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LeRoy Butler on Brett Favre: "I actually feel sorry for the guy"

Brett Favre’s former teammate LeRoy Butler says he just assumes that Favre will play in 2010, because Favre can’t do anything other than play football.

And Butler told fellow former NFL player Tom Waddle in a radio interview in Chicago today that he pities Favre for his inability to find something else to do with his life.

“I actually feel sorry for the guy because he can’t do like we do,” Butler said. “I’ve always said, from the day when he cried in front of the media in Wisconsin and retired, the guy is a football player. He’s not good at anything else.”

Butler, a defensive back who was Favre’s teammate in Green Bay from 1992 to 2001, said he thinks Favre is a great player, and that if Favre returns the Vikings should be considered the favorites in the NFC North. And he says Favre will return to the Vikings, because Favre can’t imagine a life without football.

“He’s a football player,” Butler said. “That’s the only thing he wants to do and he’s going to continue to do that.”

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  1. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Jul 29, 2010 4:59 PM

    Not true, Favre mows a mean yard…

  2. hutch says: Jul 29, 2010 4:59 PM

    Have to give Leroy credit, he’s being honest with his opinion and not pandering to the fans. He recently opened a Ford dealership in Waupaca, within an hour of Green Bay, and it’s not great business to make a statement like that publicly.

  3. Levito says: Jul 29, 2010 5:03 PM

    uh, hutch, I don’t think people care what’s said about Favre in Green Bay these days.

  4. Walleyeman says: Jul 29, 2010 5:06 PM

    He is good at making up stories!

  5. sportsd says: Jul 29, 2010 5:07 PM

    about time someone said this. The guy is an addict, used to being attended to and has made no plan for the rest of his life. Remember folks, one day at a time…

  6. Hauschild says: Jul 29, 2010 5:09 PM

    Poor LeRoy – he can’t accept the fact the some men are constructed with a body and mind that lends themselves to an abnormally long NFL career.
    I can never figure out why former players or talking heads even bother commenting on this matter. First, they have absolutely no control over Brett’s decision, and they look foolish and jealous after another year of 30 TD’s and playoff football from Brett.

  7. smithopher says: Jul 29, 2010 5:11 PM

    I don’t believe that football is ALL he’s good at, but of all the things he’s ever done in his life, I can’t imagine he’s been nearly as good at anything else as he is at football. This is a guy who could go for another 10 years for all we know, its freakin amazing. He hasn’t shown a drop off in his numbers, last year was arguably his best season he’s ever had. I think Butler is jealous that his career was about half as long as Favre’s (up to this point, anyway).

  8. schooney says: Jul 29, 2010 5:11 PM

    Maybe Leroy can sell Farve a ford riding mower painted purple

  9. quinny29 says: Jul 29, 2010 5:13 PM

    Leroy Butler is just jealous that he cant play anymore and he was average at best

  10. IAVikefan says: Jul 29, 2010 5:14 PM

    I actually feel sorry for Leroy Butler who has to get attention via Favre.
    I guess being a part of the only team to win a Super Bowl in Green Bay in the past 42 years isn’t good enough.

  11. GBfanForever says: Jul 29, 2010 5:18 PM

    Butler should be considered for the Hall of Fame. Great player and had better stats than Rodney Harrison who was too busy trying to hurt guys.

  12. Jeremy says: Jul 29, 2010 5:21 PM

    I think he’s probably right. You look at a guy like Kurt Warner who walked away at the top of his game and never had a moment’s regret. He’s got a house full of kids and a lot of interests around his faith and other things. He’s a well rounded guy with many interests.
    Favre appears to be a one demensional guy. He’ll be lost without the only thing he knows. He said as much during year 4 or 5 of “Favre watch”. Said he was leaning toward retirement, but then doesn’t know what he would do if he did.
    Eventually he’s going to have to figure it out.
    Although I hear he’s quite the armadillo hunter, so maybe it isn’t the ONLY thing he’s good at.

  13. formerly dystopianow says: Jul 29, 2010 5:23 PM

    Sorry leroy, but some people arent content with opening car dealerships and selling insurance. Ahh, that soubds like the good life.

  14. WarrenMoonGOAT says: Jul 29, 2010 5:23 PM

    i read this article 3 times and fail to see the point Mr Butler is trying to make
    what is it that Mr Butler does that Mr Favre can’t do?

  15. mallet21 says: Jul 29, 2010 5:27 PM

    Leroy, I’m sure Favre and the $13M he will earn this year probably will not need your pity. In fact, I’m confident that 10 years from now Brett will even be gracious enough to give you a generous tip when you are delivering pizzas to his farm.

  16. big log says: Jul 29, 2010 5:35 PM

    You mean he actually prefers playing in the NFL over hawking F-150s? Weird.

  17. ickeyshuffle says: Jul 29, 2010 5:35 PM

    Favre is pretty good making waffles wearing wranglers, and being a drama queen.

  18. 12TimeWorldChamps says: Jul 29, 2010 5:38 PM

    Wow. That was awesome. I need to print those words out and frame them. Then shine a light on it after Favre throws another season-ending pick, LOL.
    Butler is technically wrong. Favre would be good at modeling purple panties, acting in a soap opera, or showing up uninvited at training camps and starting a stupid fu*king circus for no reason.

  19. robert ethen says: Jul 29, 2010 5:42 PM

    Yeah, Brett would never be able to sit in front of a microphone and gab like you do now, LeRoy. Poor guy.

  20. Gregjennings85 says: Jul 29, 2010 5:45 PM

    I listen to LeRoy Butler daily on local Milwaukee radio. He is not a fan of JUDAS at all. You see, Butler is a Packer, through-and-through. He bleeds Green & Gold.
    JUDAS, well, he’s just one big ego who likes to interview himself, talk about himself in the 3rd person, and he’s a media whore.
    Oh yeah, and he’s overrated. I used to be guilty of overinflating his persona, now I see the light.
    Madden: “B—- F—- (JUDAS) would play this game for free.”
    Ennnnngh!
    Wrong.
    He now plays this game for a minimum of $12 million a year, go back to your cruiser and eat a few more animals, Johnny.

  21. dmz10449 says: Jul 29, 2010 5:49 PM

    LeRoy is lucky that Brett is still thinking about playing football. If not LeRoy would not get interviewed to be asked about Brett. When LeRoy retired how many teams wanted him on their team? How many teams would take Brett this year or even next? I am glad LeRoy has found something to do. Brett still is blessed enough that he has the privilege to play in the NFL.

  22. Pervy *Harvin says: Jul 29, 2010 5:54 PM

    Leroy,Leroy….when will you learn? You just made a giant ASS out of yourself with that jealous statement. You,like so many former Packers, are just plain ass burnt because Favre is the true NFL Iron Man.Still getting rock star treatment and mucho dinero. Go sell another Escort you freakin’ loser!
    FYI- Favre is just like the rest of us. We may excel at our job but are good at many things. I happen to know Favre can fish pretty darn good…

  23. va4favre says: Jul 29, 2010 6:01 PM

    Levito, Do you live in GB? I don’t but my friends do and they care a lot about Favre. Even the evil GB Press Gazette admitted that the Favre stories get the greatest number of hits, and often more than the Pack stories. When Favre played for the Jets and then the Vikings, the ratings were abnormally high within Wisconsin. Yes, there are Pack fans who were tired of the waffling on retirement, but they should give at least some of the blame for that to the odious GM who was so anxious to get him out of GB. I always thought it was strange for any GM to treat a star player the way Thompson did. It was more like a lover scorned. It was probably a one way street.

  24. pkrlvr says: Jul 29, 2010 6:02 PM

    While I loved the way LeRoy played (he was not average at best like some db said) he’s not much of a thinker. Favre’s 41 and still loving life, playing great football, and making $13 million a year. How egotistical and ridiculous it is for LeRoy to use the word pity. F’n moron.

  25. robert ethen says: Jul 29, 2010 6:03 PM

    I wonder what LeRoy thinks Favre does the 6 months of the year when he isn’t working? Sit in a chair watching the clock and marking off the days on the calendar?

  26. Vikes8480 says: Jul 29, 2010 6:06 PM

    At least Leroy’s selling good pickups and not POS Chevy garbage.

  27. Hornung's Tumbler says: Jul 29, 2010 6:08 PM

    In the words of Florio…..BOOOOOOOOM, ROASTED!!!!!
    I’d like to 2nd GBFanForever’s point in that LeRoy should be in the HOF. Best Safety in the league during his tenure.

  28. manohman says: Jul 29, 2010 6:09 PM

    Yeah must be really tough being a future HOF’er and gazillionaire!

  29. raideralex99 says: Jul 29, 2010 6:12 PM

    Jealousy is a bitch … I get a kick of these retired players telling somelse to retire. Imagine that a QB who has a rating of 107.2 second best in the NFL and if his RB could hold on to the ball would have made a SB appearance. Maybe AP should retire or how about those lousy officials.
    I’m not a Vikings fan just a big football fan and I enjoy watching Favre play … it’s alot better than watching JaMarcus or Travis or how about Vick … yes those are true QBs … give me a break.

  30. Dirte says: Jul 29, 2010 6:14 PM

    Can’t believe anyone actually interviews or quotes Butler anymore.
    With that said, pretty sure Favre is bringing home way more Benjamins than Butler.

  31. flop 4 strahan says: Jul 29, 2010 6:23 PM

    We should feel sorry for Brett…
    As all Packer fans have always known (pay attention Florio, Queenies and the rest of you first year front-running Favre fans) BF does have another love besides football.
    It’s alcohol and pills. He is a “recovering” addict
    His behavior is classic:
    Inability to make decisions
    Wild mood swings
    Inability to take responsability for his actions
    Paranoia – thinks the world is out to get him
    Desperate need of attention
    Surrounded by enablers, yes-men and leeches
    Extreme selfishness – this is a guy who let his future wife and daughter live in a 2 BR apt in Mississippi for 7 YEARS while he made millions playing in the NFL
    The dirty little secret the NFL doesn’t like to talk abut is that BF was drunk 24/7 from the mid 80’s (when he almost killed himself and a friend in a car crash), to about 2004-05 when Yoko got a divorce lawyer scare him sober. After Chewy’s hot tub incident he simply has not been allowed to leave his house
    Brett will play until nobody wants him and then he’ll try to play some more.
    5 years from now after his failed gigs at NFL studio work and a short-lived talk show he’ll be out begging for a tryout. Pleading like a sagging stretched-face diva for one last role
    Because he knows the alternative…

  32. GBfanForever says: Jul 29, 2010 6:24 PM

    Hey LA,
    how many championships have the vikings won in the last 42,000 years?

  33. sand0 says: Jul 29, 2010 6:26 PM

    Seriously is this dude just joking around or looking for attention? His comments are retarded.
    A used car salesman from Wisconsin feels sorry for superstar mega millionaire Brett Favre gets do do what he loves longer than 99% of football players and gets paid 13 mil for it. Oh that poor guy.
    Riiight.
    Besides, all Brett needs to be good at doing after football is whatever the f*** he feels like. He’s rich bitch. It ain’t like his money is going to run out in 10 years and he’ll have to open a used car dealership in Wisconsin to cash in on his only remaining skill, name recognition.

  34. RC IV says: Jul 29, 2010 6:31 PM

    How can this turd of a player say in 1 breath he pities him because he can’t let go, then, in the very next one say the Vikes are the favorites with him?
    I guess I see where the packer fence riders get it from now, it trickles down from the players.
    Butler is an idiot.

  35. Dial-A-Cliche says: Jul 29, 2010 6:33 PM

    GBfanForever says:
    Butler should be considered for the Hall of Fame. Great player and had better stats than Rodney Harrison who was too busy trying to hurt guys.
    ___________________________________
    Everybody who plays for the Packers should be in the Hall Of Fame. Practice squad players, undrafted free agents, long-snappers all of them. If they’ve pulled on a Packer jersey (for even one practice) their ticket should be punched for Canton, period, end of discussion.

  36. PackFaninPackLand says: Jul 29, 2010 6:34 PM

    Sadly, the only time anyone pays even passed attention to what LeRoy Butler says any more is when he mentions Favre.

  37. MrNatural says: Jul 29, 2010 6:38 PM

    Who is LeRoy Butler?
    I’ll bet Favre has made more money than this jealous clown and does not need to do anything else.
    Maybe LeRoy can show his kids Favre’s bust in Canton when they ask where daddy’s bust is.

  38. Dial-A-Cliche says: Jul 29, 2010 6:41 PM

    If I were in a war, in a fight to death, and the enemy was over-running the barbed wire – the one guy I’d want in that foxhole with me is Leroy Butler. In all the World, he’s the one guy who I know would lay down his life for me as I would for him. He’d have my back – no doubt in my mind.

  39. jaymon23 says: Jul 29, 2010 6:43 PM

    Farve will have fox nbc and espn beating down his door to work for them the second he retires. I bet he’ll be good at that too. How many people reading this blog wouldnt suit up and play in the NFL right now, if they COULD?

