Brett Favre Refuses To Go Away: Either Way, It Benefits Vikings

August 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you were feeling annoyed by an ageless man who couldn’t ever figure out his intent and implored to come out of retirement three times, filled with tremendous enthusiasm in the sport, but selfishly has a reputation of holding teams’ hostage, then you aren’t so plagued to discern that Brett Favre is coming back for his 20th season.
At last, the weariness of FavreCenter has been canceled and no longer is seizing all the national attention on ESPN, as we, the Americans, can breathe a sigh of relief. He is, however, the worldwide nuisance in sports, known for changing his mind each summer to steal the limelight and be described as the most prominent athlete in the country.
But it’s now apparent that the announcement of Favre returning for potentially an incredible joyride isn’t surprising, realizing eventually he’d inform the Minnesota Vikings of his sudden comeback and finally put an ongoing saga to rest. A typical Minnesotan believed a...

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