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  • #16
    I think they'll both have better years than last year. Daunte has more proven players around him right now, particularly on the O-Line, and Ronnie Brown is a young terror, so Daunte likely to have a better year than Favre. Daunte will have a good enough year that all those Vikings fans saying they're glad Daunte is gone will only repeat that if they want to be the modern incarnation of the fox and the sour grapes.
    The pain fades and the good memories will remain.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by GermaineRace
      Jon Kitna >>> Both of them.
      LMAO

      You obviously are a homer or you dont know **** about your QB's.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Ace
        Originally posted by GermaineRace
        Jon Kitna >>> Both of them.
        LMAO

        You obviously are a homer or you dont know **** about your QB's.
        Kitna actually could have a very good year and hes not a homer b/c hes a browns fan.

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        • #19
          Daunte Cupeper has alot better offense then Farve does right now.


          Thanks to jackalope

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          • #20
            Daunte for this one.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by ny10804
              Originally posted by drowe
              and i think Favre will do better because he really couldn't do any worse than last year.
              The way I worded it in the poll is wrong -- "the" should replace "a". I realized this right after I posted, and edited it in the post, but someone had already voted, so I couldn't fix the poll.
              Fixed.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by cunningham06
                I like Brett Favre, but I think it's gonna be Daunte. He's got a receiver who's a vertical threat, maybe not as good as Randy Moss, but still good. Also he has a great tight end which he has never really had in Minnesota. Chris Chambers can stretch the defense, and Culpepper is a master of the deep ball, and if they cover deep he can get them across the middle with Randy McMichael. Also he finally has a good running game to take the pressure off of him, so I don't see why he won't have a good season.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by cardsalltheway
                  Originally posted by Ace
                  Originally posted by GermaineRace
                  Jon Kitna >>> Both of them.
                  LMAO

                  You obviously are a homer or you dont know **** about your QB's.
                  Kitna actually could have a very good year and hes not a homer b/c hes a browns fan.
                  Well then I guess he doesn't know his QB's then. He's pretty dumb if he's gonna take a QB who had one good year over two QB's who have good years just about every year.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Ace
                    Originally posted by cardsalltheway
                    Originally posted by Ace
                    Originally posted by GermaineRace
                    Jon Kitna >>> Both of them.
                    LMAO

                    You obviously are a homer or you dont know **** about your QB's.
                    Kitna actually could have a very good year and hes not a homer b/c hes a browns fan.
                    Well then I guess he doesn't know his QB's then. He's pretty dumb if he's gonna take a QB who had one good year over two QB's who have good years just about every year.
                    I think Kitna will do really well in DET with Roy Williams, Mike Williams, Kevin Jones and Marcus Pollard. They should have a pretty good offense, the best in their division. He could easily put up the same numbers that Daunte does and if you knew anything about QB's you would know Kitna has had more than one good year.

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                    • #25
                      F A V R E

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by 4
                        F A V R E
                        S U C K S

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by cardsalltheway
                          Originally posted by 4
                          F A V R E
                          S U C K S

                          ya make senice - when the guys has the most starts and is like 10 games away from most wins and like a few td from the record and after this year will have the most yard ever your smart

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                          • #28
                            wow because his career numbers are so relavent as to how he will play this season.

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                            • #29
                              Career Passing Yards
                              1) Dan Marino 61,361
                              2) Brett Favre 53,615
                              3) John Elway 51,475
                              4) Warren Moon 49,325
                              5) Fran Tarkenton 47,003

                              Career Passing Attempts
                              1) Dan Marino 8,358
                              2) Brett Favre 7,610
                              3) John Elway 7,250
                              4) Warren Moon 6,823
                              5) Frank Tarkenton 6,467

                              Career Completions
                              1) Dan Marino 4,967
                              2) Brett Favre 4,678
                              3) John Elway 4,123
                              4) Warren Moon 3,988
                              5) Fran Tarkenton 3,686

                              Career Touchdown Passes
                              1) Dan Marino 420
                              2) Brett Favre 396
                              3) Fran Tarkenton 342
                              4) John Elway 300
                              5) Warren Moon 291

                              Career Wins as a Starting QB
                              1) John Elway 148
                              2) Dan Marino 147
                              3) Brett Favre 139
                              4) Fran Tarkenton 125
                              5) Johnny Unitas 119

                              Consecutive Games Started
                              1) Jim Marshall 270
                              2) Mick Tingelhoff 240
                              3) Bruce Matthews 229
                              4) Brett Favre 221
                              5) Jim Otto 210
                              5) Fred Cox 210
                              7) Gene Upshaw 207
                              8) Randall McDaniel 202
                              9) Doug Dieken 194
                              10) Len Hauss 192



                              GREEN BAY PACKERS RECORDS

                              Name Stat
                              Career Games Played
                              1) Brett Favre 223
                              2) Bart Starr 196
                              3) Ray Nitschke 190
                              4) Forrest Gregg 187
                              5) LeRoy Butler 181

                              Career Passing Yards
                              1) Brett Favre 53,615
                              2) Bart Starr 24,718
                              3) Lynn Dickey 21,369
                              4) Tobin Rote 11,535
                              5) Don Majkowski 10,870

                              Career Passing Attempts
                              1) Brett Favre 7,606
                              2) Bart Starr 3,149
                              3) Lynn Dickey 2,831
                              4) Tobin Rote 1,854
                              5) Don Majkowski 1,607

                              Career Completions
                              1) Brett Favre 4,678
                              2) Bart Starr 1,808
                              3) Lynn Dickey 1,592
                              4) Don Majkowski 889
                              5) Tobin Rote 826

                              Career Touchdown Passes
                              1) Brett Favre 396
                              2) Bart Starr 152
                              3) Lynn Dickey 133
                              4) Tobin Rote 89
                              5) Arnie Herber 66

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by cardsalltheway
                                wow because his career numbers are so relavent as to how he will play this season.
                                you said and i quote:
                                sucks

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