Brett Favre's status in limbo for next week

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre said he sprained his SC joint Sunday and does not know whether he will be able to play next week against the New York Giants. Full Story
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Laker

Reedsville, WI

#1 Dec 5, 2010
I understand the warm air and sunshine of southern Mississippi is perfect for healing this type of injury.

“The real Muskratbob”

Since: Jan 10

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#2 Dec 5, 2010
Favre needs to sit, it was no accident that we scored the most points of the season.
sage

Bangor, WI

#3 Dec 5, 2010
If next week entails playing a team with more than 2 wins it really doesn't matter.
Brett Farce

Spring Hill, FL

#4 Dec 5, 2010
I'll be out there next week.
Also I'm ready to sign a 3-year extension on my contract.
idea

Duluth, MN

#5 Dec 5, 2010
muskratbob wrote:
Favre needs to sit, it was no accident that we scored the most points of the season.
yeah against one of the leagues worst defenses

Since: Sep 10

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#6 Dec 5, 2010
my god as a Packer fan I have to pull for the Vikings to win the next two weeks against the giants and bears ... I think I'm gonna puke
idea

Duluth, MN

#7 Dec 5, 2010
AAAron Rodgers wrote:
my god as a Packer fan I have to pull for the Vikings to win the next two weeks against the giants and bears ... I think I'm gonna puke
take it
http://www.purplepride.org/grab/packsukphotos... #
and puking for a puker fan just makes sense
Spector

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Dec 5, 2010
AAAron Rodgers wrote:
my god as a Packer fan I have to pull for the Vikings to win the next two weeks against the giants and bears ... I think I'm gonna puke
HEY its the guy who wears the hockey helmet when he utilizes a keyboard and cant spell Ginger Rodgers name!!!

How ya doin' Forrest, Forrest Gump?!?!?! I see your slacker team won another game against a league doormat today, congrats. Ya Ya Ya...Vikes are league doormats too - I get it. We suck this year, yada, yada, we wont make the playoffs, yada, yada. There, I saved you some time..........

Still under the grand illusion your favoritest team ever will do anything in the playoffs other than just show up??? They'll have to play a team thats better than .500 you realize, right?
Chad

Colfax, WI

#9 Dec 5, 2010
idea wrote:
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yeah against one of the leagues worst defenses
and last week against one of the worst defense they managed to do what
time out

North Aurora, IL

#10 Dec 5, 2010
Spector wrote:
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HEY its the guy who wears the hockey helmet when he utilizes a keyboard and cant spell Ginger Rodgers name!!!
How ya doin' Forrest, Forrest Gump?!?!?! I see your slacker team won another game against a league doormat today, congrats. Ya Ya Ya...Vikes are league doormats too - I get it. We suck this year, yada, yada, we wont make the playoffs, yada, yada. There, I saved you some time..........
Still under the grand illusion your favoritest team ever will do anything in the playoffs other than just show up??? They'll have to play a team thats better than .500 you realize, right?
they beat Jets and Eagles on road
IndyVikeFan

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Dec 5, 2010
Finally a coach with enough smarts to pull Joe Webb out of mothballs
idea

Duluth, MN

#12 Dec 5, 2010
Chad wrote:
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and last week against one of the worst defense they managed to do what
fix major problems like finally winning a road game, no turnovers, resurrect the ground game, and live with a pedestrain passing attack, the defense was able to get sacks again, etc

Why do you care about Favre, he is gone after this year.
T-joke is a failure and he will be gone as well, all that leaves is Webb.
Maybe the fans are disgusted of T-joke and prefer anybody else, I understand you weren't here for the dark Tavaris days of 2006, 2007, 2008, whenever he came out in 2009. granted you were here for the not as dark Tavaris 2010 day but he is horrible what are you a scorn packer fan.

