N/S: Favre should be credited with the Jets 3-0 start (1 Viewer)

bergeaux

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I don't know if any of you caught this live, but someone called out Chris Berman for actually attributing the Jets 3-0 start to Favre being in NY last season. No kidding.


http://www.advancednflstats.com/2009/09/worst-nfl-commentary-of-all-time.html

Berman reflected on Favre's year in New York. He said that the Jets' current success should be attributed to Favre's presence there a year ago. He said, "Favre taught them...He taught them about winning."

He actually said that.

I am a fan of Favre, I love watching him play. Last week was a testament to his abilities, even at 40. But please...

When will the media stop making baboons out of themselves in Favre love?
 

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I agree. The current Jets roster includes players who have made the playoffs with the Jets no less like Kerry Rhodes, Jerricho Cotchery, Ferguson and Mangold, etc. Alan Faneca has a Superbowl ring with the Steelers, and if anyone is setting the tone in New Jersey it's Rex Ryan and his Superbowl ring.
 

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When I read the title, I thought this was going down a different path. I.e., Jets are successful because Favre is gone! I agree, the coaching staff has more to do with the improvement than Favre.
 

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Favre taught the Jets, go young at Qb, so that your still effective weeks 9 thru 17.
 

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