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Spielman on Favre: "We'll let him decide"

Vikings V.P. of player personnel Rick Spielman spoke Saturday at the only NFL event which includes snowmobiles.   It didn’t long for Spielman to be asked about the man known for his love of tractors.

We’ll let [Brett Favre] decide what he wants to do. We’d love to have him back for another year so we can make another run at this,” Spielman told Judd Zulgdad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.

That quote doesn’t reveal much, but it’s not bad for mid-February.  If we were prone to reading too much into things, it sounds like Spielman shares Ray Edwards’ feelings that he’s cool with Favre missing offseason work as long as he’s there for Week One.

That worked out pretty well last year.

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  1. Occam says: Feb 13, 2010 8:23 PM

    Favre had something said about him???? What a prima donna.

  2. Igottz5onit says: Feb 13, 2010 9:04 PM

    On a similar note, I let my 5 year-old daughter decide what we are going to eat for dinner tonight. So we are having ice cream with cupcakes and sprinkles with a side of cherry coke…

  3. slipkid says: Feb 13, 2010 9:09 PM

    “we’re held hostage”

  4. halestorm74 says: Feb 13, 2010 9:12 PM

    As a viking fan I truly hope he returns. After all those years of suffering defeat at the hands of him I can finally say that Brett is all as good as the legend that preceeds him. #4 we want you back in purple for at least another year. Lets finish this thing

  5. mike says: Feb 13, 2010 9:21 PM

    We will let him decide cause without him we are nothing.

  6. Fan of Football says: Feb 13, 2010 9:23 PM

    Despite what the press has tried to portray over the past year, his teammates, coaches, and management just love him (except TT and MM who plotted to drive him out of GB). Don’t believe me? Review the tapes of the two times Favre played the Packers this year. Watch all the warm embarrasses and the number of former teammates on the Packers going up to Favre. That’s more proof to me than what a ghetto radio station in NY when they tried to lead Jones to say what they wanted him to say.

  7. Fan of Football says: Feb 13, 2010 9:26 PM

    Igottz5onit,
    If you 5-year old daughter was the difference between keeping your house, or living on the streets, I gather that you would let her eat her sprinkles.

  8. Igottz5onit says: Feb 13, 2010 9:42 PM

    haha good point.

  9. Osterhouse says: Feb 13, 2010 9:47 PM

    # Igottz5onit says: February 13, 2010 9:04 PM
    On a similar note, I let my 5 year-old daughter decide what we are going to eat for dinner tonight. So we are having ice cream with cupcakes and sprinkles with a side of cherry coke…
    ———
    sounds delicious

  10. Real Vikings fans wouldn't cheer for Favre says: Feb 13, 2010 9:53 PM

    Too bad “pretty well” doesn’t win Super Bowls

  11. JimmySmith says: Feb 13, 2010 10:07 PM

    Only the Viking fans will think this is normal. What they fail to realize is that you can’t trade your soul to the devil and win a Superbowl, that only happens in the movies.
    There is no sense of dignity in the entire organization although most people realized that the day they hired Col Klink as head coach.
    It wouldn’t be long before this nightmare is over, Brent will finally be humiliated enough to finally call it quits, Klink will be on the unemployment and the Vikings will be in LA.

  12. shaggytoodle says: Feb 13, 2010 10:34 PM

    He was a total snob in New York, he thinks hes ALL THAT and he is one of the best to play the game but, I know for a fact he’s the kind of guy that says “Do you know who I am?” I am quite sure thats what Favre said to Chilly the night of the Panther game this season, and know of another occasion. He’s a selfish guy, unfortunetly Minnesota doesn’t have a QB good enough so they have to put up with that foolishness. Live with it, you wanted 4 you got it, in EVERY possible way.

  13. packers4life says: Feb 13, 2010 10:38 PM

    “Despite what the press has tried to portray over the past year, his teammates, coaches, and management just love him (except TT and MM who plotted to drive him out of GB). Don’t believe me?”
    You are stupid as hell. The Vikings didn’t have to put up with Favre’s retirement game for 3-4 seasons like the Packers had. They were getting sick of waiting and finally kicked Favre to the curb, which was a great move.
    Not get off the internet. It is only used by intelligent humans and you are clearly do not fit into that category.

