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  • CookyMonzta
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    Like so many before him (Foreman, Coghlan, Ottey, et. al.), Favre is proving that he can still play...

    ...BUT...

    ...After the 10th game of the season, they really need to watch him very carefully, lest he begin to break down the way he did last year in a Jets uniform. After an 8-3 start, he went 1-4, full of interceptions, and out of the playoffs. I had a feeling he was going to come back.

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  • TrackDaddy
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    Originally posted by scottmitchell74
    Good for Favre, still playing well.

    Anyone notice the scary speed of Jared Allen on the last play of the first half closing in on Rodgers? (no sack, just a hit). People that big should not more that explosively. I'm surprised there aren't more deaths/paralysis in the NFL.
    I felt sorry for the guy trying to block Allen. And it didnt help that Rodgers would hold the ball at times.

    As for Favre...amazing.

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  • bijanc
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    Favor

    Favre:

    'nuff said...

    Like the most recent poster, I thought about 4.55 times for the 40-yard dash for 245 lb. OLB's last night, and since I had a 5'7", 135 lb. cousin who ran that fast on his indoor team, I marveled that the NFL doesn't have more deaths, and plays which result in a player's paralysis.

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  • scottmitchell74
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    Good for Favre, still playing well.

    Anyone notice the scary speed of Jared Allen on the last play of the first half closing in on Rodgers? (no sack, just a hit). People that big should not more that explosively. I'm surprised there aren't more deaths/paralysis in the NFL.

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  • BruceFlorman
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    Aaron Rodgers ain't bad, but he sure ain't gonna be playing when he turns 40 if the Packers don't do something about their pass protection soon.

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  • mcgato
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    If I recall, the biggest MNF audience was for Dan Marino's Dolphins against the undefeated Chicago Bears. That would have been on ABC, so I doubt tonight's ESPN show will surpass that. It will be huge nonetheless.

    Edit: Go Vikes, go Twins!!!!

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  • Pego
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    I predict, tonight will be the largest audience for MNF ever.

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  • 2 cents
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    Brett Favre is facing the Green Bay Packers tonight on MNF. Perhaps this is one of the more anticipated regular season NFL games in quite some time. Or perhaps not. With Favre there is likely to be some drama concomitant with his presence alone. Of course it might even be more dramatic when they play in Lambeau Field. It should be fun. Are you ready for some football?

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  • Davidokun
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    On the other hand:

    15 Best I Hate Brett Favre Shirts

    The Replicates - "Aaron Rodgers Seems Alright"

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  • guru
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    LOL!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9enj55iSwk


    With outtakes - hilarious

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmMLBiXQY7g


    Tell me this guy won't be GREAT on TV when(if) he retires.

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  • Dietmar239
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    Re: Brett Favre

    Originally posted by croflash
    Whatever the record was for retiring, pondering about retirement, unretiring and so forth, Favre must have doubled that mark by now.
    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/discus ... hp?t=35205

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  • croflash
    started a topic Brett Favre

    Brett Favre

    Whatever the record was for retiring, pondering about retirement, unretiring and so forth, Favre must have doubled that mark by now.
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