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Greg Jennings chimes in on Favre’s remarks

Greg Jennings,  Jordan Pugh AP

Despite the best efforts of the folks at 790 The Zone in Atlanta to put the genie back in the bottle (other more colorful metaphors are possible) regarding Brett Favre’s comments about Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, the story continues to occupy a space in the national NFL discourse.

Last night, Packers receiver Greg Jennings addressed the topic on NFL Network, offering up a Favre-style explanation that in its totality doesn’t seem all that bad, but that contains some subtle knife twists.

The first comment from Jennings, for example, seemed to take the steam out of the controversy.  “I think it can be skewed either way, but I don’t believe that it was an insult,” Jennings said.  “What he said, it’s true.  We feel like we should have done it a little sooner, but so does every other team in the NFL.  The reality is we didn’t; we did it last year.  And as far as Aaron and his preparation, he took full control of his situation and it’s a credit to him.  He had to sit back, but he didn’t just sit back like any other player and just take notes and wonder what he could be doing potentially.  He tried to put himself in game mode every week and prepared himself as though he was going to be the starter.  I was able to be a part of that for a couple of years and I saw the way he prepared himself, and ultimately he put himself in a position to be successful once he got the helm.”

And then came something a bit more pointed.

“I just saw [Favre’s comments] for the first time today,” Jennings said.  “When you first hear it, you’re kind of like, ‘What?’  But knowing Brett, knowing the competitive guy he is, he’s never really going to give it all up to Aaron.  I don’t think he should because I don’t think Aaron would give it up to him, trust me.  But we played with Brett, we had success with Brett.  We didn’t go all the way with Brett, but we did with Aaron.  I think that kind of speaks for itself.”

There it is.  We didn’t go all the way with Brett, but we did with Aaron.  I think that kind of speaks for itself.

Lorenzo, you just got served.  Are you going to let Jennings get away with that one?  (Hopefully, Favre won’t react to that cajoling the same way Joe Pesci did in Goodfellas.)

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  1. cakemixa says: Oct 6, 2011 9:37 AM

    And the media keeps finding ways to keep this story alive!

  2. eaglesnoles05 says: Oct 6, 2011 9:39 AM

    I like Greg Jennings, so I agree that hopefully Favre won’t react like Joe Pesci in Goodfellas. That said, man now THAT would be a story.

  3. miamiuhurricances says: Oct 6, 2011 9:40 AM

    FIRSTIES!!!

  4. dbellina says: Oct 6, 2011 9:42 AM

    Seriously, people are getting out of hand with this. Favre didn’t mean it as an insult. He said he’s surprised it took so long for them to win a Superbowl which means he thought THEY WERE A GOOD TEAM! How could you get upset about that? The media jokes about Favre always having to be in the headlines (which he does,) but you guys are the ones that continue to talk about stupid stuff like this it make it into week long stories.

    P.S. How about finding out what’s going on with Pryor or the fact that Winefield is gonna be out against the Cards this week.

  5. steamrod says: Oct 6, 2011 9:43 AM

    boom roasted

  6. shaggytoodle says: Oct 6, 2011 9:43 AM

    It may have not taken as long, if the refs choose to flag Zona for the face mask, in that playoff game two season ago.

  7. joetoronto says: Oct 6, 2011 9:44 AM

    Here we go again, get your recycled anti Favre comments out, Packer fan.

    Keep crapping on the guy who put you back on the map, you’re just so classy.

  8. TheDPR says: Oct 6, 2011 9:46 AM

    Jennings is right. Favre and his one Super Bowl win nearly 15 years ago are fairly meaningless in the 21st century NFL. Brett hasn’t been the answer for the Packers or the Vikings for a long long time and has no business critiquing the current league’s best playing QB.

  9. antispy3 says: Oct 6, 2011 9:50 AM

    No, no, no! I WANT Favre to go all “what about me is so funny?” on Aaron
    Rodgers.

    Jennings assessment is spot on; alot of competitors in similar situations act accordingly. Joe Montana & Steve Young? It’s just Favre’s ego is a bit more fragile than the aforementioned pair.

  10. pdxninerfan says: Oct 6, 2011 9:50 AM

    If Favre didn’t throw the INT, the “most talented team he ever played on” could have won the Superbowl.

    So who failed, Favre or the team? If the team, then the team also prevented Rodgers from doing it earlier.

