Favre and Rodgers Present Peyton Manning With Comeback Player of the Year Award

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and ex-Falcons/Packers/Jets/Vikings QB Brett Favre buried the hatched (under the tractor?) by presenting an award together at the 2012 NFL Honors this evening. They presented Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning with Comeback Player of the Year. Tune into CBS starting at 9 PM ET to see, and keep reading if you want the specifics. Favre will be on NFL Network’s “GameDay Morning” tomorrow. Rodgers might be in a Super Bowl ad. Earlier in the night, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians won Coach of the Year for his interim performance with the Colts while Robert Griffin III won Rookie of the Year.

After four neck surgeries, an entire missed season, and being released by the team that took him #1 overall in 1998, Peyton Manning threw for 4659 yards, 37 TDs and 11 INTs, as he spearheaded an 11-game win streak Denver took into a bye leading to the second round of the postseason. This honor leads many to believe Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson will win MVP.


Favre says “Everybody likes a good comeback…”.

“Not everybody”, Rodgers responds. The audience giggles.

Rodgers says “That was awkward.”

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