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Old 11-29-2011   #26
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Default Re: Kubiak Won't Rule Out Favre

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Originally Posted by NFLObserver11 View Post
I am not sure if Favre is an option at this point however; for those not wanting the so called "circus" please remember that Brett's "circus"

A) Put the losing New York Jets back on the NFL map with an 8-3 record and if not for the arm injury, they were probably headed deep into the playoffs. Coincidently they have been a potentially contending team ever since !

B) Took the Minnesota Vikings The to within one game of the SB in one of the most exciting Viking seasons in at least a decade.

C) Brought countless of extra million dollars of revenue to each franchise.

* ) The Texans QB situation does not require the same amount of risk taking that was required of Favre in either of those franchises so his experience and a bit of solid play could very easily be enough to put us over the top !!

Just my opinion but I would gladly take the media circus that comes with Brett because these windows of opportunity to have a legitimate shot at the SB are rare for most teams; so you have to take a shot at "every bit of advantage" you can put your hands on to potentially put you over the edge !!

I would knock on Brett's door to take a shot rather than take the "politically correct safe route" but I have also learned the hard way in over 20 years of gambling that you will never finish first in a Major Tournament by playing it safe if you are fortunate enough to get to the edge of a final table !!!1
No, but he will still risk it over and over again. Against the Jags the other day, he would have tried to thread the needle way to many times and thrown pick after pick when all we needed was to keep their higher scoring defense off the field. If that sounds backwards, it is; it's the Jags.
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