Brett Favre and The Green Bay Packers Need To End Their Feud In 2011

February 15, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 NFL Season couldn't have been any better for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers and, frankly, it couldn't have been any worse for Brett Favre.
The Green Bay Packers fought through injuries, rivals, ups, downs and inbetweens to reach Super Bowl XLV and defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers to return the Lombardi Trophy to Titletown.
Brett Favre, on the other hand, suffered through injuries, embarrassment and a miserable 6-10 season with the Minnesota Vikings.
To say 2010 was awful would be an understatement of epic proportions. 
It was so terrible, Oxford might want to consider creating a new word to describe it.
During the season, the Vikings traded for and released Randy Moss, fired Brad Childress and lost two games to the Green Bay Packers, all while Favre dealt with personal accusations regarding sexual phone calls and text messages with Jenn Sterger—a New York Jets sideline reporter during Favre...

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