Neither Mahomes nor Lamar! Brett Favre already has Tom Brady’s successor: “His time is now”

Tom Brady

After 20 years in New England, Tom brady left the Patriots for a new adventure in Tampa Bay. Brady is the winningest quarterback in history with six Super Bowl titles. And although some believe that Lamar Jackson or Patrick Mahomes can emulate the legendary quarterback, the mythical Brett favre considers that there is another quarterback in the NFL capable of becoming the new Brady.

During an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio, Brett Favre, winner of Super Bowl XXXI with Green Bay and a member of the Hall of Fame, considered that Josh allen, of the Bills, has the weapons and arguments to inherit the position of Brady in the East of the American Conference. So far, the Buffalo player has been one of the highlights in the first four weeks, with 1,326 yards and 12 touchdown passes.

His time is now and I think it will be for quite some time. Josh Allen will be the new Tom brady. At some point he will be running the division. I believe that, “explained Brett Favre, who turned 51 this Saturday. The words for Josh allen They are not from a stranger, as Favre is considered one of the best quarterbacks in history for what he did in his time with the Packers.

Favre and his praise for Josh Allen

On the other hand, Brett Favre justified his answer about Josh Allen, as he detailed the qualities of the 24-year-old quarterback, today a Buffalo reference. That boy is a tremendous talent. He can throw, he can move. For a big guy, he can really move. What we are seeing now is that he is taking it to the next level, winning games. He’s putting an exclamation point on the same game week after week, ”Favre explained.

Tom Brady’s heir

Everything seems to indicate that the East of the Americana will have a new monarch. After the goodbye of Tom brady, Josh Allen’s Bills are shaping up to dominate the sector. And in this beginning of the campaign they are confirming it. Buffalo leads with a 4-0 record, while New England is second with a 2-2 record. While the Dolphins and Jets remain below.

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