NFL: Favre Says this will be his last season

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  1. GeronimusClone

    GeronimusClone Well-Known Member

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    Well, if Brett says so, I have no reason not to believe him.
     
  2. gocubs2118

    gocubs2118 Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm, I think I've heard this before.
     
  3. Neckbeard

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    It's been a rocky ride this year. For the first time he has to wonder whether anyone will want him.
     
  4. jdoggivjc

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    Meh - he's been saying that for the last 3 years.

    That being said, I tend to believe him this time. By all appearances he didn't even want to come back this season and had to be talked into it. And he's been playing the walking wounded all season.
     
  5. Clonefan32

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    I see no reason why I shouldn't believe him...
     
  6. CycloneErik

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    Holy familiar story, Batman!

    If I were him, retired looks good right now.
     
  7. Cydkar

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    I'm waiting for the Brett Favre musical starring...Brett Favre. It will be called Drama Queen Warrior.
     
  8. jaretac

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    :biglaugh: sure
     
  9. Clones21

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    I believe him. His body just cant take it anymore guys. I really do believe him this time. Hes done. With all these stuff going on about Jenn Sterger and all these injuries he has gotten. This will be it.
     
  10. edr247

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    I'm actually believing a little bit more than I did in the past. He's been injured all season, he's playing under a coach he (and the others don't like), the shot at another dream season is all but gone, and he has the issues coming up with the whole sexting thing.

    If he does come back and play, I'll be surprised if it's for the Vikings.
     
  11. jtd9046

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    Lost in that interview is Favre's answer to the Superbowl question.

    His response tells me enough that the Vikings are done this year.
     
  12. 3TrueFans

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    This season must be going bad, he's already thinking about how much he hates training camp.
     
  13. RoseClone

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  14. Tornado man

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    Seeing as how Jenn Sterger met with the NFL for three hours yesterday, I'd say Favre has more immediate things to worry about.
     
  15. capitalcityguy

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    Say what you want, be he has never commented on this topic this early in any season. It is clearly his last year. Dude is beaten up and still has 1/2 a season to go.

    For the doubters, let's not forget he just threw for a career high 459 yards last Sunday….on a broken ankle…and his best receiver was still inactive . He had his BEST year statistically last year. The guy is a stud…even though he might have zipper control issues.

    Put away our biases and take a moment to stop and honestly analyze what this guy has done the last couple years after GB decided he was done. We will probably never see a QB again in our lifetimes with this durablity.
     
  16. capitalcityguy

    capitalcityguy Well-Known Member

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    #17 capitalcityguy, Nov 12, 2010
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    Considering that every time (given a sexy matchup/opponent) the Vikes with Favre are on national TV and they continue to set rating's marks, I don't think he is really that concerned the NFL is going to make him sit.
     
  17. CyJack13

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    Somebody's got a crush on Brett.
     
  18. capitalcityguy

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    I guess IMO anyone with any decent amount of NFL knowledge (and is able to honestly put personal team affiliation's aside) should be able to appreciate what this guy is still doing at his age…with is injuries...
     
  19. Tornado man

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    Is that what you call it? Married man with kids? I admit he's lucky he has a door-mat wife who says "her faith" will get her through this.
    Heaven forbid that your sister would marry a cheating husband like Favre. Would you also counsel her to calm down, that the guy just has "zipper control issues?"
     

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