Brett Favre

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3 TD passes away from 500. Favre is simply phenomenal!

Something like that will be commemorated and there will be memorabilia and trading cards.
 

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Question to ponder; If Favre plays well in the Super Bowl and the Vikings win, does he ride off into the sunset on top of the world or does he come back to a very talented Vikings team that could repeat. I suspect Favre himself doesn't even know the answer to that question. Does he come back for the stats like the 500 Td passes Deadlift posted above?Edited by: guest301
 

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whiteathlete33 said:
I think whether or not the Vikings win the Super Bowl he will be back next season.

I agree, at this point I think he is going to start going for records. Bret has always seemed like the type to me that as long as he can physically go out and play the game like he wants, he will. I say why not?
 

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I really believe he will win the Super Bowl.The Vikings are getting hot at the right time and have gone away from " just get the ball to Peterson", while allowing Favre to throw against piss poor, black secondaries throughout the league. The stars are aligned and it's Brett's time to shine.

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Most pro football players leave the game only when they are forced to. Rarely does a player walk away when he can still play. Favre has "retired" twice and came back both times. He will stay until he is released and nobody picks him up.
 

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Some news on Favre and his offseason. He has an ankle injury that he suffered in the NFC Championship Game that would need to be scoped out before he can play. Since I think that he's going to come back, I think he'll get it done:




EDEN PRAIRIE, Minnesota (AP)â€"Brett Favre(notes) is telling ESPN he needs surgery on his left ankle to play another season for the Minnesota Vikings.


ESPN reported Friday that Favre is deciding whether to have the procedure or retire after 19 seasons.
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The 40-year-old quarterback told the network in an e-mail the "sense of belonging"Â￾ he enjoyed with the Vikings last year makes the decision difficult. Otherwise, he says, it would be easy to quit.


Favre says the injury he suffered three months ago in the NFC championship game still causes swelling and pain and that an operation is unavoidable.


Favre's agent Bus Cook didn't immediately return messages left by The Associated Press.


Vikings coach Brad Childress is expected to talk with reporters after the team's rookie minicamp later Friday.
 

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I hope he comes back for one- or even better- two more years. He showed he still has it last year. If not for that bad interference call, the 12 men on the field penalty and Favre's injury- I think the Vikes win that game and go to the Superbowl. Favre had an opportunity to run and pick up yards- for a long field goal- right near the end of regulation, but he hesitated (probably due to his ankle) and forced a pass that was picked off. He had played a near flawless game until that point. I think I'm remembering correctly.
 

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ToughJ.Riggins said:
I hope he comes back for one- or even better- two more years. He showed he still has it last year. If not for that bad interference call, the 12 men on the field penalty and Favre's injury- I think the Vikes win that game and go to the Superbowl. Favre had an opportunity to run and pick up yards- for a long field goal- right near the end of regulation, but he hesitated (probably due to his ankle) and forced a pass that was picked off. He had played a near flawless game until that point. I think I'm remembering correctly.

Not just a flawless game ToughJ but a near flawless season up to that point and remember only one QB ends up happy with how his season ended and that's the Super Bowl winning QB. Favre will be back but I don't know how he can duplicate what he did last year, if he puts up 80% of last season's numbers that would still be a great season.
 

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Favre should definitely come back. I enjoyed all of his games last year - great statistical production, several dramatic wins. There is a lot of media hate, but I believe he is truly the most popular player in the league. And, I know he wants to put his records as far ahead of Manning as possible. However, anything short of a Super Bowl championship, and he will be criticized in the media.
 

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Favre doesn't have anything to prove anymore. He already has a Super Bowl ring so the media can't knock him for failing to "win the big one." He's still playing at a very high level so he can continue to play.
 

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Favre is still a top 5 QB IMO and as long as he stays that way he should continue to play as long as he wants to. Peterson and Gerhart should ease Favre's load and keep him healthy this year.
 

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I thought I would post this here, as the other Favre thread is misspelled
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I was surfing around and came across this "What, me worry?" article. At the bottom is a real gem, a true DWF:




In fact, Shane Bialke thinks the Vikings would be fine without Favre, even if most people no longer would consider them a top Super Bowl contender. Believe it or not, he wants to see what Tarvaris Jackson's(notes) got. The Vikings went 10-6 with Jackson and Gus Frerotte(notes) at quarterback in 2008. Jackson played nine games that year, starting five, and posted a 95.4 passer rating.


Bialke is such a firm believer in Jackson that he flipped open his phone, and the wallpaper was a doctored picture of a Vikings quarterback holding the Lombardi Trophy as if it were a football he was about to pass. It wasn't Favre. It was Jackson. And over the top were the words: "THE FUTURE IS NOW."Â￾
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Here's another story about how three of the Vikings' players have "gone missing" at camp, allegedly to visit with Brett Favre. The last paragraph is classic.....


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In a story that's sure to crash the Star-Tribune 's website (again), "Access Vikings" writer and Brett Favre expert Judd Zulgad is reporting that Jared Allen, Steve Hutchinson and Ryan Longwell were all absent from Minnesota's practice today.

The reason? They're believed to be in Mississippi visiting Favre and urging him to come back to the team -- or at least give the Vikes the answer that Allen recently requested from the quarterback.

None of the trio has dealt with injuries thus far in training camp, so there's no plausible alibi on that end, and Zulgad's sources confirm that the three members of the Vikings weren't at the team's morning meetings either.

There's been a pungent air of desperation regarding Favre's return in Minnesota since he announced his re-retirement recently , but Brad Childress, the team and the front office have gone out of their way to make it clear that they're fine whatever he decides.

