Minnesota Vikings: Brad Childress and His Lucky Break

October 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress is already laying the foundation for the upcoming game against the New England Patriots.
In his press conference today, addressing Brett Favre's two, small ankle fractures, Childress said, "Once he's functional, he can play."
Although he went on to say he would not rule out anything until the end of the week, this is the lucky break Childress needed. 
Childress needs to sit Favre, Childress wants to sit Favre.
The problem is, Favre, like an ill-mannered mutt, won't sit. 
In Sunday's game after injuring his ankle, Favre refused to allow the trainer to apply any treatment, ignoring him as he looked over images of the recent series.
For Childress, the time is ripe to sit Favre.
Favre is not playing well right now.
Whether the cause is his surgically repaired ankle, the tendinitis in his throwing elbow or the off-the-field issues, he needs to rest and get healthy—physically and emotionall...

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