Brett Favre may have suited up for the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets, but none of those teams were his ultimate dream. While discussing his career, memories and childhood with the voice of the Dallas Cowboys, Brad Sham, he admitted that even though he grew up in Mississippi, the unsuccessful seasons by the New Orleans Saints made him turn into a Cowboys fan.
“I grew up a Dallas Cowboys fan. I loved Roger Staubach,” he said. “That was back when teams kept the same players on the roster for a long time. Drew Pearson, Randy White, Charlie Waters, Danny White, Robert Newhouse, Tony Dorsett, Billy Joe DuPree, I could go just on and on. I always dreamed of playing for the Cowboys, playing in the Super Bowl.”
Now, just throwing out a hypothetical here. Could you imagine how the 'Boys would've fared in the '90s if Favre were playing in Dallas instead of Troy Aikman?
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[via Dallas Morning News]