Why Brett Favre Should Retire and End the Minnesota Vikings’ Misery

October 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the Minnesota Vikings once again bent over backwards this summer in an attempt to lure Brett Favre back for one last season, I knew something would go wrong.
Favre had just come off his best statistical season in his entire NFL career. How could the Vikings expect him to even come close to obtaining those same numbers in back-to-back seasons. They must have realized they had made the deal with the devil last season and are now paying for it this year.
Favre, the poster child for bad throws and interceptions, did not throw the ball in harms way last season. It led some to wonder who exactly this Favre was, as he finished the season by throwing 33 touchdowns and only seven interceptions. 
With the help of one the NFL's best running backs, Favre and the Vikings marched all the way to the NFC Championship game before they were manhandled by the New Orleans Saints. This led some to believe if Favre came back for one more season, the Vikings could find themselves in ...

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