Don't Bet Against Favre
Yes he is the nephew of Brett, yes he plays the same position, but BleedTechBlue.com found out he is his own man. When asked about the Favre name, Dylan was quick to point out that it helps and hurts. "Brett has helped me," expanined Favre, "but the most important thing he ever told me was that there are 10 other guys in the huddle that need to know I have their back." People expect alot because of the name and Dylan doesn't dissapoint. Dylan set the record for touchdown passes in a single season with 45 during his junior year. He may be a bit undersized at 5'10" but his toughness make up for lack of size. "Size is overrated," added Favre. "I have a strong work ethic and I want to make plays. I want the ball during crunchtime." Most feel Dylan will follow in his Uncle's footsteps at Southern Mississippi. Whereever he goes, history has taught me not to bet against him.
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