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Doctor: Misleading to say Favre has two fractures

When Vikings coach Brad Childress broke out the F word (fracture) to describe Brett Favre’s ankle injury on Monday, Vikings fans cringed and others believed it would be a longshot for Favre to play Sunday against New England.

That’s not the case, according to a top NFL team orthopedist, who spoke to SI.com’s Peter King.

“I
think it’s extremely misleading to say he has two ankle fractures and
leave that impression,” the orthopedist said. “Technically, with what I
have read, he does. But you are not playing an NFL game with two
fractures in the sense that we think of fractures.”

The stress fracture Favre has can be tricky, but the doctor explained to King that it can be played with and medicated.

“It’s a glorified ankle sprain,” the doctor said.

I couldn’t have been the only one watching Childress and wondering why we never hear of such fractures.  They are probably just called sprains usually.  Favre’s heel fracture, like the stress fracture, can also be helped by a pain injection.  King’s source indicated most quarterbacks would be able to play through the injuries, if it was a playoff game. 

The issue seems to come down to taking an injection and pain tolerance.

In short: We’ll believe Favre is sitting when it actually happens.  He’s probably played through much worse.

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72 Responses to “Doctor: Misleading to say Favre has two fractures”
  1. PackFanNChiTown says: Oct 26, 2010 4:48 PM

    Two fractures while jumping up and down like a little kid when he thought they won the game winning TD?
    Uh huh…

  2. CanadianVikingFanII says: Oct 26, 2010 4:51 PM

    Dammit! I want no chance of him playing..

  3. PFT_SUBSCRIPTIONOVERPRICED says: Oct 26, 2010 4:54 PM

    In other news there are still 31 other teams not named the Minnesota Vickings and 1695 Players not named Brett “Sexter” Favre.
    Also, there are 31 other coaches, who for the most part, are not regarded as a tool of epic proportions.

  4. TheDPR says: Oct 26, 2010 4:54 PM

    I don’t get Favre’s juice.
    He hasn’t won squat for well over a decade and he’s still treated with deference.
    Chilly’s a fool for bringing him back and a bigger fool if he doesn’t bench him until he’s healthy.

  5. Ilovefoolsball says: Oct 26, 2010 4:59 PM

    he should sit, if it were any other qb who wasn’t worried about some stupid starting streak (which will probably never be broken anyways) in a meaningless losing season they would sit a week and let it heal.
    What does he have to lose anyways the VIkings are positioning for their first round draft choice next year anyways.

  6. SJ Apollo says: Oct 26, 2010 5:00 PM

    Just like it was misleading to say that Hutchinson, Allen, and Longwell were practicing inside or how it was misleading to say that he had no knowledge that the Vikings might trade for Randy Moss, or like it was misleading when he told the Vikings brass that he was qualified to be a head coach. Does anybody want to bet that in the next day or two, we hear from the NFL that they never told Chilly that the Shiancoe TD should be overturned.
    The “fracture” is the excuse being used so Favre can be benched if he plays like crap and/or a suspension seems imminent and he wants to end the streak on his terms.

  7. Chester Copperpot says: Oct 26, 2010 5:00 PM

    As much as I want the old man to play I think its best that T. Jack has a shot this Sunday. Perhaps they can let Favre take the first two series’ and, assuming each drive doesnt lead to a TD, let T. Jack take over. That way he can keep his streak alive for at least another week longer.

  8. FinFan6886 says: Oct 26, 2010 5:01 PM

    It sounds to me like Childress is laying the groundwork to justify his benching of Favre in the future. Couple his comments on the injury with the throwing Favre under the bus attitude in the PC and Chilly is just trying to lessen the scorn that would be coming his way. Personally, I don’t have any respect for the guy and he has not shown the leadership necessary in successful head coaches. I don’t think he has the balls to actually do it even though it is obvious to me that he is at the very least thinking of starting TJack

  9. JimmySmith says: Oct 26, 2010 5:02 PM

    It will part of the myth of BrINT Favre. He believes that of all his records, the starting streak is the most important to maintain. So, after Favre is done bitch slapping Col Klink around for challenging his decision making, he will start against the Patriots and add to the legend that he played on a broken ankle with not one, but two stress factures.
    The Vikings will of course lose the game falling to 2-5 but BrINT has his built-in excuse, Klink will have another reason to curse the day he sold his soul to the devil and the Vikings will be well on their way to completing their 50th season the same way they finished their first 49, without a Superbowl.

