Win at all costs? Then go get Favre

Win at all costs? Then go get Favre

There are 2 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Aug 7, 2008, titled Win at all costs? Then go get Favre. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

It was 1959 when the great Vince Lombardi , in his speech to open his first training camp as coach of the Packers, famously noted the axiom, "Winning isn't everything.

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Mash

India

#1 Aug 7, 2008
Get over Favre! His best days are behind him. Packers have to start building a team around a new QB at some point of time, and seems like this is it.
Jordan

White House, TN

#2 Aug 8, 2008
Thats right and if the Packers would have let Brett comeback, Rodgers would be asking for a trade and/or definitely be gone after the 2009 season. So in 2010, Rodgers is gone to free agency and Favre is retired. So the Packers would be in the same sad situation as the Bears and Vikings-without a quarterback. What part of that don't you genius sports writers get? Am I the only one that watched the Dallas vs Packer game in 2007?

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