Should Favre have retired?

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  1. WWJD

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    I haven't seen a Packer game this year start to finish but I keep reading about the horrific year Brett is having.

    I know he contemplated retiring last year when his wife became ill but obviously did not.

    Opinions?

    I like the guy...he's a fantastic player to watch and lots of fun. I hate for him to go down in such a lowly fashion but perhaps, in hindsight, he should have given it up already.
     
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    See that's what I meant....I haven't seen a Packers game but I am almost certain that he has had some really bad games or game....interception problems. I know they have a really bad offensive team which use to be the team strength.

    Surely some things are not the QB's fault entirely but Brett is one of those I had hoped would go out on a good note and I guess I'm equating the team success or lack of with his own personal success.

    He'll be missed when he retires anyway.
     
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    Don't forget, they've also lost their pro-bowl WR Javon Walker for the season as well.
     
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    He also lost two of his offensive lineman as well in Rivera and Wahl.
     
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    And dont forget that Favre is the guy that told Walker to come to camp and not worry about his contract...
     
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    Favre broke "Rule Number 1" of the Sportsman's Guide

    Sportsman's Guide

    Rule #1 - Never get involved in another player's contract issues.

    Rule #2 - Never confess to any crime, no matter how guilty you look.

    Rule #3 - Don't be gay, and if you are, don't tell anyone.
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  9. Time for Farve to pack it in, his team is going nowhere anyways. He must want some sort of record.

    ---Happy Birthday Huge
     
  10. FILO_girl

    FILO_girl I'm not here

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    My Brett Favre is still one of the best.
    The Pack are having a 'challenged' time. Like my #1 team. :texflag:

    Go Pack!! You are still dear to me in the #2 position and Brett....you are my all time fave and the reason I started watching football in the first place.

    Favre rules! No, he retires when HE wants to.
    He is a football great and a fine American. :)
     

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