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Childress: Favre in walking boot, has stress fracture

Minnesota’s loss to Green Bay Sunday night will be costly in more ways than one.

Vikings coach Brad Childress revealed at his press conference Monday that Brett Favre is in a walking boot.  An MRI revealed Favre has two fractures in his ankle: an avulsion fracture and stress fracture. They will not require surgery.

It’s worth noting the injuries can’t be overly devastating, because Childress wouldn’t rule anything out about Favre’s status this week, calling him “day to day.”

Asked if Favre has to practice for a chance to play against the Patriots, Childress indicated most players have to practice to play.  Childress said Favre wouldn’t necessarily get more leeway than anyone else in deciding his status. The coach isn’t worried about Favre’s starting streak.

“We have to do what’s right for Minnesota Vikings,” Childress said.

That may not include Favre this week.  (Although we’ll believe Favre is sitting when Tarvaris Jackson lines up under center, and not before.)

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  1. FlipDaScript says: Oct 25, 2010 3:49 PM

    Stress fractures, as is multiple fractures? That’s not good.
    Probably will miss 3-4 weeks at a minimum.
    Goodbye streak.

  2. gregjennings says: Oct 25, 2010 3:51 PM

    Childress indicated Favre wouldn’t necessarily get more leeway than anyone else.
    You know like attending training camp. Childress can’t hold Favre’s jock.

  3. OverAchieva says: Oct 25, 2010 3:51 PM

    I think this is a cover for benching Favre. Since benching him might be embarrassing to his legacy, they are going to use the injury as an excuse to do it, so he can save face.

  4. Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says: Oct 25, 2010 3:51 PM

    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. “

  5. Supersuckers2 says: Oct 25, 2010 3:51 PM

    This is exactly how we knew Minnesota and Favre’s season was going to go. We gave you Viking fans fair warning!

  6. Ilovefoolsball says: Oct 25, 2010 3:52 PM

    Why wouldn’t he give Favre more leeway than anyone else? He already let him miss training camp, publicly berate the coach, and throw several games away. At this point what can it hurt (other than Favre’s ankle) to let him get out there and just be a kid, run around and have fun?
    I just feel sorry for Randy Moss a little. To go from a superbowl contender to a top 3 overall draft pick contender has gotta be disappointing.

  7. ArcticEdge says: Oct 25, 2010 3:52 PM

    Childress should be fired and Favre should run the offense. If we let Favre control the offense we’ll win every game easy.

  8. Mick says: Oct 25, 2010 3:53 PM

    Oh Favre is going to play this week – that streak is all he lives for. And he’ll get props by anyone with a press pass for being more courageous than Anne Frank.

  9. OverAchieva says: Oct 25, 2010 3:53 PM

    What better way to cover up Favre’s benching then to disguise it as an injury. If he is benched for an injury, it wont look as bad as being benched because he throws too many interceptions and constantly makes poor decisions.

  10. KingViking says: Oct 25, 2010 3:54 PM

    Fact is that if the guy is hurt you have to go with your best backup.
    Thank god we have a solid backup in Sage Rosenfels, he should be able to come in and……..
    Wait…………….
    Oh, ……….damn.

  11. Jets suck says: Oct 25, 2010 3:54 PM

    Come on Brett, my Fantasy Defense is the Pats and I am counting on you for some BIG points next week!!

  12. madmike says: Oct 25, 2010 3:55 PM

    Well Tavaris, here’s your chance. Spent a season learning under Favre, you have all the weapons you could possibly want, if you can’t get it done, your career is over.

  13. Infidel says: Oct 25, 2010 3:56 PM

    Man, this guy will do ANYTHING to elicit ANY sympathy to divert attention from a) his lousy play and b) his philandering issues ….

