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Old 08-03-2010, 05:57 PM   #91
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Brett Favre is so old, the first time he retired Longtimefan was just Fan
And Dirtbag was CarbonBag. Quake was still Quake because plate tectonics have always been around....yeah I suck at this. I'm just going to go sit in the corner.
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:04 PM   #92
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And Dirtbag was CarbonBag. Quake was still Quake because plate tectonics have always been around....yeah I suck at this. I'm just going to go sit in the corner.
That actually made me laugh...heartily
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:13 PM   #93
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In terms of winning the Super Bowl, He never should have stuck it to the Cowboys and triggered the wrath of the football gods. That said, one can never stick to the Cowboys too many times.
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:18 PM   #94
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Visanthe Shiancoe: "What I'm hearing is it is true, he did decide to retire. Until I hear it from his mouth, I'm going to leave it at that."
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Old 08-03-2010, 08:25 PM   #95
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So basically he told steve mariucci that he is still not done, but wants to see how is ankle is healing. I guess you cant hate the guy for this story, but why has he not told his coach or the owner of the Vikings he is retiring? Seems as though this is not over quite yet. Stay tuned football fans for weeks of conjucter from all the talking head till he either retires for good or he comes and takes a few more snaps for the Vikes.
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Old 08-03-2010, 09:39 PM   #96
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Guy is definiely going through a midlife crisis. Just retire for good this time and maybe he won't end up a cripple like some of those old school linemen from the 60s-70s. He gets sacked and hit on that ankle and pop, there goes his ankle for good.
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Old 08-03-2010, 09:41 PM   #97
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I don't think Favre's retiring, but let me pose this questions if Minni called and said Skins we will give you are next (3) 1st round picks for DMc would you do it make the trade. I say NO but what do you say.
Hell yes. 6 first round picks in 3 years would be great for us, more than any impact D.Mac might have. We could trade those for a younger better quarterback, or draft the next franchise quarterback, and have room left over to make other moves. I'd look at it from a franchise building perspective.
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Old 08-03-2010, 09:51 PM   #98
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Intersting question, NYC... I don't know, yes.

If we look at the NFL as a business and in particular the way players refer to the business side of things, you would have to do this. 3 first round picks for the 2nd and 3rd you gave up is a few hundred percent return on your investment with a bright future ahead of you with many different decisions and trades to make or just 6 quality football players to build an entire team around.

This would never happen btw so it is a crazy question to even try to answer!
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Steve mariucci sounds pretty confident that favre will play.
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[QUOTE=artmonkforhallofamein07;717154]Intersting question, NYC... I don't know, yes.

If we look at the NFL as a business and in particular the way players refer to the business side of things, you would have to do this. 3 first round picks for the 2nd and 3rd you gave up is a few hundred percent return on your investment with a bright future ahead of you with many different decisions and trades to make or just 6 quality football players to build an entire team around.

This would never happen btw so it is a crazy question to even try to answer![/QUOTE]

Your are absolutely right it would never ever happen but stranger things have happened. Minni gave up a thousand picks for H. Walker maybe they haven't learnt their lesson.

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Why go through the drama of retiring then unretire again? This is getting old. If he needs extra time to heal just keep your mouth shut and go to camp to do film, etc. I used to like the guy, now he is just another media prime dona. Now I hope we meet them in the playoffs just to see Carriker, Orakpo, or AH crush him. Would be nice to see Fletch do it though. A nice hard LB blitz right up the middle, then SMACK!!!!!!
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The circus has left Washington and is headed for Minnesota
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Old 08-04-2010, 12:02 AM   #103
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I heard ESPN will air an hour long special: The Indecision, sponsored by Old Spice
Now that's good stuff. Only it's going to be hosted by Jim Gray, sponsored by University of Phoenix, and the questions are all going to be layups like "are all your baseball caps old and worn out?"
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PFT is saying favre will be offered 16M to play! Wow even with a bum ankle Id play
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Now that's good stuff. Only it's going to be hosted by Jim Gray, sponsored by University of Phoenix, and the questions are all going to be layups like "are all your baseball caps old and worn out?"
I found a sampling of the questions he will be asking:

Gray: When did you decide to make this decision: this morning, yesterday, about half an hour after lunch when your stomach was upset?
Favre: This decision hasn't been made.

Gray: Who have you told about your indecisiveness?
Favre: You, Childress, Ziggy, my neighbor, my wife, my mom, those kids I workout at high school with, my teammates, those kids from the boys + girls club in the background, some guy I met at the 7-11 down the street, The Rog, President Goooobama, the cameraman over there, and I guess just about anybody within listening range.

Gray: Do you regret it?
Favre: I regret eating the food ESPN has prepared off set. Bean burrito my ass, that was more like a laxative burrito.

Gray: Are you gonna miss it?
Favre: Well shucks, I mean I'll miss sticking it to that worthless Green Bay franchise twice a year now.

Gray: So what is your decision?
Favre: I've decided to buy two-ply toilet paper, now that I'm retired I can afford to buy the good stuff.
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