  40. RealityTrip says: Jul 29, 2010 6:49 PM

    Brett playing for the Vikings really does annoy packer fans. It obviously shows when you look thru these comments above mine.

  41. Alleged_Free1 says: Jul 29, 2010 7:02 PM

    He’s not good at anything else? Or maybe he’s just THAT MUCH OF A BETTER ATHLETE THAN YOUR PUNK ASS. Maybe it’s that teams still wanted him. And you had to “retire” to hide the fact that NOBODY wanted you.

  42. Pantherfan10 says: Jul 29, 2010 7:02 PM

    Whats sad is Leroy Butler has to get attention through making comments about Favre…

  43. bigrig says: Jul 29, 2010 7:05 PM

    He was also good at hiding his vicodin addiction.
    He was also good at lieing to the Jets about quitting so they would release him.
    He will also be good at leaving the purple posse in shambles since they won’t possibly insult him by drafting a QB of the future while his highness is still waffling about playing.
    One day the Dikes will learn that you are not allowed to plan for the future when the savior is in town.

  44. MNFANINAZ says: Jul 29, 2010 7:07 PM

    Leroy Butler… “may I take your order…”

  45. NoGravyForSconnies says: Jul 29, 2010 7:19 PM

    the only honest thing butler said in the whole piece is that the vikes are the favorites to win the division.

  46. brasho says: Jul 29, 2010 7:31 PM

    I think Butler is a little upset because unlike Favre, when Butler was in his mid-30’s, he had nothing left and retirement wasn’t an option, nobody wanted him because he couldn’t play anymore. Favre on the other hand, is still among the best.

  47. Kay Bee says: Jul 29, 2010 7:35 PM

    IAVikefan says:
    July 29, 2010 5:14 PM
    I guess being a part of the only team to win a Super Bowl in Green Bay in the past 42 years isn’t good enough.
    ————————————————
    Please refresh my memory. How many Super Bowls have the Vikings won in the past 42 years?
    I’ll wait…

  48. jimmySee says: Jul 29, 2010 7:36 PM

    Brett should plan on a career as a high school football coach after his playing days are over… like his dad.
    No television ‘commentating’, no pro coaching, no college — just high school near his home.

  49. 12TimeWorldChamps says: Jul 29, 2010 7:38 PM

    # IAVikefan says: July 29, 2010 5:14 PM
    I actually feel sorry for Leroy Butler who has to get attention via Favre.
    I guess being a part of the only team to win a Super Bowl in Green Bay in the past 42 years isn’t good enough.
    Iowa? The Vikings? Holy crap, your life sucks, LOL. I guess LeRoy Butler having a Super Bowl ring is more than any ZeroTimeWorldChamp Viking can say. Send us all a picture of Favre’s cock in your mouth while he throws another pick with a minute left.
    Viking fans are like pussy liberals. Stupid and dumb as fu*k.

  50. Little Tommy says: Jul 29, 2010 7:38 PM

    Let him play until somebody breaks him in half!

  51. Viking Kong says: Jul 29, 2010 7:41 PM

    The question for Leroy…does loyalty to a local Ford dealer run deeper than feelings for a departed hero?
    Leroy is just trying to get some free PR. However, he will be soon to learn that business owners have an interest in staying out of controversial news. Leroy probably just cost himself a quite a few sales….which probably equates to like 2 game minutes of salary for Favre this year.

  52. Sparrowhawk says: Jul 29, 2010 7:51 PM

    A number of readers got their panties in a bind because Butler made a comment based upon an observation that no one has disputed. Butler admitted that Favre is still a football player and he added that Brett is in for a rough landing because he has not prepared himself for the next stage of life. All of you “Brett-crotch-sniffers” need to realize that some day this guy is going to retire “for real”. He has no life skills beyond playing football. Can anyone factually dispute that?

  53. Bruce says: Jul 29, 2010 8:04 PM

    To me it sounded like a compliment and a testament to Favre’s total love to the game of football. Butler may be a little envious but envy is a form of flattery.

  54. Buster Blueth says: Jul 29, 2010 8:04 PM

    Minnesota Vikings- 1969 NFL Champions.

  55. nutnbutnet says: Jul 29, 2010 8:06 PM

    This isn’t anything new. People have been remarking for years that Brett had no apparent plan for the life after the game. Seven or eight years ago, when the will he, won’t he stuff started, he was asked several times what he would do after he quit playing football and he always said he didn’t know.

  56. CaptainFantastik says: Jul 29, 2010 8:23 PM

    LOL at Favre apologists attacking Butler (who knows Ol’ Yeller far better than all of you COMBINED will ever know him) for seeking attention. Talk about the absolute height of hypocrisy. Favre is the ultimate attention whore. Nobody in the history of sports has done more to accumulate attention and adulation for himself than Favre. Nobody. it’s not even close.
    Favre has known with utmost certainty since before his phony retirement in Green Bay that he wants to play every year. He just wants to:
    A) accumulate off-season attention for himself and hear all the idiot talking heads talk about how the game will miss him, and
    B) get out of doing off-season work
    He bluffed and got called in Green Bay by an organization with some actual backbone after pulling his shit one too many times. Then he lied his way out of New York. He already had reservations at the motor lodge secured the first week of April….even though he wasn’t released until the 3rd week of April. He knew he was going to play, he just didn’t want to play for NY. And he knew the evening he choked away yet another season in the Saints game that he was going to play this year. Only a retard of epic proportions isn’t on to Favre’s game by now.

  57. Pervy *Harvin says: Jul 29, 2010 8:32 PM

    Maybe someday you can be Favre’s butler, Butler…God knows you stunk as a football player you jealous lil doucher

  58. PackFaninPackLand says: Jul 29, 2010 8:34 PM

    Butler is just about as relevant as Tom Waddle these days.

  59. Rocky70 says: Jul 29, 2010 8:39 PM

    There’s a simple way to decide whose side to take in this argument ……….
    Leroy’s always been a class act.
    Faver has rarely been a class act.
    Simple logic will guide you to truth.

  60. JimmySmith says: Jul 29, 2010 8:48 PM

    In addition to playing football, Favre also knows how to kill a good season by throwing INT’s in the playoffs. The Vikings just discovered that for the first time last year, wait till it happens again and they will find a new level of appreciation for the word, “choke”, a term the Vikings already know very well.

  61. robert ethen says: Jul 29, 2010 8:48 PM

    “LeeeeeeRoyyyyy! I think someone is at the door, dinner can wait a bit.”.

  62. Pervy *Harvin says: Jul 29, 2010 8:57 PM

    raideralex99 is a TRUE football fan…not a Viking but respects the Favre….cheers bro

  63. Pervy* Harvin says: Jul 29, 2010 9:08 PM

    I just want everyone to know that, like all Vikings fans, I have a small weiner and would put it in Favre’s butt if I got the chance.
    Brett makes me temporarily forget about having the biggest joke of a franchise in the NFL.

  64. GLSTL says: Jul 29, 2010 9:16 PM

    Leroy I feel sad for you.
    You have three big things that make you like terrible:
    1. You are a horrendously jealous person that quite because you were hurt.
    2. You have a car dealership in Waupaca, Wisconsin. Wow, you are an amazing business person.
    3. You claim to be a Christian man and you just judged and laid to waste a person who may need more of Jesus Christ.
    You in my humble opinion seem like a mean angry Christian man. How would your church family feel to call a person having no future hope. MEAN MEAN MEAN. You need counseling.

  65. TarkintonWasNeverAPacker says: Jul 29, 2010 9:18 PM

    12TimeWorldChamps says:
    July 29, 2010 5:38 PM
    Wow. That was awesome. I need to print those words out and frame them. Then shine a light on it after Favre throws another season-ending pick, LOL.
    Butler is technically wrong. Favre would be good at modeling purple panties, acting in a soap opera, or showing up uninvited at training camps and starting a stupid fu*king circus for no reason.
    ————————
    Love seeing that this still is bothering cheeseheads. Keep up the hate it is very funny to observe!
    Ha Ha

  66. NoGravyForSconnies says: Jul 29, 2010 9:22 PM

    Sparrowhawk says: July 29, 2010 7:51 PM
    Do you think Ted would let me lick his balls? Should I ask him? What if Ted wanted to lick my balls instead?

  67. GLSTL says: Jul 29, 2010 9:44 PM

    He’s not good at anything else.
    How can Leroy be this professing Christian man. That is MEAN.
    He is a grandfather, father, son, a teammate of yours on a Superbowl team. Leroy I do feel bad for you. Very sad. You need help.
    How would that sound to you “Leroy is not good for anything else”.

  68. Rnay says: Jul 29, 2010 9:55 PM

    Hey, LeRoy? Brett already is quite busy doing ENDORSEMENTS in the off season: Remington (the rifle, not the shaver), Wrangler,Hyundai, Prilosec, “got milk”, Sensodyne, Nike and Sears have all worked with the man. Haven’t exactly seen LEROY’S sweet smiling face in much, have we? I would assume Favre will continue doing them, will continue making big bucks from memorabilia and book tours (can’t wait till the WHOLE STORY comes out about the divorce from GB), maybe participate in shows like Pros vs. Joes and football camps to keep in shape. But he won’t have to worry till after 2020 anyway LOL It is enough of a job to be BRETT FAVRE. Hopefully he won’t repeat the error of the great Bart Starr and try to be a head coach, because I don’t think he is cut out for it just like Bart was not.

  69. TiceWasBetter says: Jul 29, 2010 10:01 PM

    Vikings fans said the same thing for you Leroy when Randy Moss showed up monday night football and toasted your secondary.

  70. MrHumble says: Jul 29, 2010 10:04 PM

    Someone named Sparrowhawk says:
    “He has no life skills beyond playing football. Can anyone factually dispute that?”
    ———————————————-
    what a freakin’ idiot. I always liked leroy butler as a player but I’ll take BF’s “skills” over any other nfl player with possibly the exception of Peyton manning. BF has obviously learned how to market himself, at least the nfl knows this, as well as sears and wranglers, espn, etc. etc. I think BF is a very savvy marketing and business man. Besides, if you can have a successful steakhouse in the heart of the city that claims to hate you……………that’s doin’ pretty damn good in my book, LOL “he has no life skills beyond……” what a freakin asinine statement to the rest of us but probably considered intellectual to a packer fan.

  71. GBPackers says: Jul 29, 2010 10:07 PM

    # Pervy *Harvin says: July 29, 2010 5:54 PM
    FYI- Favre is just like the rest of us. We may excel at our job but are good at many things. I happen to know Favre can fish pretty darn good…
    ====================================
    LMAO!! I didn’t know “Hitting the Outdoors” aired in Minny?

  72. MrHumble says: Jul 29, 2010 10:08 PM

    And the rest of us “feel sorry for leroy butler”….he was a great player but me thinks he took one to many to the noggin that he thinks selling used cars beats playing a game you grew up with at the age of 40……sounds like leroy is just a tad bit jealous that he can’t still do it……sorry leroy, we feel sorry for you.

  73. Dial-A-Cliche says: Jul 29, 2010 10:23 PM

    GBfanForever says:
    Hey LA,
    how many championships have the vikings won in the last 42,000 years?
    ___________________________________
    Don’t know about that, a little before my time.
    However, I do know that when the Rams left town and moved to East Podunk, we all became Viking fans because the Vikings used to beat the Hell out of our team anyway.
    Fossil evidence shows that around 50,000 years ago, whether because of a sudden genetic modification, or simply the accumulation of skills over a period of 70,000 years, humans began to play Professional Football in a small geographical area of Northern Wisconsin we call “Titletown” today .
    Whether there were earlier, football teams remains a matter of debate, so by default the Wisconsin tribe (today called the Packers) have been World champs for 41,953 out of the last 42,000 years. To put that in perspective, the Pittsburgh Steelers have been champs 6 times in the modern era.

  74. NoGravyForSconnies says: Jul 29, 2010 10:51 PM

    CaptainFantastik says: July 29, 2010 8:23 PM
    He bluffed and got called in Green Bay by an organization with some actual backbone
    ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
    yeah the gay albino really showed brett. 13-3 and the nfcc game in 07 with brett, 17-15 with 0 playoff games since.

  75. Sparrowhawk says: Jul 29, 2010 10:54 PM

    “He has no life skills beyond playing football. Can anyone factually dispute that?”
    ——————– ——————– ——
    The answer to that question is “no”.
    “Ad hominom” A fallacy of logic – discounting an argument by discrediting the person putting it forth.
    The bunched pantie crowd did nothing but attack Butler because they couldn’t discount his statement.

  76. Pervy* Harvin says: Jul 29, 2010 11:22 PM

    I just want everyone to know that, like all Vikings fans, I have a small weiner and would put it in Favre’s butt if I got the chance.
    Brett makes me temporarily forget about having the biggest joke of a franchise in the NFL.

