Brett Favre: Why He Will Return For a 20th Season

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Once again the world is left in limbo wondering if NFL ironman Brett Favre will retire or return for yet another season.
Last season Favre, 40, came out of semi-retirement once again and signed with the Minnesota Vikings just before their second preseason game.
He had undergone surgery to repair a torn biceps tendon that had nagged him the previous season in New York.
Favre went on to put together, arguably, one of the best seasons in his 19-year career. He ended the regular season with 383 completions, for 4,202 passing yards and 33 touchdowns. His pass completion percentage, which was 68.5 percent, marks a new high for his career.
The Vikings ended the season with a 12-4 record and made the playoffs. They beat Dallas, but ultimately lost to New Orleans Saints, who went on to win the Super Bowl.
At 40 years old and with a new team, Brett Favre came out and played some of the best football he has ever played. And now it's time to start asking the question ag...

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