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  • Thats the Brett Favre i like.

    Even though im a Broncos Fan , i have always liked Farve , i live in the south and have followed this guy's career since he played at Southern Miss, i loved it when he led the Golden Eagles in a upset win over Florida State who was ranked number 1 at the time and i love it that he is playing good in the playoffs again, the only time i root against this guy is when he plays Denver, i hope to see a Packers vs Patriots super bowl with Brett pulling the Biggest upset of his career.
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    Who does not love Favre?

    He's French

    He is a good guy

    Classy

    Broncos got there first SB win against him

    great player

    funny

    If I had the money I would buy his Jersey. Though I always seem to buy a Bronco Jersey and in 2 years its worthless

    Cutler better be here for at least 10 years or I am pissed
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bronco_Armada View Post
      Who does not love Favre?

      He's French

      He is a good guy

      Classy

      Broncos got there first SB win against him

      great player

      funny

      If I had the money I would buy his Jersey. Though I always seem to buy a Bronco Jersey and in 2 years its worthless

      Cutler better be here for at least 10 years or I am pissed
      French? lol, yeah right, this guy is a born and bred Mississippi country boy.
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      • #4
        Many people of southern area (Louisiana and Mississippi are) have french blood in them. Look at some of the town names. Read some of the early history of the Americas.

        Favre is about as french as you can get. When translated it means smith or ironworker.


        So some where is his family history a ancestor was an iron worker.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bronco_Armada View Post
          Many people of southern area (Louisiana and Mississippi are) have french blood in them. Look at some of the town names. Read some of the early history of the Americas.

          Favre is about as french as you can get. When translated it means smith or ironworker.


          So some where is his family history a ancestor was an iron worker.
          Yeah, i was just joking because when you see and hear Brett the last thing you think about are the French.....unless your hungrey and you want some fries.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by theshiverman View Post
            Yeah, i was just joking because when you see and hear Brett the last thing you think about are the French.....unless your hungrey and you want some fries.
            Or french toast, french bread, or french kisses for desert.


            But I don't think you want a french catheter ...
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            • #7
              favre's classy?

              the guy who did the throat slash gesture and got fined by the nfl because of it?

              sounds a wee bit hypocritical if you ask me......

              New York, December 1, 1999 -- The NFL banned the latest fad among its players -- the "throat slashing gesture" -- used to taunt an opponent or to celebrate a big play. The league sent a letter on November 23, 1999 to all 31 teams informing them that the gesture is no longer acceptable. George Young, a league vice-president, said the gesture "appears to depict an unacceptable act of violence" and it has even been nicknamed the "O.J.".

              An NFL spokesman said that if a player makes such a gesture on the field, it will be deemed "taunting" or "unsportsmanlike conduct" and subject to a 15-yard penalty. Additionally, the player will be fined $2,500. The NFL's most popular players caught on videotape making the gesture include Brett Favre of the Green Bay Packers, Warren Sapp of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Keyshawn Johnson of the New York Jets and Willie Whitehead of New Orleans Saints. In Whitehead's case, he made the throat slashing gesture after sacking St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner in a November 28th game. Field officials did not penalize Whitehead. However the gesture was replayed numerous times on TV, and he was fined from the league, according to the Washington Post.
              http://www.sportslawnews.com/archive...hroatSlash.htm
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              • #8
                Originally posted by jcdavey View Post
                favre's classy?

                the guy who did the throat slash gesture and got fined by the nfl because of it?

                sounds a wee bit hypocritical if you ask me......



                http://www.sportslawnews.com/archive...hroatSlash.htm
                Ill take the whole career that favre has proven over this one time incident. Rivers has shown numerous times that he is trash.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Starbroncs View Post
                  Ill take the whole career that favre has proven over this one time incident. Rivers has shown numerous times that he is trash.
                  excuses excuses

                  the bad faction of your fanbase is pretty transparent

                  back before LT got his due, it was the same thing from denver fans about how LT is no good , then they finally had to just admit it

                  PR i admit is giving you guys an easy excuse not to admit the great play he's putting up, but it'll happen as he keeps dominating, and dominating you guys in particular.

                  the good denver fans give him credit where it's due , his fiery attitude aside, and that's respectable of them.
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                  • #10
                    Bronco mania 2007-2008 theme

                    classy vs classless

                    and

                    hypocrites



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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jcdavey View Post
                      excuses excuses

                      the bad faction of your fanbase is pretty transparent

                      back before LT got his due, it was the same thing from denver fans about how LT is no good , then they finally had to just admit it

                      PR i admit is giving you guys an easy excuse not to admit the great play he's putting up, but it'll happen as he keeps dominating, and dominating you guys in particular.

                      the good denver fans give him credit where it's due , his fiery attitude aside, and that's respectable of them.
                      I have stated numerous times that hes played good recently, and im not crazy about Favre, just think hes a classy guy and a great quarterback. Also stop generalizing fans, I have always thought LT was a good runningback and never said anything bad about him, I had my concerns when he got pissed at rivers but we all know the obvious reasons he doesnt like him now. Its truley pathetic though when you find out you just won a HUGE game, by far the biggest game of your season and instead of running up to celebrate with your team you have to turn around and trash talk to the opposing fans, you cant even argue that was LOW.

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                      • #12
                        I HATE brett favre!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by sneakers View Post
                          I HATE brett favre!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                          why?

                          and my own :2cents:

                          i've liked him since way back in the day. back when he was just starting out.

                          he's always been a professional player, classy, fun and just generally and genuinely enjoys the game of football and has fun while doing it.

                          the guy has amazing character. the day his dad passes away he shreds a defense by throwing 4 touchdown passes instead of what you'd expect from anyone losing anybody close to them.

                          he played hardcore for his dad and just continued being himself.

                          he's stuck by his team and not retired even when people say he should because he feels like they still need some building time and his replacement still needs more teaching.

                          the "throat-slash" thing? pft. it used to be no big deal and just a gesture they'd make with no hard feelings but to just show that they think their team is better. that's hardly a "classless" thing...just because the No Fun League makes all kinds of stupid rules which leads to:

                          the snowball throw. also not classless or worthy of a fine or penalty...

                          he's a 38 year old kid having fun doing what he loves.....and supporting his family doing it.
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                          • #14
                            I've never particularly liked Brett Favre either, and I'm FROM Mississippi. I'm not really sure why either. He has always just rubbed me the wrong way for some reason. I can't really put my finger on it. He seems like a really cool guy, I just don't like him.


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                            • #15
                              I am a huge Brett Favre fan..

                              He always makes the game exciting to watch, expecially now!

                              Though he may have made some mistakes in his years.. he is a very classy guy. Down to earth and you can tell he is a real family man.

                              When it comes down to how well the packers are playing this year, you can't help but cheer for him. I mean did you see the pass he threw this weekend when he was almost falling to the ground and still got the ball to his receiver?

                              He plays with such passion and heart! I love watching him play!

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