  10. KingViking says: Oct 26, 2010 5:06 PM

    Can he play and should he play are two different things. If he can play, he will. There seems to be no way that Childress can bench Brett Favre.
    I’m no Tavaris Jackson fan, but maybe a QB change is what this team needs. They need something to kick them in the …
    Maybe a coaching change would help too.

  11. CaptainMarvel says: Oct 26, 2010 5:19 PM

    Wow, so many whiners on here, obviously jealous because the Vikings have the most popular QB in the league. And you know the Vikings will be clicking come playoff time.

  12. Hauschild says: Oct 26, 2010 5:20 PM

    TheDPR:
    How many NFL QB’s HAVE won Super Bowls over the past 10 years??? How many have gotten to multiple NFC Championship games? How many have gotten into the playoffs? How many had winning records???
    You people have gotta be on drugs, seriously.

  13. jedicolt says: Oct 26, 2010 5:22 PM

    I think a 2-4 team should sit any starting QB that looks like they need a rolling walker to get off the field at the end of the game. It’s not like they are in the thick of the playoff hunt

  14. raideralex99 says: Oct 26, 2010 5:24 PM

    How come I don’t hear any “Donovan should be benched or should retire stories”?
    McNabb has thrown more INTs than TDs and has a lower pct passing than Favre and is always injuried?

  15. durno99 says: Oct 26, 2010 5:24 PM

    Any Viking fan that thinks Travaris is a better option has a short memory! Philly in the playoff? He is not capable and we have seen it many times. Without replay/official help or 6 inches in the back of the endzone Brett is a hero playing through an injury to win. Really there is NO comparison between the 2 QB’s and if and when we go to Jackson the season is over. Brett IS the best chance to win. Not the coach, the system, or the try again backup………Come on people. Chilly is throwing Farve under the bus to save his!!!!!!!

  16. Stillerz says: Oct 26, 2010 5:28 PM

    childress is such a weisel

  17. panama says: Oct 26, 2010 5:28 PM

    One is a stress fracture. The other involves the tearing of the ligament away from the bone.

  18. panama says: Oct 26, 2010 5:29 PM

    One is a stress fracture. The other involves the tearing of the ligament away from the bone.

  19. Deb says: Oct 26, 2010 5:35 PM

    I’m a diehard Steelers fan but still admire Ed Reed and Ray Lewis for their talent and passion. It’s sad Favre-haters can’t appreciate the excitement and grit he brings to the field. It’s been said playing pro football is like enduring a car crash–and he’s done it without missing a game for two decades. That’s a lot of crashes. Those claiming he’s faking his injuries sound idiotic. Between analgesic shots and adrenaline, he’s learned to manage the pain.
    No one’s saying Favre’s a saint or the greatest QB ever. He’s just a throwback–an old-fashioned football player who’s made the game more entertaining for everyone. I imagine even the haters will miss him when he goes. With 18-game seasons, and QBs getting daintier every year, I doubt we’ll ever see another blood-and-guts guy like Favre under center. I hope he plays every game he has left and the Vikes go well into the post season.

  20. iampats says: Oct 26, 2010 5:45 PM

    Answer to Hauschild,
    Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Peyton Manning.
    Here is to hoping Brett Favre keeps his consecutive game string in tact.
    Signed,
    Jermaine Cunningham and the New England Defense.

  21. Someone says: Oct 26, 2010 5:47 PM

    “I think it’s extremely misleading to say he has two ankle fractures and leave that impression,” the orthopedist said. “Technically, with what I have read, HE DOES!!!!!
    Stupid article again Florio.

