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Old 01-25-2010, 03:10 AM   #1
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i know everyone around here hates everything that comes with this guy but that has to be the gutsy play i've ever seen..he was beat up pretty bad and kept getting up. anyone see his post game conference? he looked like he had been punched in the face a few times..
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i know everyone around here hates everything that comes with this guy but that has to be the gutsy play i've ever seen..he was beat up pretty bad and kept getting up. anyone see his post game conference? he looked like he had been punched in the face a few times..


that has to be the gutsy play i've ever seen......you obviously weren't watching the Skins games to closely this past season, because JC went through what Mr. Farve went through for 1 game almost every Sunday. It was gutsy play, but not the gutsies I've ever seen, because I saw JC do it Sunday after Sunday.
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Old 01-25-2010, 06:13 AM   #3
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maybe...gutsiest performance ever?

I'm not looking forward to the 3 month ESPN circus of whether or not he is going to play next year or not.
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that has to be the gutsy play i've ever seen......you obviously weren't watching the Skins games to closely this past season, because JC went through what Mr. Farve went through for 1 game almost every Sunday. It was gutsy play, but not the gutsies I've ever seen, because I saw JC do it Sunday after Sunday.
LMFAO if you think Campbell deserves a comparison to Favre. Almost everytime Jason took a hard hit, Collins would come in. Look at that game where he bruised his chest...Campbell might be tough, but there is no way at this point in his career he can be compared with Favre.

And 1 game for Mr. Favre? Have you been paying attention? Brett has been getting his shit pounded like that for 19 seasons...he's tough and has never missed a game. It remains seen if anyone will ever break his streak...
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LMFAO if you think Campbell deserves a comparison to Favre. Almost everytime Jason took a hard hit, Collins would come in. Look at that game where he bruised his chest...Campbell might be tough, but there is no way at this point in his career he can be compared with Favre.

And 1 game for Mr. Favre? Have you been paying attention? Brett has been getting his shit pounded like that for 19 seasons...he's tough and has never missed a game. It remains seen if anyone will ever break his streak...
Unlike our team, Favre had a very good offensive line that kept him upright almost the whole season. I think the comparison comes from the fact that this season, JC had several games where he got beat up just like how Favre did yesterday.
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:19 AM   #6
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Gutsy game in that he took hits and didn't quit, but this is his third consecutive playoff loss going back to that Eagles game in which he threw an inscrutable interception to end the season. If we are talking legacy, and how can we not at this point, then we have to also mention what has been a pattern of making catastrophic mistakes in the biggest moments. Had he tucked that ball in and ran it the Vikings would probably be getting ready for the Superbowl right now.
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i know everyone around here hates everything that comes with this guy but that has to be the gutsy play i've ever seen..he was beat up pretty bad and kept getting up. anyone see his post game conference? he looked like he had been punched in the face a few times..
Gutsy??? Nahh! He's not John Wayne!
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Gutsy game in that he took hits and didn't quit, but this is his third consecutive playoff loss going back to that Eagles game in which he threw an inscrutable interception to end the season. If we are talking legacy, and how can we not at this point, then we have to also mention what has been a pattern of making catastrophic mistakes in the biggest moments. Had he tucked that ball in and ran it the Vikings would probably be getting ready for the Superbowl right now.
Right on. He who lives by the Favre, dies by the Favre.
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:39 AM   #9
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Favre, no doubt is one of the greatest quarterbacks to the play the game. I honestly believed that he'd make a play to get Longwell in position to kick a FG at the end of regulation. He's had a gutsy career and my bet is that it's not over. He had a career year and was two plays away (a 10 yard completion or a scramble to set up the FG) from the Super Bowl.

I just hope he announces sooner than later. I think everyone hates how Sportscenter, among others, milk the minutia of these stories with daily and even hourly coverage.
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:48 AM   #10
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I was impressed by his toughness last night. I think he'll be back...he can't end it all that way (bad decision).

He'll be back and still playing as well as this year. For most of the season, he had eliminated those mistakes from just flinging the ball around like in the past, it was his best season ever...but for one play, his old tendencies came back to haunt him...BIG TIME.

I was rooting for the Vikings and that was a painful way to lose.
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Old 01-25-2010, 10:41 AM   #11
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While I applaud Favre for all his many accomplishments through the years, I find the idea of a double standard for him and the rest of the team rather disconcerting for the team as a whole. Some payers may resist a standard for Favre so different than the one they're expected to embrace. Favre is the ordained leader of that team but he does not at this stage of his career exhibit leadership pactices.
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Old 01-25-2010, 10:45 AM   #12
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I don't think Favre cost them the game. The many fumbles cost them the game. Sure, he made a bad mistake but there were a # of errors that led them to that point. He got beat up pretty bad last night.

If he wants to play, more power to him. The Vikes have got a real good team and could make it back to the Championship next year.
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While I applaud Favre for all his many accomplishments through the years, I find the idea of a double standard for him and the rest of the team rather disconcerting for the team as a whole. Some payers may resist a standard for Favre so different than the one they're expected to embrace. Favre is the ordained leader of that team but he does not at this stage of his career exhibit leadership pactices.
He should retire for once and for all, he might be a great QB, but he makes boneheaded decisions at critical moments. If he comes back he just might have a three peat in interceptions in the divisional playoffs (GB, Minn., ??)
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I hope he comes back, he proved this year he can still play at a very high level.
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:02 AM   #15
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He should retire for once and for all, he might be a great QB, but he makes boneheaded decisions at critical moments. If he comes back he just might have a three peat in interceptions in the divisional playoffs (GB, Minn., ??)
I agree, without question there have been too many (as you described them) bone-headed plays at critical times and espically in post-season play when your game should be at it's finest.

I don't question his stats, or even if he can still play the game, it's more about his decision making process when he's not playing the game, and the way he sets himself apart from those he's dependent upon for whatever success he's about to acheive.
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