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Packers Fans Praying for Favre to retire?

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  1. groundgame

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    This could get ugly. Though the body language from Favre hints he may be back, you have to believe the unspoken wish for Packers fans and the team's top brass would be for Brett to wave goodby with a classy exit after next week's game.
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    #12 Jersey

    well, maybe the management. but i think the fans adore him and want him to stay, no matter how bad he does
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    And, of course, some NFL players . . .

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    Packer fans and all fans of the NFL...Dear God, please let him retire. I can not take this national TV broadcasts of Farve Mania...PLEASE make it stop...PLEASE for the love of God, Mary and her baby Jesus!
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    OF COURSE.

    If you are the Minnesota, Detroit, and Chicago cornerbacks, you would be BEGGING Favre to come back.

    The guy is an INT-machine.

    As a cornerback, playing against Favre is an excellent opportunity to pad your INT statistic.

    Not only that, with Favre, that is a sure 2 W's against Green Bay.

    So of course, you would be stupid not to wish Favre to return.

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    Have always been a huge Brett Favre fan, but he now seems to be shell of himself, think now he has something like 28 interceptions this year. Hopefully someone can talk to him about going back to the bayou next year.
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    Watching the game it seemed to me that he lost alot of zip on his ball. He used to hum it right in there. Now he looks like Chad Pennington. Just retire Brett.
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    #75 Jersey

    Most overrated player in the history of the National Football League.

    CBS actually had a program on yesterday called "Favre Forever".
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    I too have thought he was way over-rated.
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    Well

    I don't think he is overated---but that's me. The guy has had to put up with just a terrible team this year with a revolving door at tailback (like 6 by now) He has forced a lot of stuff because of this and there's the reason for hit int's. Plus the wideout's (the ones they still have) don't seem to "want it" anymore. I remember they would go after balls in the air and now they just wait for them.

    Farve should retire not becuase he lost it, but becuase the packers are not going to be any good for a few years! He could always come back and playb QB for the bears next year :D
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