It was a sight we thought we'd never see. It felt like hell had frozen over and Santa Claus had suddenly converted to satanism. There was Brett Favre, the man responsible for the reversal of fortune of the Green Bay Packer franchise, running on to the field in the putrid purple of the hated Minnesota Vikings. Surprisingly, he was met with a chorus of boos. On one hand I can understand that. I would feel jilted too if I ever saw David Ortiz come back to Boston in a Yankee uniform. However, this man did make the Packers a force to be reckoned with again after so many appalling years under such luminaries as Anthony Dilweg and Don Majkowski. But as always, sports fans are entitled to feel what they wish about whoever they want. So amid a smattering of boos and cheers, Favre was intent to ...
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