Adrian Peterson is the league's leading rusher with 357 yards on the ground through Week 3.
(Jim Mone / Associated Press)
The Packers have won five of six to take a 49-46-1 overall series lead, including the playoffs.
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Favre facing his old teammates: This is the game Favre has been waiting for since leaving Green Bay. It took him a year, but Favre finally gets to go up against the Packers on the field. He's played relatively mistake-free football through three games, but that could change if he tries to do to much.
Student vs. mentor: As much as Favre wants to burn the Packers, Rodgers will get a chance to show he's the better quarterback at this point. Rodgers was Favre's backup for three years, but has emerged as the new face of the franchise in Green Bay. He's played well so far this season with four touchdowns and no interceptions.
Adrian Peterson stealing the show: As much as the two quarterbacks will be talked about before the game, the outcome could be determined by the play of the league's leading rusher. Peterson is averaging 6.1 yards per carry and already has four rushing touchdowns, numbers which could improve against Green Bay's 23rd ranked rush defense.
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