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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    Does anyone know what records are left to break for Favre.
    I know Marshall's 282 consecutive game streak is attainable if Favre plays two more years without injury (Favre is at 253, I believe).
    However the actual record is 320 by a punter, Jeff Feagles, who played for the NY Giants this year.
    Of course he's a punter, so there is a huge asterisk by his record... Maybe Favre will view that record as unattainable.

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    He owns pretty much all of them including paying off the officials with BJs!

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    This season I bet he sold his soul to play this well. He had a good year better ratting and completion percenatges. He should be satisfied with the records also
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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    Fuck Farve

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    I'll just be sick of hearing about it.


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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    I'll just be sick of hearing about it.
    Same here....so I just put the first thing that came to my mind


    Fuck Farve

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    Farve is nothing but a big, " Look AT ME ASS "

    In his post game interview, he couldn't wait to bring up his " Time to make a decision for all "
    retirement topc.
    And the saddest thing to me was the fact that I didn't hear him say the words
    " WE " or " TEAM " the whole time, almost everything he said was about
    " Me "
    " Myself " and " I ".

    What an Ass.


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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "SKOL" wrote:
    Hmmm, after actually reading the article it seems he's wavering.


    I remember Tarks last year it was evident that his skills were declining.
    It'll happen to Favre sooner than later if he keeps coming back.
    Favre needs to step out while he's somewhat on top.
    Favre isn't smart enough to make that call.
    Hopefully he trusts someone enough to listen to them when the time is right.

    The time isn't right.
    I think he still has the skills.
    The guy still has a gun for an arm.
    He just has brain farts here and there.
    I was waiting for him to have a brain fart or two against us, but he kept his flatulence under control for most of the season until he stunk it up last night.
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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    I forgot to add that I hope he does retire but.....



    If there isn't a personal reason for him to retire and he bases that decision on skills, he can't retire.
    Two-thirds of the QBs in the NFL would also have to retire.
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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    I hope he comes back for another year, I want the vikings to get another shot at beating him. I don't want my last memories of him being when the entire dome cheered him after he threw the record touchdown, makes me sad just thinking about it.

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