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Old 07-17-2008, 12:46 PM   #11
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Default Re: AccuScore: How would teams fare with Favre?

AccuScore??? What a crock....Sounds about as scientific as Madden 08

It's just a matter of time until every conceivable aspect of the Favre drama is addressed by the media. Favre has managed to truly transcend all that is newsworthy. Brittany Spears, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Maddonna , and A Rod all put together got nothing on Brett.

I just feel bad for T.O. and Chad, they must be.............never mind.
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Old 07-17-2008, 02:26 PM   #12
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I don't recall Franco retiring and then coming out of retirement to play. He was let go by the Steelers, then went to seattle to play. Entirely two different situations.

Basically, I can do without all the damn drama from Favre.
I'll concede that it was different, but I guess my point was that even though Franco left for more money, which I believe was the case, it didn't hurt his legacy with Steeler fans. As such should be the case with Favre and football fans in general IMO>
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The difference is that Franco didn't play a bunch of head games with the Steelers organization.
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[QUOTE=xfl2001fan;413842]The difference is that Franco didn't play a bunch of head games with the Steelers organization.[/QUOTE


Call them what you want....but Favre gives GB the best chances of winning a championship.
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The difference is that Franco didn't play a bunch of head games with the Steelers organization.[/QUOTE


Call them what you want....but Favre gives GB the best chances of winning a championship.
No argument there. But is it worth the price? TO gave the Eagles their best chance at a SB a few years ago, it worked for about one year, then it was all crap. Favre is heading down that path.
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No argument there. But is it worth the price? TO gave the Eagles their best chance at a SB a few years ago, it worked for about one year, then it was all crap. Favre is heading down that path.
I'll have to seriously disagree with that statement. The man has been playing for like 17 years or so. No issues other than decisiveness when it comes to leaving the game. That's it. And regardless of what you may think about TO, he does make a team better. He took McNabb to what will be his only SB appearance.
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Default Re: AccuScore: How would teams fare with Favre?

Crap, computer lagged, need to edit the post,

Should Favre come back, you have the chance of a divided lockerroom. Those that are sick of his antics and those that revere him.

I didn't say TO was a bad player, but is he worth the price? He tore up both the Eagles and the 49ers. I don't know how Jerry Jones has done it, but he's managed to keep TO under control in Dallas.

I wouldn't completely count out McNabb. You never know, he could end up as a backup for a SB contender! LOL
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NFC Title game last year says that they can play for NOW.
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Yes, but at what cost to the future?
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