Posts Tagged Brett Favre

Reports of Brett Favre’s Demise Were Not Greatly Exaggerated

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Jay Glazer reporting:

FOXSports.com has learned that legendary quarterback Brett Favre has decided to retire. In fact, it’s believed he informed the Packers of his decision within the last few days, although it’s unclear when Favre and the team will make his decision known.

I hope the folks at Packers.com are prepared for this.

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HALFTIME ENTERTAINMENT: Favre Agitates Walrus

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NFL Divisional Playoffs: Seattle Seahawks (11-6) vs. Green Bay Packers (13-3), 2nd Quarter

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5:28 ET: Well, the prospects of Seattle regaining the momentum just took another hit as tight end Marcus Pollard loses a fumble, and the Packers are now in prime position to take the lead, starting from the Seahawks 19.

5:33 ET: Brett Favre to Greg Jennings, touchdown. The Packers have scored 21 unanswered points to take the lead. The Seahawks need to do something quickly or the game could get out of hand.

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Seahawks-Packers Playoff Rematch Sells Itself

No exploitation of tragedies, no talk of disrespect, no vengeful head coaches, no team on a crusade to destroy the record books just to wave its collective johnson around and tell themselves “we showed them!” The storyline here is much simpler: Matt Hasselbeck is looking to atone for the nightmarish game-ending interception he threw to Al Harris in the Wild Card Round of the 03-04 playoffs, allowing the team that drafted him to knock his present team out of the playoffs.

Standing in his way is the man the very same individual who stood in his way in Green Bay, legendary Packers quarterback Brett Favre — who, at age 38, seems to have rediscovered his old form and led his team to a 13-3 regular season record.

Sometimes, less is more. Below, Favre discusses Hasselbeck’s infamous “we want the ball and we’re gonna score!” declaration prior to Harris’s fateful pick.

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