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  1. T-ShirtDynasty

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    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/football/nfl/03/31/bc.fbn.packers.favre.ap/index.html

    Naw, there's no arrogance there. When the hell is the GB front office gonna grow a pair? This new head coach needs to send the team a message, step up and say, "Yes, Brett, we need a decision by X or we're moving on without you." Can you see Belichick allowing himself to be jerked around like this?? :D Yeah.

    By the way, award for the dumbest article lead-in link on the CNNSI.com NFL page... the story was teased with the link : "Favre wants to play, but wants to win more" Well, duh.
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    thou shall not dis lord Favre :nono: :violent: ;)
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2006
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    I'd like him to retire after Week 1 just to f*ck up thousands of fantasy football teams...
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    Packers fans deserve better. It's shameful the way he has been holding that organization hostage for about 3 years now.
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    He's quickly turning into a turd. I saw the comments on TV when he said it. He had a smug little smirk on his face.

    I guess he's not the down to earth individual we thought he was when Ben Stiller made the infamous statement: "what about Brett Fav-ra?"
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    Surprise! Surprise!

    www.kffl.com/hotw/

    I, for one, hope Farve stays for one more year... it would make our game against them just a little easier.
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    re

    He is killing that franchise right now.

    His skills are declining, he is acting like a jackass, and he managed to cause his #1 receiver to want to leave.


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    Shhhh! Don't tell the Packer fans. It's a secret.
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    #87 Jersey

    very seldom is the backup better than the starter...in Green Bay it is and he deserves to lead his team.
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    "Favre wants to play if Pack improve."

    Someone should tell Favre that the quickest way for the Packers to improve is to dump their 30-INT/year washed up QB.
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    Atlanta has that problem also.
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    Nope. BB learned that lesson from Lawyer Milloy.
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    Lets get one thing straight, Brett was good but never great, Period!

    To you Bratt, you will make the HALL, I think, so leave, NOW, before you make more of us not really care, ok? :mad:
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    Obviously you missed Craig Nall being signed by the Jills, because you couldn't possibly be talking about Aaron Rogers, could you?
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    "The deadline has been extended to April 15, and it could be pushed back yet again. The bonus deadline was originally extended by a week to March 20 and then to April 1."

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2392258

    They are completely immasculating themselves over Favre.

    This is my favorite.......

    "Last season, expectations were high and it was a bad situation," Favre told the Sun Herald in Gulfport, Miss., of the team's 4-12 season, his only losing one in Green Bay. "If we can't compete at a high level, I can walk away and my legacy will speak for itself."

    I have been a big supporter of Favre, I thought he played the game hard and made good things happen. One of the few non-Patriots I actually liked watching play just as a player. That beng said he needs to understand how much HE is responsible for that record as he may be a ticket draw but he is a liability for the team on the field now...legacy? He's hurting it as now it is flat out yelling at him to retire.

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