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Final Favre-Madden Lovefest?

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Down to Earth

Well, the Packer-Bears game has been moved to the Sunday night tilt on NBC. If #4 retires, it could be the last of a long loving relationship. Hope the divorce isn't too bad as they seemed so happy back then.

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Bobby Bass

Hmm I always thought Brett was taller! smirk.gif

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metrojoe

Listening to Collinsworth during the game on Thursday was making me sick. I had to flip on the radio for the play by play. I thought he was going to run down to the field and give Favre a big hug and kiss after the game. I think he may have sent him flowers at half time.

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otto_man

Ya better get used to it, one more year because he hasn't broken Marino's touchdown record. smile.gif

I wonder if I should run the prediction thread again, hmmmm... grin.gif

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Down to Earth

Don't forget Blanda's INT record? 5 to tie, 6 to have it to himself.

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james_walleye

I would much rather watch that game than any of the following: Atlanta vs Philly, Jacksonville vs KC, Pitt vs Cinncy, or New England vs Tenn. None of these games mean anything and the GB vs Chicago has the world riding on it. I am now looking very much forward too the Brett Favre hour along with the other 43 starters that will be on the field for both sides. I was thinking about getting some guys together for a football party, and making it a rule that everytime the announcers mention something along the lines of "Favres last game against Chicago" or "Favres possible last game ever", that everyone has too take a shot of tequila. But then i realized that everyone would be physically dead after 3 straight hours of watching football in between knocking down shots. I myself would be physically ill 5 minutes into the game.

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genegodawa

Aw c'mon, you non-Packer fans don't know how to drool over anyone, do ya?

Now, if the Pack could only win 6 of their last 2 games, we'd have the div.

PS I admit, it gets a bit sickening after a (short) while.

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