Brett Farve Farewell...Really!

Dondi Raider@dondiraiderContributor IFebruary 11, 2009

First, let me say that I loved watching Brett Favre play.  He had passion, a love of the game and a childlike heart.  And he was flat-out amazing.  One of the greatest players in ALL sports history!

He will be missed.  Now let’s move on!

Come on you networks, who give new meaning to "beat a dead horse."  We went through this episode last year to a point past nausea.

Your coverage, it's like throw up, you do it, you clean it up and it's over.  I don't know about you, but I ain't into revisiting barf!  Period.

We don’t need to start the “will he or won’t he come back” stuff either.  That goes not only to the networks, but to the rest of the media, TV, radio, Internet, etc.

Again, I’ve got nothing against Favre. Just let the man retire into the sunset, peacefully!

 

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