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Monday, October 12, 2009
When Favre went against the Packers at Minnesota, I was pretty darn sure he would have a good night. He was going against his old team, knew a lot of the players and personnel, and would chirp into the ears of his coaches everything he knew about the offense and defense of the whole team.
He finished with three TDs and the Vikings won easily.
Another example of a QB going against his old team.