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  • #16
    Much respect in Saints land for Brett.

    He is one tough bird.

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    • #17
      John Elway was pretty tough.

      It's hard to face the truth, but I suppose you yourself realize that if you'd had just a little more courage, just a little more strength of character, you could have been dead by now. No such luck.--P. J. O'Rourke--

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      • #18
        Man, Favre did take a beating last night. I bet he is in the whirlpool and in a semi-conscious fog at this moment.
        Brian

        "it aint nothin' but a jam"
        -Jimi Hendrix 10-10-68

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        • #19
          Not a Brett Favre fan but, the guy can still play the game.....make no mistake....he's one tough S.O.B.!
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          • #20


            Don't dislike either team, but I've never been much of a Bronco's fan or much of a Vikings/Farve fan, but I think I'd take my chances with Farve being pissed at me and half drunk than Elway. I had so much respect for him in that Superbowl. Maybe not the way to play your fifth to eighth season, but when you want it, you do what you have to do and he REALLY wanted it and I'd like to think most of the rest of the country wanted it for him as well.

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            • #21
              Much respect in Saints land for Brett.

              He is one tough bird.
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              • #22
                he had control of the ball the whole time.


                The ball can come in contact with the ground as long as the receiver demonstrates possession. His hand and forearm were under the ball when it contacted the ground
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                • #23
                  He's a 72 year old Asian nympho grandmother...as long we can say anything we want about him.

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                  • #24
                    Due to longevitiy he's probably one of the top three in modern NFL history behind Manning and Brady. Honestly, I don't really he's as great a QB as he's made out to be, but he's definitely good. I don't see how you can blame the refs for the Vikings losing when they turned the ball over 5-6 times, including two picks by Farve.

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                    • #25
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                      • #26
                        Man, Favre did take a beating last night. I bet he is in the whirlpool and in a semi-conscious fog at this moment.

                        He's probably tucked safely away in the land of Happy McDemerol!

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                        • #27
                          Due to longevitiy he's probably one of the top three in modern NFL history behind Manning and Brady. Honestly, I don't really he's as great a QB as he's made out to be, but he's definitely good. I don't see how you can blame the refs for the Vikings losing when they turned the ball over 5-6 times, including two picks by Farve.


                          I would apply your "he's not as great as he's made out to be..." comment to Brady more than I would to Favre. Brady is the product of a system and in the right place at the right time - and already appears that he might be on the decline.

                          No doubt Favre's longevity adds to his legacy, but anyone who can survive almost 20 years in the NFL with reasonably consistent success deserves to be put on a very high pedestal.

                          Yes, I am a Favre fanboy but I'm not sure I'd put him (modern day) top 3; top 5 for sure. IMO, Elway was easily the most complete package at QB ever. That is not to say the best modern day QB, although depending on what day you ask me I might give Elway that as well.

                          My top 3 in no particular order is Manning, Marino and Elway. Top 5 would round out with Montana and Favre.
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                          • #28
                            I am a Favre fanboy...


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                            • #29
                              Couldn't tell... oke:


                              No shame. I'm not a frontrunner. I've been on his bandwagon since ~'94. I was scarfing up his cards starting then on the Wall St flea markets. I used to tell the vendors he was the next Montana. They laughed. I've got quite a stack now.

                              Having said that am also a big Brees fan and I was torn the whole game especailly with Favre playing with the guts he did.

                              In the end I'm happy for Drew & co. Brett went down in a blaze of glory and left his heart on the field. Yes he made some mistakes last night and through his career but it's hard to trash a guy for trying too hard, always better than the alternative. You can't ask anything more of him. It's time he should go drive his tractor, play pickup ball in his Wranglers and spend time with his wife & daughters
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                              • #30
                                I predicted Colts and Saints 2 months ago...
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