Brett Favre thinks Aaron Rodgers has done just about everything he could to win a second Super Bowl, but the former Green Bay Packers quarterback thinks the current one still has plenty of time left to do so. Like Favre, Rodgers has won just one title -- and it has been more than six years since it happened. Favre went to a second Super Bowl but lost, and Rodgers hasn't been back despite eight straight playoff appearances. "Obviously, Aaron has carried the team for a long time; that's not going to change," Favre said. "That in itself is not enough -- at least it hasn't been, and it's been pretty good. As good as he is, I would've thought they would've won more than one by now. But I don't know if he can do anything else other than what he's done up to this point. It always seems like one piece of the puzzle is missing. "You don't know what that is until you get it, like a Reggie White. You go, 'Oh, that's what we needed.' It remains to be seen what that is, whether it's a draft pick, a free agent, letting someone go, a coaching change -- I don't know." Favre spoke Wednesday before he received the Distinguished Service Award at the Lee Remmel Banquet (an event named for the Packers' late public relations director), and had nothing but praise for the quarterback who replaced him in Green Bay in 2008. He also said he thinks this could be Rodgers' year.