Tonight, the eight individuals were elected into the NFL Hall of Fame. Among them, with little surprise, was former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre.

According to the Dallas Morning News‘ Rick Gosselin, the Hall of Fame voters discussed Favre for six whole seconds, as Green Bay Gazette’s Pete Dougherty apparently presented Favre’s candidacy by simply saying “Brett Favre.”

To compare, former Packers linebacker coach Kevin Greene was discussed for 27 minutes, which is in the middle of the pack. Former offensive guard Alan Faneca was the second shortest debate at 8:49.

Joining Favre and Greene in the Hall of Fame are Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, Dick Stanfel, Ken Stabler, and Eddie DeBartolo.