Brett Favre

Is Brett Favre's career over even if he wants to play next season, can he? I personally think that his career is over because right now every game he plays he gets injured if vikings release him then i think he won't have a team next year because he's too old and rundown.

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  • peace
  • December 26, 2010, 4:51 pm
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    Honestly, Its up to him. If he wants to play he can. There will be some team without a reliable quarterback who would be desperate enough to get him. Or, if an owner just wants to sell tickets they may go after him too. I do however think that this is his last year. He couldn't recreate the magical season he had last year so he probably realizes its over. Everybody can insult him all they want but the fact of the matter is that he played his ass off for almost 20 years and will go down as one of the greatest of all time. I for one will be sad to see him go.

    agreed my good sir
    - 24paperwings December 27, 2010, 10:51 am
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    its over for him he knows it and we know it. it was an incredible run but it had to end sometime.

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    His career is over. He should've retired after last season.

    • Pharmon
    • December 26, 2010, 7:01 pm
    Amen to that.
    - TexBex December 28, 2010, 4:08 am
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    Tits or GTFO hahaha

    But seriously, the geezer is too old and it's a joke he still plays.

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    He already said that this is his final season, but I expect that he'll play his last game next week.

    you actually believe him when he says this is my last season
    - peace December 26, 2010, 7:35 pm
    He has been getting his ass whooped all season and his team doesn't have their own stadium the vikings would cut him if he wasn't on injury reserve.
    - sickness December 26, 2010, 7:39 pm
    - peace December 27, 2010, 5:32 am
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    I think that Favre will be done after this season, although I honestly wouldn't be surprised if he kept trucking through. Even though Favre had a good season with the Vikings last year, these star players just don't seem to do well once they leave their original teams. When Favre left the Packers his career suffered and when McNabb left the Eagles his career also suffered (McNabb is expected to finish the rest of his season as a 3rd string QB for the Redskins). Both of these quarterbacks are legendary, even though their most recent stats may not show it. They have worked hard and are reluctant to leave because once they do, they will be out of the spotlight. That kind of attention is just hard to give up.

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    The dude needs to stop saying, "I'm retiring!" Then coming back at the beginning of the next season after skipping all the training camps and stuff. That's what's causing him all this grief is the fact that he's missing all the preseason camps and is getting semi-out of shape. His last season was a complete disaster and he needs to actually retire and stay that way.

    • Disco
    • December 27, 2010, 11:37 am
    If you are referring to his 2009 season with the Vikings, I don't get how you can say it was a complete disaster. He took the Vikings to the NFC Championship game with a 12-4 record and had a great season. But I still agree that he needs to retire.
    - xlivewire7x December 27, 2010, 11:46 am
    The dude is old and getting pummeled left and right. How many injuries has he had in the past two seasons, far more than anyone else would care to have. He's thrown far too many interceptions and he's gotten sacked a helluva a lot more than what did in Green Bay. He needs to retire before he kills himself.
    - Disco December 27, 2010, 4:07 pm
    But that's misleading. In the 09 season he had only 7 interceptions (2nd least in his career), 2 fumbles (least in his career), a QB rating of 107.2 (greatest in his career), threw for over 4200 yards (3rd most in his career), and 33 touchdowns (tied for 4th most in his career with 1994). The number of sacks he's taken is on par with the average of sacks per year in his time with Green Bay between 1992 and 2000 (his average number of sacks per game this year is actually less than that). Also, the number of sacks a quarterback receives is not always entirely their fault; the offensive line is supposed to hold the line and keep the defense from getting to him.

    He should've retired after his first year with the Vikings, his stats were amazing that year and he could've ended his career on a great note.
    - xlivewire7x December 27, 2010, 5:14 pm
    That was his 09' season. Look where he is now. He's getting nowhere fast and he isn't breaking any more records. His starting game streak was cut off because of an injury, which in his past, he could've said, "Screw this", and kept on playing through it. Now they're question whether he's going to play his last game. The Vikings have no shot of making the play-offs this season, so he really doesn't even have a reason to play. He's getting old, he's getting slow, he's getting weak, and he's making too much drama over himself. He needs to retire.
    - Disco December 28, 2010, 3:33 am
    I agree completely which is why he should've retired at the end of his 09 season.
    - xlivewire7x December 28, 2010, 7:29 am
    Finally we agree on something, lol.
    - Disco December 28, 2010, 7:59 am
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