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Here We Go Again

Here We Go Again

 

It figures that on my Birthday, one of the few days I can watch ESPN all day, it has to be riddled with yet another Favre retirement. Truth is, it really isn't news to me.

Anyone who stands here and thinks this saga is over, certainly has another thing coming. Like they said over at CheeseheadTV... what's the over/under?

 

It was nice to hear that the Jets had enough respect for the rest of the league to refuse his release.

Still, don't be surprised to turn on ESPN in May and do this thing all over... again.

 

(Stay Tuned)

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Elmos's picture

AROD SUCKS>
Favre will be on the Vikies kicking the Packers ass 2x this year.

Can't wait. Can't wait til' that waste product TT is FIRED!!

YES!

Pack93z's picture

Minor issues with the theory..

One.. His rights will remain a Jet.

Two.. The can place him on the retired list and create cap room to get under the number.

Three.. He could case a issue if he post Feb 27th to un-retire, the Jets will have some time to figure out how else to get under the cap.

Four.. He would lose the Packers are the ones that cause the issue argument, which would place all the scrutiny upon himself for putting the Jets in a spot.. there would be no doubt left that he is a me first prima dona.. no one else to blame.

Five.. There is this little matter of a torn Bicep that isn't just going to magically go away..

It is done.. what on earth will the grinders do now without Favre to channel the hatred through?

Andyman's picture

Even if he does end up on the Vikes (which wouldn't surprise me at this point), I will enjoy watching him lose with them.

Alex Tallitsch's picture

Pack 93z said, "He would lose the Packers are the ones that cause the issue argument, which would place all the scrutiny upon himself for putting the Jets in a spot.. there would be no doubt left that he is a me first prima dona.. no one else to blame."

I agree that the shot is slim. However, can you seriously tell me you would be surprised if the exact scenario you spoke of actually came to fruition?

Asshalo's picture

"It was nice to hear that the Jets had enough respect for the rest of the league to refuse his release."

Going to have to disagree with you on that one. They're $12 over the cap and that would have been an easy solution. You don't really know what they would have done if he would have stayed there. Why would you agree to release him

(1) before he officially asks for it
(2) when you don't even know if he would be around next year.

They didn't release him because there was no reason to at the current moment. Two months down the road though?

Pack93z's picture

Packone said....."I agree that the shot is slim. However, can you seriously tell me you would be surprised if the exact scenario you spoke of actually came to fruition?"

Honestly, I don't see Brett playing that card.. the un-retirement game that is.

Why...

In the Packers case, he could shift the blame upon them and used his emotions to drive him once he starting thinking about coming back. With the Jets, there is no.. I repeat no angle in which to shift blame.

He might have diverted a ton of tarnish league wide last season, but playing the un-retirement card again would shatter any sort of clout he has in the good ole boy imagine.

Elmo's picture

No, it wouldn't..

If he came back with the Vickies and shellacked TT and the Packers 2x this year, and went deep in the playoffs, or the SB...he would expose Ted Thompson for the SHAM that he is...and that's a good thing!

Then the Pack could get back to their winning ways..........

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