  77. seals says: Jul 30, 2010 12:11 AM

    the best part of being retired is that you don’t have to do anything and he will do that when he is done. Damn, when do we get to retire?

  78. Brewdogg says: Jul 30, 2010 12:21 AM

    “The dirty little secret the NFL doesn’t like to talk abut is that BF was drunk 24/7 from the mid 80’s
    ….”
    =====================================
    Wow. So He was drunk basically all the way through HS and college, huh….. Pretty impressive he was able to stay academically eligible.

  79. SarahB1 says: Jul 30, 2010 12:55 AM

    flop4strahan:
    And, your point is …? Favre has never denied his history of addiction. And, yes, he is in a strong recovery. He and millions of others in this world.
    Maybe you should examine why you feel a need to emphasize this part of Favre’s life. He admitted he had a problem and did what he had to do (and continues to do) to remain sober.
    Are you jealous of this for some reason?
    If you knew anything about addiction, you would know that recovery is something to take pride in. Addiction is a disease that can be put into remission, but to do so takes a lot of hard work.
    Back to this article re: Butler. I used to respect the guy, but that ended a few years ago when he started these side slams on Brett. You know what I mean, bust the guy down and then cover your tracks by saying something nice also. Butler’s an idiot (IMO).

  80. Steve W. says: Jul 30, 2010 4:23 AM

    Ok, one more time, some of you Packer fans really need to get over yourselves…especially people like gregjennings85. Take that Judas crap and shove it. How can someone betray a team that traded him away? Yes, I’m fully aware that Favre is equally to blame for the situation that led to the trade. Murphy may not have wanted Favre to come back, but if he had said he was coming back soon enough Murphy wouldn’t have risked the public backlash by not keeping him as the starting QB. So, equally to blame in my book, and the Packers had every right to move on and make Rodgers the starting QB.
    Having said that, the fact is that they did trade him away, meaning that Favre owed the Packers absolutely no allegiance at that point. Whine all you want about how he manipulated the situation to end up in Minnesota, but any player with the ability to determine where he ends up will end up with the team that best serves his interests. In this case, the Vikings ran the same offensive system, had an Offensive Coord. that he worked with before in Green Bay, and had all the makings of a championship caliber team…except for a top notch QB. Oh, and the Vikings actually wanted Favre, unlike the Packers.
    So, surprise, surprise, Favre ended up in Minnesota after they lured him out of retirement. Maybe he arranged things so that he’d be available, but it was still the Vikings that called him.
    Please, someone give me a rational explanation as to how any of this can be considered any form of betrayal? He was a free agent who went to a team that was a really good fit for him. Was Joe Montana a traitor when he led the Chiefs to a victory over the 49ers after they got rid of him so that they could make Young the starter? Of course not, and I’ve never heard anyone say that he was. The real anger comes from the fact that the Vikings are a division rival, and that Favre led them to a season sweep of the Packers, thereby denying the Packers the division title they certainly would have won had Favre remained retired. Well, get over it. The Vikings brought in a veteran free agent, and with that addition they were simply a better team than the Packers. Had the Packers deserved to win the division last season they would have.
    As for the Vikings being a division rival of the Packers…so what? Fans need to realize that these rivalries are more real for the organizations and the fans than they are for the players. While they’re a member of the team, many players get caught up in the rivalries too, but that seldom lasts too long after they’re no longer with the team. There are some exceptions, of course, but they tend to be retired players who played in a time when player movement between teams was much less common. This is yet another thing that free agency has changed.
    So, please, enough of this betrayal BS. You sound like a guy that dumped his girlfriend, but is now obsessed with what (and who) she’s doing after you broke up with her. It’s pathetic. Move on with your lives. The man gave you 16 great years, and made the Packers relevant again for the first time since the Lombardi era. I’m not saying you should be cheering for him despite the fact that he’s playing for a division rival, but you do need to give up the obsessive need to blame Favre for everyting bad that has happened. If you had any sense, you’d simply ignore him while he plays for another team, and then claim him as your own again when he retires. Otherwise, you’re giving away the best QB in the franchise’s history (Starr was a great QB, but the Packers of the Lombardi era were much more of a running team) yet again. If enough of you psycho fans keep this up, you could chase him away for good. Then again, if you did drive him away, then you could say “see, I told you he was a traitor” when he chooses not to enter the Hall specifically as a Packer.
    P.S. yes, I know this was horribly long, but I am really sick of hearing stupid comments like Favre is a traitor. It’s both idiotic and neurotic. I’m not even an NFC North fan and I’m fed up with some of you people.

  81. Steve W. says: Jul 30, 2010 4:45 AM

    # bigrig says: July 29, 2010 7:05 PM
    He was also good at hiding his vicodin addiction.
    He was also good at lieing to the Jets about quitting so they would release him.
    He will also be good at leaving the purple posse in shambles since they won’t possibly insult him by drafting a QB of the future while his highness is still waffling about playing.
    One day the Dikes will learn that you are not allowed to plan for the future when the savior is in town.
    ____________________________________
    Grow up and get a clue. Really, making fun of someone for overcoming an addiction to painkillers? You realize he came by that addiction honestly, right? Between the accident that almost killed him and the injuries he suffered playing football, I’m guessing he was prescribed quite a few painkillers over the years. Oh, and they’re addictive. Gee, I wonder how he got addicted to painkillers? Personally, I’m happy any time anyone is able to deal with an addiction instead of letting it completely destroy their lives.
    The Jets had already moved up to draft their QB in the first round. They didn’t need Favre back, and wouldn’t have released him if they still wanted him. It’s not like he conned the Jets. Oh, and it was still the Vikings that called him up and lured him out of retirement. He may have arranged things to allow for that possibility, but the Vikings were the ones that made the call.
    Finally, how is Favre to blame for the Vikings failure to draft a QB? Clausen was still there at the end of the first round. They could have drafted him and let him develop his skills and knowledge of their system while Favre was still in Minnesota. That way, they’d have a QB ready to take over after Favre retires for good. In fact, that’s probably what they should have done. That was the Vikings decision. You don’t pass up the chance to draft your QB of the future simply because you’re waiting to see if your soon-to-be 41 year old QB is going to return. You draft him and let him develop until you need him.

  82. Steve W. says: Jul 30, 2010 5:05 AM

    # Sparrowhawk says: July 29, 2010 7:51 PM
    A number of readers got their panties in a bind because Butler made a comment based upon an observation that no one has disputed. Butler admitted that Favre is still a football player and he added that Brett is in for a rough landing because he has not prepared himself for the next stage of life. All of you “Brett-crotch-sniffe rs” need to realize that some day this guy is going to retire “for real”. He has no life skills beyond playing football. Can anyone factually dispute that?
    _________________________________
    Better question: can you substantiate that? It’s not like your assertion has anything other than your obvious resentment to back it up. I highly doubt that you actually know the man, so I fail to see how you have any great insight into the inner workings of the man.
    What I do know about him is that he’s sustained a marriage for quite a few years (yes, there were rocky times, but many marriages have those) and he helped raise two daughters. Both daughters have so far avoided any serious trouble. Whether you realize it or not, that takes life skills. Also, unlike many professional athletes, I’ve never heard about Favre getting into financial trouble because he squandered all of his earnings. So, it seems like he’s been more successful at handling his non-football life than most professional athletes.
    As for his football skills, it’s funny that you seem to ignore the fact that he can still find a very good use for them when he retires from the NFL. Many players have had great careers as broadcasters, analysts, and coaches after they’ve retired. It’s not like he’s lacking for screen presence. Also, he does more than just work out with those high school kids. He’s teaching them quite a bit too. The kids even refer to him as coach. So, there’s another possible occupation once he’s retired. Even if he didn’t go into broadcasting or coaching, he’s got more than enough money saved up to live quite comfortably for the rest of his life. So, while I don’t know the man personally, the evidence would seem to indicate that his life skills are up to snuff.

  83. Steve W. says: Jul 30, 2010 5:19 AM

    # JimmySmith says: July 29, 2010 8:48 PM
    In addition to playing football, Favre also knows how to kill a good season by throwing INT’s in the playoffs. The Vikings just discovered that for the first time last year, wait till it happens again and they will find a new level of appreciation for the word, “choke”, a term the Vikings already know very well.
    _______________________________
    Just a thought, but maybe if the Packers running game could have earned more than 25 yards in that playoff game against the Giants in ’07, maybe Favre wouldn’t have felt the need to force some passes? Oh, and who are Packer fans to talk about other teams choking? How many points did your defense give up to the Cardinals? I also seem to remember Rodgers directly losing the game by fumbling the ball, which was then picked up by the Cardinals defense and run in for a touchdown. But hey, at least Rodgers didn’t choke in the NFC Conference title game right? He didn’t make it that far. Oh, and save the whining about the facemask call. Rodgers fumbled before his facemask was even touched, and with all of those defenders in the backfield it’s not like he was going to end up recovering the ball. Besides, it’s not like Favre didn’t take any cheap shots in the Saints game. I still find it funny hearing people say he should have scrambled, considering his ankle was so messed up it was a wonder he was able to get back out on the field at all. Not a Vikings or Favre fan particularly, but I do believe in honest analysis, and some of you Packer fans are just a bit over the top with your homerism.

  84. Steve W. says: Jul 30, 2010 5:52 AM

    # Sparrowhawk says: July 29, 2010 10:54 PM
    “He has no life skills beyond playing football. Can anyone factually dispute that?”
    ——————– ——————– ——
    The answer to that question is “no”.
    “Ad hominom” A fallacy of logic – discounting an argument by discrediting the person putting it forth.
    The bunched pantie crowd did nothing but attack Butler because they couldn’t discount his statement.
    _____________________________________
    Ok, so you make a completely idiotic statement, and then you reiterate it and do your own little pseudo-intellectual “analysis” of your statement and point to it as a brilliant question that can only be countered with ad hominem (hey, look, spelled correctly) attacks. You then go on to criticize others’ attempts to criticize your comments by using the very same ad hominem attacks you criticized. That’s just special.
    Since you brought up the ad hominem fallacy, here’s another concept for you…disproving a negative. Disproving a negative, especially when discussing a subjective issue, is virtually impossible. One of the main reasons is that you offer up no proof to back your assertion. How can one disprove something when there is no initial proof? Heck, I can’t disprove the notion that there are leprechauns. I’ve seen no evidence of their existence, and I find it highly unlikely that there is or ever was any such evidence to discover. Theoretically, however, it is possible that such a creature is secretly living somewhere (or did at one time). So, if it’s not logically possible for an individual to disprove something as ridiculous as that, how exactly is that individual supposed to disprove something that is nothing but an opinion? Heck, I’ve at least seen drawings of leprechauns. I’ve never seen anything to back up the idea that Favre has no life skills outside of football.

  85. GBPackers says: Jul 30, 2010 8:46 AM

    # NoGravyForSconnies says: July 29, 2010 10:51 PM
    CaptainFantastik says: July 29, 2010 8:23 PM
    He bluffed and got called in Green Bay by an organization with some actual backbone
    •••••� �••••••� ��•••••• ••••••� �••••••� ��•••••• ••••••� �••
    yeah the gay albino really showed brett. 13-3 and the nfcc game in 07 with brett, 17-15 with 0 playoff games since.
    =================================
    BabyGravy,
    You drive me crazy with your incorrect stats, AGAIN!! We were in one playoff game since. Did we win? No, we got killed, but stop spewing your bullshit stats if you can’t get them right!

  86. RC IV says: Jul 30, 2010 8:52 AM

    Pervy:
    How pathetic do these losers have to be to have to “hijack” your screen anme in an attempt to discredit you?
    First of all, it shows a lack of originality. And secondly, it’s obvious it’s someone that you flat out punked and can’t come back at you with his original screen name.
    These turds are pathetic. Only ones that come close are Saints fans.

  87. va4favre says: Jul 30, 2010 9:54 AM

    I have thought for some time as a Favre watcher for 18 years that he would struggle when his career ended. You could see that he did not have a lot of other interests except playing football. I don’t see him a commentator, he does not endorse every product that asks him like Manning, and he does not have political aspirations like Brady. To say he has no life outside of football is crazy. He has a lovely wife, beautiful children inc. a grandchild, and a large circle of relatives. He is rich as can be. I don’t feel sorry for him, but I’ll miss him when he retires.

  88. Sparrowhawk says: Jul 30, 2010 10:24 AM

    Steve W.
    Imagine what you could have accomplished with the several hours that you spent trying to defend the person that you have a “man crush” on. The point of my original post was that Butler (who regularly makes observations on the Packers for local radio and TV) answered a question about what Favre would do after football. He somewhat made it personal by stating that he felt sorry for Favre because the man probably didn’t have aspirations of having a life beyond football. PFT, knowing that this could turn into a goldmine of hits, tweaked the story so that Favre loathers and Favre worshipers would battle it out and PFT would prosper.
    If nothing else, a thread like this proves that Favre does have economic opportunities after football. He could travel around the country charging people like Steve W to kiss his “ring”. It appears that there’s a number of people who post here who would gladly pay for the opportunity.

