Call it quits? Brett Favre says he ne...

Call it quits? Brett Favre says he needs to 'reevaluate'

There are 140 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 22, 2010, titled Call it quits? Brett Favre says he needs to 'reevaluate'. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Brett Favre is going home to sit on his couch and think about the state of the Vikings, "re-evaluate some things," he says.

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50fornow

Raleigh, NC

#1 Nov 22, 2010
the ole' gunslinger, throwing picks and
texting chicks, things arre good down on the bayou!
Sweeeeet

Omaha, NE

#2 Nov 22, 2010
Little Chilly, Chilly Mist Go Home !
You can't keep Chilly 'round, Chilly Must Go !
Try coachin' anybody, but Oh No.
Little Chilly, Chilly Must, GO HOME !!!
Intercepts are not new for Favre, he's always thrown'em. Chilly can't coach the Vikes anymore, he's lost all hope and respect. Favre doesn't have a lot left in him, but what's there Chilly can't handle.
Zeke

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Nov 22, 2010
Hope for a playoff spot?????? The only spot that there's hope is if they can finish ahead of the Lions in the division. The Lions, at least, are playing competitive football, the wheels have come off the Vikings wagon.

If I were to bet, I'd take the Lions to finish ahead of the Vikes.
Mr Marcus

Chippewa Falls, WI

#4 Nov 22, 2010
Why in the world would the Vikes continue to let him start? This season is a complete loss, Favre has already said he isn't coming back (and why would he want to after this year), why not let TJack or Webb start?

Hell, why not just let Webb start the remainder of the year? Get him some real game time experience.

It's obvious that Chilly is not coaching this team, if he really thinks Favre gives them the best chance of winning, that is even more reason to fire him.
Say No To Purple

Clifton, NJ

#5 Nov 22, 2010
go lions.......vikes are evil
Big Bad Brad

Glenview, IL

#6 Nov 22, 2010
Hey, the Vikings could still win out and finish with a 9-7 record. And, they do have a better record than the Gophers (2-9) right now. Ah, what a great football weekend. Badgers blast Michigan and position themselves for the Rosebowl and the Pack dismantles the Vikings and gives Brett his final send-off. Vikings/Gophers fans, you might as well jump on the Packers/Badgers bandwagon because it looks like it will be many years before real football is played in Minnesota while the future for the Pack/Badgers couldn't look brighter - other than if Favre came back to the Vikings again next year ;-) Please Favre, please ... From a Packer Fan, please come back to the Vikings next year.
Dick L

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Nov 22, 2010
This "team" may not win another game.
Pa Vikefan

Ashland, PA

#8 Nov 22, 2010
don't let the door hit you in the a ss on the way out, p.s. please pack up the front office and coaching staff, the o-line, the d-line and take them home with you.
IndyVikeFan

Fishers, IN

#9 Nov 22, 2010
The whole team needs evaluation at the end of the season by a new coach. This Viking ship has no rudder and has strayed far off course.

Brett gave us a great 2009 and our offensive prowess via his arm covered up other weaknesses. He just doesn't have it to give. He knew in his heart that last season couldn't be replicated and should have stayed home. Chilly kept pounding at the door using every ploy to get him back because deep down he knew that Favre made him look good. So good that Zygi got taken in and extended his contract. This Emperor has no clothes.

Favre and Chilly need a buy out on their contracts and Frazier can take over until years end. Madieu has got to go. Draft corners that can cover and dump the Cover 2 Defense. I would like to see Jackson and Webb share the QB duties. Webb has Vick like talents. QB's in the next decade will need to be able to run.
fedup

Little Suamico, WI

#10 Nov 22, 2010
Could it be possible he is dropping the hint so people will feel sorry for him and beg him to stay. Not that he would ever do anything like that to inflate his considerable ego. NOT!!!!!
Beecharmer

Milton, KY

#11 Nov 22, 2010
Maybe Randy Moss wants to come back
fedup

Little Suamico, WI

#12 Nov 22, 2010
50fornow. Cute, I like that.
muskratbob

Beckley, WV

#13 Nov 22, 2010
Brett favre there is no reason to keep taking the punishment you been taking. The records prove that and the disaray the vikings are in is not worth it. The team is not coming together and there is to many receivers getting hurt or not playing all at same time. You have did your time and the records prove it not many have close to the records or time you have get your ankle fixed and your shoulder fixed and retire and enjoy life IT'S BEEN A PURE PLEASURE WATCHING YOU OVER ALL THE YEARS. GO BRETT FAVRE.
Sid Hartman

Portland, OR

#14 Nov 22, 2010
hey!!!!bill parcells .....HELP!!!!!!
Just a fan

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Nov 22, 2010
Could you please tell Favre to talk about winning 1 game or posting a 50 QB rating or better for a change? Sick of the word "Playoffs", no chance, don't bring it up again.
Also, could you tell him we all love what he did for us last year, but he has changed, this relationship has changed, it's over. Like a relationship gone sour, this one needs to end, we had some great times, but it's over. You're wasting my Sundays... You're wasting my Sundays...
BOB

Owatonna, MN

#16 Nov 22, 2010
The only reason for Farve to NOT retire is that it would make him look like a QUITTER. A reputation that no pro athlete wants; he wanted to come back an get to a super bowl - build his rep; not to tear it down as he is currently doing.
Da Bears 2010

Schaumburg, IL

#17 Nov 22, 2010
Anyone see 40 for 60 or deer tracks??? havent heard from them in a while. Someone better check on them.
Joe Harmon

Green Bay, WI

#18 Nov 22, 2010
Guys, there are LOTS of rich morons. Soros - perfect example. Socialism is, and throughout history has been, a total and complete failure, worldwide. Soros wants a socialist US - not liberal capitalist: SOCIALIST, even though he is a leading capitalist who rapes US business, the US macroeconomy, then puts his money in foreign banks to avoid paying income tax on it (being a hypocrite is essential to liberalism). Wilf, likewise, is dedicated to a losing philosophy and sticks by it no matter the cost. Wealthy, silver spoon imbeCILE. Keep Childress, moron. He's your boss, right stupid one? enjoy.......... Are Childress-lovers brain dead or what (ever)?
BigMikeShupe

Fargo, ND

#19 Nov 22, 2010
Give him his gold watch,(or maybe a cell phone), Pat him on the back and MOVE ON!!!!
Who_Dat_Charlie

Baton Rouge, LA

#20 Nov 22, 2010
Da Bears 2010 wrote:
Anyone see 40 for 60 or deer tracks??? havent heard from them in a while. Someone better check on them.
Yep Deer Tracks was around over the weekend I think. Nice win over the fish Thursday. Things are definitely looking good in Chi-town.

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