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  1. Patspsycho

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    Following exchange took place in the post-game press conference.

    Favre: "I guess I have to go home and re-evaluate.."

    Reporter: "What are you going to re-evaluate?"

    Favre: "I have no idea."
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    :rofl: .... also the reason why he chose to play this year I am sure.
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    He so wants to take his ball and go home and not finish out the season. He has to find an out without looking like a quitter though. The guy is the ultimate diva.
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    It sounds like he's finally learned how to quit. We should only be so lucky.
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    Yup. Man should have retired after Green Bay. At least he could have left the game with dignity. Now, he's like a junkie looking for one more fix.......
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    Favre face from today's game

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    In just three short games, Randy Moss taught Brett Favre how to quit. :D
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    Brett should have quit while he was ahead. Now instead of ending on a good note, he's ending on a terrible note.
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    Don't cry for me Brett Favre. The truth is I never left you. All through my wild days, my mad existence, I kept my promise. Don't keep your distance. :rolleyes:
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    I think the Vikings are laying down so they can get their coach fired.
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    I think this but i also think Wilf won't do it just for spite because they are paid to play.
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    Oh brother.

    Well, Brett, you brought this on yourself. So deal with it.
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    If Childress is still wearing a headpiece on the sidelines in the next Minnesota game,Wilf should fire himself and sell the team.
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    For me one of the big highlights this season so far has been watching Brett Favre truly expose ;) himself to the entire world. Favre has been a selfish, self absorbed diva for many years. Couldn't ask for a more fitting end to his highly overrated career.
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    And they are going to get Bill Parcels who is going to rip them a new one..
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    I see what you did there. :mad:
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    Nobody is playing to get their coach fired they are playing for their job...
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    Brett's ideal post football career will be running one of those new high tech TSA body scanners
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    I'm loving every minute of this. I can't stand this guy. I just pray to God when he finally does hang it up he doesn't get on TV, or at least gets on the Fox pregame show which I never watch.
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