Favre: "This Is My Last Go-Around"

Brett Favre spoke with the local media this afternoon and talked about Sunday being his last game at Lambeau.

On a conference call with the Wisconsin media this afternoon, Brett Favre was asked about the added significance of this Sunday night's game being his last game ever at Lambeau Field (barring a playoff rematch naturally).

Favre's response:

This is my last go-around and of course I played a ton of games in that stadium. Not once did I ever step in that stadium, it was obviously different last year, did not respect and feel very privileged to be on Lambeau Field. Every touchdown was as joyous as the next. So I’ve always savored the moment and never took it for granted. This will be no exception. Yes, unless we were to go back in the playoffs, this will be it, yeah.

I have to admit, I am beyond thrilled that I'll be seeing Favre Sunday night. Yes, I hope Clay Matthews or Cullen Jenkins pound him into the turf and I hope Tramon Williams and Charles Woodson both take interceptions back to the house.

But at the end of the day, I still love Brett Favre.

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RickyBobby's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:08 pm

I can't even look at the guy.

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crichar3's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:11 pm

I get the sentiment. But the edge is off my "love" for Favre. Perhaps someday I will feel differently, and I am open to the possibility. But that is far, far down the road.

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bigfog's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:19 pm

Brett Favre makes me so unhinged, I can't even write a decent reply to this story.

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Andrew In Atlanta's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:14 pm

He's dead to me and will be for about a decade. I hope he gets pounded

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BBalz's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:15 pm

It's going to be a while before I can really enjoy Favre again. I think a lot of what I'm going to remember is being irritated that he 're-married the ugly sister' in our family of the NFC North.

Also if these text messages/voicemail/pictures come out and are true, it's going to make his lasting legacy a bit more tarnished.

But if you ask me in 10-15 years about Favre. . .I'm going to remember the fun young guy on the football field who played every snap like he was 25 years old. I'm also going to remember him playing for other teams but it won't bother me as much.

That'll happen, but it's going to take some time for me.

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mel's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:30 pm

He makes my stomach turn every time I see him!!!

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Tommyboy's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:43 pm

I have a hard time stomaching the man even before he left GB. I don't hate him because he went to the Vikes...that's never been my beef with him. I hated how he handled the situation with Aaron Rodgers (not Ted Thompson)...and some other things, but I won't get into that on this comments section.

All that said, his charity still gives money to a lot of special education activities I coordinate, so he will ALWAYS have a special place in my heart for that.

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PackerAaron's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:52 pm

Thank you for that last part. So many people forget those things in their blind hatred of the man.

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Bogmon's picture

October 20, 2010 at 09:06 pm

It all disappears if and when he resigns and retires as a Packer.

Does it happen this way?

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braund-o's picture

October 20, 2010 at 09:22 pm

The charitable donations are great! I can't argue with you guys on that. However, I wish you guys lived here in WI. Brett and Deanna have amazing foundations that they were able to create and setup because of this state donating their money to their beloved and honored hero and his family. How much of their foundations money came from across the state borders? No doubt, some. But lets be honest, Minnesota football fans and residents probably weren't in a real hurry to donate their money to Green Bay's star. Every year when your companies push for a week of giving to charities, how many non-packer fans were thinking, "I'm going to give my money to Deanna Favre? Brett Favre?"
This is one thing that I believe has been lost in all of the Favre/Packer divorce. Wisconsinites who did love the Favre family feel slighted and we were given the cold shoulder. I feel like he could have played in several other teams, but demanded that he go to the Vikings. In a state where he and his family were hated.

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DAWG's picture

October 23, 2010 at 11:24 pm

DUDE- It isn't the blind hatred, BUT, why is it, that HE can change his alliance, but we can't, and thats ok? NOW-I question your'e alliance.

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PackerAaron's picture

October 24, 2010 at 09:20 am

You're right. I do all this...because I'm a Favre fan first.

And for the record, he "changed his alliance" after he was traded by the Packers. This isn't news and is exactly what I'm talking about when I reference the hatred as "blind"

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Rodgers's picture

October 20, 2010 at 01:59 pm

Time for the Brett media blitz to cover up is recent problems. Brett. time to go home for good!

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bleedsgreen's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:07 pm

sorry, but giving charity as a multimultimillionaire, while not obligatory, is damn near close to it in our society, at least morally speaking.

Which is to say, the equation:
doesn't give to charity = bad
obtains, while
does give to charity = good
most certainly does not.

