Aaron Rodgers has matched and in some ways surpassed his Hall of Fame predecessor Brett Favre with the Green Bay Packers. His abilities and leadership have earned him many fans, including a special member of his former teammate's family.
Taking to Instagram over the weekend, Favre revealed that he and his grandson Parker met up with Rodgers at a golf tournament in the Bahamas. Parker was born in 2010, while Favre was a member of the Minnesota Vikings.
Apparently, the nine-year-old Parker is a huge fans of Rodgers'.
In a photo of the three of them, Favre said that his son called the pair of Packers signal callers "my favorite QB and favorite retired QB."
The last time Brett Favre wore a Green Bay Packers uniform he was leading the team in the NFC Championship with Aaron Rodgers as his backup. Fast forward 12 years and he's long-since retired while Rodgers is a two-time MVP.
Though Rodgers is considered one of the best throwers of the football ever, there are still a few milestones that he has yet to surpass Favre in.
For starters, he needs one more MVP win just to tie Favre's mark of three. He also needs a few more playoff wins to pass Favre's mark of 12 with the Packers.
But while the debate between Favre and Rodgers as the better quarterback may rage for years, it's clear that the Hall of Famer's grandson loves them both.