Brett Favre: The Sorry State of the Minnesota Vikings’ Quarterback

October 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the game ended it was well into the night. As fans and players exited the stadium consumed with heavy emotions, a black canvas above illuminated, visible, shiny stars, and a moonlight fit for upcoming Halloween.  
But despite the noticeable glow from the Wisconsin sky, there was no glow on Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre’s face.
Met with a chorus of boos before the game, Favre played miserably in the second half, in path to a 28-24 loss, dropping his team to 2-4, throwing three costly interceptions in what was likely his last visit to the place where he became a legend.
After his first of three in the third quarter, he was leg-tackled from behind, leaving him  with a nagging limp on his surgically repaired ankle and later revealing two fractures.
Hobbling to the locker room and later to the podium, it wasn't just Favre who was grilled by the media. His head coach was also interrogated, admitting he was tempted to pull his quarterback ...

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