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supa_fly_steeler
01-31-2010, 01:28 PM
Find any minnesota fans hate towards brett favre and post here :applaudit:

i would love to have peppers in minnesota but we wasted all our money on #4
You idiot he took you to the NFC Championship, enjoy being Super Bowless for the next few years :tt04:

Godfather
01-31-2010, 07:39 PM
Don't worry, they'll trade for McNabb in about 4 or 5 years and then they can lose yet another NFCCG.

BrandonCarr39
01-31-2010, 10:58 PM
Both Andy Reid and Brad Childress are VERY close buddies(since their days in Wisconsin - Reid as a Packers assistant, and Childress as a Uni of WI assistant) - I'll bet Childress and Reid have been talking on the phone all week trying to discuss any kind of trade(assuming Favre retires).

Anyhow - Favre didn't blow that game for the Vikings - thanks to that 12th man in the huddle, it took them out of FG range, so it was nothing more than a desperation pass by Favre. Plus Childress made a huge boo-boo by just merely playing for the FG when the range was at 51 yards. If anything, if the Vikings had bothered to secure the ball decently, they would have won that game by double digits.

Not sure if they would have beaten Indy though - McKinnie and their RT would have gotten manhandled by Freeney and Mathis. And Manning would have shredded their pass D.

supa_fly_steeler
02-01-2010, 05:47 AM
Both Andy Reid and Brad Childress are VERY close buddies(since their days in Wisconsin - Reid as a Packers assistant, and Childress as a Uni of WI assistant) - I'll bet Childress and Reid have been talking on the phone all week trying to discuss any kind of trade(assuming Favre retires).

Anyhow - Favre didn't blow that game for the Vikings - thanks to that 12th man in the huddle, it took them out of FG range, so it was nothing more than a desperation pass by Favre. Plus Childress made a huge boo-boo by just merely playing for the FG when the range was at 51 yards. If anything, if the Vikings had bothered to secure the ball decently, they would have won that game by double digits.

Not sure if they would have beaten Indy though - McKinnie and their RT would have gotten manhandled by Freeney and Mathis. And Manning would have shredded their pass D.

yea agreed but who would be the eagles starter in the city of "brotherly love" mike vick? kevin kolb he had a few good games but played bad the season before.

whoever it is will still get booed

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-01-2010, 10:39 AM
I still think Favre is gonna retire....AGAIN....because Childress tried to bench him. Then he will come back, AGAIN to play for the Eagles and mentor Kevin Kolb as the future QB, while taking the Eagles to the playoffs and again imploding by turning the ball over.

To what TNewmann said about the 12 men in the huddle. I notice Aaron Rodgers back out of his offensive huddle several times a game to avoid too many men penalties. Favre could have easily done that and avoided the penalty. Instead he spends his post game telling reporters that "my leg is gonna be purple from the knee down tomorrow.....guaranteed". The guy is such a self centred drama queen. :doh:

steelerdave1969
02-01-2010, 01:10 PM
I like Favre, but I dont want to hear about him the rest of the offseason every day until the first game of the season is started on that thursday nighter in New Orleans or Indianaplis... Just make a decision and stick with it Brett

steelreserve
02-01-2010, 01:15 PM
Don't worry, they'll trade for McNabb in about 4 or 5 years and then they can lose yet another NFCCG.

If they fire their head coach and get Cowher, maybe they can lose two or three conference championships.

Ba-ZING!

HometownGal
02-01-2010, 03:16 PM
I like Favre, but I dont want to hear about him the rest of the offseason every day until the first game of the season is started on that thursday nighter in New Orleans or Indianaplis

This is where I'm at. There is a helluva lot more to discuss in the offseason than . . . .

http://www.eastfairmont.com/blog/favre.jpg