  22. der6495 says: Oct 26, 2010 5:47 PM

    You would think a 68 passer rating would make the guy irrelevant. Both of Oakland’s QBs have higher passer ratings.

  23. ZaphodBeeblebrox says: Oct 26, 2010 5:50 PM

    “…the Vikings will be clicking come playoff time.”
    What, their TV remotes?

  24. ninjapleazee says: Oct 26, 2010 5:52 PM

    throwback? sorry Deb.. Favre is a diva. Can’t make up his mind because his lazy ass doesnt want to attend summer camps and working out with the team.. yeah.. thats “throwback” now the vikings blow chunks even after they went and got Moss for him and can’t do jack with it.. now his ankle is “fractured” please…. sounds more DIVA than anything

  25. 1mge says: Oct 26, 2010 5:57 PM

    Only thing the Vikings will be clicking during playoff time is the remote!

  26. TrentDilferisaDouche says: Oct 26, 2010 6:00 PM

    Stop the presses. A rational and intelligent post has been sighted by Deb. An excellent interpretation of a tough guy in todays NFL, thank you for posting. That was so nice to read instead of the typical drivel spewed by idiots like Jimmy Smith.

  27. scra22 says: Oct 26, 2010 6:12 PM

    “It’s always dangerous to ask a doctor about a patient he has not seen, so take what this ortho says with a grain of salt.”
    That’s what I was thinking and that’s in the Peter King article. This doctor has not seen Favre’s ankle. It’s just more speculation.

  28. Deb says: Oct 26, 2010 6:13 PM

    @ninjapleazee …
    From what I’ve read, few vets want to go to camp. It’s just a guess, but I doubt any 40-year-old vets would want to go to camp, especially coming off an ankle surgery. Lazy? More like … over it. That part gets old after two decades. You’ve got to be able to look at things from the perspective of a guy who’s been going to camp for 20 years. When you watch how his teammates–both the Vikes and his former teammates among the Packers–interact with him, you don’t get that “diva” thing.
    As for the Vikes’ record, he started the season without receivers. Moss has been there two games. Despite unbelievable distractions last week, he pulled it together and they came close to pulling out a win. With all due respect to the Pack, the NFL has conceded that the Vikes did score enough points to win yesterday, but the Shiancoe touchdown was improperly officiated. Favre also made some hideous throws–which has been another hallmark of this career. As I said, he’s not perfect, just entertaining.

  29. Mike Hunt says: Oct 26, 2010 6:15 PM

    Brett Favre = Super Man, Just follow the FavrESPN spin.

  30. gregjennings says: Oct 26, 2010 6:18 PM

    There is no way on God’s green Earth that Brett Favre isn’t gonna play.
    History tells us this.
    Childress dosen’t run that organization, Favre does.

  31. skimbell says: Oct 26, 2010 6:20 PM

    “…Hauschild says:
    October 26, 2010 5:20 PM
    TheDPR:
    How many NFL QB’s HAVE won Super Bowls over the past 10 years??? How many have gotten to multiple NFC Championship games? How many have gotten into the playoffs? How many had winning records???
    You people have gotta be on drugs, seriously…”
    Hauschild you are one dumbass. NONE of this relates to your Swiss-miss queens. Superbowls are the coin of the realm. Burt’s got one(thanks to Desmond Howard)-like a bunch of other slugs. Getting to the Championship game and losing just plain sucks. Playoff games? BFD!
    Bottom line, your sorry assed queens are so desperate to get a Lombardi and hang with the big boys that they sold their future for a 40 year old loser with a phakin’ broke ankle.
    Good luck with this set up. The queens got what they deserved.

  32. JohnnyBallsack says: Oct 26, 2010 6:30 PM

    @Deb- I think most of the “Favre haters” were once fans of his. I know I was. I used to enjoy watching him play, his passion, the way he jumped all over his linemen and head butted with them. I thought he was refreshing and exciting. I am not a Packer or Viking fan. But when he kept waffling over retirement, going to the Jets, retiring again, going to the Vikes, retiring a fifth time it got old. One day it came to me- he is just a shadow of his former self and what I once found refreshing about him left. I realized it was all about him the entire time.

