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Brett Favre Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

Quarterback Brett Favre Trivia Questions With Answers

 

Brett Favre Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

Who is Brett Favre?
A: He is a former quarterback who spent the majority of his career with the Green Bay Packers.

What is Brett Favre’s birth name?
A: Brett Lorenzo Favre.

What date was he born on?
A: October 10, 1969.

Who did Brett Favre play for in 1991?
A: The Atlanta Falcons.

During what time period did he play for Green Bay?
A: 19922007.

When did he play for the New York Jets?
A: 2008.

He played for the Minnesota Vikings during what years?
A: 2009–2010.

 

Favre is the only quarterback in NFL history to throw for over how many yards?
A: Over 70,000.

Favre started at the quarterback position for what school for four years before being selected in 1991 NFL Draft.
A: University of Southern Mississippi.

When was Brett traded to Green Bay?
A: On February 10, 1992, for the 19th pick in the 1992 NFL Draft.

Favre became the Packers' starting quarterback in the fourth game of what season?
A: 1992.

 

He was traded to what team and started at quarterback for the 2008 season?
A: The New York Jets.

Brett then signed with the Vikings on August 18, 2009 as their what?
A: Starting quarterback.

 

He is the only player to win the AP Most Valuable Player how many consecutive times?
A: Three (1995–97).

Favre is one of only six quarterbacks to have won the award as well as what?
A: The Super Bowl in the same season.

Brett is also referred to by what nickname?
A: "The Gunslinger".

Where was Favre born?
A: In Gulfport, Mississippi.

Brett is the son of Bonita Ann and Irvin Ernest Favre, and he was raised in what small town?
A: Kiln.

Both his parents were what?
A: Schoolteachers in the Hancock County School District.

He was the second of how many children?
A: Four.

 

He attended what high school?
A: Hancock North Central High School where he played baseball and football.

Favre started for the Hancock North Central baseball team as a what?
A: An eighth-grader and earned five varsity letters.

He played quarterback, lineman, strong safety, placekicker and punter in a primarily option, run-oriented offense coached by whom?
A: His father, Irvin Favre, who was the head coach of the team.

Favre rarely threw more than how many passes in a game?
A: Five.

After high school, what school offered Favre a scholarship?
A: Southern Mississippi.

Southern Miss wanted him to play defensive back, but Favre wanted to play what?
A: Quarterback.

Favre began his freshman year as what?
A: The seventh-string quarterback.

 

He took over the starting position in the second half of the third game of the year against whom?
A:  Tulane on September 19, 1987.

Favre, despite suffering a hangover from the night before and vomiting during warm-ups, led the Golden Eagles to a what?
A: Come-from-behind victory with two touchdown passes.

Favre started ten games during his freshman year and won how many of them?
A: Six.

What kind of degree did Favre earn from the University of Southern Mississippi?
A: A teaching degree with an emphasis in special education.

Green Bay Packers general manager Ron Wolf traded a “what” for Favre after the 1991 season?
A: A first-round pick.