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And that is the difference in those situations and this one with the Packers and Favre; Favre has apparently decided that he is bigger than the organization. He has had them dancing to his tune for the last 3 years with his Hamlet act regarding his future, and after he retires he wants to come back… and basically demands that he be reinstated as the starter! This from a guy who in March told the world that he no longer had the desire to play football, and who after his hinting that he wanted to return then told the Packers that he was not interested in a return after all. He has called his GM a liar, has destroyed any trust between himself and the organization, and has done everything to create a media depiction if himself as victim.p>That’s why, if I were a Green Bay fan it world be very hard for me to root for Favre in Green Bay or elsewhere. With his antics and constant public criticism of the team’s management, he is reinforcing the notion that he is bigger than the entire Packers organization and that it should bend to his will. That is the attitude of a spoiled child, not an attitude you want as the leader of your football team. br> — Eric Edwards br> (Cowboys Fan for Life) br> Walnut Cove, North Carolina /p>
I’m obviously a Packer fan living here in Green Bay. If I wasn’t, I’d probably have some serious problems in the workforce.
The Packers went though his shenanigans last year when he could not make up his mind if he wanted to play.
Favre should be traded especially to a cold weather team that does not have a dome. I don’t seem him being too successful with a new team, new playbook, new offensive line, and new receivers. The two cold weather games last year resulted in a terrible performance for Favre. And if Favre has to put the weight of the game on his shoulders, the interceptions just pile up.p>He’s a great quarterback and he’ll always get his share of completed passes. But when he’s been in the same playbook for 18 years, can he really adjust? br> — Dennis Campbell br> Green Bay, Wisconsin /p>
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