Brett Favre: Where's The Dignity?

Divya ParmarSenior Analyst IJuly 28, 2009

SEATTLE - DECEMBER 21:  Quarterback Brett Favre #4 of the New York Jets is hit after passing by Brandon Mebane #92 of the Seattle Seahawks on December 21, 2008 at Qwest Field in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks defeated the Jets 13-3.(Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Good ole' Brett is at it again. He "retired" today, just like he "retired" last year.

What the hell Brett? What's with this circus?

Don't go all the way down this path only to turn back. Don't put teams and fans through all this hope year after year.

Where's the respect for the game? How about being a class act? This reality show is totally unwarranted. You need to learn how to make a decision and stick with it.

He's like "the boy that cried wolf." For every antic Brett pulls, he loses credibility. No one believes him anymore, and everyone is sick of hearing about him.

If Brett really wants to end this saga and gain his credibility back, he needs to just sign his retirement papers already. Until pen hits paper, I refuse to believe him, no matter how many tears come out of his eyes.

Brett Favre has as much credibility as a smoker who always says that he will quit, but never does. Basically, he has no credibility whatsoever. Why should I believe anything he says? 

Brett will say one thing, but then decide to do another. Who knows? He will probably come back and start for the Vikings by Week One.

His actions represent a lack of respect for the NFL and the sport of football. His bait-and-switch maneuver is tactless and unacceptable.

Brett, just have some dignity please, and end this long affair.