It has started already. The rumblings out of Minnesota. A team divided. A “schism” it’s being called. In the words of one NFL source, Favre has “little support” in the locker room.
Brett Favre may give 100 percent on the field, but he only gives about 55 percent the rest of the time.
A Hattiesburg television station reported today that Favre boarded a plane this morning at the Hattiesburg Laurel Regional Airport. The plane was headed for St. Paul.
The whole silly mess has finally ended. Please move along now, nothing to see here folks…
“I was told Brett is flying to MN today – will make announcement on 7/30 –1 hour before the start of the Shareholders meeting.”
One could call it mildly amusing that if Brent Favre wants to see his number plastered for all eternity on Lambeau Field anytime in the next decade, it will boil down to two games. Two games he must lose.
In case you hadn’t heard, Brent Favre has put down a chunk of change on a pad in Minny. Yawn. At least it’s a condo, so he can move easily in week eight after being relegated to third string.
It is astounding that a sports journalist could be so tone deaf, and a couple of Demovsky’s readers wasted no time in obliterating this line of thought.
Yes, I’ve been incredibly slack. However, I’ve once again brought the goods.
It’s a simple question on a Saturday that leaves me time to spend with my family, instead of with this never-ending bullshit of a story.
Last year we put up with the Favre situation and it was a pain for the fans. Not the case this year.
Amidst the bitter plots of our former drama ridden hall of fame quarterback trying to don the pansy purple, it seems the Packers have addressed some needs to make a playoff push for 2009.
The Packers Lounge has a spy in Mississippi covering the Favre story. Here are the top 10 things he heard when Childress arrived.