Is This Really The End of Favre? Sorry, Don’t Buy Into The Justification

August 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After all this, it’s now hard to exactly assume that he’s retiring eternally, or whether he’ll announce a sudden comeback in the next week, once again emerge in headlines as the worldwide nuisance in sports, becoming the most annoying sports figure for creating weariness with the draining and tiring sagas.
The entire world is begging Brett Favre to either announce retirement or return for his 20th season, and attempt in anchoring the Minnesota Vikings possibly to the Super Bowl.
But the last thing the nation wants is Favrecenter absorbing all the attention on television and radio airwaves, as no one wishes to glance at a disrupting adventure, fatigued and burnt out of the self-centered, egomaniacal veteran. By reputation, he’s a perplexing riddle and selfishly interrupts the ethical state of a team when he forges a ruckus with his nagging comebacks.
It’s practical to postulate that Favre is the equivalent of an elderly man with a st...

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