  89. FavreBlows says: Jul 30, 2010 11:10 AM

    Steve W—
    Are you kidding me? What kind of a loser spends THAT much time posting on this blog? And you’re an idiot to claim that Favre didn’t scheme his way out of GB. He and his agent are two of the most dishonest people in professional sports.
    Give credit to Butler. He was right on. Favre is a pathetic person who is in love with the sight of his name on TV. That is what is truly important to him…..above all else…..family included. He is a prima dona who is so in love with himself, he will do anything to stay in the spotlight. Butler is dead on.
    Missus Humble—-best ball skills other than Peyton Manning? What? Huh? Kidding, right?

  90. thirdandgoal says: Jul 30, 2010 11:15 AM

    FACT: The guy can still play very well and some people just can’t deal with that.
    FACT: The media are the ones who hang on his every word, or that of anyone who says anything about him.
    FACT: The LAST person I feel sorry for is Brett Favre. Do you think he feels sorry for any one of you that blabber on, endlessly, about HIM? What does that say abour our “life skills”?
    Here’s a plan:
    1. Ignore anything you read or hear or watch about Bret Favre until 9/9/10.
    2. Watch and enjoy the upcoming season, no matter who you root for.
    3. 2011 is going to be awfully dull without an NFL season.

  91. Ruvell100 says: Jul 30, 2010 11:30 AM

    HAHAHAHA! Steve W and vagina4favre!!! You two make FoF look like a Favre-hater. Where can I get some magical Favre media-spin pixie dust that you guys have?
    I wonder if Deanna was proud of Brett’s honest, family man persona when she was stuck with a kid in a 2 BR apartment in MS while Favre was getting hammered and pounding college co-eds, housewifes and anything else with a pulse. I wonder if Woody Johnson thought Brett was an honest man when he told the world he had nothing left to give and retired, then was talking with the Vikings 2 weeks later.
    I wonder if the ENTIRE WORLD except the fraction of Favre-worshippers thought Favre was an honest, down-to-earth guy when he did a 2 part special on Greta Van Susteren slamming the organization that paid him over $200 Million in his time. Glad he returned the favor by skipping camps and winning all of 3 playoff games in 13 years.
    But, don’t take my word for it. Keep watching Madden, ESPN and Peter King. After all, (insert computer voice) “he is an honest man. A team player. A family man. He is a kid out there having fun. He is the old gunslinger. Never count your team out with Brett Favre at the helm.”

  92. thirdandgoal says: Jul 30, 2010 12:03 PM

    @Ruvell100
    I don’t know the history enough to know if the entire post is factual, but as much as I imagine it irritates you, your very last sentence is, in fact, true.

  93. jibfest says: Jul 30, 2010 12:07 PM

    99% of the NFL can’t do anything else other than play football. Im glad the NFL is around, the prison population is a few thousand less.

  94. RC IV says: Jul 30, 2010 12:19 PM

    I find it humorous that you packer fans call brett a liar .
    You guys know all of his personal life how? Did you see him in action?
    “well no, but my cousins friends brother in law saw him and Chewy go into a back room with 2 girls.”
    Get over yourselves!! Jesus, it’s going on 3 years now.
    You would think that you would have spilled all your bile by now.
    You get most of your facts from the media.
    They NEVER slant anything, right?
    Yet you turn around and call favre a liar. Too funny.
    I just love how everyone thinks they know what goes on in sports stars lives, here’s a little clue.
    YOU DON”T!
    I’m really sorry you guys are butt hurt stil about it and can’t get over it.
    Why don’t you just worry about that “great” team you have.
    You kep saying you’re happy with GayRod, yet every Favre thread you all come on and say basically the same thing.
    Then, 5 years after he retires, you will all kiss his hind end again.
    Pathetic.

  95. Buster Blueth says: Jul 30, 2010 12:25 PM

    @ thirdandgoal
    Well said, I agree.
    @ gregjennings
    Do you realize you sound like a huge cry baby child every time you refer to Favre as JUDAS? Just thought I’d enlighten you.

  96. Ruvell100 says: Jul 30, 2010 12:49 PM

    “Never count your team out with Brett Favre at the helm.”
    “I don’t know the history enough to know if the entire post is factual, but as much as I imagine it irritates you, your very last sentence is, in fact, true.”
    —————-
    The only truth in your last sentence was ‘I don’t know.’ Google it (or in my case, watch him for 17 years) and you will find that he has far less come from behind victories than the media would lead you to believe. For starters, he has never led his team back from down more than 16 points. Ever.
    Here is something a bit more telling.
    “From 1999 to 2007, Brett Favre threw 1,107 passes in the 4th quarter of close games, or games in which the Packers and their opponents were within 7 points—one score—of one another. Of those 1,107 4th quarter passes in close games, Favre completed 643 (58.1%) for 7,217 yards (6.5 yards per attempt) with 44 touchdowns (4.0%) and 59 interceptions (5.3%). That’s a passer rating of just 68.7 with the game on the line in the 4th quarter in his last 9 seasons in a Packer uniform. Not exactly the stuff of legends.”

  97. Donna says: Jul 30, 2010 1:26 PM

    After months of reading these post I finally figured out why we go through the same ritual every year of waiting with baited breath the outcome of Brett’s decision. Its not that he is a drama or attention queen, its not that he can’t decide.
    ITS HIS ON TORTUOUS WAY OF PLAYING WITH THE PACKERS FANS!!
    Maybe if the ones who have wished for his retirement or death would shut up he wouldn’t keep torturing you every year!

  98. imissmydeadspin says: Jul 30, 2010 1:44 PM

    keep on talking packers. keep on talking

  99. Pervy *Harvin says: Jul 30, 2010 2:36 PM

    @ RC IV: Yah bro, it is the inevitable….they can’t fight back so they play “change your name” game and make an ass out of THEMSELVES! LOL I seen you get your share, do they think that anyone really respects that? I find it quite humorous…great post on Ted’s surgery,had me howling..

  100. Ambrose says: Jul 30, 2010 3:02 PM

    Donna says:
    July 30, 2010 1:26 PM
    After months of reading these post I finally figured out why we go through the same ritual every year of waiting with baited breath the outcome of Brett’s decision…ITS HIS ON TORTUOUS WAY OF PLAYING WITH THE PACKERS FANS!!
    ———————————————
    Uhhhh….no. We’re done with him, remember? He may be torturing somebody, but it isn’t us. OH, I KNOW I KNOW I KNOW…nobody cares….it doesn’t matter…he’s just so darn good…he deserves it…cut him some slack…(riiight…)

  101. BrentFavre says: Jul 30, 2010 3:20 PM

    “robert ethen says:
    July 29, 2010 5:42 PM
    Yeah, Brett would never be able to sit in front of a microphone and gab like you do now, LeRoy. Poor guy.”
    ————
    You mean, like this:
    http://synthesis.net/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/brett-favre-crying.jpg
    He’s actually pretty good at it.

  102. RC IV says: Jul 30, 2010 4:14 PM

    Uhhhh….no. We’re done with him, remember? He may be torturing somebody, but it isn’t us. OH, I KNOW I KNOW I KNOW…nobody cares….it doesn’t matter…he’s just so darn good…he deserves it…cut him some slack…(riiight…)
    ==================================
    Ambrose, you 1/2 a hardon. If you and the other packer turds were “over” him, you would not be posting about him all day , every day.
    STFU gramps.

  103. Ambrose says: Jul 30, 2010 4:36 PM

    Ruvell100 says:
    July 30, 2010 12:49 PM
    “From 1999 to 2007, Brett Favre threw 1,107 passes in the 4th quarter of close games, or games in which the Packers and their opponents were within 7 points—one score—of one another. Of those 1,107 4th quarter passes in close games, Favre completed 643 (58.1%) for 7,217 yards (6.5 yards per attempt) with 44 touchdowns (4.0%) and 59 interceptions (5.3%). That’s a passer rating of just 68.7 with the game on the line in the 4th quarter in his last 9 seasons in a Packer uniform. Not exactly the stuff of legends.”
    —————————————-
    This is a GREAT answer as to why Packer fans do not (will not) leave a Favre thread alone…it’s because of the hero-worship status the desperate Viking fans give to this guy, without acknowledging the anomoly last season was. I admit, last season was perplexing, but I have no doubt he won’t have anything near the season he had last year. Too many realities coming at him like a freight train. Averages usually work out pretty accurately over time, and in my business, you throw out the high performance and the low performance, and average the rest. He’s done…. and he’s your problem. I can’t wait for the season to begin.

  104. FoF says: Jul 30, 2010 4:40 PM

    Leroy Butler must want to get his name into the National Papers again.
    Take what LB says with a grain of salt, he is a well known lackey for Ted Thomspon.

  105. FoF says: Jul 30, 2010 4:51 PM

    lol, it’s so obvious that Ruvell100 and Ambrose are the same person. hey look mom! i can make up stats and post them out of context too and won’t compare them to any other QB!
    Want to see a pathetic performance by a QB when the game was close? Look no further then to Erin Rodgers embarrassing performance against the win-less Buccaneers last season.

  106. va4favre says: Jul 30, 2010 5:10 PM

    I’m with FoF, I always liked Butler and he was my father’s favorite Packer, but this seems to be the only way he gets his name mentioned. I’m so tired of how some of the turgid Pack fans dump on Favre as not being close to his teammates. I want to know why then is he always mobbed by his former colleagues. He always treats them well and you can see the affection. They seek him out not the other way around. Bob Harlan, the former Pack President, could not even bear to go to the Lambeau game against the Vikes because it broke his heart to see Favre in purple.

  107. aceking4u says: Jul 30, 2010 5:18 PM

    I guess…
    Brett Favre’s Charity work doesn’t count. Brett Favre Foundation.
    Him & Mcnair Raising money for Katrina Relief efforts doesn’t count.
    His Steakhouse in Green Bay, Wisconsin doesn’t count as well
    Favre’s been in a movie (Something about Mary), Favre’s been in 100x more commercial than Butler.
    I guess Favre should open up a Honda dealership next to Butler’s dealership and see who sells more cars. May the best dealer win.

  108. Ambrose says: Jul 30, 2010 5:29 PM

    FoF says:
    July 30, 2010 4:51 PM
    Look no further then to Erin Rodgers
    ———————————————
    Who?

  109. Ruvell100 says: Jul 30, 2010 5:34 PM

    “lol, it’s so obvious that Ruvell100 and Ambrose are the same person. hey look mom! i can make up stats and post them out of context too and won’t compare them to any other QB!”
    —————————-
    HAHA! Just when I thought you couldn’t get any more pathetic. Absolutely DEAD wrong on EVERYTHING in your post, yet again.

  110. FoF says: Jul 30, 2010 5:55 PM

    gee, look which two IDs just “conveniently” posted right after the other

  111. FoF says: Jul 30, 2010 5:58 PM

    va4favtre,
    Good points. I still remember after both Packer games all the warm embarrasses he had with his ex-teammates. You can tell they loved him and he loved them back despite all that happened. I bet you will see the same thing when he plays the Jets this year. Despite any “schism” a couple of jealous ex-teammates want to perpetrate.

  112. Adam-Chris Schefterson says: Jul 30, 2010 6:42 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JN99jshaQbY
    For what it’s worth, I tend to agree with Butler. But I have no idea why there’s any news value to it. I don’t care whether LeRoy Butler or anyone else feels sorry for Brett Favre. What the hell does it matter? Who cares? Why the hell are there 100+ posts on this one? Football season must be coming up quick.

  113. Adam-Chris Schefterson says: Jul 30, 2010 7:03 PM

    WarrenMoonGOAT says:
    July 29, 2010 5:23 PM
    i read this article 3 times and fail to see the point Mr Butler is trying to make
    what is it that Mr Butler does that Mr Favre can’t do?
    ————————–
    Ummm.. Make a retirement decision and stick with it? It doesn’t exactly bode well for you if you read the article three times and couldn’t figure that out.

  114. Dial-A-Cliche says: Jul 30, 2010 9:09 PM

    This frenzy of Packer Fan posts is as both revealing as it is pitiful!
    The Packers can rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic all they want, but the 16 years of “glory” Favre (and Reggie White) delivered are over.
    There will never again be another Brett Favre and certainly not ever again in Green Bay. You can hate all you want but “the facts are plain as the nose on your face” IT”S OVER, FOREVER.
    The Packers are just a solid above-average team now. All that is left is to talk about is PAST glory and PAST history, all carefully chronicled in their very own “Packer Hall Of Fame”. Current events show that the torch has been passed and the Minnesota Vikings are once again the dominant team in the NFC North – just as they were before Favre arrived. Those who need evidence need look no further than the man-handling of the Packers at the hands of the Vikings last season.
    Everybody knew this day would come and in the back of their minds they worried. Well, worry has given way to panic. Panic is now the dominant emotion in Wisconsin. Panic expressed as bitter and uncontrollable anger towards Brett Favre and everything Viking.
    Panic over the predictions (of the Packers returning to Earth as just another team) coming true.
    Panic at watching their team beaten so easily by the Vikings last season.
    Panic as the dream years fade away to distant memory, never to return.
    It’s over… get used to it.

