What Records Would You Like To See Brett Have?

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I know everyone is anxiously hoping for Brett to come back to break just about all of Marino's records. Which records would you like to see the most or which of Brett's current records would you like to see him put out of reach?


Personally, I would love for Manning to need to take a day off (not seriously hurt) so that the consecutive starts record would be safe for the next couple of decades.

And (wishful thinking), I would like to see Brett add a 4th league MVP to his resume -- effectively putting that record out of reach.
 

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1st QB to win a Super Bowl as a starter 10+ years apart or more.

Has that ever happen? I don't believe so but I could be wrong.
 

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1st QB to win a Super Bowl as a starter 10+ years apart or more.

Has that ever happen? I don't believe so but I could be wrong.


The biggest span that I see is Montana winning in 82, 85, 89, and 90 so a span of 8 years.
 

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Did you know that Elways Broncos went 8 - 8 before the season before they went to the SB back to back? I found other similarities to our team as well, but I forgot :(
 

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There's only ONE stat I wish he had: the most Super Bowl wins.

The rest is nothing more than fantasy football jabbering and stuff for arguments at bars.
 

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I think the TD record is the most impressive. Plus, i'd LOVE to see him add one more SB ring before he rides off.
He's so close to the TD record, it would be a shame not to go for it.
 

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There's only ONE stat I wish he had: the most Super Bowl wins.

The rest is nothing more than fantasy football jabbering and stuff for arguments at bars.

I think we will need to three-peat just to tie that one. Montana and Bradshaw have four and Brady could possibly join them this year. Of course, that would give the Packers 6 total -- beyond Pittsburgh's "one for the thumb".
 

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The Man comes back and he is guaranteed at minimum:

- The Most TD's of all time ( seven away) and
- The Most Wins of all time ( three away )

If the above happens, I will have Noooo problem with him having the interception record as well !!

Anybody who does would have to be a non Packer fan making some pathetic little attempt to undermine his achievements !!!
 

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I would like to see him own the record Grand Funk Railroads greatest hits

I'd like to see him BREAK the record the Grand funk railroad greatest hits
 

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longtimefan said:
I would like to see him own the record Grand Funk Railroads greatest hits

I'd like to see him BREAK the record the Grand funk railroad greatest hits

:thumbsup:

not sure why I said that particular band but sounded good!
 

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All the records duh.....Oh and oldest player to make a comeback and win the superbowl, just incase he does retire...
 

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I wouldn't mind seeing him be the oldest player to play in a game. Currently, that record is George Blanda at age 48 but Morten Andersen (46) may break that one. So Brett, "10 more years!!!"


That should effectively put ALL of the other records out of reach.
 

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Here are some other records that are within reach -- IF the Packers were to make the playoffs next year (according to wikipedia):

Playoff stats
Career Playoff Record: 11-9 (20 Career Playoff Games - Dan Marino had 18; Elway, 22; Montana, 23)
Second all-time in career playoff interceptions thrown with 26 (Jim Kelly, 28)
Second all-time in career playoff pass completions with 401 (Montana, 463)
Second all-time in career playoff passing touchdowns with 34 (Montana, 45)
Third all-time in career playoff pass attempts with 663 (Marino, 687; Montana, 732)
Third all-time in career playoff passing yards with 4,902 (Elway, 4964; Montana, 5772)
 

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I wouldn't mind seeing him be the oldest player to play in a game. Currently, that record is George Blanda at age 48 but Morten Andersen (46) may break that one. So Brett, "10 more years!!!"


That should effectively put ALL of the other records out of reach.

How old was jeff george last year when the raiders signed him ? Oh yeah and how old is testeverde now? just curious....
 

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And have him break Flutie's record and dropkick a field goal too.

YEah I miss Flute...He reminded me of brett in the way he approached the game...He was a winner, too bad he played out of the NFL during most of his prime...I fell he could have lead someone to the superbowl...
 
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