Ravens reserve lineman Tony Moll played 39 games with the Packers from 2006 to 2008 before arriving in Baltimore in a September trade. His first two seasons were with the iconic Favre, when Moll watched not in awe, but appreciation.
"One thing you've got to credit him for is being able to take that risk that a lot of quarterbacks won't," Moll said. "I think it's a green light that was given to him in the past that's really helped him out and has made him really successful, a guy everyone calls a gunslinger.
"With as many touchdowns as he throws, you're going to throw some interceptions. He's been able to pick apart a lot of defenses that way. It's something that is a quality for him, but in the same respect it could be a good thing for a defense if you have a really good secondary."
Giving up touchdowns or making interceptions, the Ravens won't be in awe of the gunslinger Sunday. Spurred by a losing streak, they have refocused on the task at hand.
"I think it's a cool story to tell when I'm old and I look back and say I played against Brett Favre," Foxworth said. "But right now, I think he's [just] the next quarterback."
Brett Favre vs. the Ravens
How the quarterback has fared in his three meetings with the Ravens:
Date Att. Com. Yds. TD INT Winner Score
12/19/05 29 14 144 0 2 Ravens 48-3
10/14/01 34 27 337 3 0 Packers 31-23
10/25/98 41 22 260 2 2 Packers 28-10
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