Brett Favre isn't freaking out about the GB Packers QB situation just yet -- telling everyone why they should hold off on pressing the "panic button" ... at least for now!
Favre's speaking his mind on everything from Aaron Rodgers missing mandatory mini-camp to how the coaching staff should prepare the offense with Jordan Love at the helm.
"It's not the first time someone's missed a mini-camp or an OTA," Brett said on "Bolling with Favre" on PodcastOne.
Favre says he has no idea how the Rodgers situation will play out -- but implores the Packers to start preparing as if Love will be the guy.
What that means is the coaches need to figure out a Plan B offense custom fit for Jordan Love -- and they need to figure it out fast.
"Now, you're really kinda studying what Jordan does best, what he does similar to Aaron, how that relates to how I call the game in the future," Favre said.
#Packers QB Jordan Love getting some work in at voluntary OTAs pic.twitter.com/VTfvkpKyAI— Baillie Burmaster (@bayburmTV) June 15, 2021
#Packers QB Jordan Love getting some work in at voluntary OTAs pic.twitter.com/VTfvkpKyAI
"Do I do certain formations and plays that Aaron ran well because Jordan seems to run these well, or is he a totally different quarterback?"
"That's a question that they gotta answer and answer very quickly."
As for that "panic button" -- Brett says hold off on pushing it until they know whether or not Aaron will report to training camp this month.