    Jennings is right…Favre did not get it done, Rodgers did (and likely will again).

    I’m sure the Vikings were also one of the most talented teams he played on…did they fail too or was that also the interception Favre threw that ended their dream season?

    Funny how we waste our time and bandwidth relying to this stuff.

  11. colonelcamp says: Oct 6, 2011 9:52 AM

    Nice one, Greg.

    Now, no more Favre articles. Really…

  12. ninjapleazee says: Oct 6, 2011 9:57 AM

    I’d listen to Greg Jennings.. he carried the team on his back.. with a broken leg while being chased by Darren Sharper…the hardest hitting safety in the league

  13. bigd9484 says: Oct 6, 2011 9:58 AM

    Now go get your f$&%*%(* shinebox!

  14. The Phantom Stranger says: Oct 6, 2011 10:02 AM

    If this website ever goes under, you can always get a new job as a pot stirrer.

  15. rondo1260 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:04 AM

    Pow! That’s a verbal smackdown. I guarantee this is what Rodgers wishes he could say. If Rodgers had said this to a reporter it would have poured gas all over this fire. But coming from Jennings, there’s no comeback. Greg Jennings is freaking cool.

  16. GG Eden says: Oct 6, 2011 10:12 AM

    Who cares? The most important issue in the NFL right now is not this, nor HGH testing, nor Romo, etc, it’s the insanity of the on-going fines on players including things like facemasks.

  17. koolbreeze7 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:13 AM

    I’m on Brett’s side! That team has been talented for some time. Aaron should have won the superbowl with Brady, Brees, and Manning all getting knocked out early. Just saying!

  18. ruvelligwebuike says: Oct 6, 2011 10:14 AM

    As far as colorful metaphors go, I’ve always preferred,

    “You can’t put schidt back in the donkey.”

  19. rukiddnme29 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:15 AM

    Why did I read this?

  20. The Prophet says: Oct 6, 2011 10:16 AM

    Funny I don’t remember Joe Montana hugging Steve Young on the sidelines and teaching, mentoring, and developing Steve Young. Nor do I remember seeing Steve Young at Montana’s hosue for Thanksgiving and it sure as heck wasn’t Joe inducting Steve Young into the Hall of Fame, so I don’t see why so many Packer fans unreasonably expect Brett to go out of his way to nuzzle the guy who was brought in to replace him. And this Packer fan irrational attitude that Brett should be proclaiming Aaron Rodgers the best QB of all time.

    Like Jennings said, they are both competitors against each other, so stop being so offended when they take shots at each other like “I’m surprised he didn’t win it sooner” or “Brett was never SB MVP”

  21. yzguy431 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:18 AM

    yet another great football story.

  22. firethorn1001 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:19 AM

    ‘I’d listen to Greg Jennings.. he carried the team on his back.. with a broken leg while being chased by Darren Sharper…the hardest hitting safety in the league’

    Nice… (although, I’m sure most people won’t get the reference)

  23. pak1forgb says: Oct 6, 2011 10:30 AM

    What people need to understand is that Favre’s comments are as close to a compliment for Rodgers as he can get. He feels scorned and he has the right to feel that way. For 16 years he gave his heart, body, and soul to the Green Bay Packers and could not understand why they needed to hand the reigns to Aaron or risk losing him. I don’t fault him for being jaded or handling it poorly he has earned the right but Aaron is the better QB now and time will tell if Favre can accept it. It is time to put the past in the past and come home Brett no real packer fans will ever forget what you meant to the Green Bay Packers.

  24. minkytails says: Oct 6, 2011 10:36 AM

    It seems like the only one who wants to stay more in the media than Favre is the PFT writer who wrote this story. Hello, he’s a lawyer, why does he have a football site?

  25. gustavejfrerotte says: Oct 6, 2011 10:39 AM

    Jennings is on record in the past that AR is the best QB he has ever played with.

    Rodgers has a ‘sit down’ with Irvin on NFLN this Sunday morning.

    Hmmmm…..maybe he’ll say that he’s surprised with the talent Favre had he didn’t win btb sb (as high as the O/D was rated vs. the broncos) or that he’s surprised that he didn’t win another one with all the talent he left Rodgers when he ‘retired’.

    That wouldn’t be a shot, would it, Favre apologists?

    That would be a compliment, right?

