Discussion in 'Visiting Locker Room' started by stinkypete, May 8, 2009.
Thanks for letting me get that off my chest
Didn't last long did it if its true. It has to be arecord even for Farve.
Sadly I think he could leave the game just not the attention.
Brett Says No I will never quit. Im going to play my way till the end of time
The only good news is that he's running out of excuses why he needs to still play...
Two years ago it was to break the last of the QB career stats.
Last year it was to show that he can still play the game at a top level.
This year it will be to show up the Green Bay Packers for trading him.
Next year he doesn't have an excuse anymore, it will be all ego and arrogance.
The way i see it is that if there is somebody willing to pay/play him then im all for it.
Wouldn't you do the same? I know i would. He hasn't "run out of excuses", if somebody wants him to start for them then he should go for it.
Plus, it would be funny to see him ruin another teams chances of the playoffs.
Heh, it's always been all ego and arrogance. Those excuses were more or less made by the media for him.
I wouldn't be surprised that the media will keep making excuses for him past this year too.
He's having surgery on his throwing arm...and the media is still of the belief that it's a sign that he's coming back...
Report: Surgery for Favre expected this week | greenbaypressgazette.com | Green Bay Press-Gazette
That's fine, as long as he drops the charade of "retiring." But, he seems intent on playing that card. If I was a Packers diehard I'd be pissed. Could you imagine Brady playing for the Green Beans?
I think I might actually like to see Favre join the Vikings this season. Mike Florio has already stated that Minnesota has "perhaps the greatest collection of offensive talent in NFL history" (something very close to that quote), and I'd love to see Favre go in there and mess it all up - after the media had fawned over him one last time.
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