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Sandmannd

The Packers QB for 2035

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Thought this was funny as heck.

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LMAO

They need aaron rodgers holding the clip board behind him!!

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Isn't that a current photo? \:\)

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Even with him at that age, should be no problem beating the Vikings! \:\)

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Holding a walker and an O2 tank he would still be able to beat the Vikings!

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Did they "morph" Terry Bradshaw's head onto Brett's face! LOL

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He would still be better then anything the bears or vikings could put out there for qb. \:Dgrin.gif

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I thought the same about the bradshaw comment. I'd probably put old Fran up against Favre at the same age and see how that goes.

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Boy that sure got around fast.

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nice photo

let me ask you this, if your one of the best QB in the league, and hold all the records, would you retire.

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Maybe he needs the $$$$$? \:D

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he is good, but he also does have the most interceptions in nfl history. vikes time will come

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ok i guess he is great not good..but he still has the most interceptions in nfl history grin.gif

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