Category — Brett Favre
The best thing about Super Bowl week is the non-stop partying. And since it is all in New Orleans, you know it is going to be off the charts.
A quick-hitter of some of the best in the Big Easy.
January 29, 2013 No Comments
In the 90-year history of the NFL’s most bitter rivalry, the Bears and Packers have met only once in the playoffs. And that was 70 years ago. Imagine that. Brett Favre come on down. Can you imagine the scene in that parking lot? Hell, can you imagine Chicago this weekend?
January 17, 2011 No Comments
Our response to this has always been some folks need to get out more. And as far as the NFL goes, this is another case of hypocrisy at its finest. Imagine James Harrison failing to cooperate like Brett Favre. Think Roger Goodell would let it go at $50,000?
We still believe this to be top dog for the biggest non-story of the year. We’ll ride it once around the block again and then we’re done with it.
N.Y. Daily News
December 30, 2010 No Comments
Bears 40, Vikings 14.
The Bears wrap up the NFC North by pounding Brett Favre and the Vikings into the frozen tundra in Minneapolis tonight. One week after they were destroyed by the Patriots, the Bears tore Favre and the Vikes a new one.
December 20, 2010 No Comments
The Tiger Woods story, which includes his TV confession of infidelity and his return to golf, was voted as the 2010 top sports story by the Associated Press. Runner-up to the Woods insanity was the Saints capturing the Super Bowl, which gets our vote as the year’s best.
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December 16, 2010 No Comments
“I think I’ll be OK…”
Cry me a freaking river, Brett.
I bought some Stellas before the streak ended. Who knew I’d need them to numb me of the ESPN nonsense of such a nonstory. And that was before Brett Favre missed tonight’s Giants-Vikings game.
December 13, 2010 No Comments
He looks more cut out to be running a dental office than a football club, no?
Chilly lived to work another day as coach of the Vikings, but it’s only a matter of time before the club drops the ax.
Two of the players (Brett Favre and Percy Harvin) who have been bumping heads with Brad Childress bail him and the Vikings out in an OT win over the lowly the Cardinals. They’re both probably sipping cold ones about now considering the irony.
St. Paul Pioneer Press
November 7, 2010 No Comments
Brad Childress frequently complains like the spoiled kid who’s had his privileges revolved. The Vikings should have done so long ago. But we’re guessing if this season continues to be the train wreck that it is, the club will cut its losses and boot Childress.
October 27, 2010 No Comments
At least they still have the Rangers.
We’re not sure what was more ridiculous: Troy Aikman’s claim about Miles Austin and Jason Witten being the best at their positions or the Cowboys stupidity with penalties and just bone-headed plays again. But even at 1-4 and their confidence in the tank, we won’t wave the white flag yet like a lot of folks in Dallas are. Oh they’ve got some major problems, some of which won’t be fixed until after the season is over. Tony Romo is the biggest one.
But they might make a minor recovery by beating the 1st-place Giants, who we’re not exactly sold on, next week on Monday Night Football and the Jags the following week. Both games are in Dallas.
October 17, 2010 No Comments
Brett Favre’s troubles didn’t prevent Wrangler from running one of his commercials on Monday Night Football. And why should it? Seriously, I’m as much about fun and games as anyone, but I find it hard (all pun intended) that Favre sex texting, emailing or voice mailing is news. Seriously.
This overhyped drama starring the Jets and Vikings and all its storylines started out as a yawner, but heated up significantly after intermission, particularly with Randy Moss and Antonio Cromartie in co-starring roles. Then it ended in dramatic fashion, the Vikings again getting drop-kicked by another Favre game-losing interception. Ballgame.
“It was a great football game and I wish we would have won it,” Favre said, adding he believes the Jets are the best in the AFC. “I’ve achieved a lot of things, but we’re 1-3. That’s disappointing. It’s not that we’re not capable, we’re very capable. The addition of Randy Moss…in just a week’s time, he’s helped Percy. But once again, it’s all about the wins.
“I missed some throws. I missed some throws on that last drive I make in my sleep. But I won’t make any excuses.”
Vikings-Cowboys next weekend. Bottoms up. Or if you’re Wade, you’d like to be on top for change.
October 11, 2010 No Comments