  33. smithopher says: Oct 26, 2010 6:32 PM

    As a Jets fan, I would LOVE for this to lead up to one of those miraculous performances he’s had in the past when facing extreme adversity, like after his father died. That’s the most memorable Brett Favre game ever to me, and if he did that to the Patriots to give them a second loss, I’d be very happy with him hahahahahah.
    I think that Favre wanted it to look like a season ending injury, or at least a significant injury, in case the NFL decides to suspend him, he won’t look bad, they could just say OK he’s out anyway, let it go, don’t tarnish his reputation. They could’ve gotten word that the NFL won’t suspend him, and they’re like OK, well, he CAN come back, we’ll see. I think the Patriots win this game either way, unless Favre has one of those incredible games. If Favre can play well, the Patriots don’t have a great secondary, they don’t match up with Moss and Harvin well at all. McCourty is pretty good but he can’t cover two guys. They could certainly do it. It’s not like they’re out of the question for the playoff hunt, the NFC is STILL wide open. Gotta start pulling the offense together with Randy Moss in the system.

  34. Bigbluefan says: Oct 26, 2010 6:33 PM

    Just let him take the first snap throw an INT and get it over with then let T Jack finish the loss

  35. JohnnyBallsack says: Oct 26, 2010 6:34 PM

    In the original post this week about Favre’s two fractures I remember someone shed some light on his injuries. They explained that these injuries (stress fracture and avulsion fracture) are very different than a fracture and that he could easily play with them. I wish I could remember who that person was…….oh yeah, it was me!

  36. JohnnyBallsack says: Oct 26, 2010 6:40 PM

    Hauschild says:
    October 26, 2010 5:20 PM
    TheDPR:
    How many NFL QB’s HAVE won Super Bowls over the past 10 years???
    ————————————————
    The answer to that question would be seven, and Favre isn’t one of them. Favre won a SB 14 seasons ago, in 1996-1997 season.

  37. VikingMatador says: Oct 26, 2010 6:43 PM

    Not really…..That’s the diagnosis!!!

  38. lawboy2000 says: Oct 26, 2010 6:52 PM

    Bret Favre? Pain killers? I’ve heard this story before.

  39. spudz says: Oct 26, 2010 6:53 PM

    The Patriots want Favre to play on Sunday more than Chilly and Favre combined!

  40. ItsallaboutBrett says: Oct 26, 2010 6:55 PM

    Brett will decide whether he will play or not, not Childress. Chilly doesn’t have the balls to make that decision. Brett is the boss on and off the field. More drama from the dramaqueens.

  41. Brent 4 says: Oct 26, 2010 7:02 PM

    Pervy Moss,
    You made me want to watch Favre highlights. haha

  42. RedJohn88 says: Oct 26, 2010 7:04 PM

    Have to agree with Deb and PervyMoss on this one. I may not be a Vikings fan, but I sure as hell love watching Brett make it interesting every week. Not to mention, he’s such a tough son-of-a-bitch, unlike many of his peers in the league these days. 300 career starts is pretty amazing. Here’s hoping the Vikings make the playoffs a much more interesting time this year.

  43. Randomjim says: Oct 26, 2010 7:06 PM

    TheDPR says:
    October 26, 2010 4:54 PM
    I don’t get Favre’s juice.
    He hasn’t won squat for well over a decade and he’s still treated with deference.
    Chilly’s a fool for bringing him back and a bigger fool if he doesn’t bench him until he’s healthy.
    I do believe he was in OT in the NFC Championship game last year & in the playoffs 2 years before, You act like he’s Joey Harrington.

  44. pfii63 says: Oct 26, 2010 7:30 PM

    A glorified ankle sprain.
    Notice how he hobbles and limps far more when he thinks the camera is on him.
    What a tool. Not much of one, mind you, based on the photos.

