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DLand
12-31-2010, 04:02 PM
Im so tired of Favre that if he starts the game(by passing medical tests). I'm not watching the game. Frazier wouldn't deserve the head coaching job either, because he would show me that he doesn't have either the leadership skills or the will to lead a team by not telling a future hall of famer he's done.

tastywaves
12-31-2010, 04:15 PM
Im so tired of Favre that if he starts the game(by passing medical tests). I'm not watching the game. Frazier wouldn't deserve the head coaching job either, because he would show me that he doesn't have either the leadership skills or the will to lead a team by not telling a future hall of famer he's done.

Easiest solution is to have him not pass the concussion test. Lets hope that's how it goes down.

Purple Floyd
12-31-2010, 04:26 PM
I just read that the NFL saw your post and decided to have him purposely fail the test so they don't lose a viewer.

Mr Anderson
12-31-2010, 04:30 PM
If Brett Favre Plays: He'll get hurt before the half, again.

tastywaves
12-31-2010, 04:31 PM
I just read that the NFL saw your post and decided to have him purposely fail the test so they don't lose a viewer.

They won't lose me either way, but I like the solution. Just don't take the test, and put his health first. If he failed it Wednesday, is it really going to be much different after 2-3 days?

I'm not a Favre hater or lover...but that dude just needs to sit at this point. Especially if he can't pass a concussion test mid week. What's the purpose for him at this point, other than one more interview in front of a camera after the game.

jrjohn
12-31-2010, 04:35 PM
Lions will hurt the noodle for sure, Maybe he needs one last hit so he doesn't get wishy washy in the off season.

Minniman
12-31-2010, 04:47 PM
Im so tired of Favre that if he starts the game(by passing medical tests). I'm not watching the game. Frazier wouldn't deserve the head coaching job either, because he would show me that he doesn't have either the leadership skills or the will to lead a team by not telling a future hall of famer he's done.
I agree. If Favre is not coming back, there is no need to have him play.

I can understand the NFL wanting to have Brett Favre play in his final NFL game for viewership, but that will not help the Vikings get ticket revenue, as it is an away game, or benefit the team in the future. The NFL and Fox Sports may want Favre to play, but neither are paying his salary or have to get ready for the Vikings next season of play - whenever that may be.

The Vikings should have put Favre on IR and found a way to get some of his salary paid via insurance.

ultravikingfan
12-31-2010, 07:52 PM
I think this may be just smoke and mirrors to the Lions.

I am sure Webb will play. With all the talk around Favre, the Lions do not know who to prepare for.

If Favre starts and plays more than a handful of plays (just to let him play his last game), then Leslie needs to go.