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I still can't believe they lost. Worst feeling in sports when you can almost taste a huge victory and it's ripped away from you.


It's a rough loss but the better team won. Once Greene was injured the offense came to an absolute halt and Manning eviscerated them in the second half.

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Nutsacjac wrote:
ForzaMets wrote:
I still can't believe they lost. Worst feeling in sports when you can almost taste a huge victory and it's ripped away from you.


It's a rough loss but the better team won. Once Greene was injured the offense came to an absolute halt and Manning eviscerated them in the second half.


Sadly, I was talking about the Vikings. :(


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My guess is that it will be forgotten to history, but Favre's final pick should go down as one of the worst sports mistakes in history. I'd rank it up there with Grady leaving Pedro in against the Yankees.


It's not even the worst INT of Favre's career :lol:


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As long as he throws picks to Giants and lies down so Giants can set records, he's OK in my book.


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Thejurisdoc wrote:
My guess is that it will be forgotten to history, but Favre's final pick should go down as one of the worst sports mistakes in history. I'd rank it up there with Grady leaving Pedro in against the Yankees.


I think Grady made the right decision. Pedro throws a 93/94 mph FB on the outside corner that Posada flares into shallow CF and it's a bad pitch?


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And another season of whether favre retires or returns episodes begins


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AllWrightNow wrote:
Thejurisdoc wrote:
My guess is that it will be forgotten to history, but Favre's final pick should go down as one of the worst sports mistakes in history. I'd rank it up there with Grady leaving Pedro in against the Yankees.


It's not even the worst INT of Favre's career :lol:


I know I am late in posting this but it is amazing how the media treats Favre. If McNabb or Romo throw that INT at the end of the game like Favre did, they would be getting hammered left and right by the media. But no he is Brett Favre, he is a gunslinger, etc. That play was horrific. Is everyone prepared to see Favre in July at some high school in Mississippi throwing with kids and saying he is coming back? I know he has a right to come back and all but he is such an ego-maniac.


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AllWrightNow wrote:
Thejurisdoc wrote:
My guess is that it will be forgotten to history, but Favre's final pick should go down as one of the worst sports mistakes in history. I'd rank it up there with Grady leaving Pedro in against the Yankees.


It's not even the worst INT of Favre's career :lol:


I know I am late in posting this but it is amazing how the media treats Favre. If McNabb or Romo through that INT at the end of the game like Favre did, they would be getting hammered left and right by the media. But no he is Brett Favre, he is a gunslinger, etc. That play was horrific. Is everyone prepared to see Favre in July at some high school in Mississippi throwing with kids and saying he is coming back? I know he has a right to come back and all but he is such an ego-maniac.


It's getting ridiculous from both sides. People are either glowingly lovey dovey about Favre or hate on everything he does.


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AllWrightNow wrote:
Thejurisdoc wrote:
My guess is that it will be forgotten to history, but Favre's final pick should go down as one of the worst sports mistakes in history. I'd rank it up there with Grady leaving Pedro in against the Yankees.


It's not even the worst INT of Favre's career :lol:


I know I am late in posting this but it is amazing how the media treats Favre. If McNabb or Romo through that INT at the end of the game like Favre did, they would be getting hammered left and right by the media. But no he is Brett Favre, he is a gunslinger, etc. That play was horrific. Is everyone prepared to see Favre in July at some high school in Mississippi throwing with kids and saying he is coming back? I know he has a right to come back and all but he is such an ego-maniac.


I hate him. He's such a phony it's not funny.

He's the Derek Jeter of football.

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I don't think Favre is a phony at all.


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tejdog1 wrote:
TrueBlue15 wrote:
AllWrightNow wrote:
Thejurisdoc wrote:
My guess is that it will be forgotten to history, but Favre's final pick should go down as one of the worst sports mistakes in history. I'd rank it up there with Grady leaving Pedro in against the Yankees.


It's not even the worst INT of Favre's career :lol:


I know I am late in posting this but it is amazing how the media treats Favre. If McNabb or Romo through that INT at the end of the game like Favre did, they would be getting hammered left and right by the media. But no he is Brett Favre, he is a gunslinger, etc. That play was horrific. Is everyone prepared to see Favre in July at some high school in Mississippi throwing with kids and saying he is coming back? I know he has a right to come back and all but he is such an ego-maniac.


I hate him. He's such a phony it's not funny.

He's the Derek Jeter of football.


His whole thing with trying to get back at the Packers in 08 was something you would see teenagers do. The Packers move on and make Aaron Rodgers their QB and Favre has to be a (insert word here) and get back at them by trying to go to the Vikings...It was so childish. He is a legend in GB and he treated them like crap all because of his ego. Well he got his wish a year later in going to Minnesota and he (and his team) blew a chance at getting back to the Super Bowl. I respect him as a player...How could you not when he put up 33 TD's and 7 INT's at the age of 40? However, his whole retire/unretire thing is such a joke.


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