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I agree. He was never one for making the good read and using textbook mechanics.
I agree he'd make an awful QB coach, but the man could read a defense. He'd make a good QB coach if, and only if the team had a QB with his arm strength and playmaking ability, which has as much a chance of happening as me winning the lotto.
The Marketing Arm is a firm that polls consumers to rank the popularity of athletes and announcers based on factors such as trustworthiness and likeability, and Favre ranks higher than all but sportscasters Howie Long, Terry Bradshaw, Dan Marino, Emmitt Smith, John Madden and Troy Aikman.
ESPN's Ron Jaworski, an ex-quarterback and "Monday Night Football" analyst after years of studio work, says Favre offered "incredible insight" in production meetings and could be "outstanding" on TV.
live brett favre press conference on CSN right now...someone asked him about his appearance and stuff, and he was like, "Well this is as dressed up as you're gonna see me...I thought about wearing a suit, I thought about shaving, but whatever."