ChiCity Fingaz said:
Cutler is more efficient than Favre.
Vikings were better off trying to develop one of their QB's into a decent caliber for a long-term window. Now they'll go for it, lose and take a step back. He only wants to play for them so he can beat the Packers and laugh at management. He doesn't care about the team.
are you talking career? or just last year?
if your talking career good one......I would say they are about the same at this point actually Favre can actually hit reciever in stride with the deep ball, Cutler not so much you will learn that this year with Devin Hester. If your talking last season tho than yeah but Favre got hurt soooo its kind of a wash. Anyway Cutler had his best season of his career stats wise he won't come close to his year last year in Denver with Chicago unless they sign Plaxico Buress or something even than I would doubt it.
and about the vikings developing a QB......in that case they should of drafted one to develop and we all know Tavaris isn't going to turn into a beast, tho I still think he could be decent. But since they didn't draft a QB develop this is their best option to win a Superbowl now.
Im just saying, dont get too excited. Its Brett Favre, he is bound to get injured or throw a INT when it most counts. As a packer fan I am excited to see this, one less team to comepte with us for the North title
you honestly believe that
Vikings are almost the best team in the division without Favre adding Favre makes them the clear cut favorite.
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AD and Favre......that alone right there = their division
How did favre pretty much get the jets into the playoffs when he he played like s**t down the stretch? Ifanything he cost the jets a spot chad wouldve defintely got the jets in..brett was lik 2 tds 7 picks in his last 4 gms with the jets...stop it
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They didn't want Chad tho thats their fault
Yeah they lost to the dolphins and didn't make it he played like s**t cause he got hurt. They wouldn't have even been in contention for a playoff spot with Kellen Clemmons or Brett Ratliff.