    Riiiiight…………………

  26. smoothjimmyapollo says: Oct 6, 2011 10:42 AM

    “Favre didn’t mean it as an insult. ”

    If there’s something we’ve learned about Favre over the past few years is that despite the facade of “I’m just a good ol’ unsophisticated country boy,” he knows how to play the media, and everything he does in the media is calculated. He meant it as an insult.

  27. glac1 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:44 AM

    End of story. Let’s focus on the 2011 season and the “stuff” that is happening on the field instead of comments made by a qb who retired 4 years ago.

  28. cschick2317 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:46 AM

    While I agree this story is dragging on a bit too long…I have to admit this response made me really happy.

    To anyone thinking Favre was complimenting the team, let me put it this way. It might not have been a direct insult, but it definitely down played the importance of them winning the super bowl which is just as crappy. If you worked your butt off for something and then was told you should have been able to achieve it sooner you aren’t going to be all “thanks I feel so great you said that”.

  29. flapjackdaddy says: Oct 6, 2011 10:51 AM

    “Go get your shine box.”

  30. lacharger2112 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:51 AM

    joetoronto says: Oct 6, 2011 9:44 AM

    Here we go again, get your recycled anti Favre comments out, Packer fan.

    Keep crapping on the guy who put you back on the map, you’re just so classy.
    ——————–
    It was Reggie White that put the Packers back on the map, not Favre!

  31. tmac4454 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:52 AM

    Brett got paid and everything he wanted from all the teams that he played for. Do you really think Brett gives a darn about what is in the media. That cat is PAID……….Brett had a very good career for a country boy from the Sip and he was a household name while he was in the league. That said, get off the dude jock…he is retired and probably in the woods somewhere looking for a some kind of animal to shoot. Just saying.

  32. thejuddstir says: Oct 6, 2011 10:56 AM

    Enough already with the kiddies fighting, “he hit me first, no she hit me first, no i didn’t, yes you did”…………when it comes to player’s contracts and league discipline, the players claim “we’re adults and we should be treated like adults” but then crap like this happens. Grow up Favre, Matthews, Rodgers, Jennings, Finley and whoever the hell else is thinking about chiming in on such a stupid kids arguement.

  33. packattack1967 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:57 AM

    I thought Brett’s comments were more of an indictment of Mike McCarthy myself, but that’s just me.

  34. gpack17 says: Oct 6, 2011 11:02 AM

    Here’s the thing: I’m willing to grant that Favre was trying to give a compliment. But I’ve got no doubt that in the back of his mind–with that unwavering faith in his abilities which led to all those TD throws as well as all those befuddling ints–he’s always believed that had the Packers not traded him to the Jets, he was going to lead them to a Super Bowl in ’08. And ’09. And ’10. And I’m willing to bet he’s spent many, many hours thinking that same thought, over and over again. So when he was actually asked about Aaron and the Packers, without telling us directly that he would’ve done it sooner, he made sure to let us know that while, yes, Aaron is talented, he just kind of ended up in a good situation and was able to watch a talented team (read: Favre) operate and learn how to play.

    Who could disagree with those things? That said, Rodgers at this point is more than a talented, pretty good qb: he’s playing the position as well as it can be played. And even though Favre was the favorite player of my childhood and the only two replica jerseys I’ve ever owned are green #4s (and the last three years do nothing to take that away, so I’m no Favre hater), that is something you could never say about the ol’ gunslinger. You could try, but it’s hard to say anything while you’re holding your breath as he chucks another one downfield as hard as he can, and all you can think is “I hope that’s not going right to a safety.”

  35. brintfatre says: Oct 6, 2011 11:07 AM

    Favre’s interception in the NFC Championship game against the Giants is what kept the team from getting there sooner. It was a stupid throw and he clearly had other receivers open.

    Favre can spin it all he wants. But, the fact is the Packers are better off with Aaron.

    As a matter of fact, the Vikings are better off with McNabb(even if they don’t win a game this season!)

  36. joetoronto says: Oct 6, 2011 11:09 AM

    lacharger2112 says: Oct 6, 2011 10:51 AM

    joetoronto says: Oct 6, 2011 9:44 AM

    Here we go again, get your recycled anti Favre comments out, Packer fan.

    Keep crapping on the guy who put you back on the map, you’re just so classy.
    ——————–
    It was Reggie White that put the Packers back on the map, not Favre!
    ************************************************
    Wow, with all due respect to the great Reggie White, and he really was great, it was Favre that put the Packers back on the map, Brett Favre.