  115. acers says: Jul 30, 2010 11:59 PM

    Dial-A-Cliche says:
    July 29, 2010 6:41 PM
    If I were in a war, in a fight to death, and the enemy was over-running the barbed wire – the one guy I’d want in that foxhole with me is Leroy Butler. In all the World, he’s the one guy who I know would lay down his life for me as I would for him. He’d have my back – no doubt in my mind.
    Acers says:
    Dial…..uh …..u okay pal?? Sounds like your in a corner, talking to and shining your rifle at the sametime? You remind me of the checked-out Tom Cruise character in Taps///”It’s freakin amain’ man!” as he tries shooting up his buddies.
    Step away from the loaded pistol, Dial.
    I thank GOD everyday I am NOT a packer fan when I read disturbing posts like the one from Dial above. After I read it again, I laughed. Now, well I just feel pity for you……

  116. stetai says: Jul 31, 2010 10:03 AM

    hutch says:
    July 29, 2010 4:59 PM
    Have to give Leroy credit, he’s being honest with his opinion and not pandering to the fans. He recently opened a Ford dealership in Waupaca, within an hour of Green Bay, and it’s not great business to make a statement like that publicly.
    hutch, get real, its called being two faced. This interview was done for Chicago, when he’s in Green Bay he talks nothing but s*** about Favre. He’s completely self serving hippicrit who makes a living out of Packer fans so will say whatever he thinks they want to hear, and msot Packer fans are dumb enough to eat it up.

  117. Adam-Chris Schefterson says: Jul 31, 2010 11:03 AM

    Dial-A-Cliche says:
    July 30, 2010 9:09 PM
    Current events show that the torch has been passed and the Minnesota Vikings are once again the dominant team in the NFC North – just as they were before Favre arrived.
    ———————–
    Haha. They were dominant by a whole game last season. Wow. And the Vikings were the dominant NFC North team before Favre arrived? Really?
    Favre came in ’91.
    91: Vikings finshed third in the NFCC.
    90: Vikings finished second in the NFCC.
    How dominant were they again? Your rant is clearly the frustration of a fan who knows his team’s window is closing fast and his team’s primary rival is poised for a long run.

  118. new prague says: Jul 31, 2010 11:53 AM

    Rodgers is a much better QB than Favre and will have a much better career. Favre accomplished very little after his SB years. Great QBs have more success in the playoffs than that. Rodgers will be much more comparable to Bart Starr when it is said and done.
    Oh…..and to you “Stetai”……nice spelling….”hippicrit”????
    Don’t know what high school you came from, but they should shut that place down. You are clearly evidence of a child left behind.

  119. Pervy *Harvin says: Jul 31, 2010 12:38 PM

    new prague says: Rodgers is a much better QB than Favre and will have a much better career.
    ————————————————-
    You just lost all credibility with that retarded statement….good job Corky…

  120. FavreBlows says: Jul 31, 2010 1:04 PM

    Career QB Rating—
    Favre—86.4
    Rodgers–97.2
    Favre is 13-11 in career playoff games. Starr was 9-1 for his career.
    Rodgers simply is a better QB and in the end will have more playoff success.

  121. FavreBlows says: Jul 31, 2010 1:05 PM

    And Pervy—–who is the all-time leader in int’s?????

  122. Pervy *Harvin says: Jul 31, 2010 1:18 PM

    FavreBlows says: Favre is 13-11 in career playoff games.
    ————————————————–
    did somebody carve your head like a pumpkin and take your brain out??? LOL WTF does Fart Starr have to do with Favre vs. Rodgers?? Like you said….Favre 13-11 in the playoffs. Let’s add one Bill Belichick Trophy also as a world champ.
    So…what’s Gayrods playoff record??
    game…set…match…thanks for playing cheesedick…

  123. FavreBlows says: Jul 31, 2010 1:30 PM

    @ Perky
    Rodgers QB rating his first two years as a starter:
    93.8
    103.8
    Favre QB rating his first two years as a starter:
    85.3
    72.2
    I think one would be retarded to not believe Rodgers will have a better career than Favre.

  124. NoGravyForSconnie says: Jul 31, 2010 2:16 PM

    “Rodgers simply is a better QB”
    absolutely, he may be the best 27 year old, 17-15, 0 playoff winning qb in the nfc which should make you all very proud. of course, favre has a super bowl ring, MVPs, and is the winningest qb of all time and finished with the 2nd highest qb rating in the league last season and came in 3rd in mvp voting but that doesn’t in any way detract from erin’s stellar 17-15, 0 playoff win record.

  125. NoGravyForSconnie says: Jul 31, 2010 2:19 PM

    oh and erin also has never won the division, never beaten favre and has 1 winning season and 1 losing season, whereas favre only had 1 losing season his whole career. but have fun with erin and the new era of mediocrity and irrelevance in green bay.

  126. va4favre says: Jul 31, 2010 3:53 PM

    When you read some comments like Favreblows, you just have to wonder what he/she is drinking. I really don’t know how Rodgers’ career will turn out and he may indeed be a future HOFer. What I have resented is in their anger towards Favre, some odious GB fans inflate his stats and minimize Favre’s accomplishments. Winning the SB is a TEAM effort. Favre, unfortunately, played on some mediocre Pack teams. Mostly because of his efforts, the team overachieved and then hit the wall in the playoffs against superior teams. I think the same thing is happening now with Manning and the Colts. What is his playoff record? It is mediocre too. Just name me the other HOF Favre had on his team and compare that to Bart Starr. I love Starr, but I think you can say that he had one of the best if not the best group of players with him. Jerry Kramer should be added to that list of HOFers. If you don’t like Favre’s indecision, that’s fine, but it’s not fair to minimize his incredible accomplishments.

  127. Ambrose says: Jul 31, 2010 4:56 PM

    va4favre says: July 31, 2010 3:53 PM
    Favre, unfortunately, played on some mediocre Pack teams. Mostly because of his efforts, the team overachieved and then hit the wall in the playoffs against superior teams.
    ————————————————————————-
    Wrong. Because Favre is getting a new lease on life, he is (begrudgingly) playing in a manner the Minnesota coaches are dictating, hence some impressive success for 2/3rds of the season last year. Then, when he was given the reins by Chilly just after Thanksgiving (it was in all the papers, ) Favre became himself again and the Vikings did not impress anyone in their last four games of the regular season. And we all know how he predictably ended their season.
    His style of play, when left up to him, is the reason the Packers did not win more, not mediocrity.
    You too must be a first-time Favre bandwagon jumper huh? We know the real Favre after sixteen years…and he ain’t the guy that played last year. With his newfound power, expect him to fail…big…again.

  128. Ambrose says: Jul 31, 2010 5:00 PM

    NoGravyForSconnie says: July 31, 2010 2:16 PM
    favre has a super bowl ring, MVPs, and is the winningest qb of all time and finished with the 2nd highest qb rating in the league last season and came in 3rd in mvp voting
    —————————————————————
    It’s spelled “anomaly,” but I wouldn’t expect you to own a dictionary (or how to use it.)

  129. FavreBlows says: Jul 31, 2010 8:56 PM

    @ Perky’s Gravy
    You two knuckleheads…….just don’t get it. Favre is nothing more than an average QB who has managed not to get hurt. Once Reggie White and the rest were gone, he completely lost any ability to have success in the playoffs. Prime example….last year your Queens had the best team in the league…….and again he had a chance to win the game…….and again he failed. The guy is a classic failure. He can’t win the big game. GB had plenty of great teams……a HOF QB should have been able to win more than one SB with them. The problem is…….he is a big time choker in the clutch…….a classic loser.
    Rodgers has started his career light years ahead of Favre. He will likely end up with multiple SBs…..he is that good. You sorry, stupid Viking fans better enjoy your last year with the prima dona.

  130. FavreBlows says: Jul 31, 2010 9:44 PM

    Another piece of evidence about Favre’s failures as a human being.
    He was so pissed off when TT drafted Rodgers…..he made an effort to NOT help him. He went on the record to say it was not his job to help a rookie QB. He also refused to speak with him for at least a year after he left GB.
    What a spoiled loser. What a complete waste of a human being. The guy is the complete jerk.
    You deserve him Viking fans.

  131. FavreBlows says: Jul 31, 2010 9:49 PM

    Another piece of evidence about Favre’s failures as a human being.
    He was so pissed off when TT drafted Rodgers…..he made an effort to NOT help him. He went on the record to say it was not his job to help a rookie QB. He also refused to speak with him for at least a year after he left GB.
    What a spoiled loser. What a complete waste of a human being. The guy is the complete jerk.
    You deserve him Viking fans.

  132. David56 says: Aug 1, 2010 3:39 AM

    Favre may end up coaching somewhere. That well may be the only way he can stay close to football after he finally does hang up the pads for good.
    He’s got more real money than the federal government (which has to borrow constantly). He’s 40 and at this time in his life he’d be a good addition to some QB coach to learn the ropes, and perhaps a couple of years later he’d be the QB coach himself. Not all that far-fetched an idea. There are quite a few former pro-players as assistant coaches or even head coach in the NFL today or in the college ranks.

  133. Murgen says: Aug 1, 2010 8:10 AM

    @Hauschild
    “Poor LeRoy – he can’t accept the fact the some men are constructed with a body and mind that lends themselves to an abnormally long NFL career.”
    Three Words, Human Growth Hormone! Check it out.

  134. Pervy *Harvin says: Aug 1, 2010 8:46 AM

    FavreBlows says: Rodgers has started his career light years ahead of Favre. He will likely end up with multiple SBs…..he is that good.
    ————————————————–
    LMAO! Thanks man lol for a good morning chuckle before i hit the lake for some bassing. You Pack tools are like the guy that won’t admit they have a drinking problem. Multiple SB’s??? LOL Try a baby step…you know like 1 playoff win or a division title…..silly kids

  135. va4favre says: Aug 1, 2010 10:10 AM

    FavreBlows, You really need to get a life. Your anger towards Favre shows how empty your life must be. It is very true that Favre made an angry comment when Rodgers was drafted, but it was directed at Thompson, not Rodgers. You can see film of them talking on the sidelines during the games even that first year. The homer Wisc. press even said that Rodgers acted like a jerk the first year because he was so mad at not being drafted number one. They said he was totally different the second year and warmed up to his teammates. As you also know, Favre and Rodgers have totally different interests off the field. Favre thought that Rodgers was favored by Thompson since they are supposedly both gay. Give it a rest!

  136. 49er Man says: Aug 1, 2010 10:37 AM

    raideralex99:
    Refering to the refs in the 2009 NFC Title Game, they were not the main reason the Vikes lost the game. Sure, the officiating may have been suspect in that game, but that was a trend in the playoffs. The real reason was the fact they committed 5 turnovers and when you turn the ball over 5 times, you don’t win many games at all, especially a playoff game.

  137. footballrulz says: Aug 1, 2010 2:51 PM

    Everybody who plays for the Packers should be in the Hall Of Fame. Practice squad players, undrafted free agents, long-snappers all of them. If they’ve pulled on a Packer jersey (for even one practice) their ticket should be punched for Canton, period, end of discussion.
    _________________________________
    @DAC You’re finally catching on dude

  138. LordFavre says: Aug 1, 2010 4:09 PM

    Favre WAS the PACKERS…..
    Those Packer suckass teams, GM’s, and Coaches that Favre carried for years were a joke, but of course the Packer Homers think they were ALL Superbowl teams….
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA…
    That’s the funniest sh*t I ever heard!

  139. FavreBlows says: Aug 1, 2010 4:20 PM

    @va4Favre–
    Just calling it like I see it man. If Favre was truly a good man, he would have put his petty BS behind him when he left GB and reached out to Rodgers. Fact is, he didn’t speak to him for at least one year. For all of his tremendous talent, he is simply a small, petty man who constantly needs things to go his way. Case in point…..Steve Mariucci. Favre thought he should have been the man calling the shots and b!tched like a little girl when TT hired McCarthy. TT was right. McCarthy is a good coach, and Mooch is still out of football.
    And it just has to bug the hell out of Favre that TT’s decision to finally say no to Brett has turned out to be golden. For all the grief he gets, TT pulled off one of the greatest management decisions of all time by first drafting Rodgers, and then sticking with him and telling Favre, No.

