,361passing yards, 9 touchdowns/6 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 84.4 passer rating (299/476, 3,528 passing yards, 25 touchdowns/21 interceptions)

Tied

Rodgers: 89.4 passer rating (108/170, 1,123 passing yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions)

Roethlisberger: 84.6 passer rating (357/571, 4,522 passing yards, 23 touchdowns/22 interceptions)

Behind by 1-8 points

Rodgers: 99.8 passer rating (64/108, 793 passing yards, 7 touchdowns/1 interception)
Roethlisberger: 98.8 passer rating (187/275, 2,140 passing yards, 20 touchdowns/11 interceptions)

Ahead 1-8 points

Rodgers: 95.6 passer rating (71/116, 903 passing yards, 6 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 85.4 passer rating (301/502, 3,740 passing yards, 26 touchdowns/18 interceptions)

Behind by 9-16 points

Rodgers: 100.8 passer rating (116/175, 1,644 pasing yards, 11 touchdowns/7 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 90.7 passer rating (375/586, 4,785 passing yards, 31 touchdowns/23 interceptions)

The Packers made the right decision in going with Rodgers. If they ever get a solid supporting cast around him (namely OL), they'll be a team to reckon with for a long time to come.

JCane
10-07-2009, 12:00 AM
Yeah this just isn't cool at all. What if some guy at your job wished something terrible would happen to you because you were great at what you do and he was sick of it. Think about how you would support your family at the age of 45. You can't hate on a guy because he loves what he does and wants to continue to do it. I applaud Brett Favre for doing what his heart desires. If you want to play, then play. Don't let people push you into a decision you're unsure of.

By the way, take a look at the Vikings right now at 4 - 0 with Brett Favre. Without him, they're an average team at 2 - 2. Good for you, Brett. I hope he plays for 15 more years.

Breed
10-08-2009, 08:39 PM
My brother is writing a paper on why the Packers made the right decision in going with Rodgers over Favre. His idea is, it's better to have a top 10 QB for a decade or more than a top 4 or 5 QB for a year or two, especially if the team you're building around is mediocre (at best). I agreed with him and crunched some numbers to help support his argument.

These are the top young quarterbacks in the game, all of which are considered top 10 NFL quarterbacks.

Career dropbacks per sack:
Ryan: 28.63
Cutler: 23.86
(Eli) Manning: 20.75
Rivers: 18.93
Flacco: 16.65
Rodgers: 12.46
Roethlisberger: 11.13

Career passer rating (doesn't account for sacks, sack yardage or fumbles lost):
Rodgers: 93.4
Rivers: 92.7
Roethlisberger: 90
Ryan: 89.9
Cutler: 87.3
Flacco: 83.9
(Eli) Manning: 77.6

Career passing net average (passing yards - sack yardage/passing attempts + sacks):
Ryan: 7.29
Rivers: 6.84
Cutler: 6.80
Roethlisberger: 6.59
Rodgers: 6.41
Flacco: 6.10
(Eli) Manning: 5.85

Career ypc:
Rodgers: 4.3
Cutler: 3.6
Roethlisberger: 3.2
Flacco: 3.2
(Eli) Manning: 2
Ryan: 1.7
Rivers: 1.5

Career net average (passing yards + rushing yards - sack yardage/passing attempts + rushing attempts + sacks):
Ryan: 6.73
Cutler: 6.55
Rivers: 6.48
Roethlisberger: 6.32
Rodgers: 6.20
Flacco: 5.83
(Eli) Manning: 5.68

Career completion %:
Roethlisberger: 63.2
Rodgers: 62.7
Cutler: 62.6
Rivers: 62
Ryan: 61.9
Flacco: 60.8
(Eli) Manning: 56.2

Career attempts per touchdown (passing touchdowns + rushing touchdowns/passing attempts + rushing attempts + sacks):
(the lower the number, the better)
Roethlisberger: 20.74
Rivers: 20.77
Rodgers: 21.73
Cutler: 23.18
(Eli) Manning: 24.27
Ryan: 27.5
Flacco: 28.38

Career attempts per turnover (interceptions + fumbles lost/passing attempts + rushing attempts + sacks)
Ryan: 46.54
Flacco: 40.06
Rodgers: 39.5
Rivers: 33.7
Cutler: 30
(Eli) Manning: 28.75
Roethlisberger: 27.81

Career touchdown/turnover:
Rodgers: 1.82
Ryan: 1.69
Rivers: 1.62
Flacco: 1.41
Roethlisberger: 1.34
Cutler: 1.29
(Eli) Manning: 1.19