    Deal with it.

  37. waxedagain says: Oct 6, 2011 11:21 AM

    “Favre’s interception in the NFC Championship game against the Giants is what kept the team from getting there sooner. It was a stupid throw and he clearly had other receivers open.”

    Try to stay on topic, pal. It was a Rodgers INT against the Cardinals that kept Rodgers from getting to the SB sooner.

  38. gmenhq says: Oct 6, 2011 11:21 AM

    Rodgers DID come into a good situation. It was a compliment to say “I’m surprised he didn’t win one sooner”. Frankly — Favre was right.

    Takes nothing away from Rodgers IMO

  39. lacharger2112 says: Oct 6, 2011 11:24 AM

    Favre kept them on the map but Reggie White put them there.

  40. sycl0ps says: Oct 6, 2011 11:28 AM

    RETIRE this issue…. Brett has (retired). A question to PFT – there are still 50 more members on Green Bays roster, should we look forward to 50 more articles about this, or can we JUST LET IT GO!!!

  41. boover3 says: Oct 6, 2011 11:32 AM

    Bert, that 2007 team was different than the SB winning team of 2010, that Aaron “fell into”.

    James Starks
    Jermichael Finley
    Jordy Nelson
    Josh Sitton
    B.J. Raji
    Clay Matthews
    Sam Shields

    Desmond Bishop and Tramon Williams were practice squad/special teamers.

    Shut up.

  42. jrmbadger says: Oct 6, 2011 11:39 AM

    “joetoronto says:
    Oct 6, 2011 11:09 AM …..”

    Why do you care so much? You’ve commented on every single one of these stories slamming the Packers, their fans, and Rodgers, and propping up Favre.

    Favre’s comments were arrogant and self-serving (as usual). He’s clearly hurt because Packer nation has moved on without him and doesn’t need him around anymore. If Packer fans are upset, its because we rally around our team and Rodgers and we feel like Favre has crossed the line and disrespected Rodgers.

    Packer fans are loyal to the TEAM.

    Deal with it. If you don’t like it, nobody is forcing you to read and comment on every one of these stories.

  43. cmstrick says: Oct 6, 2011 11:46 AM

    Put that in the ol’ vise, Bert.

    And…

    ———————-
    miamiuhurricances said: Oct 6, 2011 9:40 AM

    FIRSTIES!!!
    ———————-

    FAILSIES!!!

  44. fister30 says: Oct 6, 2011 11:50 AM

    First of all, Brett is giving props to the Packers by saying they’re a great football team. Not a subliminal message anywhere in there so quit trying to read between the lines. Secondly..if you don’t want to hear what Brett Favre has to say, then don’t invite him to speak on your radio show Atlanta media! It’s a crock to beg someone to talk on your show to boost your ratings and show the world that you have connections, then slap him in the face by turning a positive comment into something negative. Is this football or a soap opera? Am I reading Profootballtalk or E! entertainment? Get a life people.

  45. sacram3ntal says: Oct 6, 2011 11:54 AM

    Bah.

    The “good situation” which Aaron Rodgers was so lucky to “fall into”?

    Death threats, boos, hostility and a fanbase divided by a QB trying to force a team’s hand.

    Aaron started that season being booed brutally at the Family Night Scrimmage, and ended it with a standing ovation at Lambeau Field, even though the team had just gone 6-10.

    He didn’t fall into a good situation as much as he absolutely refused to fold in a bad one.

    Now I’m done- this “story” needs to die. Atlanta has been obsessing about this upcoming game for 10 months, and the Pack needs to focus.

    Oh… and also, Greg Jennings is 100% smooth stylee. Coolest man in this league.

  46. tgray210 says: Oct 6, 2011 12:02 PM

    The media needs to let it go….

  47. cleonslamminsalmon says: Oct 6, 2011 12:03 PM

    “Favre didn’t mean it as in insult”???
    How do you know what Favre meant?

  48. asublimeday says: Oct 6, 2011 12:08 PM

    I wish Brett would. This team and it’s fanbase have become so insufferably arrogant. It’s possible to win with class, look at the bulls of the 90’s. You don’t have to rub success in everybody elses face. If you had the stones to act in real life like you do on these boards, your friends and family wouldnt stick around long

    Remember that when commenting, please.