  140. va4favre says: Aug 1, 2010 5:02 PM

    FavreBlows, I would never say that Favre was perfect, far from it, but I think he gets the short end with his relationship with Rodgers. My relatives live in GB, and they like both QBs. They tell me, however, that while Rodgers said the right things publicly about Favre, he would make fun of him behind his back and to the other players. Favre can do a lot, but he can’t beat Father Time. Thompson is a jerk and he has alienated some of Packer Nation when he did not have to. Favre was a money machine for the Pack, and Rodgers does not have his looks or charisma. Rodgers won’t even say hello to the security guards or sign autographs unless he has too. I really wonder how all the fans are going to react when he finally comes out. It would not matter here in DC, but in GB?

  141. pervmancrushonsconnie says: Aug 1, 2010 5:35 PM

    Kudos to Butler.
    RC IV
    What are not original are the incessant ramblings of people like Cliché, Contra, Perv and NoGravy. You would think that working together on the pea shucking line they could come up with some new material rather than homo vampire, 17-15, we beat you twice last year, the refs gave it to New Orleans because of Katrina, it wasn’t Favre’s fault he was trying to make a play, Chilly can’t count nonsense. Unfortunately real statistics are above their level of comprehension. Their crap tarnishes the reputation of the few classy Viking fans there are in the world. I’m sorry they drag you down into their own fallacious hole. Realistically, if Packer fan did not participate on these blogs, it would simply be a mindless conversation among a few brainless, misinformed Viking fans….it would go something like this:
    RC IV: Yup, more proof he’s coming back.
    Perv: Awesome, Vikings Rule!
    Gravy: I always knew he’d come back! Pack 17-15 without Favre, how can we lose
    Cliché: Ya, he’s going to Canton as a Viking
    Contra: Ya, we should win the Super Bowl
    Gravy: Let’s shuck some peas.
    Everyone: Cool
    End of thread

  142. Beer Cheese Soup says: Aug 1, 2010 5:52 PM

    Pervy *Harvin says:
    Let’s add one Bill Belichick Trophy also as a world champ.
    ____________________________________
    Huh? What’s a Belichick Trophy? Best videotaping? Best denial and coverup of a blatant violation of the rules?
    It sure isn’t the world championship trophy little man, they call that one the Vince Lomba–
    WAIT! I get it now!
    The Vikings have never won a damn thing in their pathetic history, because they haven’t wanted to!!!
    As we all know, the Vikings have always played second fiddle to the rest of the division, and their fans and players obviously have a LOT of envy. They also know that even if, someday, they did win anything of consequence, it would earn them two trophies: one named after a Bears icon, and another named after a Packers legend.
    So, even if they ever manage to finally shed the all-time choker moniker, it will only result in yet another set of reminders that they will never truly be anything but an afterthought. Nothing but a placeholder in the division with the league’s top two most successful teams, and nothing but an awkward third wheel in the league’s oldest and still most intense rivalry.
    The Vikings CLEARLY don’t need any more reminders of that fact, which explains why they have avoided both trophies like the plague.
    That was particularly obvious last season. They undoubtedly had the talent. They had the drive, but then they gave up their chance when it mattered most with boneheaded plays and Pop Warner-esque penalties.
    The 1998 season was very similar as well. In both cases, it almost looked intentional, like they were trying to show they easily COULD have won if they wanted to, but then they decided they would rather not. Perhaps that was actually the truth!
    So, Pervy moves that the championship trophy be renamed after a man who admittedly cheated to win it. That’s obviously a bit misguided, but coming from a Vikings fan, it actually makes quite a bit of sense.
    They don’t want the disgrace of having a trophy that’s named after a Packer. They don’t seem to want one named after a Bear either. However, if there was one available that was named after a classless lowlife scumbag with little regard for the rules, they would be the first in line.

  143. LordFavre says: Aug 1, 2010 6:37 PM

    Hey Favreblows….you sound like you’re Aaron Rodgers’ Lover….
    Do you blow Rodgers? I bet you do….
    Aaron Rodgers sucks…literally.
    He’s the new Jeff George of the NFL….
    All Stats…and NO WINS….
    You TT and AROD nuttlickers are the most pathetic jokes in the NFL>…..
    Favre carried your team, coaches, and GM for years after Holmgren left….and now you’re losers once again….
    Welcome back to the 1970’s, Pack fans…
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA….

  144. pervmancrushonsconnie says: Aug 1, 2010 6:44 PM

    I think we need to rename Pervy since his thoughts and ideas are either baseless or antiquated….maybe NopeasforMinni, NoGravies brother.

  145. Pervy *Harvin says: Aug 1, 2010 9:46 PM

    Dude…you have the life span of a sperm cell messing with me. Go away or we’ll light this f@cking thread up bitchboy…

  146. Pervy *Harvin says: Aug 1, 2010 9:57 PM

    LOL…thanks for the laugh kid…

  147. TitletownUSA says: Aug 1, 2010 11:15 PM

    Maybe Brent can sell trailers for all the trailer parks in his neighborhood.

  148. Adam-Chris Schefterson says: Aug 1, 2010 11:16 PM

    Pervy *Harvin says:
    July 31, 2010 12:38 PM
    You just lost all credibility with that retarded statement….good job Corky…
    ———————-
    Nice job recycling my insult to you from a week ago. We all knew you weren’t original or intelligent, but you don’t have to go out of your way to prove it.
    Go back to calling people “douchers”. At least that was original. Retarded, but original.

  149. TitletownUSA says: Aug 1, 2010 11:21 PM

    Dear Pervy,
    Please get off of your couch and computer and come and spit shine the three Super Bowl trophies at the Packer Hall of Fame. Just make sure you take a camera and your shine box.
    Sincerely,
    Titletown USA

  150. Adam-Chris Schefterson says: Aug 1, 2010 11:28 PM

    Pervy *Harvin says:
    August 1, 2010 9:46 PM
    Dude…you have the life span of a sperm cell messing with me. Go away or we’ll light this f@cking thread up bitchboy…
    ————————–
    You always threaten to light up threads or claim that you’ve “owned people”, but I’ve never seen any evidence of any of that happening. Your typical post consists of some gay slurs towards Ted Thompson and Aaron Rodgers followed by liberal use of the non-word “douchers”. Get a new shtick, Pervis. This one was terrible from the get-go.
    Or maybe you could remind us once again how much better the 2009 Vikings were than the 1996 Packers. Or repeat how Jared Allen’s better than Reggie White. Or talk about LeRoy Butler’s play at CORNER. Enlighten us again, Pervis. You’re just so damn knowledgeable.

  151. RC IV says: Aug 2, 2010 8:58 AM

    pervmancrushonsconnie says:
    August 1, 2010 5:35 PM
    Kudos to Butler.
    RC IV
    What are not original are the incessant ramblings of people like Cliché, Contra, Perv and NoGravy. You would think that working together on the pea shucking line they could come up with some new material rather than homo vampire, 17-15, we beat you twice last year, the refs gave it to New Orleans because of Katrina, it wasn’t Favre’s fault he was trying to make a play, Chilly can’t count nonsense. Unfortunately real statistics are above their level of comprehension. Their crap tarnishes the reputation of the few classy Viking fans there are in the world. I’m sorry they drag you down into their own fallacious hole. Realistically, if Packer fan did not participate on these blogs, it would simply be a mindless conversation among a few brainless, misinformed Viking fans….it would go something like this:
    RC IV: Yup, more proof he’s coming back.
    Perv: Awesome, Vikings Rule!
    Gravy: I always knew he’d come back! Pack 17-15 without Favre, how can we lose
    Cliché: Ya, he’s going to Canton as a Viking
    Contra: Ya, we should win the Super Bowl
    Gravy: Let’s shuck some peas.
    Everyone: Cool
    End of thread
    ==========================
    Oh boy! You got us there……not so much.
    I cannot believe I had to waste the 30 seconds it took to read that.
    People have tried having intelligent convos with you packer fan turds. it doesn’t work.
    You know why? Because you want it both ways.
    If the packers get beat twice by the Vikes, it doesn’t mean anything it just regualr season.
    If Minnesota goes furhter in the Playoffs, the Pack is just as good because unless you get the ring, it doesn’t matter. Besides, we have 12 trophies ad infinitum.
    But, when the Pack sweep the Vikes or goes further than them in the playoffs, it’s all wine and roses and it means something.
    You guys are pathetic people. You can’t stand the fact that Minnesota is better so you have to revert back to the 60’s. Let it go!
    If I felt I could carry on a give and take post with ANY of you, I would. But, you just can’t. it’s like talking to a 3 year old with some of you guys.
    After you’ve painted yourself into a corner, you just disappear and start spouting nonsense on another thread.
    There are a few of you that I like, not all of you are bad. But for the most part99% of you packer fans are flaming idiots.
    Beer:
    You are a POS racist. Nothing you type on here matters. Stop posting idiot.

  152. BrentFavre says: Aug 2, 2010 12:40 PM

    Pervy, your attempted burns/jokes are so lame . Try being original for a change. Simply calling someone a variation of the name takes no creativity.

  153. Gravy Makes Sconnies Fat says: Aug 2, 2010 12:54 PM

    “Or maybe you could remind us once again how much better the 2009 Vikings were than the 1996 Packers. Or repeat how Jared Allen’s better than Reggie White.”
    you guys never want to live in the present. i’m not trying to bag on the packers but come on, the vikes have been way better the last couple seasons and got all their starters back while the packers lost kampman and jolly from last year and didn’t add any free agents.
    we’re not trying to gloat we’re just trying to be realistic and live in the present.

  154. imissmydeadspin says: Aug 2, 2010 1:13 PM

    I have fond memories of LeRoy…getting his slow ass torched by Randy Moss

  155. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 1:16 PM

    Football Moron says!
    “Gravy Makes Sconnies Fat says:
    August 2, 2010 12:54 PM
    “Or maybe you could remind us once again how much better the 2009 Vikings were than the 1996 Packers. Or repeat how Jared Allen’s better than Reggie White.”
    you guys never want to live in the present. i’m not trying to bag on the packers but come on, the vikes have been way better the last couple seasons and got all their starters back while the packers lost kampman and jolly from last year and didn’t add any free agents.
    we’re not trying to gloat we’re just trying to be realistic and live in the present”
    ——
    Still think this is fantasy football huh? What do you think those players do in the off season? Green Bay improves from within. They get stronger, faster, smarter. They aren’t installing a new defense this year. Harrel is healthy. Finley is about to become the best TE in the game. Scouts say he is better then Antonio Gates in his prime. Adding free agents isn’t necessarily a good thing. They bring their habits into a locker room that does it their way. Draft your own guys so the only way they know the NFL is the Packer way. Free Agency can help hear and there…but only in rare circumstances does the investment in a name payoff. White, Woodson, etc.

  156. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 1:21 PM

    A man met a fairy that granted him one wish. “I want to live forever, ” he said.
    “Sorry” said the fairy, “I’m not allowed to grant wishes like that.”
    “Fine,” the man said, “I want to die after the Vikings win the Super
    Bowl!”
    “You crafty b@stard,” said the fairy.

  157. BrentFavre says: Aug 2, 2010 2:00 PM

    “imissmydeadspin says:
    August 2, 2010 1:13 PM
    I have fond memories of LeRoy…getting his slow ass torched by Randy Moss ”

    That’s probably because you started watching football when Moss was in his prime and Butler was long out of his. Butler is ten years older than moss. In his prime Butler was a stud. 4 time all-pro.

  158. Pervy *Harvin says: Aug 2, 2010 2:19 PM

    @ ManTittyTown USA-
    I am on my way!!! I can’t wait !!! You have 3 Bill Belichick Trophies? Cool! I’m going to jerk off on each one…after i piss on them. Then I’m going to go to that overrated buck toothed coach Lombardi’s Steakhouse and load up on twice baked and coleslaw. That’s after i do 12 White Castle sliders. Then it’s off to Lamblow to take a BIG,FAT DUMP ON THE “G”
    @ super….dude,do you need a writer? That was so lame….

  159. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 2:32 PM

    Yep, Super, the Pack building the team up through the draft has netted them exactly zero championships, while the Saints built their team using all three avenues equally, and they have a Super Bowl trophy to show for it.
    Heck, even when the Pack won one way back in ’96, the one all Packer fans so desperately cling to, that team was built up through free agency and trades, guys like White, Sean Jones, Keith Jackson, Eugene Robinson, and that Favre guy.
    BTW, glad to see you abandoned the last Favre thread, just as predicted, only to come back as one of your other online personalities (how pathetic is that?) once your Supersuckers persona was made to look like a fool.

  160. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 2:41 PM

    “@ super….dude,do you need a writer? That was so lame….”
    ——-
    Go get your shinebox whig!

  161. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 2:48 PM

    BTW, glad to see you abandoned the last Favre thread, just as predicted, only to come back as one of your other online personalities (how pathetic is that?) once your Supersuckers persona was made to look like a fool.
    ——————–
    Sorry dude. Didnt abandon anything nor come back as a different online personality. Go lose yourself in a corn field somewhere. For a guy that switches his favorite team to follow Brett to call out anyone for logging as a different nam….well..its a bit hypocritical dont ya think? Which Favre thread are you referencing?