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4th quarter within 7
Rivers: 88.9 passer rating (222/385, 2,819 passing yards, 22 touchdowns/10 interceptions)
Rodgers: 84.5 passer rating (105/181, 1,361passing yards, 9 touchdowns/6 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 84.4 passer rating (299/476, 3,528 passing yards, 25 touchdowns/21 interceptions)
Cutler: 83.7 passer rating (188/316, 2,229 passing yards, 15 touchdowns/10 interceptions)
Ryan: 83 passer rating (56/96, 624 passing yards, 4 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 81.2 passer rating (327/556, 3,832 passing yards, 31 touchdowns/23 interceptions)
Flacco: 76.4 passer rating (67/106, 831 passing yards, 4 touchdowns/6 interceptions)

Tied
Cutler: 96.4 passer rating (162/264, 1,953 passing yards, 16 touchdowns/5 interceptions)
Rodgers: 89.4 passer rating (108/170, 1,123 passing yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions)
Ryan: 86.7 passer rating (67/113, 896 passing yards, 7 touchdowns/5 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 84.6 passer rating (357/571, 4,522 passing yards, 23 touchdowns/22 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 84.4 passer rating (285/486, 3,402 passing yards, 25 touchdowns/15 interceptions)
Rivers: 78.4 passer rating (221/375, 2,630 passing yards, 14 touchdowns/13 interceptions)
Flacco: 66.1 passer rating (67/133, 843 passing yards, 2 touchdowns/3 interceptions)

Behind by 1-8 points
Rodgers: 99.8 passer rating (64/108, 793 passing yards, 7 touchdowns/1 interception)
Roethlisberger: 98.8 passer rating (187/275, 2,140 passing yards, 20 touchdowns/11 interceptions)
Rivers: 96.7 passer rating (196/308, 2,474 passing yards, 20 touchdowns/10 interceptions)
Cutler: 90 passer rating (143/230, 1,733 passing yards, 12 touchdowns/7 interceptions)
Ryan: 75.9 passer rating (76/118, 837 passing yards, 3 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Flacco: 75.8 passer rating (42/69, 420 passing yards, 2 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 73.3 passer rating (204/375, 2,290 passing yards, 18 touchdowns/14 interceptions)

Ahead 1-8 points
Ryan: 107.6 passer rating (85/126, 1,110 passing yards, 6 touchdowns/1 interception)
Flacco: 98.5 passer rating (112/185, 1,382 passing yards, 12 touchdowns/3 interceptions)
Rodgers: 95.6 passer rating (71/116, 903 passing yards, 6 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Cutler: 88.6 passer rating (149/226, 1,714 passing yards, 10 touchdowns/8 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 85.4 passer rating (301/502, 3,740 passing yards, 26 touchdowns/18 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 81.7 passer rating (279/494, 3,176 passing yards, 26 touchdowns/14 interceptions)
Rivers: 81.2 passer rating (139/243, 1,950 passing yards, 9 touchdowns/8 interceptions)

Behind by 9-16 points
Rodgers: 100.8 passer rating (116/175, 1,644 pasing yards, 11 touchdowns/7 interceptions)
Rivers: 90.8 passer rating (282/459, 3,490 passing yards, 23 touchdowns/12 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 90.7 passer rating (375/586, 4,785 passing yards, 31 touchdowns/23 interceptions)
Ryan: 86.7 passer rating (76/118, 837 passing yards, 3 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Cutler: 80.3 passer rating (207/349, 2,574 passing yards, 13 touchdowns/12 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 76.7 passer rating (415/725, 4,922 passing yards, 27 touchdowns/24 interceptions)
Flacco: 64.6 passer rating (58/101, 715 passing yards, 3 touchdowns/6 interceptions)

LandShark13
10-08-2009, 08:44 PM
Great Info. Hell I'm with the Packers on this anyway. Wasn't he threatening to retire even before they drafted Rogers? Seems like every year he tried to hold them hostage.

Breed
10-09-2009, 07:29 PM
I've added some things...

