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Favre. Vic, your "players, not plays" answer reminded me of a question posed many years ago to UCLA basketball coach John Wooden. Wooden was asked if there was a coach he feared in the then PAC 8 conference? Wooden said absolutely there was. The interviewer was excited because he thought he had a scoop. "Well Coach Wooden, who is it?" And Wooden said, "The one with the best players. "Now I get it. It must have been Vic who asked the question, right? He was outwitted by Wooden and has been using a variation of that line ever since. I just read Ron Wolf saying that Brett Favre is the best Packer ever, but with a history as rich as the Packers' surely there's a better player than Favre. He only won one championship after all. Who do you think is the best Packer of all time?I'm pretty sure Vic's answer would be Bart Starr.
In fact I know it would be. I might have to go with Don Hutson. He played both ways for three championship teams and has the franchise record for TD receptions at 99, which no one has ever approached, and Hutson retired in 1945. His TD catches stood as the league record for 44 years until Steve Largent broke it. Forty four years! The only Packer, so far, who had a shot at it was Sterling Sharpe. He had 65 TDs but was unfortunately forced to retire after seven seasons. For those who are wondering, Greg Jennings has 49 TD catches in six seasons, so he'd have to play another six years with the same level of production to get there. Hutson played 11 seasons in an era when the Packers normally averaged between 20 and 25 points per game. He was in a different league, in more ways than one. I agree that Hall Of Fame players need that defining moment Air Force Pink
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I fear for his dogs. I grew up in Platteville, Wis. , which was both Packers and Bears country through my teen years, because the Bears began holding their training camp on the college campus in P ville when I was 11. I'll admit I've been a fan of both teams at different stages of my life, as hard as that may be for some of you to fathom. I've loved the rivalry but not necessarily in the same way most of you do. The first NFL game I attended was Packers Bears at Soldier Field in December of 1984, which was the first season the Bears trained in my hometown. The die hard Green Bay fans will remember this one, because it turned out to be the last Packers victory over the Bears until 1989. Both teams were decimated by injuries at quarterback and were playing third stringers. Rusty Lisch was so bad for Chicago that Walter Payton took a few snaps in the shotgun and threw an interception (so the "Wildcat" didn't Air Force 1 For Girls exactly catch on). With Lynn Dickey out and Randy Wright injured during the game, the Packers were down to Rich Campbell, and Campbell threw a bomb to Phillip Epps in the final minute to give the Packers a 20 14 win. It was just like being at Lambeau on Sept.
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