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Don Banks: Why Falcons glad to see Favre go

There are 7 comments on the sportsillustrated.cnn.com story from Mar 6, 2008, titled Don Banks: Why Falcons glad to see Favre go. In it, sportsillustrated.cnn.com reports that:

Why Falcons glad to see Favre go; Sapp's timing bad Posted: Thursday March 6, 2008 10:30AM; Updated: Thursday March 6, 2008 11:52AM Chris Chandler started 67 games for the Falcons over five seasons from ...

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“Love My Rattlers”

Since: Feb 08

Atlanta

#1 Mar 11, 2008
Don Banks didn't even tell all the good stuff "Buckhead Brett" did. He left out a whole lot.
Gadfly

Mobile, AL

#2 Mar 11, 2008
Famuan wrote:
Don Banks didn't even tell all the good stuff "Buckhead Brett" did. He left out a whole lot.
Well, many people forget that Brett was a party guy. I got a kick out of how Atlantan pronounced his name. Sort of like "Favor". LOL

“Love My Rattlers”

Since: Feb 08

Atlanta

#3 Mar 11, 2008
Gadfly wrote:
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Well, many people forget that Brett was a party guy. I got a kick out of how Atlantan pronounced his name. Sort of like "Favor". LOL
Now this was a response to that article..ENJOY!
http://dwil.wordpress.com/2008/03/05/brett-fa...
Gadfly

Mobile, AL

#4 Mar 11, 2008
Famuan wrote:
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Now this was a response to that article..ENJOY!
http://dwil.wordpress.com/2008/03/05/brett-fa...
Good post. I hope during his retirement that Bret is able to make amends with his daughter that he had before he and his wife were married.

“Love My Rattlers”

Since: Feb 08

Atlanta

#5 Mar 11, 2008
Gadfly wrote:
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Good post. I hope during his retirement that Bret is able to make amends with his daughter that he had before he and his wife were married.
I hope so. I've always read how difficult it is for athletes to adjust after their playing days. John Elway and Warren Moon said it nearly destroyed them because they couldn't adjust by themselves, they needed help. Moon equated his retirement to a death.
Gadfly

Mobile, AL

#6 Mar 11, 2008
Famuan wrote:
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I hope so. I've always read how difficult it is for athletes to adjust after their playing days. John Elway and Warren Moon said it nearly destroyed them because they couldn't adjust by themselves, they needed help. Moon equated his retirement to a death.
Did you read about when Elway went into the bar and the waitress rebuked him. I know he didn't expect that.

“Love My Rattlers”

Since: Feb 08

Atlanta

#7 Mar 11, 2008
Gadfly wrote:
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Did you read about when Elway went into the bar and the waitress rebuked him. I know he didn't expect that.
Ewww..ouch....that had to sting.

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