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Brett Favre And 155 Other Quarterbacks

Here is a list of the QBs started by other teams during Favre's ironman streak, which is now the longest in the NFL regardless of position. A total of 155 other QBs have started an NFL game during that span. If you count each QB starting for a different team as unique, the number jumps to 292. I just thought I'd post this because I thought it was impressive and put's Favre's streak into perspective.



Arizona/Phoenix (11) - Steve Beuerlein, Dave Brown, Stoney Case, Chris Chandler, Boomer Esiason, Kent Graham, Dave Krieg, Jim McMahon, Jake Plummer, Timm Rosenbach, Jay Schroeder

Atlanta (11) - Chris Chandler, Steve DeBerg, Jeff George, Tony Graziani, Bobby Hebert, Doug Johnson, Danny Kanell, Chris Miller, Billy Joe Tolliver, Michael Vick, Wade Wilson

Baltimore (11) - Tony Banks, Jeff Blake, Stoney Case, Randall Cunningham, Trent Dilfer, Elvis Grbac, Jim Harbaugh, Scott Mitchell, Chris Redman, Vinny Testaverde, Eric Zeier

Buffalo (7) - Drew Bledsoe, Todd Collins, Doug Flutie, Rob Johnson, Jim Kelly, Frank Reich, Alex Van Pelt

Carolina (7) - Steve Beuerlein, Kerry Collins, Randy Fasani, Matt Lytle, Rodney Peete, Frank Reich, Chris Weinke

Chicago (13) - Chris Chandler, Will Furrer, Jim Harbaugh, Erik Kramer, Dave Krieg, Shane Matthews, Cade McNown, Jim Miller, Rick Mirer, Moses Moreno, Steve Stenstrom, Steve Walsh, Peter Tom Willis

Cincinnati (11) - Jeff Blake, Boomer Esiason, Gus Frerotte, Donald Hollas, Paul Justin, Jon Kitna, David Klingler, Scott Mitchell, Neil O'Donnell, Jay Schroeder, Akili Smith

Cleveland (11) - Tim Couch, Ty Detmer, Kelly Holcomb, Bernie Kosar, Doug Pederson, Todd Philcox, Mark Rypien, Vinny Testaverde, Mike Tomczak, Spergon Wynn, Eric Zeier

Dallas (11) - Troy Aikman, Quincy Carter, Randall Cunningham, Jason Garrett, Chad Hutchinson, Bernie Kosar, Ryan Leaf, Rodney Peete, Clint Stoerner, Wade Wilson, Anthony Wright

Denver (8) - Bubby Brister, John Elway, Gus Frerotte, Brian Griese, Tommy Maddox, Hugh Millen, Chris Miller, Bill Musgrave

Detroit (13) - Charlie Batch, Stoney Case, Ty Detmer, Gus Frerotte, Joey Harrington, Erik Kramer, Dave Krieg, Don Majkowski, Mike McMahon, Scott Mitchell, Rodney Peete, Frank Reich, Andre Ware

Green Bay (1) - Brett Favre

Houston Texans (1) - David Carr

Indianapolis (9) - Craig Erickson, Jeff George, Jim Harbaugh, Kelly Holcomb, Paul Justin, Don Majkowski, Peyton Manning, Browning Nagle, Jack Trudeau

Jacksonville (7) - Steve Beuerlein, Mark Brunell, Jay Fiedler, Rob Johnson, Jamie Martin, Steve Matthews, Jonathan Quinn

Kansas City (7) - Steve Bono, Rich Gannon, Elvis Grbac, Trent Green, Dave Krieg, Joe Montana, Warren Moon

Miami (8) - Steve DeBerg, Craig Erickson, Jay Fiedler, Damon Huard, Bernie Kosar, Ray Lucas, Dan Marino, Scott Mitchell

Minnesota (10) - Todd Bouman, Daunte Culpepper, Randall Cunningham, Rich Gannon, Jeff George, Brad Johnson, Jim McMahon, Warren Moon, Sean Salisbury, Spergon Wynn

New England (7) - Drew Bledsoe, Tom Brady, Jeff Carlson, Tom Hodson, Hugh Millen, Scott Secules, Scott Zolak

New Orleans (14) - Jeff Blake, Aaron Brooks, Mike Buck, Kerry Collins, Jake Delhomme, Jim Everett, Bobby Hebert, Billy Joe Hobert, Doug Nussmeier, Heath Shuler, Billy Joe Tolliver, Steve Walsh, Wade Wilson, Danny Wuerffel

N.Y. Giants (6) - Dave Brown, Kerry Collins, Kent Graham, Jeff Hostetler, Danny Kanell, Phil Simms

N.Y. Jets (12) - Bubby Brister, Boomer Esiason, Glenn Foley, Ray Lucas, Rick Mirer, Browning Nagle, Ken O'Brien, Neil O'Donnell, Chad Pennington, Frank Reich, Vinny Testaverde, Jack Trudeau