  14. lebowski says: Feb 13, 2010 10:48 PM

    Warm embarrasses???? Sounds sorta like what Jared Allen wants from Favre.

  15. schooney says: Feb 13, 2010 10:49 PM

    yes I will, no I won’t yes I will, no I won’t

  16. GobiasINC_1 says: Feb 13, 2010 10:51 PM

    Fan of Football, are you really as dumb as you come off as?
    TT and MM made the right choice by going with one of the best young QBs in the NFL that matched your hero in almost every stat. He also is the best QB on the run, one thing the ol’ gunslinger is not. Had Rodgers been on the Vikings this past year they would have won the Super Bowl. Instead the Silverfox gave the ball away…AGAIN!
    I will say it once and I will say again, you calling yourself Fan of Football is truly hilarious and pathetic. Worshiping one player above all else is the opposite of being a fan of the best team sport going.

  17. Farves sweet Hair says: Feb 13, 2010 11:03 PM

    Percy like Ive been saying your a shart stain!

  18. Razon says: Feb 13, 2010 11:13 PM

    That worked out pretty well last year.
    It sure did.
    (:19) 4-B.Favre pass deep middle intended for 18-S.Rice INTERCEPTED by 22-T.Porter at NO 22. 22-T.Porter to NO 48 for 26 yards (65-J.Sullivan).
    Another year with no Championship for the Vikings. What is a bad ending?

  19. csaber2007 says: Feb 13, 2010 11:28 PM

    “Fan of Football says: February 13, 2010 9:23 PM
    Despite what the press has tried to portray over the past year, his teammates, coaches, and management just love him (except TT and MM who plotted to drive him out of GB).”
    POPPYCOCK! The players HATED the fact that 2008 was all about Brett’s saga FoF. And sorry, Ted Thompson didn’t hate Brett at all, it was the hardest thing he had to do that year in trading him, because he knew dullards like you, who had not a shred of evidence, would blame him for what happened. It was ALL on Brett, he retired TWICE FoF and he put his former team/front office/coaches and fans through that all because he didn’t have the team under his thumb like he did with Mike Sherman.

  20. Fan of Football says: Feb 13, 2010 11:32 PM

    packers4life,
    Don’t think I didn’t notice you leaving out an important piece of my quote: “Review the tapes of the two times Favre played the Packers this year. Watch all the warm embarrasses and the number of former teammates on the Packers going up to Favre”
    You saw it too, kind of blows a hole through all your Favre is a selfish teammate conspiracy theories. That is why it is almost universally agreed among NFL fans that Packer fans are the most arrogant AND ignorant fans out there.

  21. The Notorious V.I.C. says: Feb 13, 2010 11:39 PM

    @Igottzz5onit “On a similar note, I let my 5 year-old daughter decide what we are going to eat for dinner tonight. So we are having ice cream with cupcakes and sprinkles with a side of cherry coke”
    It would only be a similar note if your daughter were a master chef, you idiot.

  22. Occam says: Feb 13, 2010 11:40 PM

    “Brent will finally be humiliated enough to finally call it quits,…”
    Yeah. Being one of the few best QB’s in the league must have been awfully humiliating this year. I wonder how he stands it?

  23. PackFanNChiTown says: Feb 13, 2010 11:48 PM

    Favre quit GB so they moved on with Rodgers (the right move).
    Favre got pissed they weren’t kissing his ass to return, (you know, the way Chilly did), so he calls the Vikings, asks them if he can come play for them and demands his outright release. (But of course there was no tampering, he was just calling the Vikes b/c they’re all friends and he never once asked them if they’d take him if he wanted to come over there cause that would be wrong…not).
    But ya know what, NONE of that shit matters anymore. Favre had a great year (except for that last throw) and so did Rodgers. The Pack is the second team in modern history of the NFL to go from HOF QB to franchise QB (after SF), so trading Favre was the right move.
    For 2010, NOTHING anyone says makes a difference, we won’t know what The Favre is doing until late August and anything said by him is irrelevant.

