When Brett Favre decided to sign with the Minnesota Vikings, he became one of the most polarizing players in Packers history. One could argue he had already earned that title when he was traded to the Jets a year earlier.
As Favre's popularity decreased in Wisconsin, his replacement, Aaron Rodgers, gained approval at a similar pace.
At first, Rodgers was good but not great. After a few seasons, he's now become the game's best QB.
Still, it brings up the question. Does that make him better than Favre?