"Pack" to The Future: Brett Favre Leads Green Bay

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A year after going 8-8 and after five fruitless season with no Super Bowl ring to show for, including the infamous "4th and 26" incident against the Philadelphia Eagles, no one was going to blame the Green Bay Packers if they wanted to coast this season.

The Packers weren’t expecting a standout season this year but that’s what they got, having now gone 13-3.

Green Bay haven’t gone 13-3 since the ‘97 Season when they made the playoffs—the Packers made the playoffs six of the 10 times in the last ten years.

The only man remaining on that team is No. 4 and Future Hall of Famer Brett Favre.

Favre has had fans wondering if he would stay and go for the last three seasons as he contemplates retirement.

Favre is having a standout year with 28 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.  He broke Dan Marino’s TD record, the record for most games played ever, and most games won by a starting quarterback.

The way the Packers are rushing with Ryan Grant and receiving with Lee, Franks, and Driver, the Packers are back from relying on the glory days and possibly could be considered as Favre's last run for another Super Bowl ring.

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