  24. Occam says: Feb 14, 2010 12:11 AM

    “Not get off the internet. It is only used by intelligent humans and you are clearly do not fit into that category.”
    Care for a second attempt to demonstrate your superior intelligence?

  25. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 14, 2010 12:44 AM

    Looking forward to another terrible season for the fat,greasy cheese eating slobs of Green Gay. Favre owning them twice again will surely thin out their pathetic herd. Mass suicides and domestic violence at a record high.

  26. RayDaMayor says: Feb 14, 2010 1:41 AM

    I’m gonna say it again…..
    Farve has 497 TD’s………..his massive ego alone will make him come back in order to reach 500+TD’s.
    Vikings will not reach a Super Bowl with Farve next year.

  27. mnmaverick says: Feb 14, 2010 5:08 AM

    No he’s not, he didn’t want to be there to begin with. The Packers forced his hand there. They were 3-13 the year before. I think Favre showed the Jets they had a team there with the assistance of a legitimate QB. Much like the Vikings.
    So the Jets drafted Sanchez and were able to keep right on rolling. Despite a rookie head coach and QB.

  28. Joe in Toronto, Canada says: Feb 14, 2010 5:25 AM

    Facts are facts, packers4life, deal with it.

  29. bucc19 says: Feb 14, 2010 6:07 AM

    What are “warm embarrasses” anyway? How old are you? 10?

  30. mnmaverick says: Feb 14, 2010 7:34 AM

    Embraces, eh? ; )

  31. donno says: Feb 14, 2010 7:41 AM

    “we’ll let him decide”??? like you have any choice?

  32. slipkid says: Feb 14, 2010 8:29 AM

    jets were 4-12 pre favre, and they lost a lot of close games.

  33. Floyd the Barber says: Feb 14, 2010 8:34 AM

    Yeah. These Cheesers have been living off Lombardi their whole lives. Then along comes Favre and gives them something else (besides their cowtipping) to entertain them and latch farm wagons to. And when he told them “I want out. I don’t care where to… but I want out”, it was a huge slap in the face. They can’t let it go.
    At least now Brett’s found someplace he can play where when he shakes a hand, he doesn’t draw away wiping the Udder Cream off of his hands.

  34. QinCT says: Feb 14, 2010 8:49 AM

    Ok, enough with all these people saying how great the run was with Lord Favre. The bottom line is this whether we went 12-4 or 9-7 it does NOT make a difference- the banner in the Metrodome next year will only say NFC North Champions (the same thing we got for $10 million less with Frerotte and Jackson).
    And while the “gunslinger” came back at the wrong time for some of us longsuffering Viking fans, the real thing that bothers me is the idea that there are morons in the media that say “he has earned the right” to hold a team hostage and hem and haw around whether he will retire. When you have young receivers and backs YOU NEED YOUR QB IN CAMP.

  35. Whatever897 says: Feb 14, 2010 9:59 AM

    @bucc19 – he meant warm embraces – part of being an adult is being able to read between the lines. How old are YOU?
    For all the bitter Packers fans who would like nothing more than to pile on Favre, stop being ridiculous. The guy was pretty much told he wasn’t wanted in Green Bay. Haven’t you heard the old saying ‘let me grave get cold before you climb in it’? Well apparently most of you don’t get it. If your boss(es) were shoving your @ss out the door and you were trying to exit with dignity, you might consider ‘retiring’ before they could embarrass you. But then you realize, you’re not done, and you really want to play… What do you do then? What if your boss decided to make an @ss out of you by leaking your ‘retirement’ to the media – in an attempt to force you to stay away? Only an idiot without pride would let someone get away with that. Sorry… Favre has pride and he’s entitled to it. You can call it ego all you want, if so, we all have just as much ego at some point in our lives. However, there IS a difference between pride and ego. If the guy wants to play, let him play – he’s awesome and always has been.
    The Minnesota Vikings are looking like the class organization that the Green Bay Packers are far from achieving.