  45. Little Tommy says: Oct 26, 2010 7:46 PM

    I don’t get Favre’s juice.
    He hasn’t won squat for well over a decade and he’s still treated with deference.
    Chilly’s a fool for bringing him back and a bigger fool if he doesn’t bench him until he’s healthy.
    ******************************************
    Ain’t gonna happen. He doesn’t have the balls to sit Favray’s ass down…not after the spectacle he pulled off to get his lame ass back to the Viqueens from MS.

  46. Andrewken says: Oct 26, 2010 7:49 PM

    Deb says:
    October 26, 2010 5:35 PM
    “the NFL has conceded that the Vikes did score enough points to win yesterday, but the Shiancoe touchdown was improperly officiated.”
    And the phantom roughing penalty on collins right before it? Turnabout is fair play, you vikings don’t get all the crap calls. Even with the TD instead of the field goal, you did not score enough points to win, but console yourself as you will.

  47. Little Tommy says: Oct 26, 2010 7:50 PM

    Favre is the last NFL dinosaur alive.Can’t see why everyone is begging for his extinction. I believe all true football fans enjoy Favre for what he is.Not the best qb ever but one that did what others couldn’t, take the pain for 19 years while playing like an excited kid. I’ll miss it when its over.
    ******************************************
    Funny…I can’t wait for it to be over! Good riddance and don’t let the door hit you on the way out. You stayed way too long at the dance!Enough of your tears and your drama already…puleeze just hang em up and ride off into the sunset.

  48. Pervy Moss says: Oct 26, 2010 7:53 PM

    pfii63 says:
    October 26, 2010 7:30 PM
    A glorified ankle sprain
    ===================================
    Dude, you do know that ankle has taken more of a beating than Ike gave Tina? Lucky its still attached…

  49. Deb says: Oct 26, 2010 8:10 PM

    @Johnny Ballsack …
    You’ve decided Favre’s indecision about retiring is a diva play and it’s made you a “hater.” I get as tired of the waffling as anyone else, but it doesn’t affect my enjoyment of his play. His reasons for staying or going are his own, but I suspect they’re more complex than diva nonsense. Posted this quote on a Seau thread; it’s worth repeating here:
    “Football players aren’t people, who leave home to try and play football. They are football players, who come home to try and play people.”
    From the book North Dallas Forty, by former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Peter Gent
    Though published in the early ’60s, before free agency and million-dollar contracts, Gent’s book is still considered the truest portrait of NFL life. After reading his descriptions of the player’s constant terror of leaving football, no intelligent person should be surprised that a man who’d made the game his life since childhood and didn’t even take off a game for his father’s death would find it difficult to hang it up.

  50. Deb says: Oct 26, 2010 8:12 PM

    Oops, I meant Gent’s book was published in the early 70s.

  51. slegeir says: Oct 26, 2010 8:28 PM

    Bad ankle? Sure. You saw the way he was jumping up and down when he thought he had that touchdown to win the game! He’ll play. Do you really think he wants to go home and face the music there? Not a chance. Packer fans want to see him play. We love those interceptions!

  52. greatwhitehope says: Oct 26, 2010 8:30 PM

    Wow, so many whiners on here, obviously jealous because the Vikings have the most popular QB in the league. And you know the Vikings will be clicking come playoff time.
    They are all more likely to have the clap come playoff time then to start clicking.

  53. PackerFanTastic says: Oct 26, 2010 8:31 PM

    That’s the way it is with Favre. He always makes it out to be bigger than it really is.

  54. shoeless says: Oct 26, 2010 8:42 PM

    Well said, Deb. Several times. The guy likes the attention and has an ego that won’t quit–basically the definition of an NFL quarterback. But he is a warrior who can see the end of the battle coming, and he doesn’t want to miss a snap.

