Brett Favre Is Comparing Titans Star Derrick Henry To Hall Of Fame WR
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While on SiriusXM NFL Radio this week, Packers legend Brett Favre compared Titans RB Derrick Henry's domination to that of Hall of Fame WR Randy Moss. Hmm...okay...
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“I watch Derrick, and he reminds me so much – and this is kind of an odd comparison – but he reminds me a lot of Randy Moss, and how he controlled the game,” Favre said. “The only person that would stop Randy Moss would be Randy Moss. We double-covered him, we triple-covered him, and yet he still made the plays. You put nine guys in the box [vs. the Titans], and it doesn’t matter.”

“A big comparison to me is they both look like they’re barely running, but they are pulling away from people. I am like, ‘Why doesn’t Derrick show a little pizzazz? And then he runs for 76 yards, and no one can catch him. I am like, ‘My goodness, this guy is incredible.’ When you know someone is going to get the ball, either passing or running, and you can’t stop him, that is when you know you’re pretty good.”
(The Spun)
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Fav-re is right about one thing for sure, they are and were BEAST when the ball is in play to them. Unstoppable! Randy has 'You've been Moss'd'. Derrick will have... ah, something like, "You've been Henry'd" -- meaning you'll been trucked, or outrun by a tank. Fun to watch both!
Reply2 months
LF7 was better in college.
Reply2 months
I wish he was but he wasn’t.
2 months
LOL ?? you are awesome! Thanks for that.
2 months
When all is said and done King Henry should go down as the GOAT RB and that is said putting aside my Bama fandom! He is unstoppable at times!
Reply2 months
Nah
2 months
If you take what he did in HS, Bama and now NFL it’s pretty incredible.
2 months
Pump the brakes…long way to go before he can be considered the GOAT. He’s technically not even a lock for Canton yet
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