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ESPN - New York Jets Brett Favre talks about arm, next season
Hopefully he sucks it up.
he just wants the dolphins to think he wont throw the deep ball.
Already laying the groundwork for excusing a lousy performance on
Sunday. The Jags, as poor as their chances are, offer us more hope than this pathetic outfit.
Exactly what I was thinking. I can already hear the media, "That's his 3rd interception tonight, but he's just trying to make a play, and he's doing it with a hurt arm! This guy has guts!"
Typical attention whore Favre looking for sympathy.
Yeah we get it Brett, you're so courageous... You're arm is damn near about to fall off and you're still going to gut it out like a warrior. This is how they did it back in the day, and you should be commemorated for this. You're old, we get it.
I've noticed Brett hasn't had the usual zip on those interceptions.
Meanwhile, Pennington with no arm strength has taken a worse team to the brink of the playoffs.
But not this week.
Go Brett, you whining attention ho. Squish those Fish.
You forgot ..."But he's having fun, he looks like a kid out there"
LOL... damn it sucks to have to cheer for NoodleArm II.
I'll be really pissed off if it turns out I've been sporting this stupid sig for nothing....
We all appreciate your dedication.
Hey, I haven't been around much but, welcome back. You were among the missing for a while.
Patriots players don't tell the media what the weather is like outside, never mind giving out any comments of real value. Favre takes the time to actually answer the media's questions. While I think Favre sometimes is a bit too free with information, I'd much rather deal with his press conferences that those of the Stepford Patriots. I personally don't immediately equate answering a question by talking about a possible injury with whining. That's why I much prefer listening to WEEI interviews with Wilfork, Seymour and Warren than post game press conferences. Warren's not going to call Mangina "Fredo" in a press conference, but he did it during one of the interviews.
But, that's just my personal take. Far more importantly....
J*E*T*S JETS! JETS! JETS!
Thanks man. Yeah, life got seriously complicated for a while there.
But more importantly... GO Brett!!! Go Jets!!!!
(I hope to never have to type those words again)
Really you should be rooting for the Dolphins to fail instead of the Jets succeeding. Green does not look good on you
We will be definetely be back at the top with no problem for next season. Jets are done, their franchise is going nowhere. The Bills have proven they sucked since they came into the league. Miami, meh, they might have gotten lucky this year, but come next year, with Brady back at QB, noone in our division will be able to beat us
That is why this guy is one of the biggest chokers when it comes to the big games......He crumbles/folds like a chair whenever hight pressure games arise......Expect him to go into fetal position sucking his thumb again this year! (2002 watching him lay down against the Jests is still fresh in my mind as well....)
It's going to rain on Sunday so you can forget the long ball. The weather is playing right into the Dolphins hands, dink and dunk with a good run game. Hopefully the Jets can get ahead early, and Farve not have to throw deep to his midgets.
Lord Favre this week is playing his NFL record 6th last career regular season game. He's not going to stop until he reaches double digits.
He's done and so are the jest. This decision will haunt them for a long time
It might actually be worth seeing the Pats locked out just to savor the (presumptive ) fork-sticking of his career...
The ultimate example of 'taking one for the team'. I shall be forever in awe of your noble sacrifice. :youtheman:
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