He's been a selfish diva a-hole most of his career, but he threw too many TDs for most Packer fans to notice.

Love the guy? Just....ewwww.

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PackerAaron's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:12 pm

That first part is so absurd, I have trouble coming up with a rebuke to its ignorance.

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bleedsgreen's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:38 pm

Seriously? That's seriously beneath a thinking person.

If you make multi-millions and don't give some of that money back to a community where so many people struggle to make a living.... you're not severely morally challenged?

"I got mine" is the one of the most morally reprobate beliefs in all of human history. To ignore the sufferings of others while hording one's own extreme, if not obscene, wealth is revolting. To not fall prey to that kind of thinking (especially when not only oneself, but multiple generations thereafter, are financially secure) take minimal, if any, moral effort. It should be our moral baseline.

It is only because we live in such a degraded state of affairs that we are actually impressed to see people do otherwise. This isn't to say that we can't be thankful that they do give, but to not see it in relation to the fact that _it is ZERO skin off their back to do so_ is the sheer ignorance.

Your weak dismissal aside, I feel secure in knowing that most every moralist in the history of humanity is on my side. But hey, Ayn Rand's on yours.

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WoodyG's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:36 pm

Most, if not all, of BF's charity is also a tax-break ..... Even less skin off his back than most know .... But you couldn't be more correct ..... At a mil a game, he can afford to give & give & still not be adversely affected ...... Maybe he'll do a Bill Gates after he retires, who knows.

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Tommyboy's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:35 pm

I'm not suggesting for a moment we hand over the Nobel Peace Prize to the guy. Even though you're right, it takes a minimal effort on his part to give, it still takes SOMETHING. Percentage-wise, he STILL probably outgives Joe-citizen, even in a strong economy. And he does an amazingly poor job of advertising it. Most of the wheelchair basketball players at UW-Whitewater don't have a clue how they're funded.

Look, I'm not saying I love the guy, but he DOES give, and for me that counts for something. His charity will be around as long as he is - and he continues to give in Wisconsin - it's good stuff.

Now, even with that said, I just can't like the guy. This will sound lame, but I actually have some pretty significant connections to Favre. The dude hasn't been on my good side for some time. This Jenn Sterger thing is just a blip on the map as far as I'm concerned. I think in a decade a LOT more will come out, and it will not fare well for him.

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davyjones's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:08 pm

I really hope one day I can feel the gratitude toward him that I'd like to.
I WANT to be greatful for what he did for this team and the game of Football. I really, really do. I don't hate the guy (though living in Minn. I get awful sick of seeing him in purple). I guess what I feel more than anything is complete indifference toward him and it's sorta sad. I want to love & appreciate the guy like Aaron does, but its just not in me. I hope it come eventually.

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Flatty's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:22 pm

As another Packer fan living among the purple I think you have summed up my feelings on Favre perfectly. Hopefully one day I can get myself to hang up the framed photo of Favre, My father and myself from 96 that I took down a couple years back. That being said I hope he tastes the Lambeau turf multiple times this Sunday night. I'll be in attendance and nothing (besides a win of course) would make me happier.

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monnik's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:09 pm

I still love the guy, but am waiting to hear if the text/picture messages thing is true or not. If it's true, I'll be sick. Talk about someone who fell from grace.

I think BBalz said it well: "I’m going to remember the fun young guy on the football field who played every snap like he was 25 years old. I’m also going to remember him playing for other teams but it won’t bother me as much."

I'll remember the moments that were amazing. The game he played after his father died, the comebacks in the fourth quarter, etc.

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jmthoms's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:17 pm

I was a loyal Favre supporter for years in Green Bay. Where I will never forget the years of edge of the seat excitement as to what the man would do next; it will forever be overshadowed by the selfishness of a man that refused to commit to his team (whether it be the Pack, the Jets or the Vikes) until the bitter end of summer each year. Obviously a ploy to keep him in the media spotlight. Think of where the teams may have gone over the years had he committed to an offseason of planning and preparation like the other 52 men on each of his teams.
It is a shame that a man with so much talent and passion on the field was equally talented at hogging the spotlight offseason for all the wrong reasons!

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zub_a_dub's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:23 pm

I am a Packer fan since the days of the "Magic Man", yet I have not missed a vikings game since BF switched. I hate the vikings, yet I am drawn to watch that man play.

I don't like the way BF has handled the business side of football, but once he puts the pads on he is a joy to watch.

