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    Brett Favre

    Is it just me or anyone else think he should just disappear quietly. FOREVER!

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    Yeah, he's a piker.

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    I'm glad he's coming back. The constant changing of mind is a little annoying, but I still think he can play and if I was a Vikings fan, I would be pretty happy. Hopefully he won't have to throw as much now that he's got Adrian Peterson.

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    Who's Brett Farve
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    I think he's a better actor that an athlete, he can cry on Q

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    I guess whatever floats his boat. I don't like to see athletes who stay on past their prime.I have respect for players who go out on top.Barry Sanders is one,though I didn't like how he done it.If he didn't retire when he did,Emmett Smith would still be playing trying to break the record.

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    I admire him for all he did in Green Bay, I just wish he would stick to his decisions.
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    I just heard on Yahoo and Fox that he's signed with... Minnesota

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    Yep. Of all the teams to sign with...He might as well have signed with the Bears...oh wait, they got Cutler.
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    Brett Favre was always fun to watch. He has real fun playing the game and thats why he is still around. Imagine that being all you do for your life and then an injury makes you question your career. There are just certain people that love doing what they do and once they arent doing it anymore they arent happy. I think thats why he came out of a "retirement" twice now. He loves the game too much.

    I am a favre fan but i respect the decision the packers made. Rodgers was looking good last season and i am looking forward to what he is capable of this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slug1 View Post
    Who's Brett Farve
    Ah, he's got jokes
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    Well comming from a minnesotian I will hope he has the bullet, it all depends on his arm if he has then were going to play offs no problem probly 12-4 record if he has the arm... if he lobs it and gives the ball away buh bye vikings but we got good back ups if he is starter witch i hope he is so we can bench him asap cause childress loves to bench.

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    I think he should retire completely and be ushered into the hall of fame in good standing. More football will just show that he is a mere human and that as we age our skills diminish.


    Or he could make the comeback of the century.

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    On an infinitely smaller scale, I believe I know what he's going through.


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