  14. Rhode Island Patriots Fan says: Oct 25, 2010 3:56 PM

    The speculation that Brett “Lord of the Interceptions” Favre will miss next week’s game in Foxborough is laughable. Favre’s “drama queen” image is exceeded only by his ego. Bill Belichick was once quoted as saying “stats are for losers,” but Favre seems to live for them. Doesn’t he even own the one for “career interceptions thrown”? Rest assured, if Brett Favre were in a stage-4 coma, they would wheel him out on the Gillette Stadium field next Sunday to preserve his “consecutive starts as a quarterback” milestone.
    As for the Patriots, my counsel is simple: play football for 60 minutes, including the 4th quarter! Otherwise, the Pats will likely become an addition to yet another of Favre’s records: “career regular-season victories by a starting quarterback.”

  15. fritz3249 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:00 PM

    He couldn’t throw at the end of his JETS season and he still played. Sunk that season for the Jets. The question is will the Vikings allow him to play no matter what the injury? Does Chilly have enough guts to bench Lord Favre and end the streak?

  16. Stupid Raiders Fan says: Oct 25, 2010 4:02 PM

    He really looked banged up last night- when he was jumping up and down on what he thought was the game winner you could tell he was in pain, just feeling the adrenaline. And right after the game he was struggling, limping around shaking hands. But after the press conference when the pain had time to set in you could tell it was bad, He was really limping and wincing.
    He’s looks like he’s aged a lot in the last few years. At the press conference he looked every bit of 50 years old. And I always thought he looked young for his age before.

  17. tian says: Oct 25, 2010 4:02 PM

    If they trot out Favre again, and if they even allow him to take snaps during practice; they will officially throw the towel in for the season.
    Me? I would start Tarvaris Jackson and have Favre mentor him.

  18. Majik Bullet says: Oct 25, 2010 4:05 PM

    # Supersuckers2 says: October 25, 2010 3:51 PM
    This is exactly how we knew Minnesota and Favre’s season was going to go. We gave you Viking fans fair warning!
    ________________
    You told us that Favre would get 2 fractures in his ankle via an illegal hit by a Packer player (see above post by Hershal), and that GB would get a cheap win via 2 awful TD calls by the refs? I don’t remember that prediction.

  19. Alpha Male says: Oct 25, 2010 4:06 PM

    # Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says: October 25, 2010 3:51 PM
    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    ______
    I’m pretty sure it was a tackle – arms wrapped around the lower legs/ankles – if you’re referring to the take down on the Hawk INT. Different from from a flagrant lunge at the knees or below.

  20. DowntownIslander says: Oct 25, 2010 4:07 PM

    If Childress really thinks “We have to do what’s right for Minnesota Vikings,” Brad can pack up his things and keep it pushin….

  21. JWH says: Oct 25, 2010 4:08 PM

    Brett, my man, easy solution.
    Retire. Again.
    Then in December, un-retire. Again.
    Ankle healed, record intact.

  22. Krashie21 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:08 PM

    Infidel says:
    October 25, 2010 3:56 PM
    Man, this guy will do ANYTHING to elicit ANY sympathy to divert attention from a) his lousy play and b) his philandering issues ….
    __________________________________
    There should be no other post, but this ONE. Because it clearly says it all and is exactly what is happening.
    He will retire before he gets suspended and will blame his horrible, overrated play on injuries that only show up in losses.
    Bank on it.

  23. Kolb to Jackson says: Oct 25, 2010 4:08 PM

    “Childress: Favre in walking boot, has stress fracture”
    ——————–
    Sexting never stopped Favre from doing his thing. What makes you think a little fracture will end his streak of 253 consecutive games started?

  24. H25 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:09 PM

    Does anyone remember, pre Favre, that Tavarius Jackson was the worst starting QB in the NFL? At least Favre could make a difficult throw now and again. Jackson cannot make any throws. Pats will win by 20 if Jackson is playing

  25. Ilovefoolsball says: Oct 25, 2010 4:09 PM

    I also really feel sorry for pervy, robert ethen, paulitik, vikings princess, I know I’m leaving out some of you but you guys just hang in there, you still have TJack and mullet.

  26. MkePackFan says: Oct 25, 2010 4:10 PM

    Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says:October 25, 2010 3:51 PMShould be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit. Per NFL “No defensive player who
    has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    The key word is “flagrantly”. That wasn’t a flagrant tackle. If that was illegal, then technically all ankle & foot tackles would be illegal.

