There has been a ton of conversation in the few days since Brett Favre decided to speak his mind yet again and let the world know how he felt, as if no one was going to comment.
Well now it’s your turn.
Let’s play a game: Fill in the blank.
Anything you want to say, whether good or bad. No word limit, no holds barred.
It’s your post-speak your mind.
In a few days, I’ll republish it in (hopefully) a cohesive post containing your thoughts.
Update: As promised, here is a collection of your thoughts about Favre, with a little author’s discretion for good measure. Thanks to all who left a comment.
The opinions of Brett Favre vary greatly.
To some, Brett Favre is irrelevant.
To others, is a hick from the sticks who saw the lights of Broadway but is dazzled more by his own imagined brilliance but shouldn’t be. Some liked him a lot better when they called him “Country”.
And finally to some, he is the one who turned the Packer franchise around, won a SB and three MVP, and wiill go down in history as one of the greatest football players of all time. Put GB back on the map (last guy to do that was Vincent T Lombardi). He will be inducted into the HOF as a Packer.
As one who would retreat to the farm in Mississippi every off season, there are those who feel he is not the sharpest tool in the shed, and should lay off the corn liquor when speaking.
His recent comments about Aaron Rodgers and his surprised a Super Bowl wasn’t won sooner by Rodgers took Packer Nation by storm, and many feel that he needs to relocate to Guam where he can’t bother anyone ever again as a result of his opening of his mouth. There are those who feel he should retire a Viking, so he can never harm the Packers fans again.
Finally, there are those who think that Brett Favre should shut up and go to Green Bay and apologize for the way he has acted. Maybe then the Packer Nation could forgive him.
No one knows exactly how the story of Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers will end-it is a script which has yet to be written. But one thing that is certain is that people will continue to talk about his impact on the Packers for years to come.
Love him or hate him, he will never cease to be a talking point, and that is what is equally awesome and frustrating for so many.
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