Favre situation making you want a beer?

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Check out this quote from Paul Hornung:

“When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading.”
Nice.
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7 Responses to “Favre situation making you want a beer?”

  1. 56Coop Says:

    According to the Packer Daily Briefing Barbre is making an excellent transition to offensive right tackle and did a godd job against Kampman who by the way, is getting more comfortable with the new defense every practice. Purple People Eaters…..

  2. Cindy V Says:

    This from MSNBC.com about the best and worst moves. This was inthe worse moves category.

    Vikings play footsie with Favre
    Brett Favre played in two consecutive Super Bowls. A dozen years ago.

    Yet his name and the word “championship” keep finding their way into the same sentence despite abundant evidence that, when the stakes are highest, he will make epic mistake after epic mistake.

    The Jets got a taste of it last year. The Vikings have lined up to get themselves a piece of it this year.

    So Favre, with an arm likely diminished by recent biceps surgery, prepares to join a Vikings team that has a championship-caliber defense and an all-world running back. And he brings the media circus, overblown expectations and uncertainty about how deep his commitment runs. Have fun with that, Minny!

    • Campbell Says:

      You sound totally unimpressed with his 16 years as a Packer. You and the other Favre bashers “doth protest too much” devoting paragraph after paragraph diminishing everything the guy did as the GB qb.

      The MJS website ran a short video of Favre throwing to the high-schoolers. It’s gotten 950 hits as opposed to Rodgers & Co’s otas which garnered half that amount.

      SOMEBODY finds this old man interesting, even if they’re trashing him. Let’s hope the 2009 team, excuse me, “Aaron’s Team”, garners the same on their way to the playoffs.

  3. bucky Says:

    I was thinking that it made me want some tequila, but a beer would be ok too.

  4. 56Coop Says:

    Well, for what it;s worth there are now reports the deal is done. Here we go folks—-

    http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/31475915/ns/sports-nfl/

  5. 56Coop Says:

    Kinda makes you wonder how a soldier in Afghanistan could be a valid source though

  6. Campbell Says:

    The hype usually does not match the event and if Favre does become a Viking, you know there will be a blizzard of hype for Rodgers, Cutler and old #4.

    A team’s fortune runs in cycles, and I have the strangest feeling that Detroit’s turn is due and Stafford will end up the winner.

    Just a hunch..but you never know.

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