From 2008, when Brett Favre exited Green Bay, to when Bears rookie Corey Wooton threw him down on the cold turf of the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium in December, nothing had gone the way the legend had planned.
He suffered a concussion when he was slammed into rock-hard ground, the last of a slew of injuries since he cut ties with the Packers. It was his final play in the NFL, unless he goes back on the retirement papers he signed in January. I guess it was better than an interception in the NFC Championship to end your career.
Favre never texted his successful successor, Aaron Rodgers, to congratulate him about his Super Bowl MVP award, but he was probably too busy texting Jen Sterger anyway. It's time to get to No. 4's biggest failures over his final three seasons after he left Green Bay.