  49. fister30 says: Oct 6, 2011 12:12 PM

    jrmbadger…admire the love for your team and town. I agree that Favre has been all of those things in the past, but my opinion is that he’s just answering a question. At some point, he needs to just realize that the ONLY reason the media invites him to speak is because they want to twist his words to spark controversy. It is, afterall, what sells in todays world. Isn’t it?

  50. esposito35 says: Oct 6, 2011 12:20 PM

    to think we are not over the “shock and Awe”over a washed up crooner being fired …….and to have to deal with idiots insulting each other off the field over a comment that wasnt an insult in the first place.

    now we know why the players got sucked into signing a 10 year deal that was heavily slanted in the owners favor…..

    pathetic

  51. goawayeverybody says: Oct 6, 2011 12:28 PM

    I wish Brett Favre and his sad flaccid wiener would just go away.

  52. xxbomberxx says: Oct 6, 2011 12:44 PM

    *Deniro voice*

    Are you just going to take that Brett? What is this world coming to?

  53. MichaelEdits says: Oct 6, 2011 1:07 PM

    Sis boom roasted.

    If you don’t like it, Brett, try your luck in Miami.

  54. shoessler says: Oct 6, 2011 1:08 PM

    Here’s Two Freaking Cents: This comes as no surprise…

    He should have never pissed on his legacy or came to the Vikings in the first place. I’m a Viking and a Favre hater, always have, always will. It has sucked. The Favre experiment set our QB position and franchise back for years.
    And….No…Him getting to the title game wasn’t Great. It was the WORST case scenario…because he sucks, he always throws idiot INT’s at crucial times. Longwell had that game wrapped up and also Favre would have broken his streak by missing the Superbowl. There’s no way he could have played on that ankle after the title game. Remember? He conveniently showed everyone how bad it was? If it was that bad, why did he scramble and throw an idiot INT when three yards is all you needed? Longwell had it. He threw Sidney under the bus for not changing his route, to shed the blame of that pick before last season started.

    The worst thing to happen is to get that close…But that’s Brett, The Ol Gunslinger. He can throw three picks a game and gets a pass, but if anyone else does, holy crap it’s a choke thing and they are criticized or benched.
    Here’s one for ya, Yeah Aaron may have won a SuperBowl sooner, maybe if Brett would have left sooner. It’s no surprise to hear this from a bitter old man who really only has 1 Superbowl and his legacy, that he voluntarily pissed on.

    “Lookin’ like a fool with my pants on tha ground…pants on tha ground. Lookin like a fool with my pants on tha ground.”

    Yes…You are a fool Mr. Favre.

  55. packattack920 says: Oct 6, 2011 1:27 PM

    asublimeday says:Oct 6, 2011 12:08 PM

    I wish Brett would. This team and it’s fanbase have become so insufferably arrogant. It’s possible to win with class, look at the bulls of the 90′s. You don’t have to rub success in everybody elses face. If you had the stones to act in real life like you do on these boards, your friends and family wouldnt stick around long

    Remember that when commenting, please.
    Yeah, cause Jordan isn’t an arrogant a$$hole who rubbed his success in everybody elses face.

  56. granadafan says: Oct 6, 2011 1:59 PM

    What is with all these posters still defending Favre saying that his comments were NOT insulting?? There are players who clearly thought the comments from the diva were and they PLAYED with both Rodgers and Farve. Clearly, some of you are not seeing what painfully obvious to everyone else. In typical Bert fashion, he couldn’t just compliment the Packers and Rodgers and be done with it. He had to insult them. Aaron Rodgers has handled the Farve ego and situation with nothing but class. The same cannot be said for Little Lorenzo. Jealousy is ugly, Bret Farve.

    Try this on, Rodgers has many many defenders amongst players. Favre has been bashed by players and teammates for being incredibly selfish and egotistical. He had his own changing room fer chrissakes. Guess who people in the know think is wrong?

  57. carey02 says: Oct 6, 2011 2:42 PM

    Attention aspiring sports writers or writers who just can’t get anything published: All you have to do is write something negative about Brett Favre and you’re in. Anything will do really. Make something up or blow something out of proportion or just spin a positive statement into a negative one. There will always be haters ready to listen.

