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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

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    [quote author=BadlandsViking link=topic=43811.msg753191#msg753191 date=1207266551]
    If we sign Favre, I'm buring all my Vikings stuff
    There's only 3 things about that I'd like to see & all of them happening in one game.

    1. He beats the Packers at Lambeau as a Viking.

    2. He gets his #4 jersey retired at halftime of that game while wearing a Vikings #4 jersey.

    3. He moons the Pack ala Randy Moss.
    4. All of this happens in the NFC championship, which the Vikings win 129-2.
    5.
    And then Favre comes down with Ebola?
    Dang, I gotta stop reading that book about Ebola and Marburg.
    (shiver).
    Only kidding.
    How about at that point, he decides to "come out of the closet and confess his love for either Donald Driver or John Madden"?
    If Favre comes back, do you think Madden will find a way to get back in the commentary booth for a game or two?
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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    There always seems to be trouble, immediately after Favre tries thinking.

    But this could be worse yet...............this time he is re-thinking. oh oh.

    Here's an idea Brett, how 'bout you take a nice long road trip on your 4-wheeler and try not to think about anything. Especially football. Try it.


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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    "Freya" wrote:
    There always seems to be trouble, immediately after Favre tries thinking.

    But this could be worse yet...............this time he is re-thinking. oh oh.

    Here's an idea Brett, how 'bout you take a nice long road trip on your 4-wheeler and try not to think about anything. Especially football. Try it.
    He's not doing anything.
    So far there's no indication that he is or is not considering anything, just what some reporter thinks.

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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Freya" wrote:
    There always seems to be trouble, immediately after Favre tries thinking.

    But this could be worse yet...............this time he is re-thinking. oh oh.

    Here's an idea Brett, how 'bout you take a nice long road trip on your 4-wheeler and try not to think about anything. Especially football. Try it.
    He's not doing anything.
    So far there's no indication that he is or is not considering anything, just what some reporter thinks.
    Well certainly he isn't doing anything about his retirement status:

    However, Favre, 38, has yet to give written notice of his retirement to the league or players’ union.
    On the other hand........apparently "NFL sources" have told someone at the LA Times, that he is talking to teams. "Quietly"

    I guess I take that as a bit more than just what some reporter thinks.




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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    "Freya" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Freya" wrote:
    There always seems to be trouble, immediately after Favre tries thinking.

    But this could be worse yet...............this time he is re-thinking. oh oh.

    Here's an idea Brett, how 'bout you take a nice long road trip on your 4-wheeler and try not to think about anything. Especially football. Try it.
    He's not doing anything.
    So far there's no indication that he is or is not considering anything, just what some reporter thinks.
    Well certainly he isn't doing anything about his retirement status:

    However, Favre, 38, has yet to give written notice of his retirement to the league or players’ union.
    On the other hand........apparently "NFL sources" have told someone at the LA Times, that he is talking to teams. "Quietly"

    I guess I take that as a bit more than just what some reporter thinks.


    Howver, Favre is not 38 anymore, he's 40, or within months of turning 40.
    Favre probably is waiting, just in case someone calls in october when their starter goes down, but until I hear of him or his agent actually talking to teams still, I'll believe the facts, which is nothing.
    All that happened, is Glazer said, "Hmmm.. my name's not out there, its been a while since there was favre talk, I think I'll bring it up again."

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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Freya" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Freya" wrote:
    There always seems to be trouble, immediately after Favre tries thinking.

    But this could be worse yet...............this time he is re-thinking. oh oh.

    Here's an idea Brett, how 'bout you take a nice long road trip on your 4-wheeler and try not to think about anything. Especially football. Try it.
    He's not doing anything.
    So far there's no indication that he is or is not considering anything, just what some reporter thinks.
    Well certainly he isn't doing anything about his retirement status:

    However, Favre, 38, has yet to give written notice of his retirement to the league or players’ union.
    On the other hand........apparently "NFL sources" have told someone at the LA Times, that he is talking to teams. "Quietly"

    I guess I take that as a bit more than just what some reporter thinks.


    Howver, Favre is not 38 anymore, he's 40, or within months of turning 40.
    Favre probably is waiting, just in case someone calls in october when their starter goes down, but until I hear of him or his agent actually talking to teams still, I'll believe the facts, which is nothing.
    All that happened, is Glazer said, "Hmmm.. my name's not out there, its been a while since there was favre talk, I think I'll bring it up again."
    Okay.


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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    Awwwwww.... crap NOT AGAIN
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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    Out of retirement today.

    Back in retirement tomarrow.

    Just have to wait for tomarrow!
    What takes a quarterback to the next level is not arm strength or mobility or any of that stuff. Its the ability to play on critical downs. Manage third downs, or red zones or four-minute or two-minute situations"
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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

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    Out of retirement today.

    Back in retirement tomarrow.

    Just have to wait for tomarrow!
    Better make sure it's right, so 'till tomorrow, goodnight...
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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

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    Out of retirement today.

    Back in retirement tomarrow.

    Just have to wait for tomarrow!
    FAIL!

    (Let's see if Doc can figure out why)

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