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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by WarEagle I don't like the Cowboys, but I sure hope we can make that Cowboys fan happy this week by wiping out the Vikings. Favre was the most beloved guy in the NFL a few years back, ...

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Old 01-20-2010, 11:24 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by WarEagle View Post
I don't like the Cowboys, but I sure hope we can make that Cowboys fan happy this week by wiping out the Vikings.

Favre was the most beloved guy in the NFL a few years back, but he has stepped on a lot of toes the last few years with his antics.
the worst thing is that he didnt leave like most people do

most people say that the NFL is a business and that money is a huge issue...

instead, favre turned his back on not 1, but 2 teams full of players that had put their faith in him to lead their teams......he turned his back on 2 cities

he turned his back on the entire NFL twice only to rejoin the company that once loved him because of his own selfishness

when you listen to him talk on the sidelines he always talks about himself....he'll talk to another player and then compare it to himself and a story he has about himself

i loved favre for what he did on the field and his contributions to the game.......but the dude is selfish and that is the worst characteristic to have as a player on a team

all through school and into the pros you get drilled that the team comes first.....do whats best for the team......but brett doesnt care about that....he only cares about himself....

thats why i hate favre

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Old 01-20-2010, 11:27 AM   #12
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What about if the they were playing the Falcons in the NFC Championship? Sorry, I probably just ruined everyone's lunch.
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Old 01-20-2010, 11:28 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by CantonLegend View Post
the worst thing is that he didnt leave like most people do

most people say that the NFL is a business and that money is a huge issue...

instead, favre turned his back on not 1, but 2 teams full of players that had put their faith in him to lead their teams......he turned his back on 2 cities

he turned his back on the entire NFL twice only to rejoin the company that once loved him because of his own selfishness

when you listen to him talk on the sidelines he always talks about himself....he'll talk to another player and then compare it to himself and a story he has about himself

i loved favre for what he did on the field and his contributions to the game.......but the dude is selfish and that is the worst characteristic to have as a player on a team

all through school and into the pros you get drilled that the team comes first.....do whats best for the team......but brett doesnt care about that....he only cares about himself....

thats why i hate favre
Totally agree
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Old 01-20-2010, 11:32 AM   #14
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Fran Tarkenton takes a few shots at Favre. Wow.

"I think it's despicable," Tarkenton told 790 The Zone in Atlanta (via the Minneapolis Star Tribune) in May 2009. "What he put the Packers through last year was not good. Here's an organization that was loyal to him for 17, 18 years, provided stability of organization, provided players. It just wasn't about Brett Favre. In this day and time, we have glorified the Brett Favre's of the world so much, they think it's about them. He goes to New York and bombs. He's 39 years old. How would you like Ray Nitschke in his last year [playing for] the Vikings, or I retire, and go play for the Packers? I kind of hope it happens, so he can fail."

"I didn't like it then -- he's a Green Bay Packer -- and I don't like it now," Tarkenton told Boomberg.com on Tuesday. "I could never imagine me retiring from the Vikings and playing for the Packers. So, it didn't sit well with me and it still doesn't."
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There are many teams I do not like - BUT Atlanta & the Viks are top of my list.

The BOys come somewhere after that. I have too many good firends whos only fault is that they are Boys fans.
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Old 01-20-2010, 12:05 PM   #16
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Since I don't know if it's true or not, I will say up front that this is heresay, and maybe some of you know better than this woman. I was sitting next to a Saint's fan from Mississippi at the Cards game, and she told me that during the Katrina aftermath when all of the players and celebrities were showing up in big ways and helping New Orleans and the gulf coast that Brett Favre didn't help anyone that was not a relative. After all of those millions in contracts and endorsements.....hummmmm. She also said that he liked to live "large", which could be why he keeps refraining from retiring??? Just a thot.

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Thats because he was to busy having his dogs fight Vicks dogs in Va.
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Remember when the Vikes played the Falcons in the NFCCG. That was almost as bad. Needless to say I was rooting for Elway that year LOL.
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Joanie,

that gives me more ammo to hate Favre. I didn't even think about that end of things. To think that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are more a part of the community in New Orleans than one of our own. What a dbag, I hope Sharper gets 4 INT's on Sunday, with two for run backs.
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Originally Posted by fannypackz View Post
Alright so I know I'm a Cowboys fan and I'm hated by default. I know I've talked my fair share of trash to every other teams fans at some point or another. But if I'm ever going to root for another team like I did for the Giants to beat the Patriots it's going to be for the Saints against the Vikings.

Tons of Cowboys fans are pulling for the Saints this week against prima-donna Favre.

Do it for yourselves, but whatever you do, CRUSH THE FREAKING VIKINGS.
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