Favre cries wolf. Wolf tells him to go F-himself.

Just shut the hell up already, you attention whore.

Let’s take a look back at just why Brett Favre’s “retirement announcement” is probably not even worthy of any posting by anyone anywhere anytime (this post notwithstanding):

March 2008: Favre tells Packers he is retiring.

February 2009: Favre tells Jets he is retiring.

August 2010: Favre tells Vikings he is retiring.

Personally, while I don’t wish injury on anyone, the only way this blathering “look at me look at me look at me!!!” crap will go away is a major injury that will make a return impossible. Because there is some sucker team out there that will keep taking a chance on an old way way past his prime can’t-perform-in-the-clutch QB.

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3 Comments

  1. Dwight Holmes
    Posted November 12, 2010 at 11:32 am | Permalink

    LOL. Hopefully, the Vikings’ lousy season this year will seriously tamp down any warm 7& fuzzy any general managers get about hiring him for next year.

  2. Posted November 12, 2010 at 11:36 am | Permalink

    Remember THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY? She was a Niners girl, right. Well, I predict that next year she can have Brett Farvrvre and still be loyal to her team.

    Write it down.

    Also, I predict that they’re going to remake that movie with Jenn Sterger in the lead….

    • Adam Lambert
      Posted November 12, 2010 at 11:46 am | Permalink

      HA!!! What a great movie that was.

      As a Seahawk fan, I’d love to see the Niners get him and set their rebuilding back a few more years.

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