  27. frank booth says: Oct 25, 2010 4:10 PM

    Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says:
    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction.
    ===================================
    I didn’t see any plays where this occurred. A Packer defender came in untouched or unblocked last night and flagrantly dove at Favre’s ankle?
    I watched the entire game, and I didn’t see nor did any of the announcers talk about this happening. If you can direct me to the video of this, I would appreciate it.

  28. CalViking says: Oct 25, 2010 4:10 PM

    Interesting quote by Coach Clueless,” We have to do what’s right for the Minnesota Vikings”. So when does Clueless hold the press conference to announce his resignation?

  29. halestorm74 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:11 PM

    Wow…. Perhaps Tjack would be the right choice at this point. I’m happy to have Brett but the bottom line is he turned the ball over 24 times in 6 games. If Tjack started the season would this team be 2-4?

  30. SAL MAGLUDA IS A DOLFAN says: Oct 25, 2010 4:13 PM

    Good bye Brett good writtens. Blame your return on the three hillbillies that came to your home and begged you to return only to see your demise in a national audience that might culminate in 1.) A loss to Green Bay 2.) Your crippling ankles giving no more on NBC and 3.) A harrasment saga that will ultimately end up in shear embarrasment. Good bye brett!!! Finally!

  31. AFCroxNFCsox says: Oct 25, 2010 4:14 PM

    Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says:
    October 25, 2010 3:51 PM
    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    ===================================
    Per America – You’re an idiot. And learn how to spell your golden boy’s name correctly.

  32. Pastabelly says: Oct 25, 2010 4:15 PM

    With the exception of Mangini, Belichick probably doesn’t get along with anyone less than Childress. Childress wants to keep Belichick guessing on Favre. This is a joke. He’ll be playing and throwing picks.

  33. JRG3 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:16 PM

    This is how Favre wants it to end. Going down in a blaze of glory. its picture perfect,just how he wanted it,except for the glory part

  34. GoTitans says: Oct 25, 2010 4:17 PM

    What ever happened to Percy Harvin, The Real Percy Harvin, Percy Harvin’s mom, ect that used this site to claim the Vikings dominance over all of the NFL? That is what I thought….gone like yesterday!

  35. frank booth says: Oct 25, 2010 4:18 PM

    2011- Vikings celebrate 50 years of football without an NFL Championship or Super Bowl victory.

  36. AFCroxNFCsox says: Oct 25, 2010 4:19 PM

    Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says:
    October 25, 2010 3:51 PM
    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    ===================================
    Per America – You’re an idiot. And learn how to spell your golden boy’s name correctly.

  37. Deb says: Oct 25, 2010 4:20 PM

    A cover up for benching him? Diverting from his infidelities? Are you people kidding?
    Good grief, I’ve wandered into a Taliban prayer meeting.
    I’m a nice church-going Bible teacher, not an apologist for randy married men. But Favre’s poor decision to ask out a woman trying to portray herself as the only wide-eyed innocent ever to pose nude for Maxim is between him and his wife. There’s NO proof he sent any photos. He wasn’t Sterger’s supervisor. All she had to do was turn him down. And yes, sometimes we have to turn down the same guy more than once. Nothing on those tapes indicates intimidation or harassment. The incident occurred two years ago, and obviously was not a problem for her during her employment. She kept the materials “for laughs” and showed them to her friends.
    If Goodell were half the man he claims to be, he’d end this now rather than letting the NFL be party to an extortion plot. Aiding someone like that in her victim pretense is more disgusting than anything Favre’s been accused of doing.

  38. FavresWaffleOutlet says: Oct 25, 2010 4:21 PM

    Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says:
    October 25, 2010 3:51 PM
    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    ___________________________________
    Apparently you don’t know what the definition of “flagrantly” is. He was running away and was tackled from behind, idiot. What’s next…? We have to put pink helmet beanies and chartruese flags and belts on poor old Favre….? You’d be perfect for Goodell’s NFL panel. Where can you tackle a guy then…?
    Go watch soccer, you clown….only after you breeze through a Webster’s.
    Jesus.

