NFL: Favre to Retire

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Will Favre retire and not play this season?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  1. pyrocyz

    pyrocyz Well-Known Member

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  2. azn4cy

    azn4cy Well-Known Member

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    and so it begins...

    Favre makes LeBron look reserved and media-shy.
     
  3. MNCyGuy

    MNCyGuy Well-Known Member

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    I'll believe it when the 1st regular season game kicks off and he's not suited up. Even then, all bets are off if TJack gets injured.
     
  4. ISUChippewa

    ISUChippewa Well-Known Member

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    Color me skeptical.
     
  5. bos

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    Until tomorrow.
     
  6. pyrocyz

    pyrocyz Well-Known Member

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    Glazer just said on the radio that he may officially announce this week.

    Glazer has three independent sources as well.
     
  7. FarminCy

    FarminCy Well-Known Member

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    Cue the soap opera.

    No way is it over with.

    If it is truly over he left the vikings in a bad spot. Should have announced this along time ago so they could find another quarterback.
     
  8. CycoCyclone

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    **** him and his stupid ******* career.

    The NFL should step in if he "un-retires" again
     
  9. RayShimley

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    Oh, so it's officially "official" this time?
     
  10. azn4cy

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    If this is true, we'll see the biggest flop from a fanbase slurping a player to hating him since well, Cleveland did it.
     
  11. LonoClone

    LonoClone Active Member

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    and do what? The yearly drama maybe annoying, but what rule is he violating?
     
  12. dtclones

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    I don't buy that at all. He gave Viking fans one hell of a season, why should we hate him for that? The guy's 40. It's not like he's leaving to go somewhere else.
     
  13. ianoconnor

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    I would easily pay $100 to have the ability to never hear about Favre again.
     
  14. azn4cy

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    You may not, but I bet many will change their tune completely.
     
  15. Cyched

    Cyched Well-Known Member

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    So the Packers will take the North this year?:biggrin:
     
  16. BigDISU1

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    You're just angry cause he kicked the bears collective ***** for almost 20 consecutive years :wink:
     
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  17. azn4cy

    azn4cy Well-Known Member

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    I predict Favre gets Cyborg arms and legs and attempts a comeback in 2017.
     
  18. Cyched

    Cyched Well-Known Member

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    :notworthy:
     
  19. CycoCyclone

    CycoCyclone Well-Known Member

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    The "retire" clause, IMHO, is so that players can end their careers gracefully. Not embarrassing themselves on the field.
     
  20. Cyforce

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    Sage may have went from odd man out to a solid #2.
     

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