Why I Hate Brett Favre

John KruegerContributor IAugust 13, 2009

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL - FEBRUARY 28:  In this handout photo provided by Disney , Brett Favre, who recently announced his retirement, lounges with Goofy on February 28, 2009 at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Favre, who holds multiple NFL records including most passing yards in a career, is at Walt Disney World this weekend for 'ESPN The Weekend,' a sports-themed fan event held at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park.  (Photo by Matt Stroshane/Disney Via Getty Images)

Because he only won one Super Bowl.

Because too may people think he is better than Bart Starr, ( Look at the stats)

Because he cost Packer fans Super Bowls by throwing costly interceptions.

Because every year he lifted us up and then let us down.

Because he is a practiced liar. ( See, tears in his eyes, I'm retiring)

Because people in Wisconsin believe in him, ( Still!)

Because he rejected a 25 million dollar offer to stay a Packer, forever.

Because he wants to come back as a Viking.

Although he's a multi-millionaire.

Because he wants to come back as a Viking mid-season, (lazy).

Because he is all about him and he claims he's all about the game.

Because he's not a winner. He's the opposite.

Because he'll end up in the Hall of Fame.

No wonder he's so comfortable hanging out with Goofy.

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