  39. green man says: Oct 25, 2010 4:22 PM

    And career fumbles, he is the all time NFL leader in turnovers by a long shot. If we’re going to blow him for positive longevity stats (yards, td’s games) then we should rip him the same for the other side of the coin.
    Peyton will probably approach most of the positive stats but will never sniff the interception and fumble records.

  40. Hauschild says: Oct 25, 2010 4:23 PM

    Here’s a proclamation that has a high probability of being 100 percent accurate: Favre will play against New England, and an alarmingly high number of my fellow NFL football fans are intentionally idiotic.
    Normally, I’d expect more out of my fellow man, but my expectations have been managed.

  41. i told pervy id do this says: Oct 25, 2010 4:23 PM

    @Hershal Walkers #5 Personality:
    You have got to be kidding me here, Sally. Old man was stepping up and up into the pocket about to throw and Brad Jones dives and makes a standard wrap around the legs tackle. I have seen so much whining in every news story since the second the game ended it makes me sick. Just own it, you pathetic losers!
    Terrible coach!
    Old, beat up, selfish and “exposed” QB!
    Crappy inflatable stadium!
    No future!
    Goodbye to Brett’s streak and a Patriot beatdown will put you idiots at 2-5 and fighting for the cellar with the Lions! Karma is a lovely dish, how’s it taste??

  42. FavresWaffleOutlet says: Oct 25, 2010 4:26 PM

    ArcticEdge says:
    October 25, 2010 3:52 PM
    Childress should be fired and Favre should run the offense. If we let Favre control the offense we’ll win every game easy.
    ___________________________________
    Wake up. Favre is running the offense. He’s changing the plays that Chilly/Bevell send in. That’s why he dogged Favre last night in the presser on the 3 picks when he said; “those plays are supposed to go the other way….and everything else he pointed out.”
    This “injury” is the latest drama. It worked out perfect like a plea deal….now Goodell won’t have to suspend him because he’ll be benched and/or retire soon. Too Bad….I have the Pats D next week on my fantasy team.

  43. wvpack says: Oct 25, 2010 4:27 PM

    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    ___________________________________
    Favre wasn’t hit flagrantly. He was tackled from behind by a LB who dove to make an ankle tackle. So technically, there was no foul.

  44. Purp Walk says: Oct 25, 2010 4:29 PM

    favre will do everything he can to start and keep the streak going, but he may not finish

  45. CanadianVikingFanII says: Oct 25, 2010 4:30 PM

    “We have to do what’s right for Minnesota Vikings,” Childress said.
    ————————————-
    This is the smartest thing Childress has done this year. It’s time for Tarvaris Jackson. Favre’s ego is getting to the players and coaches. Adrian Peterson admitted he was frustrated with Brett checking out of run plays for pass plays.
    Brett is losing all these games. Get out of Minnesota Brett Favre!!! Adrian Peterson, Percy Harvin and Randy Moss seem to be the only ones wanting to win and play well.

  46. #1Cheesehead says: Oct 25, 2010 4:33 PM

    I don’t think the hit on Favre qualifies as an illegal hit. When Favre was tackled, he had been flushed out of the pocket and was advancing toward the line of scrimmage. At that point, he became a ball carrier or rusher. I think you will find the rule does not apply to running backs, wide receivers or others (ie. rushing quarterbacks who have left the pocket and who are attempting to advance the ball).

  47. 8man says: Oct 25, 2010 4:33 PM

    This is such a bizarre development. The game was already crazy because it’s Moss’ return to Foxborough and it’s being played on frickin’ Halloween.
    Now this drama. I think I’d rather see Favre than Jackson. I know what Favre can and can’t do. Jackson might come of the bench and have one of those unexpected and legendary performances.
    Hopefully if the Vikings perform an on-side kick, the Patriots will do a little more than stand there and go, “Huh?”