  55. Pervy Moss says: Oct 26, 2010 9:04 PM

    slegeir says:
    October 26, 2010 8:28 PM
    Bad ankle? Sure. You saw the way he was jumping up and down when he thought he had that touchdown to win the game!
    ————————————————–
    Did you ever hear of something called adrenaline? I can tell you first hand as an ex fighter, broken and battered body parts feel great at the moment of victory(Not so much if you get beat up lol)

  56. JohnnyBallsack says: Oct 26, 2010 9:41 PM

    @Deb- I read the book and saw the movie, both were great. I think Favre’s consecutive game streak is amazing, whether it ends this week or upon his (sixth and final) retirement. I just got tired of his antics. I am a Giant fan and was a Tiki Barber fan, but when he opened up his mouth it got old and bitter and I realized that it wasn’t about the team for him, it was all about him. I feel the same about Brett and that is my right as a fan.

  57. Randomjim says: Oct 26, 2010 9:46 PM

    He was one Harvin foot short of a tremendous comeback. That foot lands in & all you idiots wouldn’t have anything to talk about.

  58. Richm2257 says: Oct 26, 2010 9:51 PM

    CaptainMarvel says:
    October 26, 2010 5:19 PM
    Wow, so many whiners on here, obviously jealous because the Vikings have the most popular QB in the league. And you know the Vikings will be clicking come playoff time.
    ————————————————
    They might want to start by … you know …. winning a couple of games.

  59. HolyMoly says: Oct 26, 2010 9:54 PM

    The fractures are beside the point. Brett is simply not playing well. With Brett as QB I hope the Vikings keep losing until the owners figure this out. With Tarvaris Jackson as QB the Vikes would be at least 3-3 at this point and probably 4-2.

  60. Mike Hunt says: Oct 26, 2010 10:39 PM

    Go back and watch the last Vikings play from the game vs the Pack. Gramps takes the snap and falls flat on his back and gets up and scrambles to his right without any hitch in his step. The game was on the line at that moment in time and the diva was attempting one more “only Brett can make that through” miracle. He threw it out of the back of the end zone and game over. He then turned on his gigantic limp routine. Sad to watch really kind of like the boy who cried wolf one to many times.

  61. aboz says: Oct 26, 2010 10:52 PM

    This is hilarious. If you don’t like Favre stop talking about him, stop clicking on the articles that have his name in the title and get over it! Like him or hate him, he’s got all the records (I know, I know including interceptions). Drama queen he can be, but legend he will be and none of anybody’s whining can change that.

  62. Deb says: Oct 26, 2010 10:56 PM

    @Johnny Ballsack …
    Just finished the book. Brilliant. Should be required reading for all NFL fans. Didn’t mean to imply you’re not entitled to your opinion of him. Of course, it’s a subjective issue, so we’ll just have to agree to disagree :)
    I am with you on Tiki, though. Enjoyed watching him play, but there’s a difference between being honest about your former team as an announcer and deliberately ripping your former coach and teammates so you can claim journalistic integrity. It’s no more balanced to go overboard ripping a team than it is to go overboard praising one. He seemed to deliberately step on the Giants solely to further his post-football career.

  63. tig 0 bitties says: Oct 26, 2010 11:10 PM

    I’m a little torn bout this. I kinda do want to see how t jack has progressed with being able to learn from favre. He is obviously more athletic wich would be nice when we can’t pick up blitzes all the time. he could get away from the pressure. if he could just make good decisions and throws is the other thing. wich he never did before. Brett has lost us the past close games but he also helped us get back to being in position to be able to win still at the end. well kinda.

  64. frank booth says: Oct 26, 2010 11:23 PM

    Randomjim says:
    He was one Harvin foot short of a tremendous comeback. That foot lands in & all you idiots wouldn’t have anything to talk about.
    ===================================
    And if the Queen had nuts she’d be the King.