If they've really sent a entourage of Favre's closest friends down to his home in order to convince him to return, the thin veil of confidence in Tavaris Jackson has officially been lifted.

There's also the possibility that they just want an answer other than "maybe" -- in which case the Vikings can resume pretending that Jackson can help them contend for the division and make a run at the Super Bowl.
 

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At least some members of the media are aware that Tavaris Jackson has no business being a starting quotaback. Of course the three players that went down to speak with Favre are white because the bruthas don't get involved in that "cracka" s-it.
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Sage gives the Vikings a MUCH better chance than affirmative-action Jackson at a SB run should Favre retire...
 

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I wonder if Toby might have a chance at more reps with the lesser "pass savvy" Rosenfels or (afrolete) Jackson at the helm vs. future HOF'er Favre? I seriously doubt Sage (& no way YOvares) can match the passing production of Favre, thus the Vikes might be forced to run more. BTW, I predict/hope "gA(y)P" continues his fumblitis &/or get injured.
 

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Well, at least it means one more white starter in the NFL. Jackson would have gotten the starting job (even if he doesn't deserve it).
 

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Well, training camp is over and Favre has decided to return? I guess his ankle suddenly got better. The annual trailer watch drama was played out to perfection once again.Ha ha.The Vikes even sent players to Kiln begging the Ol' Gunslinger to return.

So, Brad Childress the titular Head Coach can now ask Brett to issue a statement to the Affletes reminding them that Toby G. is on the same team and therefore the task of inflicting a career ending injury (to Whitey) is the reponsibility of the bruthas on opposing teams.

Do it Brad! Do it Brett! I wanna hear you say, "Let's do it!"
 

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What are the odds that all three players recruited (or volunteering) to bring drama queen Favre back to the team would be white? On a typically black dominated NFL roster, that's pretty astonishing.

I'd say it was an indication that not many (if any) of the affletes on the team are gung ho about Favre coming back, especially since it means Jackson will be relegated to the bench.

I just hope Toby Gerhart doesn't drop any passes from Favre. We all remember how he reacted when Bill Schroeder did. If the Vikings don't start out strong, or Favre finally shows his age, look for all the latent hostility towards him to explode at some point, especially from all the black players on the roster.
 

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bigunreal said:
What are the odds that all three players recruited (or volunteering) to bring drama queen Favre back to the team would be white? On a typically black dominated NFL roster, that's pretty astonishing.

I'd say it was an indication that not many (if any) of the affletes on the team are gung ho about Favre coming back, especially since it means Jackson will be relegated to the bench.

I just hope Toby Gerhart doesn't drop any passes from Favre. We all remember how he reacted when Bill Schroeder did. If the Vikings don't start out strong, or Favre finally shows his age, look for all the latent hostility towards him to explode at some point, especially from all the black players on the roster.
bigunreal, good post. I was thinking the same thing.

Let's not forget how quick Favre's black teammates in NY were to throw him under the bus after the season ended. The media may treat Favre like a "black" athlete but it's clear that in the locker room he's just another whitey.

I say welcome back (again) Brett and continue to rewrite the record books!
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He "retired,"Â￾ and now he's "coming back"Â￾"¦again"¦riveting. It's gotten to the point where Favre basically has his own reality TV show; although I'm starting to doubt that any of this uncanny drama is actually "real."Â￾

Favre is as nauseatingly venerated and as incessantly "pondered"Â￾ as any Negro throughout the filthy history of anti-white Cultural Marxism. Somehow, someway, this "Louisiana country boy"Â￾ made a proverbial "deal with the Devil."Â￾ Private jets, mansions in multiple states, endorsements, legions of inebriated football fans willing to die for him, the jock-huffing-fanboy journalists"¦and a black supremacist media "covering"Â￾ his every move (simply because he's such a fickle, egomaniacal attention whore). Favre, once accurately praised as one of the greatest, toughest, most successful football players of all time, is now an "Honorary Black Diva."Â￾ I'm embarrassed to admit that when the Packers won the Superbowl in 1996 (when I was 10 years old); Brett Favre was "my hero."Â￾

Grown white men around the world are conversing about Favre's "decisions"Â￾ the way they once did Nelson Mandela, Michael Jordan, Martin Luther King, Ochocinco, Terrell Owens, Mohammed Ali, Tiger Woods, Malcolm X, Louis Farrakhan, LeBron James, etc. Why? Because the viciously anti-white hobgoblins who influence all forms of media vehemently declare that these people are an "important topic."Â￾

On ESPN, I heard a particularly psychotic phone interview with the completely unsuccessful, loud-mouthed weirdo, Herm Edwards. Edwards screamed over and over that "This is Brett Favre we're talking about! You can't expect him to be treated like any other football player! This is Brett Favre! The rules don't apply! Some players are treated differently because of who they are! Training camp?! This is Brett Favre!"Â￾

"Some players are treated differently"Â￾ is such a fitting statement for the NFL's systematic, intentionally anti-white corruption.Edited by: Thrashen
 

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I know how much some of you dislike Favre. I defended him last year and so did Jaxvid and several others. He's a great player but I stated in an earlier post that this is just plain ridiculous. Even Ochostinko and Terrell Owens have never sunk this low.
 

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I, too, was thinking about the racial dynamics. It's almost unavoidable after certain Blacks decided to have a little fun and start teeing off on Toby Gerhart. Now, this seemingly White only recruitment of Favre. If a faction of the team were pissed about Toby being on board, this aught to get under their skin. And seeing how high and mighty the arrogant fools acted toward Toby, I'm enjoying the White power play at the moment.
 
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