He's BACK! Brett Favre Comes Out Of Retirement Again.

Kris CarlsonCorrespondent IAugust 18, 2009

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 28:  Brett Favre #4 of The New York Jets looks to pass against The Miami Dolphins during their game on December 28, 2008 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Brett Favre has come back yet again.  This time he has come back to the one division that he shouldn't have.  Brett Favre reportedly arrived in Minnesota today to sign with the Minnesota Vikings.  I am a Packer fan, all the way through.  I loved Brett when he played with the Packers, he was amazing.  Then he retired, I was sad to see him go but it happened.  Then he signed with the New York Jets last season and I felt a little angry that he told the Green Bay Packers community that he was done with football.  After this past season he retired yet again.  Now he gets off of the plane to sign with the Packers conference rival the Vikings!  To me I think that this might be one of the worst teams that Brett could come to.  He comes back to a division that is very competitive.  The Bears defense is good and the Packers defense is up there as well.  Brett knows now that whenever he has to play against the Bears or the Packers he is in for one very big fight.  Favre has very little depth at receiver, not like he did at Green Bay.  He even had better depth while he was playing for the New York Jets.  Now he is playing for Minnesota a team with a mediocre receiving corps; but with an amazing 1-2 combo of running backs.  Minnesota has Adrian Petereson and Chester Taylor, with these two running the ball Brett should have no problem with the offense.  The Vikings defense is good, and the Lions well lets continue on.  Brett Favre is already a future Hall of Famer but if he keeps jumping from team to team he might not be a first ballot Hall of Famer like he could be if he were to stay retired.  Brett Favre is one of the greatest to ever play the game, if he thinks that he has still got it then that is all him.  But, me personally I think he should have stayed retired because now he is going to have the toughest season in his NFL career.