  65. KeithDavid says: Oct 27, 2010 1:17 AM

    So I guess most of you Favre haters would rather have Tavaris Jackson start? He’s a watered down Michael Vick. Also, you all bitch so much about Favre, but the guys a warrior no matter how much drama he seems to come into by the day.
    Other thing is, about 10 teams of the 32 have used 3 QB’s and half have used 2. Whether he plays well or not, the Vikings definitely got jobbed on many calls and still only lost by 4 points to a SuperBowl favorite (Moss had the game winner if he jumped) I’d rather not have the Raplisbergers, Vick’s, whoever the Raiders start any week, or a caretaker QB like Sanchez or Alex Smith. Look at Carolina, Chicago, Buffalo, Arizona, even Detroit, their QB situations are much worse than 1/2 of a Favre.

  66. Mason222 says: Oct 27, 2010 2:03 AM

    Bret wont retire because he cant accept his Fathers Death His Father was his High School Coach his Bond with his Father is on the Field and he wont accept or grieve his Father until he walks off the Field He doesnt want to do that!!!
    He keeps his Dad alive playing Football. Thats why Bret wont Retire. Youd think a Sports Writer would have figured that out already If you do your research on his quotes and Human Psychology its pretty easy to figure out. Its Why Bret Favre throes the Football to kids in the Off Season and still Plays the Game. Wake up People.

  67. GRpatriot says: Oct 27, 2010 7:15 AM

    Drama Queen is an understatement! I hope and pray he plays this Sunday! He could limp off the field while the anouncers elaborate on how fabulous Favre is…what a QB, what a streak and you know he hasn’t won a Superbowl or meaningful playoff game in a decade!!!

  68. Pervy Moss says: Oct 27, 2010 9:03 AM

    @ Mason222 says:….Very interesting take Grasshopper, I think I buy into that.Football =Father. Please tell me you are not a shrink, would much rather have that insightful take come from a normal guy!

  69. The Freak 84 says: Oct 27, 2010 10:20 AM

    frank booth says:
    October 26, 2010 11:23 PM
    Randomjim says:
    He was one Harvin foot short of a tremendous comeback. That foot lands in & all you idiots wouldn’t have anything to talk about.
    ==================== ===============
    And if the Queen had nuts she’d be the King.
    =============================
    Yet another post from Frank talking about penis or nuts? Someone has a fixiation.

  70. ccslick says: Oct 27, 2010 10:34 AM

    CaptainMarvel says:
    October 26, 2010 5:19 PM
    Wow, so many whiners on here, obviously jealous because the Vikings have the most popular QB in the league. And you know the Vikings will be clicking come playoff time.
    When have the Vikings ever been clicking at playoff time???? 49 years no Super Bowl wins year 50 looks to be the same!!!!! LOSERS!!!!!!

  71. FavresWaffleOutlet says: Oct 27, 2010 1:38 PM

    JohnnyBallsack says:
    October 26, 2010 6:40 PM
    Hauschild says:
    October 26, 2010 5:20 PM
    TheDPR:
    How many NFL QB’s HAVE won Super Bowls over the past 10 years???
    ——————– ——————– ——–
    The answer to that question would be seven, and Favre isn’t one of them. Favre won a SB 14 seasons ago, in 1996-1997 season.
    ___________________________________
    Too many people forget the insane defense of Fritz Shurmur in Green Bay during those Favre “Glory Years.” Had that defense not been able to make the plays they did and overcome a boatload of Favre-esque moments during the mid-90′s, Green Bay would’ve never sniffed the one Super Bowl victory. If it weren’t for Desmond Howard and Dorsey Levens during the Niner and Panther games…Favre has 0 rings. Go back and review some of those games from Favre’s early days….he did the same stupid shit he still tries to do now. MN’s D isn’t what they were last year…probably because they played a lollipop schedule. That, and the luck ran out of the tank for BrINT.
    His legacy is going South faster than his marriage.

  72. Deb says: Oct 27, 2010 3:28 PM

    Seriously … you wouldn’t post this?????
    @Mason222 …
    Okay … that’s scary. Please turn off the Discovery Health channel and cancel your subscription to Psychology Today. And no more Dr. Phil for you.
    However, I do recommend Psycho for your Halloween viewing pleasure. It’s about a guy with mother issues. Think you’ll enjoy it.

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