  36. Mick730 says: Feb 14, 2010 10:07 AM

    There’s a certain element in Wisconsin, and elsewhere, which claims to be “Packer” fans, but who are in reality, Favre fans. That’s fine. But the reality of the situation is that Favre’s last decade in Green Bay was a matter of him living off of his early years under Holmgren. He became, in his mind, bigger than the team, bigger than the franchise, and probably bigger than the league. Even a cursorary inspection of his playoff record since 1998 reveals what was going on. And his “should I or should I not” schtick started in 2002, not in 2008. It was old, tiring and boring. Any real Packer fan should have been disgusted when Favre responded to a question about how his never ending drama was impacting the team with a “well, what are they gonna do about it, trade me?”
    It was past time for Favre to move on from Green Bay. He had become complacent, arrogant and he lacked motivation. He felt above critique and would never admit his own errors nor work to improve or eliminate those errors. In Minnesota last year, he was challenged, motivated and driven, for many reasons. Good for him. Good for the Vikings.
    As for Minnesota, as a Packer fan, I love the rivalry with the Vikings. Always have, although it was better before the Vikings moved into that silly dome. I think their GM has done a great job of assembling talent, but their ownership is iffy, their coach is goofy, and honestly, the team will never win a super bowl with either that coach or Brett Favre. Favre will choke at the worst possible moment for the teams he plays. Look at Green Bay’s playoff record over the last decade of his time in Green Bay. Six interceptions against the Rams, 3 returned for touchdowns; two interceptions and the first playoff loss ever in Lambeau to a dome team in a snow storm; the single worst pass ever thrown in OT against the Eagles; it looked like a punt; 4 interceptions at home against the Vikings and the second playoff loss in Lambeau, and then to top off his career, another pitiful pass in OT against the Giants in the NFC Champioship game.
    That’s Favre in a nutshell. Any other QB in any other city would have been dumped on by fans, the media and by his own coaches. Not Favre for some reason. The league and it’s media boys decided long ago that the story to be driven was that Favre was just a simply country boy who “played like a little boy”, loved to cut his grass in the offseason, and cared for nothing but playing football “like a little boy”. The reality of Brett Favre is something entirely different.
    I fully expect Favre to come back in 2010 and it might be interesting. But my guess is that the wheels finally come off. Either way, sadly, the Vikings will again finish yet another season without a Super Bowl victory.

  37. JimmySmithReallyBlows!! says: Feb 14, 2010 10:14 AM

    Hey all you Vikes/Favre Haters!!! give it a rest for a day….No one wants to read your negative comments again, and again!!! us Vikes fans already know how much you hate us, so just go worry about your own teams for once. this is getting rediculous….the season ended a week ago and there is a long ways to go before the new season. go spend some time with your families.

  38. DocBG says: Feb 14, 2010 11:01 AM

    # JimmySmithReallyBlows!! says: February 14, 2010 10:14 AM
    Hey all you Vikes/Favre Haters!!! give it a rest for a day……..the season ended a week ago and there is a long ways to go before the new season. go spend some time with your families. (edited for space)
    ——————————————————
    Why would you think these trolls would have families? or for that matter even completed the 8th grade.
    Hopefully Favre is back for another go at it. The team is going to be much better especially with some solid help for the secondary in the draft and a little more talent at DT to spell the big boy. We’ve got as good a shot to get back as anyone.
    Packer trolls having nothing else to do aside from complain about Brett, Viking fans are thrilled with the 1 year he has spent here, and hopefull of a second. Packer trolls bitch and complain about the 1 here, and forget about the other 18…. talk about your wrong priorities.

