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Joe Texan
10-31-2010, 03:29 PM
Man this hump is beyond the fundimentals of football, If he can't play the coach suffers. wHAT A HUMP DUDE YOU GOT A BROKEN LEG ET OUT OF THE GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!:mariopalm:

ziggy29
10-31-2010, 03:32 PM
Childress should get fired and coach the Cowboys. Jerry Jones likes guys who take coaching orders from others.

The more Favre pads his streak, the more some people lose respect for it. It's no longer a statement about toughness and durability; at this point it's a statement about his ego and selfishness.

Joe Texan
10-31-2010, 03:42 PM
I don't think this dude will quit till he gets paralyzed, Send Childress to Dallas and get Tony Romos ass back on the feild.

Marcus
10-31-2010, 05:55 PM
Well, now it looks like he's got a broken jaw after taking a helmet to the face.

If he plays next week, man . . .

SheTexan
10-31-2010, 06:17 PM
I DO NOT care what anyone has to say that is neg about Favre!! It's just to bad that half the players in the NFL don't have the guts, fortitude, passion, and TALENT this man has!! Brett is OLD SCHOOL football, and that is something that is being deleted every damn year. I admire him, and his attitude toward the game is something we will not see much of in the future. Bet ya a friggin buck or two that he won't let a broken jaw slow him down. Not like some of these wussies that sit the bench because they have a sore toe!!

NitroGSXR
10-31-2010, 07:27 PM
I DO NOT care what anyone has to say that is neg about Favre!! It's just to bad that half the players in the NFL don't have the guts, fortitude, passion, and TALENT this man has!! Brett is OLD SCHOOL football, and that is something that is being deleted every damn year. I admire him, and his attitude toward the game is something we will not see much of in the future. Bet ya a friggin buck or two that he won't let a broken jaw slow him down. Not like some of these wussies that sit the bench because they have a sore toe!!

Favre rocks!!!!! I hope he plays for another 10 years!!

Retired your sig? Farewell, Kris...

SheTexan
11-01-2010, 12:21 AM
Favre rocks!!!!! I hope he plays for another 10 years!!

Retired your sig? Farewell, Kris...

Yep!! Said I'd keep it until he signed with another team! With that done, come next Sunday, he's the enemy!!:)

Hervoyel
11-01-2010, 12:55 AM
I DO NOT care what anyone has to say that is neg about Favre!! It's just to bad that half the players in the NFL don't have the guts, fortitude, passion, and TALENT this man has!! Brett is OLD SCHOOL football, and that is something that is being deleted every damn year. I admire him, and his attitude toward the game is something we will not see much of in the future. Bet ya a friggin buck or two that he won't let a broken jaw slow him down. Not like some of these wussies that sit the bench because they have a sore toe!!

Emphasis mine.

There was a time when I believed that but not anymore. Old school football players aren't like this. They aren't drama queens or attention whores like Brett is. Old school guys get their butts in camp even if they limit the time they practice because they're older than their teammates.

Old school players didn't make their team suffer through the first 3-4 weeks of the season while they get back in playing shape and get back in synch with their receivers. Old school players don't need four guys to come to their house and stroke their ego to get onto a practice field.

Brett Favre looks more and more like Brett Michaels every year. He should just go ahead and get the reality show that he's heading for and be done with it. I've got respect left for him. Maybe he could coach but I doubt that threatening to retire from coaching every year would give him the satisfaction he needs to feed his ego.

thunderkyss
11-01-2010, 04:57 AM
I DO NOT care what anyone has to say that is neg about Favre!! It's just to bad that half the players in the NFL don't have the guts, fortitude, passion, and TALENT this man has!! Brett is OLD SCHOOL football, and that is something that is being deleted every damn year. I admire him, and his attitude toward the game is something we will not see much of in the future. Bet ya a friggin buck or two that he won't let a broken jaw slow him down. Not like some of these wussies that sit the bench because they have a sore toe!!

Kids these days.

