The Brett Favre Hostage Crisis Continues

April 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The more things change, the more they stay the same.
The Minnesota Vikings organization has been on pins and needles the last month waiting on their 2009 starting quarterback, Brett Favre, to tell them if he intends to play the 2010 season.

Favre followers are used to this approach.
The excitement of anticipation on the return of their personal Jesus makes a Tiger Woods fan awaiting news of the next skank to crawl out of the woodwork look feeble and boring by comparison.

Trace back Favre's first hostage situation in 2006, when the fans of Soldier Field in Chicago gave him a standing ovation in the Packers last regular season game of the year.
In fact, Favre jumped in front of a live national televised broadcast to burst into tears and say his future was unclear.

The Packers' season would end a few weeks later after he threw an ill-advised pass that cost his team a chance to play in the Super Bowl. Most of the game was spent talking ...

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