  39. Fan of Football says: Feb 14, 2010 11:05 AM

    Whatever897, great post.
    You forgot to mention how TT hired a GWB Administration croonie who orchestrated the great lie of WMDs to orchestrate a smear campaign on Favre on behalf of Ted Thompson.
    Below is a great article on the matter (posted in google message boards because you have to pay the Milwaukee Journal Online to see it)
    http://groups.google.com/group/alt.sports.football.pro.gb-packers/browse_thread/thread/4efe911e4e56c181/a8a3f81c18035c3b?lnk=raot

  40. favresux says: Feb 14, 2010 11:12 AM

    favrequeen runs the team

  41. durno99 says: Feb 14, 2010 11:33 AM

    Everyone is forgetting the real Super Bowl in this part of the country. Vikings and Favre 2 Green Bay and Rogers 0. So keep ripping on Favre and the Vikes but it is clear how short your memory is. North Champs and bragging right s for another year. Chew on that BOOB NELSON and JIMMY SMITH. You both are JOKES!

  42. Fan of Football says: Feb 14, 2010 11:45 AM

    Mick730 says: “Even a cursorary inspection of his playoff record since 1998 reveals what was going on”
    You might also want to take a “cursorary” inspection on the Packer teams he played on. The ones with the horrible defenses, horrible GMs (Wolf late years, Sherman, and Thompson), horrible coaches (Rhodes, Sherman, and McLardy), etc. etc. Mediocre to slightly above average in a couple of those seasons. Most years the only reason they got to the playoffs is because they had a HoF QB.
    What you neglected to write douchebag, was that three of those INTs against the Rams were off of the WRs hands. That the Packer defense against a “dome team in a snow storm” gave up 21 points in the first qtr of the game to Vick when the Packers D thought it was all of a sudden a one hand tag game. Or how about Culpepper and Moss lighting up the Packer D? Or what about 4th and 26 conversions? Or how about giving up 200 yards rushing, 24 first downs, and 40 minutes time of possession to the Giants at home in -10 degree weather? I’m sure those type of things have happened to Montana and Brady during their SB runs, eh?
    btw, now that Favre is gone I guess the Packers won’t have to worry about their QB “choking” in the playoffs. OOOPS!!! I guess that didn’t end with Rodgers choking TWICE in OT. Once overthrowing a WIDE OPEN Jennings for the win. Then a couple plays later holding onto the ball forever on a third and short and missing a front side, yes a front side not blind side, hit in which the CB had to run almost 20 yards to get there. Rodgers proceeded to gift rap the ball, lay out the red carpet, and give the Arizona defense team the ball for the win.

  43. CaptainFantastik says: Feb 14, 2010 11:48 AM

    The Vikings are now the biggest joke of an organization in the NFL. Not even Al Davis would allow a single player to hold his organization hostage. All Favre got them is 2 more regular season wins in a weak schedule and one more playoff win.
    And LOL at Vikings fans hanging on to a worthless division title and a couple of wins over the Packers as “bragging rights”. It’s always hilarious to watch “fans” of a team with an empty trophy case talk smack on fans of a team that actually has some hardware. If I were a Vikings fan i’d STFU until my team actually won something. But then, I would never lower myself to rooting for a team that wears purple.

  44. Whatever897 says: Feb 14, 2010 11:52 AM

    Great article Fan of Football – that’s what I believed to be the case all along. That guy (Favre) is one of the greatest players of all time. He’s been a caring team mate and a leader of the Green Bay Packers for years. Suddenly in the last few years he became a diva with a huge ego? Give me a break! He’s a country boy, through and through.
    For the record, I’m not a Green Bay or Minnesota fan, but I was pulling for Minnesota all season. Too bad they didn’t go all the way. After years of watching the classy Brett Favre though, I AM a certain QB’s fan – doesn’t matter which team he plays on or if he retires – he’s one of the all time greats.
    Hey… take notice Favre haters… He didn’t leave your beloved classless Green Bay – they betrayed the best player they’ve ever (or will ever) have. Check out the link above (in Fan of Football’s post).
    @durn099 – exactly

  45. Gunther69 says: Feb 14, 2010 1:06 PM

    The media hacks ask and ask and ask and ask and ask and ask then they complain how he is a media whore. The hacks need to go chase another ambulance and leave the subject alone.