However, before the game, my wife & I were watching NFL Gameday morning, & they showed Bret arriving at Jets stadium. There was another camera in his face.

I was pissed, and flipped to ESPN..... Farve walking down the stadium.

Flipped to Fox.... Farve walking down the stadium...

I told my wife I understand people hating on all the media coverage, but it's not his fault NFLN, Fox & ESPN are all up his ass.

NitroGSXR
11-01-2010, 06:59 AM
Kids these days.

However, before the game, my wife & I were watching NFL Gameday morning, & they showed Bret arriving at Jets stadium. There was another camera in his face.

I was pissed, and flipped to ESPN..... Farve walking down the stadium.

Flipped to Fax.... Farve walking down the stadium...

I told my wife I understand people hating on all the media coverage, but it's not his fault NFLN, Fox & ESPN are all up his ass.

They are not only up in his face but they have also painted a target on Favre's back. It's amazing just how much players have it out for him. Watching Favre get up after one violent takedown after another... after another...

Brett Favre is the manliest Jersey Shore wannabe in the National Football League.

HOU-TEX
11-01-2010, 09:12 AM
Well, now it looks like he's got a broken jaw after taking a helmet to the face.

If he plays next week, man . . .

I thought the same thing, especially the way he was all fetal while riding in the cart. 8 stitches caused the most durable QB in the league to act like he had his face caved in? I like Favre, but man, he really acted like a puh c yesterday.

MightyTExan
11-01-2010, 09:13 AM
hush, little baby, don't say a word...............................
http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i268/ecko979/favre-480x360.jpg

SheTexan
11-01-2010, 09:43 AM
I thought the same thing, especially the way he was all fetal while riding in the cart. 8 stitches caused the most durable QB in the league to act like he had his face caved in? I like Favre, but man, he really acted like a puh c yesterday.

NO, he did not HT!! He did what he was told. He was bleeding and they thought he might have a broken jaw. You turn them on their side if you're not sure so the blood can drain out of the mouth. IF he had broken his jaw, coughing up blood would be real difficult. We're not down on that field to know what they assessed, but, I'm assuming they thought he had fractured his jaw. At least that's what all the media guys were saying. They took precautions and Brett did what he was told. JMO!

HERV! Old school football players did NOT have constant media coverage, and jacka**es with microphones glued to every part of their body, following them around, camping out at their house, bugging their phones, and invading every minute of their private life. It's easy to paint someone as a "drama queen" or an "attention whore" when they have a constant barage of media type wanting to get their own 15 min of fame. Sure, he's made mistakes, BUT, he always comes out swinging. How many Houston Texans do you know that would play with a broken foot? Hell, Kubiak makes them sit the bench if they have a hangnail!! I think he's very OLD SCHOOL, and gives them his all, regardless of his age, or media hype. He does it because he loves the GAME of football and for some reason does not want to give it up.

thunderkyss
11-01-2010, 09:49 AM
NO, he did not HT!!

I'd love to see any "man" on this board take a shot like that to the jaw from a guy half that LBs size & walk off the field.

Dude's helmet hit Favre on the chin. Not on the Helmet, not on the facemask, not on the shoulder pad.

On the chin.

JB
11-01-2010, 09:58 AM
I'd love to see any "man" on this board take a shot like that to the jaw from a guy half that LBs size & walk off the field.

Dude's helmet hit Favre on the chin. Not on the Helmet, not on the facemask, not on the shoulder pad.

On the chin.

Actually, it hit his shoulder first and rode up & hit the chin.

Dutchrudder
11-01-2010, 09:58 AM
I don't see what the big deal is. We talk about players needing to step up on the Texans all the time. If the coach isn't going to coach the team, Favre might as well step up and do it.

silvrhand
11-02-2010, 06:27 AM
Shrug, I don't think he was coming back this year anyways.. They came down there and talked him into going to training camp. This should be his last year he's just too banged up now.

TimeKiller
11-03-2010, 07:46 AM
You know it's going to be a game....who will be the legend killer? Sit Brett, sit. Good boy.