Jeff Nadler

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  • Tommy Torkelson posted 648 days ago

    Tommy Torkelson

    Jeff, I find it interesting you call me out as a fan, call me ignorant, but you do not use proper context, and have yet to write an article of your own, while I have written 69 for over 100,000 reads. Clearly, I must ave some grasp of recent sports history... Favre was at his best in the years following the injury to Sharpe. I did not overlook their years played together, and Sharpe pre-Favre is irrelevant, as my point was he did not have a consistent long term target in GB, who was of elite level talent. Rodgers has yet to have a player of that caliber on his side of the ball (Ahman Green is arguably the best Packer Favre played on the same side of the ball with in both their primes..). Rodgers has never had a top tier number one. I am referencing a long term pairing, like Manning and Harrison, Montana and Rice, etc. Favre did not have that, and neither has Rodgers to this point. I cant count on all my fingers and toes how many times Favre had completed passes to 7 or more targets. The same style of play in making due with what is available applies to Rodgers. Maybe write an article refuting my point, before showing up without having a seat to the table.

  • Tommy Torkelson posted 648 days ago

    Tommy Torkelson

    I find it interesting you call me out as a fan, but you dont use proper context, and have yet to write an article of your own, while I have written 69 for over 100,000 reads. Clearly, I must ave some grasp of recent sports history... Favre was at his best from the years following the injury to Sharpe. I didnt overlook it. Rodgers has yet to have a player of that caliber on his side of the ball (Ahman Green is arguably the best Packer Favre played on the same side of the ball with in both their primes..) the point remains true: Rodgers has never had a top tier number one. Im referencing a long term pairing, like Manning and Harrison, Montana and Rice, etc. Favre did not have that, and neither has Rodgers to this point. I cant count on all my fingers and toes how many times Favre had completed passes to 7 or more targets. The same style of play in making due with what s available applies to Rodgers. Maybe write an article refuting my point, before showing up before having a seat to the table.