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  1. Halifax_Pats_Fan

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    #22 Jersey

    The grandfather!,he's crazy!!!:D :D


    PD:I was in holidays!!!!!
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    I feel for the fans of Green Bay.
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    Wasn't he crying after the last game? I thought he was gone for sure.
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    No, just acting the b1tch.
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    He's like that guy at a party who doesn't know when to leave.
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    When the time comes, I hope Tom Brady does not do this to the Pats. That would be painful for everyone. I would hate to see Brady struggle with letting go and play too long, beyond his glory days!

    Since it seems that Brady has decided to take Joe Montana's advice to him way back in 2003 by putting off marriage and kids until his career is over, I would assume by then Brady would be ready to settle down.

    Let's hope he doesn't put Patriots fans through that and bows out with class -class he has shown since the day he joined the team!
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    Didn't he go out and have surgery on new year's day or something? I think that was a pretty good indication.
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    I admire Favre and his spirit. In fact, I have massive respect for any pro Football player. What those guys put themselves through is just mind boggling.
    However, I hope he doesn't go on too long and do himself serious damage. I wouldn't wish that on any player. I also hope that he passes on his knowledge to Aaron Rodgers. I agree with him that Green Bay's future looks pretty good, if the younger players develop as they should.
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    Farve is a selfish stat monger trying to hang in long enough to set the record for career touchdown passes.

    He knows the Packers have no shot at glory next year.

    It's all about Brett.

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