Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre is hoping his young offensive line will make some progress soon, as opposed to getting hit as much as he did in last Saturday's preseason loss at San Diego. But Favre also said he doesn't want to be taken out of preseason games just to keep him out of harms way. Favre would rather continue to play because the Packers need to get their offense in gear. Favre had every reason to question the offensive line, but he showed patience, something he said he's getting much better at. Favre also expressed confidence that the line will play better as time goes by. “I hope it gets better,” Favre said. “And it will. How much better? I don't know. How quickly? I don't know. Time will tell. The effort is there, and I think that's the first thing you look at. You expect, especially as young as we are, that there will be mistakes. You just don't want to see them over and over again. So we'll see.” Favre also knows running the ball will make things a lot easier on the pass protection and said that's something they have to get going as soon as possible.
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