Posts Tagged ‘Brett Favre’

This year challenged many of our beliefs about sports issues and the athletes who play the games. The highlights and the lowlights of 2010 offered us important insights into what athletes face, and what fans expect and are willing to accept. How the games are played and what we think about sports going forward will most certainly be shaped by what happened in 2010.

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Okay I admit it. Brett Favre really did defy time. Quick release, pinpoint accuracy, almost all of his passes at just the right moment. That is how Brett Favre used to play in his prime. That’s how he played last night on Monday Night Football. Thanks largely to Favre, Minnesota won at home 30 to […]

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The Game of the Week is easily Green Bay against Minnesota on Monday Night Football. It will be Brett Favre’s first game against the Packers since he left the team two seasons ago. Favre denies its a revenge game. But don’t believe a word he says. Favre’s track record for honesty is pretty shaky these […]

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News flash …..,   Brett Favre finally signs with the Vikings.  That sounds familiar.  But wait, didn’t he say only a couple of weeks ago that he was not going to play again.   Seems we’d heard that before too!   What to believe?   Who to believe?  Certainly not Brett Favre!   I’m way […]

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Quarterbacks and the “It Factor”

Posted: 8th August 2008 by David Burnett in NFL, Quarterback
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Well Brett Favre found a home. And it didn’t take long. He will conclude his career with the New York Jets. How that works out only time will tell. History says that there is probably less than a 50 percent chance that he will be successful. Still no matter how it goes it doesn’t change […]

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Brett Favre At The End?

Posted: 6th August 2008 by David Burnett in NFL, Quarterback
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For most professional athletes the end never comes easy. This is most certainly the case for Brett Favre who will likely leave Green Bay bitter and angry. This is in stark contrast to the scene just a few months ago when Favre “retired” with tears in his eyes after 16 mostly spectacular years with the […]

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