Dear aspiring and established journalists: events and facts should drive a story, not whim and conjecture. So if you could NOT gaze longingly at Mississippi every time a starting quarterback gets injured, that’d great. Thanks!
Never happen. Ever. FAV-RUH WHY HAST THOU DONE GONE AND FORSOOKEN US?
Any word on whether Rachel Nichols has set up camp at The Ol’ Gunslinger’s lawn yet?
I’d rather get a gander at Al Davis’ corpse than Favero’s mug.
“To stop Brett Favre’s comeback, one-two-three, there’s a solution that’s as easy as can be: Just don’t look! Just don’t look!”
Still a better idea then the Bears signing McNabb.
Funny, when my son observed me watching a game a couple of years ago, he saw King Gherkin dick behind center and asked me how old Brett Favre was, because he looked “mad old” and shouldn’t he not be playing anymore?
I replied “From your lips to God’s ears son, your lips to God’s ears.
He might be their best option. maybeish
I want him back only for the Bears/Broncos game so Von Miller can knock the hee haw out of him.
To be fair Matt, this would sound a lot better coming from Paul Anka.
He came out of retirement. Good for him.
Where the hell is the Jerry Jones Rant Post? As a Cardinals fan, I demand satisfaction!
In a not-entirely-unrelated development, the tweet of an athlete from another sport, reacting to the end of an NFL game also does not constitute news.
Seriously journalists, every word wasted speculating on Favre could hae been spent on reading way too much or way too little into Tim Tebow’s role in the Broncos resurgence.
Favre’s existence makes me actually kind of happy the Texans signed Delhomme and Clemens. And that makes me sad.
@Monty this seems strange to me: I saw that and immediately thought it was being tweeted by PFT, not the NFL. Who (besides brain-dead morons) gives a shit what LeBron thinks about the Dallas Cowboys? He’s as important to pro football as I am.
Rachel Nichols’ has already usurped Deanna, buried her in the back yard, and is currently fellating Bert as we speak.
“Dear aspiring and established journalists: events and facts should drive a story, not whim and conjecture.”
This would mean [PolFlaWa] News Channel, ESPN, and NFL Network would be down to 1.5 or two hours of programming per day (including commercials).
Rachel has really gone down hill; NFL Network chicks are now passed her in the qualifications for on camera reporters that I deem important.