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Career drop backs per sack:
(Peyton) Manning: 30.45
Ryan: 28.63
Brees: 27.43
Cutler: 23.86
(Eli) Manning: 20.75
Favre: 20.68
Brady: 19.49
Rivers: 18.93
Flacco: 16.65
McNabb: 14.42
Rodgers: 12.46
Roethlisberger: 11.13

Career passer rating (doesn't account for sacks, sack yardage or fumbles lost):
(Peyton) Manning: 95.2
Rodgers: 93.4
Rivers: 92.7
Brady: 92.5
Brees: 90
Roethlisberger: 90
Ryan: 89.9
Cutler: 87.3
McNabb: 85.8
Favre: 85.7
Flacco: 83.9
(Eli) Manning: 77.6

Career passing net average (passing yards - sack yardage/passing attempts + sacks):
Ryan: 7.29
(Peyton) Manning: 7.24
Rivers: 6.84
Cutler: 6.80
Brees: 6.69
Roethlisberger: 6.59
Brady: 6.51
Rodgers: 6.41
Favre: 6.36
Flacco: 6.10
McNabb: 5.91
(Eli) Manning: 5.85

Career ypc:
McNabb: 5.8
Rodgers: 4.3
Cutler: 3.6
Favre: 3.2
Roethlisberger: 3.2
Flacco: 3.2
(Peyton) Manning: 2.3
Brees: 2
(Eli) Manning: 2
Brady: 1.9
Ryan: 1.7
Rivers: 1.5

Career net average (passing yards + rushing yards - sack yardage/passing attempts + rushing attempts + sacks):
(Peyton) Manning: 7.00
Ryan: 6.73
Cutler: 6.55
Rivers: 6.48
Brees: 6.42
Roethlisberger: 6.32
Brady: 6.21
Rodgers: 6.20
Favre: 6.18
McNabb: 5.90
Flacco: 5.83
(Eli) Manning: 5.68

Career completion %:
(Peyton) Manning: 64.6
Brees: 64.1
Roethlisberger: 63.2
Brady: 62.9
Rodgers: 62.7
Cutler: 62.6
Rivers: 62
Ryan: 61.9
Favre: 61.7
Flacco: 60.8
McNabb: 58.9
(Eli) Manning: 56.2

Career attempts per touchdown (passing touchdowns + rushing touchdowns/passing attempts + rushing attempts + sacks):
(Peyton) Manning: 18.44
Roethlisberger: 20.74
Rivers: 20.77
Brady: 20.87
Favre: 21.53
Rodgers: 21.73
Brees: 22.82
Cutler: 23.18
McNabb: 23.24
(Eli) Manning: 24.27
Ryan: 27.5
Flacco: 28.38

Career attempts per turnover (interceptions + fumbles lost/passing attempts + rushing attempts + sacks)
Ryan: 46.54
Flacco: 40.06
Rodgers: 39.5
McNabb: 38.97
Brady: 36.61
(Peyton) Manning: 35.78
Brees: 34.62
Rivers: 33.7
Cutler: 30
(Eli) Manning: 28.75
Roethlisberger: 27.81
Favre: 27.75

Career touchdown/turnover:
(Peyton) Manning: 1.94
Rodgers: 1.82
Brady: 1.75
Ryan: 1.69
McNabb: 1.68
Rivers: 1.62
Brees: 1.52
Flacco: 1.41
Roethlisberger: 1.34
Favre: 1.29
Cutler: 1.29
(Eli) Manning: 1.19

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4th quarter within 7
Rivers: 88.9 passer rating (222/385, 2,819 passing yards, 22 touchdowns/10 interceptions)
(Peyton) Manning: 85 passer rating (773/1,268, 9,025 passing yards, 63 touchdowns/43 interceptions)
Rodgers: 84.5 passer rating (105/181, 1,361passing yards, 9 touchdowns/6 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 84.4 passer rating (299/476, 3,528 passing yards, 25 touchdowns/21 interceptions)
Brady: 83.9 passer rating (457/760, 5,242 passing yards, 38 touchdowns/25 interceptions)
Cutler: 83.7 passer rating (188/316, 2,229 passing yards, 15 touchdowns/10 interceptions)
Ryan: 83 passer rating (56/96, 624 passing yards, 4 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Brees: 81.7 passer rating (529/865, 6,048 passing yards, 40 touchdowns/33 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 81.2 passer rating (327/556, 3,832 passing yards, 31 touchdowns/23 interceptions)
McNabb: 79.5 passer rating (468/849, 5,165 passing yards, 38 touchdowns/18 interceptions)
Flacco: 76.4 passer rating (67/106, 831 passing yards, 4 touchdowns/6 interceptions)
*Not all of Favre's stats were available*

