The statistics back up a couple of things.
1). The Green Bay Packers are currently the league leader in passing yardage per game average.
2). There have been 4 primary targets in Favre's passing game.
3). Favre has used 13 targets this year. He is spreading the ball around.
You're used to a WR1 getting the vast majority of the looks. Or in some cases, a WR1a and WR1b getting a split. In Green Bay's league leading passing yardage offense, there are 4 guys with reasonably close yardage. That's called spreading the ball around. That's called making plays. You have no credibility, the moment you act like Driver isn't a top WR threat.
What is your explanation for the fact that Favre leads the league in yards, and yet none of the Packers are in the top 10 in receiving yards? They suck? They're average? In order for that statistic to exist, the wide outs have to make those catches. They're making all the right plays, the team is 9-1, they're getting all the yardage, but it's not all going to one guy. Figure it out.