Not only do I want the Packers to kick his ass, but put a hurting on the rest of those ugly purple Jerseys. I want this game to be an announcement to the rest of the NFL that BF is done and a new dog is in town.

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Ct Sharpe Cheddar's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:25 pm

Who cares how Aaron feels abought 4#,how does Corey feel abought him?

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Tarynfor 12's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:41 pm

There are no PERFECT people,yet some talk AT Favre as though THEY are.Seperate the hate into the proper context of each.

Leaving GB the way he did and what he has done since, against what he did as a player when in GB is one thing.

Too start berating and finding ways to roll that over to his Charity dealings is another.

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Tommyboy's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:38 pm

Am I the only one who has no idea what any of this means?

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Jack's picture

October 20, 2010 at 10:52 pm

No doubt Tarynfor 12 is a product of one of our fine Wisconsin public schools.

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DAWG's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:52 pm

I also did not care for the way he handled Rodgers, very unprofessional, like alot of things in his life. But the guy could play-I'll give'em that. Other than that, he means nothing to me as of now, maybe that changes as time goes. I hope Matthews opens up a steak house of his own Sunday nite, serving up ala Favre tar-tar.

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xxstatic's picture

October 20, 2010 at 02:56 pm

How do I find any "love" for a guy who left a storied franchise as one of the most revered players in it's history for the sole purpose of "sticking it" to the team I love?
They say time heals all wounds....at this point I do know if I'll be healed in time for his HOF induction.....

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October 20, 2010 at 02:57 pm

Edit: Meant to say "don't" not "do" :)

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jack in jersey city's picture

October 20, 2010 at 03:09 pm

i will NEVER love that guy as long as he is in a biqueens uniform.

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Moab's picture

October 20, 2010 at 03:10 pm

Hmmm...we supported him through alcoholism, drug addiction, infidelity, his father's death, his wife's breast cancer, his brother-in-law's death and his wife'sbreast cancer and his entire goal in life evolved to wanting to stick it to the Packers.

Dead to me.

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Jer's picture

October 20, 2010 at 03:12 pm

Yeah, sorry, but I'm getting tired of settling for less with these pro athletes. I know they're not saints. I know they cheat on their wives. I know they're all juiced up with illegal substances. I know many of them will pass a kid right by who asks for an autograph.

But I'm more and more rejecting this notion that as a fan I'm supposed to overlook an almost unlimited amount of jackassery from these guys because they score TDs for my favorite team and throw a little of their millions at charity.

Sorry, but I fell out of love with Favre about 8 acts of idiocy ago.

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Jack's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:40 pm

I concur.

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MarkinMadison's picture

October 20, 2010 at 03:46 pm

The only thing that I really hate about Farve is his annual retirement soap opera, and the way he went so public and so caustic with the Packers when they finally said, "no mas." To me, this was the Diva at a level that can't be tolerated, because it hurt the team. Arguably, the Vikings reaped the rewards of enabling this behavior in the first few games this year.

If the texts and the pictures are surprising to you, then you just weren't paying attention. There were rumors about this guy for years, both in Wisconsin and Mississippi. I guarantee that Deanna was not surprised, she even made a passing reference to it in her book. Regardless, someone's personal moral failings are only a reason to ridicule them to the extent that the person involved is a hypocrit. Unlike Chewey, I don't remember Farve condeming anyone else for their infidelities. At the end of the day, he was the most entertaining quarterback in the game for at leaast a decade. When he takes the Purple off, I'll probably even put the photo back up, after I've had a chat with my kids about atheletes as role models.

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Scott in China's picture

October 20, 2010 at 04:04 pm

It used to be my dream for Favre to be carried off the field for his last game at Lambeau. It still is.

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DAWG's picture

October 20, 2010 at 04:20 pm

Scott wins best commentary, ha.

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Chad's picture

October 20, 2010 at 04:30 pm

*Like*

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davyjones's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:05 pm

Score one for Scott!! Excellent sentiment.

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Jack's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:50 pm

I don't want Favre or any other player to be injured. But I would love to see Clay Matthews (and/or any other Packer)sack #4 several times on Sunday. That would be sweet.

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FITZCORE1252's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:07 pm

F that. If anyone deserves to get 'Theisman'd' it's Brent. Couldn't happen to a bigger douche.

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Pack66's picture

October 20, 2010 at 04:55 pm

Really...

How has Aaron "Jeff George" McFumblepunt/pick Rodgers been doing this year?

