Why Favara Will Always Be A Loser And Brady Always A Winner

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    Why Favara Will Always Be A Loser And Brady Always A Winner

    Ol' Drama-Boy decided to throw his entire offensive line, running back, receivers, and offensive coordinator under the bus last night..

    Great way to build the big "Mo" heading into the playoffs.

    Could you imagine Brady ever doing that to anybody in the entire organization?

    He probably would take the hit for the State Troophas out there on Route 1 when the traffic is bad.

    I am sure he is no saint, but he sure is a great teammate.

     
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    For Favre their is "ME" in team. Childress wanted to take him out of the game and BF refused (cutting Childress's legs out from under him). Could imagine anyone including TB refusing to anything BB said....."not bloody likely"
     
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    Well , now the can talk about Favara and Chilly all week rather than Belichick and Moss
     
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    This is nothing new for Bert Favray.

    He cost Green New Jersey a potential playoff run last season by refusing to jeopardize his "iron man" streak when he tore his biceps tendon last season, sending the Jests into a December spiral that cost them (and the Pats, as it turned out) a chance at a division title. He's been virtually uncoachable his entire career and I'm not even going to go into all the "retirement" melodrama.

    This guy is a complete tool and Vikings fan is about to get everything he bargained for.
     
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    What a guy, I wish he was still a Jet they deserve each other.

    Childress previously tried twice to bench Favre twice

    As it turns out, last night's failed effort by coach Brad Childress to bench quarterback Brett Favre wasn't the first attempt to yank Favre off the field.

    Per separate reports from ESPN and the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Childress previously tried to pull Favre on two other occasions.

    Per ESPN, the first one came on October 5 against the Packers, after Favre audibled to a long pass late in a game that the Vikings led by 10 points with 3:27 to play.  We criticized the decision at the time, though it wasn't clear whether Childress called the deep pass at a time when the Vikes could have milked the clock, or whether Favre had changed the play at the line in order to further "stick it" to Green Bay G.M. Ted Thompson.

    Chilldress reportedly was furious, but offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell persuaded Chilly to chill out.

    When Favre learned of the near-benching, he confronted Childress, who blamed it on the emotion of the game.

    Then, on November 15, Childress tried to do it again early in a 27-10 win over the Lions.

    On the prior two occasions, Favre didn't say anything about it to he media.  This time, however, he popped off -- and that apparently caused Chilly to blow a gasket, according to Tom Powers of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.  Powers believes that he was in the vicinity of the visiting coach's office last night when Childress learned about Favre's comments -- and that Childress emerged from the office "like a wild man" and "went ballistic."

    Bottom line?  It's a mess right now in Minnesota, and that's good news for ESPN, since the Monday Night Football slate ends next week with a suddenly spiced-up game between the Vikings and the Bears.




     
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