Monday, January 25, 2010

First Look: Congratulations Minnesota

This is why the Vikings brought in Brett Favre, right? To throw that game-changing interception in an NFC Championship Game, right?

Oh, you thought he was going to lead the Vikings to the Super Bowl? Wow, this is awkward. I mean, you played against Favre for years so this outcome should have been obvious to you.

Do not worry, though Vikings fan. You will not have to worry about choking the championship game next year with Sage Rosenfels at quarterback.

And for the people who believe that this ruined Favre's legacy, this actually enhanced it as one of the worst big-game quarterbacks going.

6 comments:

NFL Jennifer said...

Favre, Favre, Fa-Fa-Favre, Fa-Fa-Fa-Farve....

Jenna Culbertson said...

Almost makes me wonder if Favre didn't intentionally throw the interception so he could tell his wife to stop crying... LOL

WCT said...

That was a Favre-tastic pick at the end of the game.

By the way Adam, how do you feel about your team's decision to give up on Drew Brees and go with that hayseed at QB?

The Hatriot said...

Wow. The Plowboys could've had Brees? Who knew?

Ignorant troll is ignorant.

Bokolis said...

Boss is an unabashed Favre fan...he followed him to both other teams. I told him on Friday that Favre was going to blow the game...got faux-fired on Monday...had to sing Favre's praises (the best I could do was that his ability- at age 40- to take punishment is amazing and goes above and beyond all the painkillers he's popping) to get back in the good graces.

Who was that bird next to Favre's old lady...looked like her hotter, younger sister.

Bain said...

I do not, for one, believe that the problem was that the Vikes were down. I believe the problem may have been that there was a Stone 'enge monument on the stage that was in danger of being crushed by a dwarf, alright? That tended to understate the hugeness of the object.