  46. packers4life says: Feb 14, 2010 1:17 PM

    “Packer fans are the most arrogant AND ignorant fans out there.”
    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree does it now? Trust me, more fans hate Viking fans more than anyone in this league. Why? because they cry and whine like little girls. They do nothing but blame the refs when they lose even when it wasn’t the ref’s fault.
    Viking fans (including yourself)=losers.

  47. packers4life says: Feb 14, 2010 1:19 PM

    “Packer fans are the most arrogant AND ignorant fans out there.”
    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree does it now? Trust me, more fans hate Viking fans more than anyone in this league. Why? because they cry and whine like little girls. They do nothing but blame the refs when they lose even when it wasn’t the ref’s fault.
    Viking fans (including yourself)=losers.

  48. packers4life says: Feb 14, 2010 1:32 PM

    “The Minnesota Vikings are looking like the class organization that the Green Bay Packers are far from achieving.”
    Of course. Every Viking ‘fan’ thinks that the Vikings are a class organization because they are letting Favre decide. Well I have two words for you: Bull shit. The Vikings are far from a class organization.
    and one more thing Viking ‘fans’, you know nothing about what happened between Favre and the Packers so quit acting like you do.
    “Rodgers proceeded to gift rap the ball, lay out the red carpet, and give the Arizona defense team the ball for the win.”
    How about Lord Favre chucking away the ball to the Saints….AGAIN and costing the Vikings a Super Bowl (which they didn’t deserve).
    “up 21 points in the first qtr of the game to Vick when the Packers D thought it was all of a sudden a one hand tag game.”
    Weren’t the Falcons the same team that beat the Vikings ass when they went 15-1 in 1998? Talk about a chokejob. The team finishes with that kind of record but yet they can’t beat a team when it matters.
    “Most years the only reason they got to the playoffs is because they had a HoF QB.”
    That same HOF QB chucked 29 INTs when they went 4-12. Talk about a magnificent season. He did so much for us that year.

  49. JimmySmithReallyBlows!! says: Feb 14, 2010 1:51 PM

    i think we are all forgetting one key thing when it comes to Favre…he made 12 million last year and is set to make another 13 million year. you HATERS can rip on him all you want, but you can’t deny that fact that he’ll make more in this 2 year contract than you’ll all make in your liftimes combined.
    so, who are the real jack asses? all you HATERS who continually post hatred messages about him. he’s laughing all the way to the bank….

  50. Whatever897 says: Feb 14, 2010 1:57 PM

    Geez Packers4Life – are you Ted Thompson or Mike McCarthy in drag? Sounds like the rationale comments – in the sensible posts above – hit an unusually sensitive nerve.
    “Of course. Every Viking ‘fan’ thinks that the Vikings are a class organization because they are letting Favre decide. Well I have two words for you: Bull shit. The Vikings are far from a class organization. ”
    I’m not a Viking fan – never have been, and never will be, but… they certainly appear to be a far classier organization than the Green Bay Packers have been.
    “and one more thing Viking ‘fans’, you know nothing about what happened between Favre and the Packers so quit acting like you do.”
    And neither do you dumb@ss, so quit acting like you do.

  51. shaggytoodle says: Feb 14, 2010 2:20 PM

    For all the bitter Packers fans who would like nothing more than to pile on Favre, stop being ridiculous. The guy was pretty much told he wasn’t wanted in Green Bay.
    I am pretty sure he retired, and the Packers HAD to move on, Rodgers was in a contract year they need to know if he can play or not, he can play he got a big extension. At some point you need to find out if your “hopefull” franchise qb can play. Letting Favre decide can be translated to, “we have know plan for the future at QB,” the saddest part is the Vikings were a playoff team without Favre, and personally I think with another year Tavaris Jackson could have done similar things. I still think the Vikings don’t realize what kind of trouble they could be in at QB, the Phins have been looking for since Marino retired, the Bills are STILL looking since Jim Kelly left, the Cowboys just found thier QB since Aikman left. So good luck finding a QB, you gonna draft the next Joey Harrington or Ryan Leaf. Maybe you can find a gem, but by the time you do know, you may be so tired for AP fumbling, or he may be so banged up from his running style it may all ready be too late.

