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Packers: Favre Watch

Jclombardi reviews the Favre Watch.

Guest senior writer jclombardi @

With the approach of the 2010 NFL Season, the Favre watch is into full speed. You will notice below several Packers articles discussing him. Also, you can see an amusing inside look at his Hatfield and McCoy feud with HC McCarthy and GM Thompson in “Men’s Journal” magazine leading to the Packers trade with Jets before his next season move to the Vikings:

There was just silence. I said, ‘Well, what are we gonna do?’ They made it pretty clear I wasn’t going to play there, and I said, ‘How about the Vikings or even the Lions?’ I wanted to stay in the same division. They said that wasn’t going to happen, but maybe Tampa. I said, ‘Fine, trade me to Tampa. I’ll whip your asses in week four.’ Maybe that was a mistake. I’m flying back to Hattiesburg thinking I’m going to the Bucs, and I get off the plane and Bus tell me I’ve been traded to the Jets. I said, ‘Bull,’ but they were smart; they released the news so I’d look like an ass if I backed out.”

Other Favre Watch Headlines:

1. Another reason to believe Favre will return.

2. Favre has to determine how badly he wants to kick Pack’s ass.

3. Favre: Health not an issue.

4. Favre continues high school workouts.

So the sports nation, Vikings, Packers, and NFL await his decision. The great lesson for people is to remember that life and football are all about the intangibles in life, not always dollars and cents. You can understand things in life simply if you understand economics AND culture in the nation.

Again, as the song says (and figure it out), ”My fans they can’t wait.”

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One Response to “Packers: Favre Watch”

  1. […] the August issue of Men’s Journal,  we get a full look the “private world and tough choices” of the former Packer […]

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