Tied
(Peyton) Manning: 106.3 passer rating (846/1,271, 10,590 passing yards, 76 touchdowns/18 interceptions)
Cutler: 96.4 passer rating (162/264, 1,953 passing yards, 16 touchdowns/5 interceptions)
Brady: 95.5 passer rating (714/1,073, 7,572 passing yards, 45 touchdowns/14 interceptions)
Brees: 95.4 passer rating (476/723, 5,371 passing yards, 40 touchdowns/19 interceptions)
Rodgers: 89.4 passer rating (108/170, 1,123 passing yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions)
Ryan: 86.7 passer rating (67/113, 896 passing yards, 7 touchdowns/5 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 84.6 passer rating (357/571, 4,522 passing yards, 23 touchdowns/22 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 84.4 passer rating (285/486, 3,402 passing yards, 25 touchdowns/15 interceptions)
McNabb: 82.6 passer rating (563/982, 6,326 passing yards, 40 touchdowns, 18 interceptions)
Rivers: 78.4 passer rating (221/375, 2,630 passing yards, 14 touchdowns/13 interceptions)
Flacco: 66.1 passer rating (67/133, 843 passing yards, 2 touchdowns/3 interceptions)
*Not all of Favre's stats were available*

Behind by 1-8 points
Rodgers: 99.8 passer rating (64/108, 793 passing yards, 7 touchdowns/1 interception)
Roethlisberger: 98.8 passer rating (187/275, 2,140 passing yards, 20 touchdowns/11 interceptions)
Rivers: 96.7 passer rating (196/308, 2,474 passing yards, 20 touchdowns/10 interceptions)
Cutler: 90 passer rating (143/230, 1,733 passing yards, 12 touchdowns/7 interceptions)
(Peyton) Manning: 88.4 passer rating (521/830, 6,158 passing yards, 44 touchdowns/29 interceptions)
McNabb: 80 passer rating (212/400, 2,515 passing yards, 19 touchdowns/8 interceptions)
Ryan: 75.9 passer rating (76/118, 837 passing yards, 3 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Flacco: 75.8 passer rating (42/69, 420 passing yards, 2 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Brady: 74.3 passer rating (240/432, 2,562 passing yards, 14 touchdowns/10 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 73.3 passer rating (204/375, 2,290 passing yards, 18 touchdowns/14 interceptions)
Brees: 72.6 passer rating (358/595, 4,031 passing yards, 21 touchdowns/28 interceptions)
*Not all of Favre's stats were available*

Ahead 1-8 points
Ryan: 107.6 passer rating (85/126, 1,110 passing yards, 6 touchdowns/1 interception)
(Peyton) Manning: 99.6 passer rating (991/1,493, 11,911 passing yards, 90 touchdowns/40 interceptions)
Flacco: 98.5 passer rating (112/185, 1,382 passing yards, 12 touchdowns/3 interceptions)
Brees: 96.7 passer rating (478/718, 5,144 passing yards, 40 touchdowns/16 interceptions)
Rodgers: 95.6 passer rating (71/116, 903 passing yards, 6 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Brady: 94.4 passer rating (659/1,073, 8,202 passing yards, 56 touchdowns/21 interceptions)
McNabb: 91.5 passer rating (676/1,095, 8,014 passing yards, 52 touchdowns/22 interceptions)
Cutler: 88.6 passer rating (149/226, 1,714 passing yards, 10 touchdowns/8 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 85.4 passer rating (301/502, 3,740 passing yards, 26 touchdowns/18 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 81.7 passer rating (279/494, 3,176 passing yards, 26 touchdowns/14 interceptions)
Rivers: 81.2 passer rating (139/243, 1,950 passing yards, 9 touchdowns/8 interceptions)
*Not all Favre's stats were available*

Behind by 9-16 points
Rodgers: 100.8 passer rating (116/175, 1,644 pasing yards, 11 touchdowns/7 interceptions)
Rivers: 90.8 passer rating (282/459, 3,490 passing yards, 23 touchdowns/12 interceptions)
Roethlisberger: 90.7 passer rating (375/586, 4,785 passing yards, 31 touchdowns/23 interceptions)
Brady: 87.7 passer rating (544/865, 6,191 passing yards, 45 touchdowns/29 interceptions)
Ryan: 86.7 passer rating (76/118, 837 passing yards, 3 touchdowns/2 interceptions)
Brees: 85.4 passer rating (652/1,023, 7,233 passing yards, 36 touchdowns/27 interceptions)
(Peyton) Manning: 82.8 passer rating (955/1,546, 10,983 passing yards, 62 touchdowns/51 interceptions)
Cutler: 80.3 passer rating (207/349, 2,574 passing yards, 13 touchdowns/12 interceptions)
McNabb: 79 passer rating (700/1,234, 7,947 passing yards, 54 touchdowns/35 interceptions)
(Eli) Manning: 76.7 passer rating (415/725, 4,922 passing yards, 27 touchdowns/24 interceptions)
Flacco: 64.6 passer rating (58/101, 715 passing yards, 3 touchdowns/6 interceptions)
*Not all Favre's stats were available*