Brett Favre Became the Boss a Long Time Ago

Posted: 23rd December 2009 by Adithya Ramaswamy in NFL
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Brad Childress lost control of the reigns to the Minnesota Vikings' offense in August. And quite frankly, it's going to be pretty hard for him to regain control. Looking back, the symbolic changing of control occurred the moment Brett Favre decided to join the franchise he had once arduously attempted to continuously beat during his days with Green Bay. Even before he decided to un-retire for the second time, you could foreshadow a power struggle. Favre said he didn't want to come out of retirement, but Childress couldn't let it go. Favre was an icon, a legend, and the man who could save the Vikings franchise, and Childress' job. Childress was so desperate to have the legend on his team that he told the public he was "moving on" with pedestrian QBs Tarvaris Jackson and Sage Rosenfels, but ...

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