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Holding His Own
Peter King
October 11, 1999
If Brett Favre, who turns 30 on Sunday, is as good after that milestone birthday as he was in the 116 games he played in his 20s, he'll have had one of the best careers of any quarterback in NFL history. Here's how Favre's numbers, in mid-career, compare with those of three sure Hall of Fame signal-callers—Troy Aikman, John Elway and Dan Marino—when each of them hit the big three-oh.
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October 11, 1999

Holding His Own

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If Brett Favre, who turns 30 on Sunday, is as good after that milestone birthday as he was in the 116 games he played in his 20s, he'll have had one of the best careers of any quarterback in NFL history. Here's how Favre's numbers, in mid-career, compare with those of three sure Hall of Fame signal-callers—Troy Aikman, John Elway and Dan Marino—when each of them hit the big three-oh.

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