  162. RC IV says: Aug 2, 2010 2:56 PM

    Supersuckers says:
    August 2, 2010 1:21 PM
    A man met a fairy that granted him one wish. “I want to live forever, ” he said.
    “Sorry” said the fairy, “I’m not allowed to grant wishes like that.”
    “Fine,” the man said, “I want to die after the Vikings win the Super
    Bowl!”
    “You crafty b@stard,” said the fairy.
    ====================
    Let me guess: The fairy’s name was Ted.

  163. BrentFavre says: Aug 2, 2010 3:08 PM

    Majik Bullet says:
    the Saints built their team using all three avenues equally, and they have a Super Bowl trophy to show for it.
    Heck, even when the Pack won one way back in ’96, the one all Packer fans so desperately cling to, that team was built up through free agency and trades, guys like White, Sean Jones, Keith Jackson, Eugene Robinson, and that Favre guy.
    _____
    Oh I get it. You say all the ways are best used? Trades, free agency, and the draft?
    So… Would Woodson ( free agency), Ryan Pickett (free agency), Tramon Williams ( free agency), Cullen Jenkins( free agency) Atari bigby(FA), Donald Lee( FA) Ryan Grant (trade), Greg Jennings (draft) Aaron Rodgers ( draft), Clay Matthews (draft), Nick Collins ( draft), Josh Sitton ( draft) Jermichael Finley ( draft), James Jones ( draft), ect count as free agents trade aquisitions, and draft picks for Ted Thompson? Or do they not count because you choose to ignore them to try and prove a point that dosen’t exist?
    The Packers rely hevaily on the draft ( most efficently run teams do), but they sure as heck utilize the other avenues as well.

  164. thirdandgoal says: Aug 2, 2010 3:09 PM

    @Ruvell100
    that was a lot of nice stats you rattled off in reply to my post, but i don’t see how they refute my statement.
    as per your stats, he’s obviously been in a lot of close ball games in the 4th qtr. doesn’t (or, shouldn’t) he get credit for putting his team(s) in that position?
    i guess i’m also confused by your statement that “he hasn’t really brought his team back from as many games as the media want you to believe”. isn’t that pretty a pretty cut-n-dried stat– either you were behind and then won the game, or not?
    And finally, all those stats you rattled off– i’d like to know, how do they compare to other high-end QB’s of the same time, and what was his (their) records in those games? it’s still boils down to winning the game.
    i don’t have the emotional view-point that a viking or packer fan has, i’m just telling you, as a casual fan, he is among the 2 or 3 qb’s i’d want to give the ball to in a game-winning situation. i think all of his detractors are saying he can’t do it, just like they were this time, last year. i stand by my original comment.

  165. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 3:10 PM

    Super
    How is me switching teams anything like you logging on as a different user? I openly admit to switching teams, while you blatantly lie about using multiple ID’s on here, which I’m guessing you do because you are the only person stupid enough to actually agree with you.
    I have a reason for switching teams, I didn’t believe in the management, or the direction they were heading. You switched user names because you are a pathetic loser whose own real life friends don’t even like you.
    The last Favre thread we were talking on is the one I’m referring to, the one where I brought up the free agency built Saints, again, to combat your foolish notion of how free agency doesn’t work. You dodged the question, kind of like you’re doing now.

  166. Beer Cheese Soup says: Aug 2, 2010 3:18 PM

    RC IV Says:
    Beer.. You are a POS racist. Nothing you type on here matters. Stop posting idiot.
    _________________________________
    Translation: I don’t have an argument for anything you said, so I will just label you, even if I myself know how absurd it is.

  167. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 3:23 PM

    Majik Bullet says:
    August 2, 2010 3:10 PM
    Super
    How is me switching teams anything like you logging on as a different user? I openly admit to switching teams, while you blatantly lie about using multiple ID’s on here, which I’m guessing you do because you are the only person stupid enough to actually agree with you.
    I have a reason for switching teams, I didn’t believe in the management, or the direction they were heading. You switched user names because you are a pathetic loser whose own real life friends don’t even like you.
    The last Favre thread we were talking on is the one I’m referring to, the one where I brought up the free agency built Saints, again, to combat your foolish notion of how free agency doesn’t work. You dodged the question, kind of like you’re doing now.
    —————
    What question am I dodging exactly? So you believed in the Jets management then didn’t like their management style. Then you liked Minnesota’s management? Seems a bit coincidental… Brent favre posts shoots your argument down. By the way, you talk like the Thompson/McCarthy regime is over when saying it has netted 0 titles. It’s only just begun……

  168. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 3:25 PM

    “you are a pathetic loser whose own real life friends don’t even like you.”

  169. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 3:28 PM

    “The last Favre thread we were talking on is the one I’m referring to, the one where I brought up the free agency built Saints, again, to combat your foolish notion of how free agency doesn’t work. You dodged the question, kind of like you’re doing now.”
    ———-
    Well lets fire that bad boy thread back up and continue on. What is its title?

  170. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 3:29 PM

    Brent
    If you want to interrupt a conversation between 2 adults, at least have something meaningful to say. I’m talking impact free agents, not nickel corners and backup tight ends, so guys like Bigby, Jenkins, Williams and Lee don’t really count.

  171. BrentFavre says: Aug 2, 2010 3:30 PM

    Beer Cheese Soup says:
    Translation: I don’t have an argument for anything you said, so I will just label you, even if I myself know how absurd it is.
    ______
    Would you expect anything else from these Viking fans on here? It’s their only tactic to combate logical discussion.
    Percy, in particular, has himself as PhD in it.

  172. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 3:36 PM

    Supersuckers says:
    August 2, 2010 3:28 PM
    “The last Favre thread we were talking on is the one I’m referring to, the one where I brought up the free agency built Saints, again, to combat your foolish notion of how free agency doesn’t work. You dodged the question, kind of like you’re doing now.”
    ———-
    Well lets fire that bad boy thread back up and continue on. What is its title?
    —————————————
    I found it! You think I am mattgso????? That was Friday night. I wasn’t near a computer on Friday night. He makes excellent points though.

  173. FavreBlows says: Aug 2, 2010 3:39 PM

    LordFavre says:
    August 1, 2010 6:37 PM
    Hey Favreblows….you sound like you’re Aaron Rodgers’ Lover….
    Do you blow Rodgers? I bet you do….
    Aaron Rodgers sucks…literally.
    He’s the new Jeff George of the NFL….
    All Stats…and NO WINS….
    You TT and AROD nuttlickers are the most pathetic jokes in the NFL>…..
    Favre carried your team, coaches, and GM for years after Holmgren left….and now you’re losers once again….
    Welcome back to the 1970’s, Pack fans…
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHA….
    ****How can one even respond to simpleton garbage like LordFavre? You’re a freakin’ pig who clearly wasn’t raised right by his parents. And the BS about Rodgers not winning games. He finished the year 7-1 once he got some protection from his line last year. He is primed for one hell of a 2010 with a team that Vegas believes is just as good as any in the league. And unlike your hero Brett, he appears to be a good man who isn’t infatuated with seeing his name on Sportcenter.
    Grow up man.

  174. Gravy Makes Sconnies Fat says: Aug 2, 2010 3:41 PM

    brent, the problem with the packers is that thompson is just too cheap, he will never pull the trigger on deals that could put them in the super bowl. that (and his bad drafting) is why your o-line was in a shambles last season, he wouldn’t sign anybody to fill the holes. same thing with your lack of pass rush this year, your special teams, your secondary – he doesn’t bring in people to fill obvious holes.
    i can understand majik bullet switching teams when there’s a gm that he sees ruining his team. you guys never used to have losing seasons before thompson came did you? and under thompson you’ve only had 2 winning seasons in 5 years and only won 1 playoff game.
    i’m sure thompson doesn’t suck on purpose but jesus look at his results. his biggest problems that i see are that he’s cheap, lazy and stupid. seriously, as long as he is your gm, viking fans feel safe that we’ll keep on winning the division year after year.

  175. Gravy Makes Sconnies Fat says: Aug 2, 2010 3:46 PM

    i don’t blame packer fans for pretending they don’t mind never getting pro bowl players through trades or free agency (except for woodson, 1 in 5 years) but obviously you would be dancing in the streets to have a gm who signed or traded for free agents like steve hutchinson, jarred allen, pat white, antoine winfield, brett favre, not to mention a gm who has picked 4 1st round picks and 2 of them have been rookie of the year, plus a 2nd round pro bowler like sid rice.
    anyone who says they’re glad they don’t have free agents like hutchinson, allen, etc. are just not telling the truth. but since you have a gm who isn’t gonna sign pro bowl free agents, you might as well pretend you like it. it’s not like you can force him to change.

  176. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 3:48 PM

    Super
    I stopped cheering for the Pack, and so I decided to root for Favre. He left the Jets, and I had no other ties to them, so I chose to root for Favre when he went to the Vikings. I was impressed with what I saw from the management, and how they seemed to actually value winning. So, like I’ve said to you many times, I’m a Viking fan, and will be when Favre hangs it up.
    But keep rehashing this pointless argument, as it seems to be the only ammo you have to use against me.
    And to clarify, Ragnar once stated he was your “friend.” But it’s quite clear he doesn’t really like you, it seems like a pity friendship to me. Maybe they let you hang around because of all the free curly fries you give them.
    The other thread is
    “Favre thought, “I’m done”; now thinks he could play to age 50″.
    And BrentFavre’s post proved nothing but his own stupidity, and re-confirmed yours for agreeing with him.

  177. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 3:53 PM

    Super
    Don’t act like it’s not you. You act the same, have the same idiotic beliefs, even use the same terminology. There’s just no way there are 2 people in this world who are that incredibly stupid. And you were even dumb enough to use your real name as part of your user name.
    And everyone in here knows you’re around a computer 24/7, it’s your only chance of seeing a naked girl, or more likely in your case, a naked dude. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

  178. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 3:56 PM

    “And BrentFavre’s post proved nothing but his own stupidity, and re-confirmed yours for agreeing with him.”
    ———
    We will see whose right and whose wrong very soon. Why are you such an angry fellow?

  179. imissmydeadspin says: Aug 2, 2010 4:00 PM

    Brent
    i also know of a 40 year old QB that torched your packer secondary twice last year. and a 37 year old QB that also beat it down in the playoffs. or was he 38?

  180. FavreBlows says: Aug 2, 2010 4:05 PM

    @ Perky’s Gravy–
    TT is just fine as GM. He prefers to build mainly through the draft, but he has been very effective in building what is now one of the most talented rosters in football. And the comment that he doesn’t spend money is lacking merit for a couple of reasons……they tend to spend money in re-signing their own……and he has to be a bit more careful than most. He doesn’t have a billioinaire named Zigmund backing him up.
    I will give you this. The Vikings management decisions over the past five years have been simply F’n golden. Everything they have touched has turned to gold. That is extremely rare in this league and to claim that it is evidence that FA spending is the key to success…….well then you haven’t been paying attention to Daniel Snyder the past decade.
    And I will always say that TT’s decision to first draft Rodgers, and then tell Favre to F-off, will go down as one of the best, and courageous management decisions in NFL history.

  181. BrentFavre says: Aug 2, 2010 4:15 PM

    Beer Cheese Soup says:
    Translation: I don’t have an argument for anything you said, so I will just label you, even if I myself know how absurd it is.
    ______
    Would you expect anything else from these Viking fans on here? It’s their only tactic to combate logical discussion.
    Percy, in particular, has himself as PhD in it.

  182. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 4:17 PM

    Super says:
    We will see whose right and whose wrong very soon. Why are you such an angry fellow?
    ________________
    It’s who’s, not whose, you dolt. Why are you such an ignorant fellow?
    And we’ve already seen who’s right. Ted has had 5 years, and done nothing.
    Once again, I will ask you. If free agency doesn’t work, and the only way to build a winner is the draft, please explain how the Saints managed to win the Super Bowl with such blatant use of free agency.

  183. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 4:21 PM

    Majik Bullet says:
    August 2, 2010 3:53 PM
    Super
    Don’t act like it’s not you. You act the same, have the same idiotic beliefs, even use the same terminology. There’s just no way there are 2 people in this world who are that incredibly stupid. And you were even dumb enough to use your real name as part of your user name.
    And everyone in here knows you’re around a computer 24/7, it’s your only chance of seeing a naked girl, or more likely in your case, a naked dude. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
    ————————-
    Sorry to rain on your parade Inspector Gadget but I was no where near a computer on Friday night. The aforementioned Ragnar can confirm if he chooses to. if not thats ok too because you are becoming borderline moronic insisting that I was using someone elses screen name.