Oakland/L.A. Raiders (9) - Vince Evans, Rich Gannon, Jeff George, Billy Joe Hobert, Donald Hollas, Jeff Hostetler, Todd Marinovich, Jay Schroeder, Wade Wilson

Philadelphia (10) - Bubby Brister, Randall
Cunningham, Koy Detmer, Ty Detmer, Bobby Hoying, Jim McMahon, Donovan McNabb, Ken O'Brien, Doug Pederson, Rodney Peete

Pittsburgh (7) - Bubby Brister, Kent Graham, Tommy Maddox, Jim Miller, Neil O'Donnell, Kordell Stewart, Mike Tomczak

St. Louis/L.A. Rams (12) - Tony Banks, Steve Bono, Marc Bulger, Chris Chandler, Jim Everett, Trent Green, Jamie Martin, Chris Miller, T.J. Rubley, Mark Rypien, Steve Walsh, Kurt Warner

San Diego (12) - Drew Brees, Jim Everett, Doug Flutie, John Friesz, Gale Gilbert, Jim Harbaugh, Stan Humphries, Erik Kramer, Ryan Leaf, Moses Moreno, Sean Salisbury, Craig Whelihan

San Francisco (6) - Ty Detmer, Jim Druckenmiller, Jeff Garcia, Elvis Grbac, Steve Stenstrom, Steve Young

Seattle (11) - Trent Dilfer, Glenn Foley, John Friesz, Stan Gelbaugh, Matt Hasselbeck, Brock Huard, Jon Kitna, Dan McGwire, Rick Mirer, Warren Moon, Kelly Stouffer

Tampa Bay (8) - Steve DeBerg, Trent Dilfer, Craig Erickson, Brad Johnson, Rob Johnson, Shaun King, Vinny Testaverde, Eric Zeier

Tennessee/Houston Oilers/Titans (8) - Cody Carlson, Chris Chandler, Will Furrer, Steve McNair, Warren Moon, Neil O'Donnell, Bucky Richardson, Billy Joe Tolliver

Washington (14) - Tony Banks, Cary Conklin, Gus Frerotte, John Friesz, Rich Gannon, Jeff George, Trent Green, Jeff Hostetler, Brad Johnson, Shane Matthews, Patrick Ramsey, Mark Rypien, Heath Shuler, Danny Wuerffel
 

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eh, not to sure about the "started by other teams during Favre's ironman streak" because Deberg/Erickson never started for the Dolphins.

.....I think.:goof:
 

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Favre's streak is incredible.

I can't think of a single team that wouldn't take him in a heartbeat.
 

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Originally posted by Slaine
Favre's streak is incredible.

I can't think of a single team that wouldn't take him in a heartbeat.
The Bengals probably would. They don't seem to know how to put a team together. :eek:
 

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Favre has been a great QB I have been a fan of his for years, But I will root against him on Monday
 

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Originally posted by Chubby
Favre has been a great QB I have been a fan of his for years, But I will root against him on Monday
I hope you would :D


p.s. IceStorm that was a nice edit :lol:
 

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Originally posted by Chubby
Favre has been a great QB I have been a fan of his for years, But I will root against him on Monday
that's exactly how I feel about him - he is a classic football player - a perfect cross between Jim McMahon and Dan Marino.

Marino had a similar streak going until he had his achilles pop in '93 and it was all downhill health-wise for him after that. What Favre has done is incredible.

Was Glanville the idiot that let him leave Atlanta ? for Steve Bartkowski to play QB instead ?
 

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Originally posted by dolphan39
Was Glanville the idiot that let him leave Atlanta ? for Steve Bartkowski to play QB instead ?
yes it was Glanville that traded Favre for a 1st rounder to keep the likes of Chris Miller,Billy Joe Tolliver ,Wade Wilson around. He was quoted saying "We really stoled that draft pick from Green Bay" :lol: :lol: :lol: Don't ever mention that to a Falcons fan,talk about instant fireballs out of their ears :D
 

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Originally posted by WisconsinFan
yes it was Glanville that traded Favre for a 1st rounder to keep the likes of Chris Miller,Billy Joe Tolliver ,Wade Wilson around. He was quoted saying "We really stoled that draft pick from Green Bay" :lol: :lol: :lol: Don't ever mention that to a Falcons fan,talk about instant fireballs out of their ears :D
Chris Miller was a great pass, but the opposite of Favre, i.e. he was injured more than he played :rolleyes:
 

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the really bad part was just before gb's last game, i think it was espn who did a story on this only it was about all of brett's backups and how they never hardly played...then he hurts his knee in that game...eerie eh?
brett is a class act as well as a great qb, but we would much rather face mr. pederson!
 

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What you gotta remember about the whole Favre trade though is that Favre was nothing but a trouble maker in Atlanta. Glanville just didn't have the patience or staff to reign him in. Favre doesn't even appear in the Falcons team picture from 1991 because he got drunk the night before, was hungover and arrived late for the photo session. So it is pretty easy to see why Glanville was excited to get a first rounder for him at the time. Obviously though, Ron Wolf saw something Glanville didn't.
 
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