Now we move to today. Through two games, Favre has 37 completions for 396 yards and a touchdown, which isn't terrible, but he also has four interceptions. Last season Favre didn't throw his fourth interception until Week 12. But you know what? This isn't 2009, yet I do think Favre's best is yet to come. In fact, I have a feeling that in Week 3, Favre will make any owners who discard him following two ordinary performances regret that decision. He and his 0-2 pals are going to tear apart the Detroit Lions.
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