Brett Favre: Packers Are Team to Beat

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Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers

Brett Favre likes the Green Bay Packers. He likes them to go all the way, even though just about everybody else sees some issues.

Those issues are on the defensive side of the ball, but the Packers’ offense is the reason Favre is picking his former team.

Listen to the old Gunslinger’s analysis.

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11 Comments on "Brett Favre: Packers Are Team to Beat"

  1. Kato

    Lol he is just sucking up to packers fans. There is no way he actually believes that. Hey Brett do you want to suit up and play corner?

  2. PF4L

    “Maybe the defense gives up a few plays” – Favre

    Maybe?……a few? F U!

    I wish he would just stfu about the Packers, i really do. There is a reason it took him so many years to come back to Green Bay, because he knew he wasn’t welcome because of his words and actions, and i’m not just talking about playing for the queens.

    I guess Favre hasn’t seen all the 30 and 40 burgers put up on our defense. When the Packers won the SB with Favre, he had the #1 defense backing his ass up, that only gave up 13.1 ppg.

    What’s next for Favre? If the Pack lose games 1, or 2. He can stand up and tell everyone how they under achieved? If anyone remembers, he’s that done before.

    Favre pissed away 2 NFCCG’s with interceptions. He won 1 Super Bowl in 20 years with Desmond Howard as the MVP. He threw 6 interceptions in 1 playoff game. His playoff record is absolutely horrible from 1998-2010.

    As long as TT, MM are here, he isn’t wishing the Packers well. That isn’t his style. And he should stop insulting our intelligence with his bs.

    That hillbilly fuck is still tryin to fuck with us.

    • Empacador

      This article would have come in handy earlier in the season when some poster was telling us Favre was held to the same level of criticism as Rodgers. Not just a bunch of malcontents on Total Packers as the narrative indicated. These beauties:

      “But no matter how many dumb passes he threw and how many playoff games he lost, Favre remains immune to criticism.”

      “Indeed, a decade after his last moments of glory, the football hype machine continues to paint Favre as a hallowed icon of Americana, a symbol of all that is right with sports, a Wild West gun-slinging good ol’ boy. There’s Brett on the farm! There’s Brett with his family! There’s Brett on the cover of Sports Illustrated! There’s Brett throwing another overtime interception!”

      “Favre was among the best in the game, once upon a time. Those days are long gone. Only the idolatry remains.”

      Thank you Sal Paolantonio!

  3. Empacador

    I thought there was a petition to keep Favre out of the stories here? He said they would be in the Super Bowl. Notice he didn’t say they would win it. That would mean Rodgers has more Super Bowl wins than him, and he couldn’t live with that.

    PF4L, you misread my comment about Favre falling to Holmgren in the “5 More Thoughts…” thread. No research needed, I know Favre’s history same as you. I said Favre wasn’t a project by the time McCarthy inherited him, not Holmgren. Holmgren was a saint, having to work with this colossal dumb ass all those years. Imagine if Holmgren had a QB that was a student of the game. In all fairness, Holmgren would still take a backseat to the great Mike McCarthy according to the McCarthy sect.

      • PF4L

        Yea Empac…..I’m starting to see the coaching genius of Mr. (wonderful) Mike McCarthy. Seems to me that Rodgers should show him more appreciation for guiding him, showing him “how to win”.

        I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that Rodgers would be like a lost puppy on the football field without McCarthy showing him the way.

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