Often, a great player plays a franchise for a very long time, interesting to see who saved him. Who has formed his own beginner race? Who started out in other places, but here he ruined his career? Here are the backups of Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre over the years.
1992: Brett Comes to Green Bay Packers
Backup: Don Majkowski (Virginia University)
Majkowski began packing his career earlier, and later launched games for Indianapolis Colts and Detroit Lions he also appeared in some of his games.
1993: Brett's Second Year
Backup: Ty Detmer (Brigham Young University)
Detmer won Heisman Trophy QB for BYU Cougars, then in 1993 and 1995 in Green Bay he resumed the Philadelphia Eagles Games in 1996 and 1997. The game with San Francisco, Cleveland with Detroit
1994: Brett 3 years
Backup: Mark Brunell (University of Washington)
Probably behind Favre defensive and the most successful (so far) Mark Brunell the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Washington Redskins. Brunell held a number of Pro Bowl and in 1996 led the championship to a full run. Brunell is currently ranked in the top 25 categories in the following categories: Passing trials, completion finishes, and running façades.
Backup: Jim McMahon (Brigham Young University)
McMahon has been the focus of most of his career and has won the Super Bowl with 1985 Chicago Bears. He is also a little off to San Diego, Philadelphia and Minnesota. In time, he spent time with the Arizona Cardinals before spending the last two years in the Green Bay Championship.
Backup: T.J. Rubley (Tulsa University)
Rubley began his experience with Los Angeles Rams in 1993, but his time with Packers in 1995 was the last in the NFL.
1996: Brett and Packers Won the Super Bowl  Backup: Jim McMahon – see above
Backup: Doug Pederson (NE Louisiana)
Pederson in Philadelphia and Cleveland in 1999 and He started to compete in 2000 before he returned to Green Bay 1969004] Backup: Doug Pederson – see above
Backup: Steve Bono (UCLA)
Francisco and Kansas City. Previously he had spare experience in Minnesota and Pittsburgh, and after a Green Bay season for another two years in the championship (with the support of Rams and Carolina Panthers) even before retirement
1998: Brett 7.
Backup: Doug Pederson – see above
1999: Brett's 8th Year and the Single Season Ray Rhodes was the Headmaster
Backup: Matt Hasselbeck (Boston College)
Hasselbeck continued Seattle's Holmgren game and led Seahawk to Super Bowl to lose Pittsburgh Steelers
2000: Brett's 9th Year and Mike Sherman's First Year
Safety Save: Matt Hasselbeck – see above
2001: Brett 10th Year
Backup: Doug Pederson – see above
2002: Brett 11th Year  2003: Brett 12th Year
Backup : Doug Ped erson – see Ab
Backup: Doug Pederson – See above
Backup: Craig Nall (Northwest State)
Nall has four riders in his only action at the NFL this season. Favre continued in 2005 before releasing a last year for Buffalo.
Backup: J.T. O Sullivan (1969004) O Sullivan did not see any move at Green Bay, only two late-kneeling games, but he did not see it in 2005 or 2006 at all.
Backup: Craig Nall – see above
Backup: Aaron Rodgers (University of California)
Rodgers is the current backup for Brett
2006: Brett's 15th year and Mike McCarthy's first season at Packers
Backup: Ingle Martin
Martin played the game in the final game of the year and once unlocked the ball and kneeled.
2007: Brett 16th Year
Backup: Aaron Rodgers – see above
There's a backup of Brett Favre over the years. This is by no means definitive and focuses on quarterbacks, who were not only on the organizers but also during the season when they were in the game.
Two years ago, Favre was rescued from school in Louisiana (Favre's home state), Doug Pederson came from Northeast Louisiana and Craig Nall Northwestern State.
Packers held two different ex-BYU quarterbacks from Brett (Jim McMahon and Ty Detmer). In the forties, Brett Favre's backdrop was Doug Pederson, who performed two separate matches with the team (1996-1998 and 2001-2004).
Brett Favre was made by Falcons, only played in 1993 and trades with Packers. In 1993, Packers formed Mark Brunell, who played them sparingly, and then switched to Jacksonville Jaguars, where he had been starring for many years. He is one of the most stubborn referees the championship will never see and those guys who supported him
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