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Michael Vick
Michael Vick is a quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons NFL franchise. Vick played college football for Virginia Tech and as a red-shirted freshman led the Hokies to the 2000 Bowl Championship Series national title game in the Nokia Sugar Bowl against Florida State University. In 2001, the Atlanta Falcons selected him as the 1st overall pick in the NFL College Draft. On January 4, 2003, the Atlanta Falcons led by Michael Vick stunned the Green Bay Packers by breaking the undefeated streak for the Packers at Lambeau Field in the playoffs. EA Sports chose Michael Vick to be on the cover for their popular Madden NFL 2004 football video game. During a 2003 pre-season game between the Baltimore Ravens, Michael Vick fractured his right fibula and missed most of the 2003 NFL season. Upon his return, the Falcons beat the Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Bucs, and Jacksonville Jaguars, going 3-1.

Kurt Warner
Kurt Warner was the backup quarterback for the St. Louis Rams during the pre-season of the 1999-2000 season. When the top quarterback, Trent Green, was injured in the preseason, Kurt Warner took over as quarterback. The accurate-throwing Warner, running back Marshall Faulk, wide receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt were part of the high-scoring offense nicknamed "the Greatest Show on Turf." In the NFL Playoffs, Warner led the St. Louis Rams to a Super Bowl IV championship against the Tennessee Titans. He threw for a record 414 passing yards that game. He was Super Bowl MVP in 1999, becoming one of the select few to win both the MVP award and Super Bowl MVP in the same year. The others are Bart Starr in 1966, Terry Bradshaw in 1978, Joe Montana in 1989, Emmitt Smith in 1993, Steve Young in 1994.

Warner broke his hand and missed the middle of the 2000 campaign, but Trent Green was able to step in and the Warner/Green duo led the Rams to the highest team passing yard total in NFL history, with 5,232 net yards. Due to a very poor defensive unit, the Rams were eliminated from the playoffs. Nine of the eleven defensive starters would be cut during the offseason. The Warner-led "Greatest Show on Turf" returned the Rams to the Super Bowl in 2002, losing to the New England Patriots on a last second Adam Vinatieri field goal. For the second time, he was named the league's Most Valuable Player. Warner and Green's combined gross passing yard total was 5,492, which if held by only one, would easily surpass 5,084 yards, the single-season record set by Dan Marino.

After two injury-riddled seasons in 2002 and 2003, during which Marc Bulger established himself as the Rams' starter, the Rams released Warner for salary cap reasons on June 1, 2004. Two days later, he signed a two-year deal to be the quarterback for the New York Giants. Ironically, it was largely Warner's performance against the Giants in the 2003 season opener, in which he lost much of his credibility by fumbling 6 times, one shy of an NFL record. Warner is currently the Giants starting quarterback, but waiting in the wings is the most-hyped draft pick of 2004, rookie Eli Manning. Warner is still the NFL's all-time leader in passer rating and completion percentage.

Brett Favre
Favre has started every Green Bay Packers game after September 20, 1992, when he was summoned in to replace an injured Don Majkowski during game 2 of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals. He holds the longest consecutive starts streak for quarterbacks in NFL history, a number that continues to grow despite numerous injuries, including a broken thumb on his right (throwing) hand that he played with for all of 2003. Favre has won the National Football League's Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award a record three times, all in consecutive years (1995-1997; the last was shared with Barry Sanders).

During that time, while being treated for various injuries, Favre developed an addiction to Vicodin. He went public with his problem in May, 1996, and immediately sought rehabilitation after a press conference admitting his problem. He remained in rehab for 46 days. Shortly thereafter, he led the Packers to their greatest season in thirty years; the Packers won the Vince Lombardi Trophy and Super Bowl XXXI against the New England Patriots at the end of the 1996 season. The Packers, led by Favre, fought their way to a second Super Bowl in the 1997 season, losing to the Denver Broncos.

One of the defining moments of Favre's career took place on December 22, 2003, in a Monday-night game against the Oakland Raiders. The day before, his father, who had been his high school coach and lifelong mentor, died. Where most players would have taken the week off, Favre elected instead to play. He passed for 4 TDs in the first half, and 399 yards in the game. He was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week. He then went to his father's funeral in Pass Christian, Mississippi and returned in time to lead the Packers to a 2003 NFC North title with a win over the Denver Broncos. Brett Favre is still the starting quarterback for the Packers, although in his fourteenth season, rumors are beginning to surface about when he will retire.

Randy Moss
In 1998, Moss helped the Vikings to become the number one ranked offense for that season. They finished with a 15-1 winning record and poised to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. However during the NFC Championship Game, the Atlanta Falcons stunned the Vikings by winning the game, 30-27 in overtime. In the end of the 1998 regular season, Moss was named a Pro Bowl starter and NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year for his rookie record 17 Touchdown receptions and the third highest receiving yard total of 1998. During the 2003 regular season he became the first wide receiver in history to play more than 12 games while averaging over 100 yards and one touchdown per contest. He finished with 111 catches for 1632 yards and 17 touchdowns. All three of the numbers either tied or became a new personal best.


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