Brett Favre’s Sideline Antics Unacceptable

Posted: 21st December 2009 by Alvin Brown in NFL
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As the Vikings were turning out a collective bad performance Sunday night, their faithful learned the next morning that their beloved quarterback was asked to come out of the game during the third quarter but refused. REFUSED? This may or may not be as bad as Allen Iverson refusal to play as a backup during the 2004 NBA season. But Favre's behavior can be likened to a player that thinks his value to the team makes him irreplaceable. One can understand the catch phrases of "stick with who brought you to the dance" and all that jazz. Unfortunately, the Vikings offense nor defense knew their right foot from the left on a slippery and cold Carolina field. But as bad as the Vikings' play calling, field conditions and the smell of Julius Peppers' breath were, Favre still has an obligation to thi ...

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