  48. Sterling says: Oct 25, 2010 4:36 PM

    Anyone who saw the hit that hyperextended his ankle will not be surprised to learn that Favre has two stress fractures. What’s amazing is that he played almost the entire second half with the fractures, b/c the hit came early in the third quarter. And he never even had the ankle taped.

  49. MVP says: Oct 25, 2010 4:37 PM

    Asked if Favre has to practice for a chance to play against the Patriots, Childress indicated most players have to practice to play. Childress said Favre wouldn’t necessarily get more leeway than anyone else in deciding his status.
    What do you mean Chilly? Considering most players don’t get to skip camp; Don’t get picked up at the airport; And don’t get an entourage of players sent down to Mississippi to coddle him…………….i would expect that he would get more leeway.
    Chilly- you’re an ass clown

  50. Konquest says: Oct 25, 2010 4:38 PM

    Cue Vikings fans injury excuses….unlike the Packers.
    Missing 7 starters, who cares, we still win!!

  51. JimmySmith says: Oct 25, 2010 4:42 PM

    First off, Col Klink might like to pretend he is calling the shots but as his part time chauffeuring duties, cross dressing tendencies, and his national TV bitch slapping in last year’s Carolina game clearly demonstrates, Favre wears the pants in that relationship.
    The rest of this is merely acting. How Klink keeps his job is beyond me but after last night’s non challenge of the non TD, we are glad he has signed a long term contract extension.

  52. AFCroxNFCsox says: Oct 25, 2010 4:47 PM

    tian says:
    October 25, 2010 4:02 PM
    If they trot out Favre again, and if they even allow him to take snaps during practice; they will officially throw the towel in for the season.
    Me? I would start Tarvaris Jackson and have Favre mentor him.
    ===================================
    One thing you need to know about Favre is that he never mentors a guy who could replace him. Just ask Rodgers, Brooks, Hasselback, Warner, Brunell, etc. He’s only in it for himself. The Vikings should have seen this coming and kept Sage on the roster. Now they’re more screwed than ever because they have to beg TJack to lead them after what Chilly, Allen, Longwell, and Hutchinson did behind his back in August.

  53. Hershal Walkers #5 Personality says: Oct 25, 2010 4:50 PM

    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    _________________ __________________
    Favre wasn’t hit flagrantly. He was tackled from behind by a LB who dove to make an ankle tackle. So technically, there was no foul.
    ——————————————
    He dove? IE, launched at the exact bad ankle. Interesting. There’s rules there for a reason, but It’s okay Ben said he had the ball in the endzone.

  54. Tdk24 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:50 PM

    “Well Tavaris, here’s your chance. Spent a season learning under Favre, you have all the weapons you could possibly want, if you can’t get it done, your career is over.”
    Really? Favre hasn’t gotten it done since what, 1997? 31 QB’s don’t get it done every year. Are they done as well? Do we have 31 new starting QB’s each year? No, you f$&king retard.

  55. ArcticEdge says: Oct 25, 2010 4:50 PM

    Keys to the game:
    Quarless bogus TD.
    Shiancoe’s TD the refs blew.
    10+ missed holding calls on Allen.
    Illegal malicious hit on Harvin that should have been a Collins ejection.
    Jennings pushing off for his TD.
    BS PI call on Moss.
    Illegal hits on Favre intended to injure him.
    Late hits on Favre all game.
    Hawk kicking Peterson.
    Woodson illegal grabs to Peterson and Harvin on many plays.
    BS non call on Mathews taking his helmet off.
    BS call on the Mathews face mask.
    Refs purposely spotting the ball to give the Packers extra yards and take yards away from the Vikings.
    I know I’m missing a dozen more.

  56. crazyguy says: Oct 25, 2010 4:52 PM

    Should be noted that the hit on Farve’s ankle is technically an Illegal hit.
    Per NFL “No defensive player who has an unrestricted path to the quarterback may hit him flagrantly in the area of the knee(s) or below when approaching in any direction. ”
    _________________________________
    Should be noted that the only thing flagrant is the fact Mini-scrotum still considers itself a pro football team and playoff bound (just like the 49ers)

  57. iusedtobeteddybayer says: Oct 25, 2010 4:54 PM

    ’cause 40 year olds heal quickly and well.

