Brett Favre joined NFL Network's Gameday Morning on Sunday, and talked about several interesting things, of course. One in particular was about Aaron Rodgers, who took over Favre's role tremendously as the Green Bay Packers franchise quarterback.

Favre has no distaste, however, as both players are very admiring of each other's game. In fact, Rodgers was quoted not too long ago saying the Packers should retire Favre's No. 4 jersey.

Today, Favre was rumored to have Rodgers as his 2013 Fantasy Football starting quarterback. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, that rumor is true. Adding to it, Favre also has Danny Amendola as one of his receivers and claims that he's "killing" his team.

Favre also discussed the situation Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning will be going through tonight as he faces his old team, the Indianapolis Colts. Favre has beaten all 32 NFL teams and Manning has the chance to do the same. He discussed how it was like being on the Minnesota Vikings and facing the Packers.

“I think there’s an exciting anticipation, but there’s probably quite a bit of nervousness. Not that he has to prove anything to anyone, but if he ever wanted to play well, it would be in a game like this…. Sixteen years, I often … wondered what it was like as a visitor,” Favre said, via NFL.com. “And I never thought that I would ever take that walk out of the visitor’s tunnel or make that ride up from Appleton into Green Bay as a visitor. … and then I got that chance. I wanted to play as well as I’d ever played in my career. And I was always like, each play that I had success at, the next play, I was like, ‘Please don’t fail. Can this game hurry up and get over with?’ because I was just so worried that something negative would happen.”

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