Oh, he racks up alot of STATS, but can't close the deal?

That's what I THOUGHT...

You Packer fans are pathetic.

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Tommyboy's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:45 pm

I love these comments. The message is that Favre is a better qb, therefore Rodgers is ugly as sin.

Ummm...Brett's a hall of famer...duh he's good - one of the best EVER. But he is 41 and quite the choke artist himself! The Pack had to move on eventually, and the comparisons are moronic. The reasons for disliking Favre go well beyond the move to the Vikings and his performance. Of course, I'm just a bitter Packer fan who longs for the tremendous success Favre brought the Packers over the past 12 years.

Also, can people give Rodgers more than 2 1/2 years as a starter to judge his career?

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Pack66's picture

October 20, 2010 at 04:56 pm

You are so full of self-loathing that you direct it at Favre, when you really should be mad at the douche who created it all, the sad albino, Ted Thompson...

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October 20, 2010 at 05:07 pm

Pathetic. 66 still wonders why 66 ain't in there. Really blows any credibility you might have had talking like that.

Favre is one of the greatest competitors in any sport in out time. If any of us slobs were asked to play- we would. But we ain't, and we criticize one who does.

He is a football player.....a football player.

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braund-o's picture

October 20, 2010 at 09:06 pm

66, don't you remember that favre retired? TT and MM went down to Miss twice and asked him if he wanted to come back. Favre told them "no." then we he realized that he wanted to come back, MM said those famous words, "the train has left the station." do you remember that? then favre basically went all, "i deserve this b/c i'm given the packers everything. i want to go to the vikings." remember that he wanted to go to the vikings before being traded to the jets? remember how he asked to be released from the jets so he could go to the vikings and kick the crap out of the pack? remember those things? how are those things TT fault? do you live in WI? you probably don't realize how he pitted all of the media against wisconsin and the packers.

oh yeah, did TT throw a game losing NFC championship INT? it was time for the packers to move on to the future.

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FITZCORE1252's picture

October 20, 2010 at 10:56 pm

Don't bother. 66 is one of the most renowned trolls there is. He pops his head out of Granny's basement anytime Brent's name is mentioned or the queens are doing better than the GBP.

Total scrub.

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FITZCORE1252's picture

October 20, 2010 at 10:57 pm

FYI:

He also answers to 'Jeremiah's jockstrap'.

Did I mention he's a total scrub?

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WoodyG's picture

October 20, 2010 at 05:37 pm

Per Nagler .....

" I still love Brett Favre. "

You say this several times a year .... I think most get it by now ..... BTW, there are self-help groups all over the country that can break you of this curse .......

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KCousineau09's picture

October 20, 2010 at 05:42 pm

My take on Favre:

For 16 years I loved that guy like the older brother I never had. I used to ride my bike to Lambeau every day in late July/early August for training camp to chase him down and try to get his autograph (I was successful a handful of times) and to see him in person. I sat at Lambeau and chanted "ONE MORE YEAR" during the last game of the season from 2005 to 2007 with tears in my eyes. I cheered my ass off during Super Bowl 31, and pounded my head against the wall during Super Bowl 32. The epitome of the ups and downs. I will never forget those 16 years because, in part, they made me the Packer fan I am today.

But...my love for Brett took a huge turn towards disgust that fateful day last August. When he turned his back on Packer nation and joined the hated Vikings I couldn't handle it. You never would have seen any of the Glory Years guys join the hated Bears back in the day. How the hell can you join the Vikings and not expect some sort of backlash? To play the "woe is me" card and to think you don't deserve to be booed. Sorry Brett...you're the enemy now.

I'm sorry, but no one is bigger than this organization. Not Curly, not Tony, not Don, not Bart, not Vince, not Ray, not Reggie, not LeRoy, not Gilbert, and certainly not Brett. I am a Packers fan above all.

And by the way, I'll be there on Sunday and I'll boo his ass when he's on the field. But when the game is over and the clock says 0:00, I will stand up and give him a standing ovation just like I did last year.

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foundinidaho's picture

October 21, 2010 at 10:50 am

What Kyle said, except for I'll give him the finger at the end of the game. What is it C. Thomas Howell said in "Red Dawn?" - "My hate keeps me warm."

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cole's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:39 pm

Aaron we know you love Brett. If only he loved you or any packer fan. Fact is he only cares about himself.

