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Brett Favre makes History by Defeating the Green Bay Packers

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Tuesday, 06 October 2009 22:46

Brett Favre makes HistoryBrett Favre becomes the first quarterback in NFL betting history that manages to beat all 32 teams in the league, the last team on his itinerary was the one who saw his career take off and it hosted for 16 consecutive seasons, the Green Bay Packers.

"I do not know how to explain, would not know how to convey my feelings." Brett Favre said. "I did the right thing I'm sure, just never thought it would be in a situation like this."

The powerful and infallible Brett Favre completed 24 passes for 271 yards and three touchdowns, once again Adrian Peterson, considered the best rider in the entire league, failed to excel on the field while scored only 55 rushing yards and a touchdown.

"My main goal was to win this game and offer it to Brett." Said Adrian Peterson. "Favre was acting like he cared in the slightest, but I knew it, I know it meant a lot to him. I could see in his eyes, looking for this victory. "

The Green Bay Packers failed to shine on this occasion, a team that so far remains a favorite in the NFC North division now holds two wins by two defeats in the 2009 season. In fighting against the team faltered Vikings, Aaron Rodgers suffered the most career sacks (8) they added 384 yards and two touchdowns effective.

The problem for Green Bay is still the lack of protection for the quarterback, Brett Favre error even tried to change in recent years over the Packers.

"Definitely not expecting this." Aaron Rodgers said. "Having three possessions of the ball in enemy territory and walk out with zero points on the scoreboard is very difficult to digest. I think I had many errors in the field, is really disappointing. "

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