  58. jjbadd says: Oct 6, 2011 3:39 PM

    I am a Bronco fan, just to be clear b4 i make this comment. Fist, I truly don’t think Brett meant his statement to be as much of an insult as it is being made out to be. But as far as Rodgers being better than Favre, man, people’s memories are getting shorter & shorter! In Favre’s prime, I would pick him every day of the week! He had as much heart & soul, and desire to win, as any QB in the history of the game! And he did it EVERY SUNDAY! Probably with concussions, since it wasn’t monitored as closely then. I cant stand when people step on their teams history & talk about Favre like he didn’t do crap! Most of the time he did it without a RB!

  59. stavreafavre says: Oct 6, 2011 4:15 PM

    jjbadd – Favre generally worked his magic “most of the time… without a RB.” (?!?) Wow – someone had better tell that to Dorsey Levens. Or to Adrian Peterson, for that matter. Maybe you should just stick to stories about teams with which you have some familiarity.

  60. dallyfan says: Oct 6, 2011 4:23 PM

    Why was my post scrubbed?

  61. dallyfan says: Oct 6, 2011 4:27 PM

    Attention writer of this article. You’re leading the uninformed reader to believe that Farve never won a Super Bowl with the Packers. He went to 2 and won one.

  62. dallyfan says: Oct 6, 2011 4:40 PM

    And I’m not trying to defend Farve at all. Not a Packers fans. I was reading the article for informative purposes.

    I found myself asking why does the writer add the remarks from Jennings that Rodgers took them all the way and Farve didn’t…and just end the story like that?

    It just seems like it would be an important tidbit of information to add, after Jennings comments, that Farve did win a SB. Whether Jennings was on that team or not.

    Very misleading at the end of the article in my humble opinion.

  63. truthserum4u says: Oct 6, 2011 5:46 PM

    ‘We didn’t go all the way with Brett, but we did with Aaron.”

    Served?

    Favre said the very same thing in his comments about Rodgers that started all this nonsense in the first place.

    Take note Packer fans who think Favre is being a jerk; Jennings said Rodgers would have taken the same approach.

  64. 1stngoal says: Oct 6, 2011 7:41 PM

    miamiuhurricances says: Oct 6, 2011 9:40 AM

    FIRSTIES!!!

    Epic Fail!!! HAHAHA!!! :-D

  65. stellarperformance says: Oct 6, 2011 11:21 PM

    truthserum4u says: Oct 6, 2011 5:46 PM
    Take note Packer fans who think Favre is being a jerk;

    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    …Earth-to-truthserum4u….Favre-IS-a jerk.

  66. packhawk04 says: Oct 7, 2011 12:30 AM

    Favre is a first ballot hall of famer and an all time great, but with all.the talented teams he played on, im surprised he only won one super bowl.

    Is that a slap in the face to favre or a comliment?

  67. shavager says: Oct 7, 2011 2:49 PM

    Didn’t see how it was an insult, Packers went 11-3 in Favre’s last season, lost in title game to Giants–I fault McCarthy’s game plan more than anything–he played NOT TO LOSE instead of PLAYING TO WIN in 4th Qtr. Next season with basically the same team, Rodgers at QB instead of Favre–they went 6-10, failed to compete for division much less playoffs. That’s a huge dropoff in expectations for Packers fans. Next season they lost in playoffs-helped by refs blindness on two consecutive personal foul calls including the play that won the game. So it took Packers 3 years later to get to same level they accomplished in Favre’s last season, what’s so hard to see about that? Rodgers and team won SB in his 3 season after he took over team, when the ’07 success gave many fans the expectation of a playoff run in the ’08 season. Packers fans should be grateful they got two HOF QB’s and two SB’s in the 14 years between–it was 30 years after Bart Starr before Favre got’us another SB title, once Rodgers is gone, who’s the next future HOF’er, SB winner?

  68. truthserum4u says: Oct 8, 2011 4:36 PM

    stellarperformance says:
    Oct 6, 2011 11:21 PM
    truthserum4u says: Oct 6, 2011 5:46 PM
    Take note Packer fans who think Favre is being a jerk;

    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    …Earth-to-truthserum4u….Favre-IS-a jerk.

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Earth to stellarp…so are Packer fans! A match made in heaven I guess.

  69. im4tgbp says: Oct 10, 2011 5:41 AM

    Farve should have retired and save himself all of this but the fricking Viking had to stick there big nose in and Farve fell for it!

  70. dallyfan says: Oct 11, 2011 2:49 PM

    Looks like it worked out pretty well for the Vikings. With Favre I do believe they went to the NFC championship game.

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