  184. mattgso says: Aug 2, 2010 4:23 PM

    # Majik Bullet says: August 2, 2010 4:17 PM
    If free agency doesn’t work, and the only way to build a winner is the draft, please explain how the Saints managed to win the Super Bowl with such blatant use of free agency.
    ————————————————-
    12 men in the huddle, RB fumbles, and a choking QB. That played a big part.

  185. Gravy Makes Sconnies Fat says: Aug 2, 2010 4:25 PM

    “I will give you this. The Vikings management decisions over the past five years have been simply F’n golden. Everything they have touched has turned to gold.”
    thanks FavreBlows, i give you credit for admitting that seriously. but the point is that the free agent picks have been a huge part of it. spielman’s draft picks, free agent picks and trades have all been golden and that’s the best way to build a team, upgrading the roster by all 3 means at your disposal.
    free agency is like the draft, it only works if you use it wisely. dan snyder has used it horribly but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t use it anymore than you shouldn’t use the draft just because al davis uses it horribly. that’s all i’m saying. and i’m not saying that thompson is the worst gm in the league either, he’s made some good picks like rodgers and matthews.
    it’s just that to me, snyder and thompson are the 2 extremes as far as free agency and both are wrong, you have to be somewhere in between those two.

  186. Supersuckers says: Aug 2, 2010 4:26 PM

    Once again, I will ask you. If free agency doesn’t work, and the only way to build a winner is the draft, please explain how the Saints managed to win the Super Bowl with such blatant use of free agency.
    —————
    They primarily built their core through the draft and like Green Bay supplement roughly 25 percent of their game day 45 with FA’s and trades. Teds teams have done nothing? Take a look at what wolf’s teams did in the first four years of his regime. Go ahead. Total up the wins and compare. I, for your sake will leave 2005 out because 4-12 and 29 picks isnt very good. But truthfully Thompson’s first year was evaluation.

  187. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 4:28 PM

    Hey FavreBlows,
    Just reading your screen name gave me a pretty good idea of the level of intelligence I was dealing with, but the first paragraph in that post really drove it home. You don’t need a billionaire owner backing you up in the NFL. Unlike baseball, where money talks, the NFL, up until this year, has had a salary cap, and revenue sharing, which puts every team on a level playing field.
    This is why small market teams, like New Orleans, Pittsburgh, and Atlanta can remain competitive with teams from New York, Dallas, and Chicago. So there is no reason for Ted to be so frugal. He just has a strong desire to draft his own guys, and doesn’t care that the Packers have been and will continue to be a mediocre team under his watch.

  188. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 4:45 PM

    Of course his first year was evaluation, according to you. I suppose imploding the offensive line was just “evaluation”? Leaving the 4-12 off does nothing for me, it’s just you trying to justify your Teddy love by trying to wish away his futility.
    But let’s do things your way, only use 4 years, not including the first, which would start us off in ’93 for Wolf, seeing as how he was not acting GM until the 1992 season.
    Not one season worse than 9-7, 2 division titles, multiple playoff wins, and a Super Bowl win. 44-22, 51-29 if you count the first year, taking over a 4-12 team.
    Ted has one division title, 1 playoff win, 1 losing season, and an 8-8 year, and no Super Bowls. 38-26, 42-38 if you count first year, taking over a 10-6 team.
    So what point were you trying to make?

  189. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 5:01 PM

    And sorry to burst your bubble, but the Saints’ core was acquired through free agency and trades, not the draft.
    Brees, Pierre Thomas, Shockey (trade), Jon Goodwin, Remi Ayodele, Anthony Hargrove, Bobby McCrayScott Fujita, Jon Vilma (trade), Scott Shanle (trade), Randall Gay, Jabari Greer, and Darren Sharper.
    These guys were all starters for the Super Bowl champs, and not one of them was drafted by the Saints. 13 of 22 starters, the core of the Champs.

  190. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 5:09 PM

    I made an error previously, Wolf was 53-27 in his first 5, not 51-29. Ted was still 42-38, and he still sucks.

  191. FavreBlows says: Aug 2, 2010 5:26 PM

    @ majik butt
    http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/article/2008-03-25/nfl-executive-year-packers-thompson
    Yeah…..they give out the executive of the year award to the really sh!tty GM’s!
    Yeah…..you know more than all of the GMs in football, who vote for the award.
    How does it feel to wake up every morning, look in the mirror, and realize you are just that stupid?

  192. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 6:56 PM

    Awesome FavreBlows, Ted won a meaningless award, and followed up that ground breaking, award winning season with… a 6-10 dud.
    You know, Lindy Infante once won the NFL Coach of the Year award, so I guess that means he’s a great coach, right? So did Ray Rhodes, Dick Jauron, and Lovie Smith. All first ballot hall of famers, I’m sure.
    The only award that really holds any merit for an NFL exec. should be Lombardi trophies, of which Ted hasn’t even sniffed in 10 years of running a team. The guys has only won a single playoff game in 10 years. Yeah, he’s truly great.

  193. RC IV says: Aug 2, 2010 8:58 PM

    BrentFavre says:
    August 2, 2010 3:30 PM
    Beer Cheese Soup says:
    Translation: I don’t have an argument for anything you said, so I will just label you, even if I myself know how absurd it is.
    ______
    Would you expect anything else from these Viking fans on here? It’s their only tactic to combate logical discussion.
    Percy, in particular, has himself as PhD in it.
    ==========================
    No Beer: I just don’t listen to anything racist people have to say.
    You condemned a whole region of the country.
    You are an ignorant POS and your opinion means nothing.
    Brent:
    If you Packer turds presented a logical discussion, we may join in with you.
    So far, you haven’t had 1 yet.
    Majik:
    Super and I were out getting shit our pants drunk friday. He isn’t mattsgo.
    I don’t agree with his opinions, but I don’t hate or pity him.
    He can’t help his ignorance.

  194. Majik Bullet says: Aug 2, 2010 10:19 PM

    Ragnar
    I pity you for having to be around that clown, as I usually do my best to avoid such ignorant people. And if he’s this stupid and annoying while sober, you must have the patience and conviction of 10 men to not knock his teeth out when he’s drinking. If he truly behaves like this in real life, he wouldn’t make it 5 minutes around people I know. You’re a better man than I Ragnar.
    The real tragedy here is if mattgso and Super aren’t the same person, there are 2 people in the world that incredibly dumb. Scary.

  195. Beer Cheese Soup says: Aug 2, 2010 11:03 PM

    RC IV says:
    No Beer: I just don’t listen to anything racist people have to say.
    You condemned a whole region of the country.
    You are an ignorant POS and your opinion means nothing.
    ___________________________________
    Congrats! You are officially the ultimate hypocrite of this site. Super Suck and Bob Nelson are now off the hook.
    You have “condemned” your own state multiple times, you douche. You make racially divisive statements frequently, and homophobic ones even more often than that. Nothing is off-topic for you here, except football of course. It’s okay when you do it though, right?
    Conversely, I said I hate most Midwesterners because they are ignorant. You are a walking example of how right I am in saying that. That’s not racism!! No where in my statement was race even mentioned! If anything, I’m a regional-ist. I’ll own up to that one.
    Also, you say you “don’t listen to racist people”, yet you seem to listen to your good friend Suck, AKA Hydra, AKA Burgess, AKA fifty other names, fairly often, and he has spewed more racial slurs than Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan and William J. Simmons combined. So your most recent post is a bold-face lie as well. I don’t know why you even bother.


    Majik Bullet says:
    The only award that really holds any merit for an NFL exec. should be Lombardi trophies, of which Ted hasn’t even sniffed in 10 years of running a team. The guys has only won a single playoff game in 10 years. Yeah, he’s truly great.
    ___________________________________
    That is the most intelligent post that’s appeared on these threads in six months. Thank you.
    All Ted Fans: There is only one measure of a good team in this league, and that is championships.
    Ted, despite five years running two separate franchises, has yet to come close to winning one. That is not the mark of a good GM. If you are going to be satisfied with the annual playoff losses Ted is famous for, you might as well all go be Viking fans.
    …and please, take Ted with you. He’s done far more to put good talent in Minnesota than he has in Green Bay anyhow.

  196. FavreBlows says: Aug 2, 2010 11:58 PM

    Majik Butt—
    With your logic…..the entire Viking franchise is a massive failure! I agree with you!
    Fact is…….TT has been pretty F’n good for the Pack. He knew enough to get rid of the EGO and to turn to Rodgers. That took balls. He has a team that can win it all this year……and for the next several years. You pr!cks from the west are so stupid. We not only have tons of NFL championships…….we will be better than you this year….again……stupid Viking fans!

  197. RC IV says: Aug 3, 2010 8:48 AM

    Beer Cheese Soup says:
    August 2, 2010 11:03 PM
    RC IV says:
    No Beer: I just don’t listen to anything racist people have to say.
    You condemned a whole region of the country.
    You are an ignorant POS and your opinion means nothing.
    ____________________ _______________
    Congrats! You are officially the ultimate hypocrite of this site. Super Suck and Bob Nelson are now off the hook.
    You have “condemned” your own state multiple times, you douche. You make racially divisive statements frequently, and homophobic ones even more often than that. Nothing is off-topic for you here, except football of course. It’s okay when you do it though, right?
    Conversely, I said I hate most Midwesterners because they are ignorant. You are a walking example of how right I am in saying that. That’s not racism!! No where in my statement was race even mentioned! If anything, I’m a regional-ist. I’ll own up to that one.
    Also, you say you “don’t listen to racist people”, yet you seem to listen to your good friend Suck, AKA Hydra, AKA Burgess, AKA fifty other names, fairly often, and he has spewed more racial slurs than Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan and William J. Simmons combined. So your most recent post is a bold-face lie as well. I don’t know why you even bother
    ===============================
    Wrong wrong wrong!
    I call TT and GayRod gay, because these rumors do not start without cause. Hell, they can touch dinks on hte big G in Lambeau for all I care.
    I am not homophobic, I make homoerotic comments that get people spichnters all bunged up, it’s not my problem that they may be getting a 1/2 a pack of rolaids in their packer underoos.
    Show me where I have made a racially divisive statement on here. That is an out and out lie and you know it.
    Why would I defend this state? Look at the idiots on these boards. You think I want to be asscociated with that? I live 3 fricking miles from Minnesota dumb ass, it’s not like I’m in the center of the state!
    Your post awhile back did claim the whole region was ignorant, but it was based on the fact that you are a mixed race. You condemned a whole area for certain people being ignorant to you.
    I don’t think it has anything to do with race. I think people cannot stand you because of your personality and the way you carry yourself.
    If PFT is any barometer, I’m not suprised that you had problems.
    Super is the farthest thing from racist. The slame term whig for Pervy is his way of calling out Pervy for “acting” black. It has nothing to do with black people and is meant as a put down to whites. So you can give that up also.
    Me not bother? If you didn’t talk about TT, youd have zilch to say. Oh that and your 12 titles. You are an ignorant POS and a racist to boot, yet you want to condemn me for my comments?
    Re-read some of the stuff put down by me, you do not have a leg to stand on. STFU!!

  198. RC IV says: Aug 3, 2010 8:51 AM

    Majik Bullet says:
    August 2, 2010 10:19 PM
    Ragnar
    I pity you for having to be around that clown, as I usually do my best to avoid such ignorant people. And if he’s this stupid and annoying while sober, you must have the patience and conviction of 10 men to not knock his teeth out when he’s drinking. If he truly behaves like this in real life, he wouldn’t make it 5 minutes around people I know. You’re a better man than I Ragnar.
    ===============================
    Bullett:
    You are taking this way to seriously. You have differing opinions, nothing more.

  199. Supersuckers says: Aug 3, 2010 10:13 AM

    ” If he truly behaves like this in real life, he wouldn’t make it 5 minutes around people I know. ”
    ——
    behave like what majik? That I believe building through the draft is the best way??? that would get my teeth knocked out in Monroe? I am starting to understand the anger. Your posts used to remind me of Rainn Wilson’s character in the office. but he is not Majik angry. now, when I read your posts, I hear Mel Gibson’s insanity and rage. Just pure hate. We all have downer days and bad moods but dude you gotta chill.

  200. Majik Bullet says: Aug 3, 2010 10:18 AM

    No Super, it’s not your football opinions, its how you carry yourself. Arrogant pricks like you don’t last around here.

  201. Supersuckers says: Aug 3, 2010 10:33 AM

    Majik Bullet says:
    August 3, 2010 10:18 AM
    No Super, it’s not your football opinions, its how you carry yourself. Arrogant pricks like you don’t last around here.
    ——————
    If you , someone that doesn’t know me other then what is typed tongue in cheek on here thinks I am a arrogant prick what would you call yourself based upon what you type on here?

  202. jc1958cool says: Aug 5, 2010 9:06 AM

    brett is playing to get back at thompson i’ll show you! and he did in the title game same as giants!great player,matches his ego. if he went back to jets think they would have won it all? favre instead of sanchez!wrong move brett the crybaby

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