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Old 04-08-2006, 12:39 PM   #1
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Brett Favre Decision

Who else thinks this is the most annoying story this offseason and even over the past few offseasons. I mean make up your mind already. He is one of the great ones to play quarterback but this is ridiculous. He calls a press conference for today (Saturday) and announces that he still has not made up his mind. The T.O. situation was annoying as well but at least things changed and there was always different things happeneing. Brett needs to make up his mind so he and the Packers can move on while we can stop hearing about it.
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:41 PM   #2
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Who else thinks this is the most annoying story this offseason and even over the past few offseasons. I mean make up your mind already. He is one of the great ones to play quarterback but this is ridiculous. He calls a press conference for today (Saturday) and announces that he still has not made up his mind. The T.O. situation was annoying as well but at least things changed and there was always different things happeneing. Brett needs to make up his mind so he and the Packers can move on while we can stop hearing about it.
He's coming back, and I think the NFL knows it. They are billing the Week 16 Vikings Packers game as Brett Favre's last home game.
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the pack should make the decision for him and let his ass go
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:43 PM   #4
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If I were Brett, I'd probably hang it up. I believe he can still get it done, but the Packers barely even tried to put a winning team on the field last year. They get rid of one of the best guard tandems in the league and then don't really do anything after people started getting hurt. They didn't add anyone over the offseason. What is his motivation? They haven't showed the same committment to winning that he has. There is no reason for him to come back, he's proven all he can prove and this team is going to bad this year.
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:58 PM   #5
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this retirement drill has gone on every offseason recently, and its stupid and annoying. I don't see what the big deal is and why it takes so long every year.
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Old 04-08-2006, 01:50 PM   #6
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this is nowhere near as annoying as the T.O. crap
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You have to assume he is going to play or he F'd his team time and available players to replace him.
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Old 04-08-2006, 02:53 PM   #8
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He is not coming back. The packers have not done much off season improving for him to wan to come back.
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Old 04-08-2006, 03:07 PM   #9
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I am so sick and tired of his shit already. Call a press conference and announce you haven't made up your mind? WTF? I hope his ass retires.
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Old 04-08-2006, 03:55 PM   #10
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Who else thinks this is the most annoying story this offseason and even over the past few offseasons. I mean make up your mind already. He is one of the great ones to play quarterback but this is ridiculous. He calls a press conference for today (Saturday) and announces that he still has not made up his mind. The T.O. situation was annoying as well but at least things changed and there was always different things happeneing. Brett needs to make up his mind so he and the Packers can move on while we can stop hearing about it.
He calls a press conference every year at his celebrity golf tournament. He never said it was to announce his decision. That part was speculation by the press.

Lay off Brett. He's had more than his share of tragedy over the past few years and he's earned a little time to consider what he wants to do. Admittedly, it's tough for the Packers to plan a draft, but that's life. He could be hit by a bus the day after the draft and the team would be in the same boat.
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Old 04-08-2006, 04:17 PM   #11
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well i want him to come back~ he was my favorite player when I was younger and lived in ohio.
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Old 04-08-2006, 04:29 PM   #12
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I could care less if he comes back. The NFl does not need Favre as much as he needs the NFL. He is just having trouble understanding that. Just walk away dude. The Pack is gonna be bad again this year. Why waste a year and get hurt? It's pointless.
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I want to ask one thing: How is it when Brett Farve becomes addicted to Pain Killers, everyone views it as a tradgedy and horrible,but when,Let's say Randy Moss, has a little Mary Jane, every wants to call him a thug?
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I want to ask one thing: How is it when Brett Farve becomes addicted to Pain Killers, everyone views it as a tradgedy and horrible,but when,Let's say Randy Moss, has a little Mary Jane, every wants to call him a thug?
I don't really judge a whole lot of players for things like that. That said, you probably weren't referring to me. However, as far as tragedy, he's had a lot more go wrong for him than just an addiction to painkillers, which I'm sure you know.
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I don't really judge a whole lot of players for things like that. That said, you probably weren't referring to me. However, as far as tragedy, he's had a lot more go wrong for him than just an addiction to painkillers, which I'm sure you know.
Tragedy is part of life. My grandfather died a couple of months ago. I miss him but life goes on. There is nothing especial about Favre's circumstances besides him having 10 million more in his bank account if he decides to stay. Personally, I hate indecisiveness...make a decision already!
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