-Jackson was named the starting quarterback for Minnesota towards the end of his rookie season 2006. Jackson's first starting game was a week 16 night game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Game conditions were very poor. The Vikings lost by a score of 9-7 with the only Vikings score coming from an interception for a touchdown by defensive back Fred Smoot. The offense set a franchise low record of only three first downs the whole game, didn't get close enough to the end zone to even attempt a field goal, and only had 27 passing yards gained against the NFL's 19th ranked defense (ranked 26th against the pass). Jackson had a passer rating of 36.5, had a 50% completion rate (10-20 for 50 yards), 1 interception, and a fumble. He did throw for 285 yards, though, but couldn't find the end zone either. Despite the performances lack of "merit" (according to Childress), number 7 out of Alabama State remained the starter for the rest of the regular season and continues to torture Viking fans
idea

Duluth, MN

#13 Dec 5, 2010
IndyVikeFan wrote:
Finally a coach with enough smarts to pull Joe Webb out of mothballs
yeah but puntreturner then him being injured, bad move
idea

Duluth, MN

#14 Dec 5, 2010
time out wrote:
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they beat Jets and Eagles on road
a kolb eagle team and vick almost rallied them back in the second half
idea

Duluth, MN

#15 Dec 5, 2010
Although, I have to ask with these numbers and it being unlikely for Webb to start at QB, should they just play him at WR

-Working out as a wide receiver at UAB pro day, Webb turned in numbers that would have bested the cream of the rookie crop at the combine. His vertical jump of 42.5 inches was better than any turned in by a receiver in Indy. His long jump of 11 feet, 5.5 inches also would have led the way.

-And Webb's bench pressó21 reps at 225 poundsówas the best at his position. Only one other receiver managed 20 reps at the same weight, according to UAB athletic department. Webb also ran the 40 yard dash in a fast 4.43 seconds (almost Moss speed).

think Moss 2.0 (however the mold was broken with the original Moss, so Moss 2.0 will not be at the same abilites and playmaking ability)
time out

Plainfield, IL

#16 Dec 5, 2010
idea wrote:
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a kolb eagle team and vick almost rallied them back in the second half
they beaat the eagles and jets on the road. their 4 losses by 12 points combined. i wouldnt want to draw them in first round of playoffs
idea

Duluth, MN

#17 Dec 5, 2010
time out wrote:
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they beaat the eagles and jets on the road. their 4 losses by 12 points combined. i wouldnt want to draw them in first round of playoffs
I just read this amazing article
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/525758-bre...
look past the Farve love and it pin points some of Childress's specific failures. Take the rest of the article with a grain of salt though.

Oh and the packers, well uh they rallied and barely beat the 49ers right, so uh yeah the NFC west should fear them and everyone else but Rodgers is holding you back.
Think elite recieving duo took a senior citizen with an aging arm to the NFC championship, etc.
Rodgers costs you games, at least we dont have to put up with the blind devotion problems in minnesota

“youbeateverythin g youknowthat ”

Since: Apr 07

Buffalo, NY

#18 Dec 5, 2010
WHAT A BULLSHI**er, pretending he might not play next week HAHAHA! The only reason he didn't go back in TODAYS game is because they didn't need his services against the Little League Bills.
Joe Harmon

Green Bay, WI

#19 Dec 5, 2010
AAAron Rodgers wrote:
my god as a Packer fan I have to pull for the Vikings to win the next two weeks against the giants and bears ... I think I'm gonna puke
You should puke - your team has puke uniforms and puke personnel (and no running game - see how that works for ya in the post season). And the puky-est fans in the NFL (complete with your fat, smelly women)- fans in other venues use you as the butt of their jokes for a reason, you may have noticed. Pull all you want - your Pukers are one and done in the playoffs. Do you see them going to Atlanta - or New Orleans - or New York and winning? If so, you win the perennial dunce award. Your fun ends after week 17 - and your Pukers will NOT get a week off - they and their one-dimensional no running game squad will be on the road for a wildcard loss. Watch...
Spector

Saint Paul, MN

#20 Dec 5, 2010
time out wrote:
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they beat Jets and Eagles on road
um ya, sort of my point - its a 16 game schedule and they've won against 2 teams w/winning records all season - Jets and Eagles as you mentioned. Doesnt really matter where they play - Jets/Eagles aren't exactly New England or Saints.

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