  58. olskool711 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:54 PM

    I think I’ll threaten to retire as a fan.
    Its always good when I need a little attention.
    Sincerely,
    Guy who took his ball and went home when called on his _ _ _ _!

  59. Deb says: Oct 25, 2010 4:54 PM

    GoTitans says:
    October 25, 2010 4:17 PM
    What ever happened to Percy Harvin, The Real Percy Harvin, Percy Harvin’s mom, ect that used this site to claim the Vikings dominance over all of the NFL? That is what I thought….gone like yesterday!
    ————————————————
    If you’re trying to talk about the guy who used to post as Pervy Harvin, he’s right here on this thread posting as Pervy Moss. A lot of these guys have had to go through several name changes. But he hasn’t gone anywhere.
    I’m not a Vikes fan, but what has a Titans fan got to gloat about?

  60. Professor says: Oct 25, 2010 4:55 PM

    Hey Mick,
    You should give a little credit to the writer when you steal their lines. I read the same article you did on Deadspin. It’s titled Favre’s a Bitch and it’s written by a self proclaimed Viking fan. By far the coolest Viking fan I’ve ever heard of. It’s worth reading if you’re a Vikng or Packer fan.
    All I ask is that you give credit when quoting the article. Unlike our joke-stealing fellow poster Mick.

  61. Bell63 says: Oct 25, 2010 4:59 PM

    Oh please – he will play, and all week we’ll talk about whether or not he plays, and he’ll be some big hero for playing.

  62. mike says: Oct 25, 2010 5:02 PM

    Funny thing is Favre probably injured his ankle worse jumping up and down after the Harvin catch.
    On the last desperation pass Moss didnt jump to try and catch it. I guess he only plays when he wants to play. Favre was at or over the los anyway.

  63. ClownBurger says: Oct 25, 2010 5:03 PM

    Favre is such an ego maniac, I can practically guarantee you that he’ll at least take the first snap of these games just too keep his streak in tact.

  64. Nitschke says: Oct 25, 2010 5:08 PM

    Hey there Hershal Walkers #5 Personality – define “flagrantly” for us … the defensive player crawling along the ground because he was blocked and leaning on Favre’s brittle old bones?

  65. SoCalViking says: Oct 25, 2010 5:10 PM

    I don’t think it was an illegal hit. The dude had a bum ankle to begin with, so it wasn’t going to take much to re-injure it.
    Even in Tarvaris’ worst stretches, he was never as bad as Favre has been this year! I am interested to see what he can do. The last chance he got during the last 4 games of 2008, he had the 2nd highest passer rating only to Peyton Manning in that span, with 3 consecutive games over 100. Also, if I’m not mistaken, his lifetime passer rating is higher than many starting QBs, including Eli Manning.
    T-Jack also adds the element of the QB scramble/run and didn’t have this much talent on the offense in 2008 (and Rice should be back in a few more weeks).
    So Packer fans, be careful what you wish for.

  66. mattgso says: Oct 25, 2010 5:13 PM

    #1)
    “Childress said Favre wouldn’t necessarily get more leeway than anyone else in deciding his status.”
    I won’t even begin to detail how stupid chilly sounds saying that.
    #2)
    Everyone knows the history with chilly and Belichick. I wouldn’t be surprised if a little disinformation is being spread.
    #3)
    faver stopped limping soon as he was in the tunnel and out of site of the fans booing him. I question how bad the ankle really is. Maybe he can text someone the X-ray image?
    #4)
    How ironic it would be that faver’s streak began and ended at Lambeau with him on a different team.

  67. TitletownUSA says: Oct 25, 2010 5:14 PM

    It’s too bad a bunch of 3rd string Defensive Lineman tore up his ankle. That may be his last game as he limped off into the sunset.

  68. packerfanfornot4life says: Oct 25, 2010 5:14 PM

    probably just a ruse so that he ends his streak due to injury and not due to suspension for “penis gate”

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