Minnesota Vikings Dump Brett Favre and with Him All Future Super Bowl Hopes

January 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

At his Sunday night press conference, soon-to-be-permanent head coach Leslie Frazier looked uncomfortable in his role as Zygi Wilf’s chief of propaganda. 
After getting beaten 20-13 and sent into last place for the 2010 season by the lowly Detroit Lions, Frazier said he was proud of the way his guys fought. 
That was strange.  At halftime, Fox Sports analyst Michael Strahan joked that the Vikings had their cars already running in the parking lot. 
Brett Favre’s new replacement, rookie Joe Webb, was inaccurate, as should be expected from a third-string caliber quarterback: 20 completions in 32 attempts for 145 yards, an interception, no touchdowns (because he overthrew a wide open Lorenzo Booker) and a quarterback rating of 60. 
Frazier deflected the media questioning with all of the savvy of a ten-year-old boy caught with his hand in the cookie jar. 
Frazier must have been so ready to start fabricating stories that he j...

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