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Old 12-30-2008, 11:31 PM
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Originally Posted by TSR6 View Post
Actually, There is...

With only a few games left in the regular season, I had read a quote where brett had said something to the effect that "this may be the last 2-3 games of my career. I don't know"
That doesnt sound like a announcement for retirement to me.. It could be a rookies last year too, who knows.. Thats just how sports go. I think you know as well as I do he'll be back next year. And yes, Im sure there will be the same soap opera there was last year as well, but I think it will be made more by the media this year than him.
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Originally Posted by jag5508 View Post
It looked like he has been retired for the last 3 weeks .

The only thing funnier than his retirement is Mangini getting canned .
He didm't deserve to get fired

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same crud last year, detroit will probably pick him up lol freakin tards.
It's about time he quits for cying out loud man, just go on the nutra slim commercials with marino and call it a day.
The Lions won't get Favre, They'll probably get Bradford with that #1 draft pick
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He turned down like 10 Million from GB to not play for anyone before this season but wanted to play for Jets because he loves the game. This is coming from a Bears fan, he is what the NFL is lacking anymore. Players who play for the love of the game not their own selfish me me me attitudes..... ahem TO
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hasn't he reitired like 5 times by now ?

just hasn't gotten it right yet

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He turned down like 10 Million from GB to not play for anyone before this season but wanted to play for Jets because he loves the game. This is coming from a Bears fan, he is what the NFL is lacking anymore. Players who play for the love of the game not their own selfish me me me attitudes..... ahem TO
He turned down 10 million because he made more than that with the jets this year not about the money what planet you on .
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hasn't he reitired like 5 times by now ?

just hasn't gotten it right yet
Hes one of the best Qb's in the NFL and one of the greatest of all time. Looks like he has gotten it right to me. Dudes not even in his prime anymore, and is STILL one of the best. Whats that tell ya?
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Hes one of the best Qb's in the NFL and one of the greatest of all time. Looks like he has gotten it right to me. Dudes not even in his prime anymore, and is STILL one of the best. Whats that tell ya?
That tells me he is still not better than Joe Montana.......
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Originally Posted by 4u2nv View Post
Hes one of the best Qb's in the NFL and one of the greatest of all time. Looks like he has gotten it right to me. Dudes not even in his prime anymore, and is STILL one of the best. Whats that tell ya?
When was the last time one of the teams he quarterbacked make the League Championship game or the Super Bowl? Have you honestly checked out his stats this year, or is it just a case of blind obsession and manlove?
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That tells me he is still not better than Joe Montana.......
Yeah, everyone knows Favre's won 4 Super Bowls .








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Hes one of the best Qb's in the NFL and one of the greatest of all time. Looks like he has gotten it right to me. Dudes not even in his prime anymore, and is STILL one of the best. Whats that tell ya?
He used to be one of the best he is playing beyond his expiration date he is going to be one of those athletes that won't let it go and play 3 or 4 years longer than they should have . And everyone will remember him for his last few years and not his prime .
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I agree 110% he should have retired when he 1st said he was going to but there is no denying he is STILL one of the best Qb's in the game. Anyone denying that is just a moron. I also agree that he's a drama queen but I could give two shits what he does OFF the football field. I think anyone that worries or even pays attention to what he does off the field needs to go find something to do.
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WAS one of the best.
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WAS one of the best.
Besides the mannings and brady, who else would you say is better? Your BF Romo the homo?? I doubt it. Even at 40 years old, he's still one of the best.

WFO by the posts you make, not just in this thread, I can already tell your not a bright fella and are a E-Thugger. Do you get out much?
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Yeah, everyone knows Favre's won 4 Super Bowls .









Yeah...... but check out these Montana stats:

8x Pro Bowl selection (1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1993)

3x First-Team All-Pro selection (1987, 1989, 1990)

4x Super Bowl champion (XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV)

3x Super Bowl MVP (1981, 1984, 1989)

2x AP NFL MVP (1989, 1990)

1989 NFL Offensive Player of the Year

1986 NFL Comeback Player of the Year

......And he never whined about it......

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Originally Posted by 4u2nv View Post
Besides the mannings and brady, who else would you say is better? Your BF Romo the homo?? I doubt it. Even at 40 years old, he's still one of the best.

WFO by the posts you make, not just in this thread, I can already tell your not a bright fella and are a E-Thugger. Do you get out much?
Other than last year when he apparently got very lucky in a system he knew like the back of his hand, what's he actually done lately?
Have you even checked ANY of his stats, most of which leave him midpack at best?
Just because you have some kind of manlove obsession with ol' #4 doesn't mean he's the shitz or still has it.

4u2nv by the posts you make, not just in this thread, I can already tell you're (btw-that's how to spell that word) lucky if you finished high school and haven't gotten any in quite some time. Don't you still live with your mom?

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Originally Posted by 4u2nv View Post
That doesnt sound like a announcement for retirement to me.. It could be a rookies last year too, who knows.. Thats just how sports go. I think you know as well as I do he'll be back next year. And yes, Im sure there will be the same soap opera there was last year as well, but I think it will be made more by the media this year than him.
No, it wasn't. It's just the same old song and dance though.

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Hes one of the best Qb's in the NFL and one of the greatest of all time. Looks like he has gotten it right to me. Dudes not even in his prime anymore, and is STILL one of the best. Whats that tell ya?
Was one of the best. He's "OK" now a days. Shoot, even Rodgers was rated better than him.

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He used to be one of the best he is playing beyond his expiration date he is going to be one of those athletes that won't let it go and play 3 or 4 years longer than they should have . And everyone will remember him for his last few years and not his prime .

Exactly. Thats why I wish he would have retired when he originally stated he would. Playing this year only stained his & the Packer's legacy together.
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