Horrible. Atrocious. Unbearable. Unbelievable.
Regardless of who you are a fan of, or how you feel about Favre coming back for a 20th season, there is nothing that can compare to the sheer disappointment of watching perhaps the greatest quarterback to ever play the game end his career the way Brett Favre did in 2010 with the Vikings.
Favre, to the surprise of many, played his final game Week 13 in front of the Vikes' faithful, playing host to the Bills. Favre would take a big hit early and suffer a shoulder injury which would finally end his storybook career.
The ending to Favre's career makes us all ask the big question: should Brett have even decided to come back following his departure from the Pack after the 2007 season? Surely he had something left in the tank, right?
It's more than a question, folks. Favre's early "retirement" from Green Bay is a debate sure to last for years. He could have preserved his legacy from embarrassments such as this past season had he remained away from the game. However, at times he did prove this past year that he still possesses the ability to compete at such a level.
The debate of Favre's decision will never, ever be won. The only conclusion that can be mutually agreed upon is this: Favre's 2010 performance has without a doubt subtracted from his outstanding legacy and is certainly a horrible ending to his storybook career.