  52. Fan of Football says: Feb 14, 2010 2:52 PM

    packers4life, I am not a Vikings fan. But do realize how ignorant, arrogant, and fat Packer fans are because I lived in that excuse of a state for 25 years.
    Thank you and have a nice day.

  53. footballrulz says: Feb 14, 2010 3:14 PM

    @ FoF
    You might also want to take a “cursorary” inspection on the Packer teams he played on. The ones with the horrible defenses, horrible GMs (Wolf late years, Sherman, and Thompson), horrible coaches (Rhodes, Sherman, and McLardy), etc. etc. Mediocre to slightly above average in a couple of those seasons. Most years the only reason they got to the playoffs is because they had a HoF QB
    ______________________________
    Yet, on the great Vikes team you got the same exact results as GB did with that “mediocre” 2007 team. And a few years before that against Philly–same results.
    And BTW, that last sentence has got to be one of the most ridiculous statements I’ve ever heard. It takes teams to win football games. But as we have all seen several times in the recent poast–one guy can lose it for them.

  54. Fan of Football says: Feb 14, 2010 3:41 PM

    “It takes teams to win football games. But as we have all seen several times in the recent poast–one guy can lose it for them.”
    lol, thanks for proving my point so perfectly ignorant Packer fan. hook, line, and sinker

  55. TheBaySay says: Feb 14, 2010 4:54 PM

    Whatever897 – “The Vikings are looking like the class organization…” Yeah, thanks for a laugh. Meet the current faces of the organization: “Pro Bowler” Bryant “I’m too banged up for anything but strip clubbin’” McKinnie. Brett “I have your number and may call in August” Favre. And Ray “I’d have crippled Brees if I’d gotten close to him” Edwards. So I think what you meant to say is that the Vikings – as usual – are looking like the ass organization.

  56. packers4life says: Feb 15, 2010 1:21 AM

    ” because I lived in that excuse of a state for 25 years.”
    and you are an excuse of a human being.

  57. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 15, 2010 8:53 AM

    packers4life says: Viking fans (including yourself)=losers.
    ————————————————-
    Listen to you chud bait. Why don’t you post a link with your photo so we all can see what an Internet loser looks like! Guys like you ,Hydra,Emoney. Bet that could be the poster for pro abortion.

  58. footballrulz says: Feb 15, 2010 1:20 PM

    lol, thanks for proving my point so perfectly ignorant Packer fan. hook, line, and sinker
    __________________________
    Hey FOF
    If that proves your point, then I totally missed it. Hook, line & sinker
    BTW, I am far from ignorant–However, if name calling makes you feel better about yourself, have at it.

  59. kkrumrey says: Feb 15, 2010 2:25 PM

    My uncle is on the board of directors in Green Bay and the upper management really DID screw Favre….. there was an agreement in place between Favre and the Packers Brass from Day 1 but publicly Favre was “retired” untill he 110% decided to not play that way all parties were protected. Ultimately TT pulled the rug out from under Favre to embarrass him. There were alot of promises made to Favre that happened behind closed doors that the big brass didn’t allow out so that Favre looked like the fool in the end… had the Board of Directors had there way, TT wouldn’t even be GM anymore and Favre would still be there. Enjoy chewing this up, but it’s the truth.

  60. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 15, 2010 2:40 PM

    JimmySmith says:
    February 13, 2010 10:07 PM
    Only the Viking fans will think this is normal. What they fail to realize is that you can’t trade your soul to the devil and win a Superbowl, that only happens in the movies.
    There is no sense of dignity in the entire organization although most people realized that the day they hired Col Klink as head coach.
    It wouldn’t be long before this nightmare is over, Brent will finally be humiliated enough to finally call it quits, Klink will be on the unemployment and the Vikings will be in LA.

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