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Old 03-24-2012, 05:53 PM   #251
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i am not a big favre fan, and i have enjoyed watching the cowboys (mostly) beat his ass over the years, but i do respect the man's game, and in that game against the saints, being as ancient as he is and all, he took a serious beating and stood tall. i respect the hell out of that. given that it seems the saints were targeting him for more than just qb hurries, it makes it all the more impressive that he finished that game, and sorta absolves him (a little) from his patented brett-favre-ends-a-playoff-game-with-an-interception play.[/QUOTE]

Thats probably the most objective reply Ive seen on the net that game pissed me off so much because the Vikings were clearly the better team that night and they ended up losing because of bad calls and dirty underhanded playing from the saints. Farve did stand tall he leg was wrecked eventually he had to have surgery on his ankle
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Old 03-25-2012, 04:22 AM   #252
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i am not a big favre fan...but i do respect the man's game
He was gamer and helped the Green Bay community in innumerable ways.
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:00 AM   #253
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He was gamer and helped the Green Bay community in innumerable ways.
but he's just such an insufferable egoist. his shucksy good ole boy routine belies a shrewd narcissist. which is fine. ultimately, as a football player, he was pretty incredible and inarguably tough. just a heart-breaker late in big games, though.

and totally owned by the cowboys of the nineties
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:56 AM   #254
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but he's just such an insufferable egoist. his shucksy good ole boy routine belies a shrewd narcissist. which is fine. ultimately, as a football player, he was pretty incredible and inarguably tough. just a heart-breaker late in big games, though.

and totally owned by the cowboys of the nineties
Wait a second, are you suggesting there is such a thing as a forthright and completely unselfish NFL quarterback?
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Wait a second, are you suggesting there is such a thing as a forthright and completely unselfish NFL quarterback?
Jay Cutler, Philip Rivers...

But, No i see where Nancy is coming from Farve and his media coverage form retirement to unretirement became very old. The way in which he did it was classless, holding the Packers hostage after he announced he wanted to come back. Also his alleged infidelity and little snipes at Aaron Rodger's dont help his cause. Sure lost of Qbs have been just like him, but usually arent as successful.
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Old 03-25-2012, 09:27 AM   #256
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But, No i see where Nancy is coming from Farve and his media coverage form retirement to unretirement became very old. The way in which he did it was classless, holding the Packers hostage after he announced he wanted to come back. Also his alleged infidelity and little snipes at Aaron Rodger's dont help his cause. Sure lost of Qbs have been just like him, but usually arent as successful.
The boorish Packer organization forced him into retirement. I'm sure it was difficult for him to weigh the pros and cons of tarnishing his legacy by going to the Jets (eek), but he redeemed himself and showed up GB by taking his Hall of Fame status into MN and putting forth a career year. I can't see Rodgers coming close to Favre in longevity.
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The boorish Packer organization forced him into retirement. I'm sure it was difficult for him to weigh the pros and cons of tarnishing his legacy by going to the Jets (eek), but he redeemed himself and showed up GB by taking his Hall of Fame status into MN and putting forth a career year. I can't see Rodgers coming close to Favre in longevity.
Yeah, but thats an outlandish expectation to put on ANY Qb. The fact is though, that AR has as many rings as Brett Farve.
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Yeah, but thats an outlandish expectation to put on ANY Qb. The fact is though, that AR has as many rings as Brett Farve.
How many SB-winning QBs are NOT in the Hall of Fame? There must be more than a handful. So, basically you're putting Rodgers in the same van as Dilfer.
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How many SB-winning QBs are NOT in the Hall of Fame? There must be more than a handful. So, basically you're putting Rodgers in the same van as Dilfer.
Look if youre just ganna be moronic about it fine. I didnt say Aaron Rodgers was better than Favre, i didnt say he was HoFer, All i said was AR has as many SB wins as Favre(lifetime) AND he has had more than favre has had since favre left to go play else where. Thats really all it boils down to. SB wins. Do you think that say....Jim Kelly would trade his bust in Canton for a SB win?
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Look if youre just ganna be moronic about it fine. I didnt say Aaron Rodgers was better than Favre, i didnt say he was HoFer, All i said was AR has as many SB wins as Favre(lifetime) AND he has had more than favre has had since favre left to go play else where. Thats really all it boils down to. SB wins. Do you think that say....Jim Kelly would trade his bust in Canton for a SB win?
Dude, you're wasting minutes of your life conversing with that guy.

And Favre has never been as good as Rodgers has been the last couple of years. He's played the position at a level we've never seen before.
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