At one point, it was really hard to hate Brett Favre. Unless you were a fan of his current opponent, there was something to love about Favre's game. He's been labeled a gunslinger, and it was that mentality that made many admire Favre. Sure, he was turnover prone, but more so than not Favre has a tendency to will his team to victories. Even in defeat, you always felt Favre gave it his all. Not anymore. Favre's reputation has taken quite a hit in the past two years. First, there was the ugly divorce with Green Bay. The constant waffling on his retirement. His initial success, followed by collapse with the New York Jets. Another ugly divorce. More waffling. Final goodbye. And then he signed with the Vikings. After a 6-0 start, all seemed forgiven. In fact, I can even probably get over Favre' ...
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