With Peyton Manning getting closer and closer to breaking Brett Favre's all time passing touchdown record, a record he will likely surpass against the 49ers this week, the inevitable question of who is the better quarterback is starting to come up more and more frequently. What makes this debate so difficult is the two vastly different eras in which each player played his prime. Manning has spent his entire career in an increasingly pass friendly league, defenders have been handcuffed, quarterbacks protected to the point of it becoming extreme, and the passing game has been heavily emphasized by the league for the duration of Manning's career. Favre on the other hand played in a much more difficult for quarterbacks and wide receivers, pass interference was pretty much unheard of, holding was all but ignored, and quarterbacks were just as vulnerable to a big hit as any other player on the field. Favre does have far more turnovers over his career than Manning however, but this can be attributed to the very real threat of harm coming at Favre on each and every down. Now I know I'm asking Green Bay fans, but objectively who do you think is the better QB? Leave us your thoughts in the comments below.