Now you can wear you green #4 jersey during the game since you put your #12 jersey in the closet.

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Jack's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:46 pm

Touche.

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WoodyG's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:56 pm

It's called 'hitting the nail on the head'.

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braund-o's picture

October 20, 2010 at 09:07 pm

booo-yaaa

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PackerAaron's picture

October 20, 2010 at 09:15 pm

I don't own a Favre jersey.

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Wiscokid's picture

October 21, 2010 at 04:24 pm

Would you like to buy one?

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Jack's picture

October 20, 2010 at 06:45 pm

Okay, people, which of these shirts should I wear to the game at Lambeau on Sunday?

http://www.sconnie.com/c/products/view/1383/48

OR...

http://www.sconnie.com/c/products/view/1381/48

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DAWG's picture

October 21, 2010 at 06:32 pm

My vote goes to the 2nd one

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Wiscokid's picture

October 21, 2010 at 07:42 pm

Both are excellent choices.

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keeley2's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:00 pm

Packer fans - play nice!
Favre fans - go lay down by your dish.

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Wiscokid's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:06 pm

My office used to be a shrine to Brett. It all came down when he joined the Queens. I still can't watch him play in the f%^&&*g purple uniform. I wish that he would just REALLY retire already so I can start liking him again. Flushing 16 years of goodwill down the toilet just to get back at Thompson. I will never understand that.

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FITZCORE1252's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:18 pm

Use to really "love" the guy, as much as one could "love" any person they've never met. Since '07 that "love" has turned into a genuine disdain.

The way he handles/goes about his business is laughable. The way he plants built in excuses for any upcoming failures he may see on the horizon is transparent. The way he was in the locker room (wait he wasn't there). And now this whole blatant disregard for his wife and family (I'm assuming that's his junk. Aaron?), just proves the conclusion I came to several years ago is justified. I acknowledge his accomplishments in GB, but that doesn't mean I'm going to look past all the bullshit he's put the GBP and their fans through. Bottom line...

Dude's a S-C-R-O-T-E. I hope Clay Theisman's his ass Sunday. Really. Really. Do.

GBP 4 LIFE

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Wiscokid's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:46 pm

Save some the hate for the Queens on Sunday and Iowa on Saturday. Try to use your powers for good young Skywalker.

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Wiscokid's picture

October 20, 2010 at 07:48 pm

Oh yeah, GO PACKERS and GO BADGERS!!!!

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FITZCORE1252's picture

October 20, 2010 at 10:51 pm

Dude, I'm almost as stoked about that college tilt as Sunday night. Almost.

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FITZCORE1252's picture

October 20, 2010 at 10:50 pm

Always plenty of hate for the queens, Kid. And if we're playing Star Wars... I'm Yoda, I call.

GBP 4 LIFE

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Overkill's picture

October 21, 2010 at 02:37 am

"I know it was you...You broke my heart, Fravo...you broke my heart."

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October 21, 2010 at 08:06 am

Rofl

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DAWG's picture

October 21, 2010 at 06:48 pm

Lets hope he retires a Queen, fits him right!
Like he said, 09 was his favorite yr. as a playa-or maybe 08---Hey Jen-what up? Text me. uu===D 'Wink'

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DAWG's picture

October 21, 2010 at 07:11 pm

How do you say a SB victory, w/ Reggie and the gang, and over 14 yrs w/ one of the most storied franchises in the NFL- means less than one yr. w/ the storied Queens---OMFG

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Black Hawk's picture

October 21, 2010 at 11:49 pm

If our Pack goes 1-9 the rest of the season, that one win better come Sunday night. I, like many GBP fans want this one, we need this one!

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John's picture

October 22, 2010 at 10:29 am

Trace the time line people. Big Erv was more important to Brett's being a real man and professional than any of us knew. Erv would of kicked the crap out of him these last few years. Sad to lose your dad as I have, but it doesn't give me the right to not try to carry on what I was taught and act like a moron. OR to wear a purple jersey.

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glorious80s's picture

October 22, 2010 at 04:17 pm

A victory by the Packers Sunday night can go a long way toward healing. This team has a chance, AR has a chance, to put the past firmly in the past. Do the players get it????

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Black Hawk's picture

October 23, 2010 at 06:15 pm

Does McCarthy get it?

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DAWG's picture

October 23, 2010 at 11:46 pm

Please tell me, why it's wrong when Favre had no alliance to us it's OK, But when we had no alliance to him, we are ungraetfull?

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