In fairness to Favre this season is not his fault by any means. Let's just look at the last game as a perfect example.
Favre throws two passes into the end zone that our receivers just flat out dropped. Right through their hands and onto the ground.
On top of that... He threw two more passes that would have gone for gains but instead our guys slipped and fell, turning those completions into interceptions.
He's been hurried all season because of our offensive lines inadequacies, our guys drop all the balls he throws to them and then they slip and fall on the other plays. Not many QBs would be looking good on this team right now.
well said i agree 100% we have a great team but they need to start playing like it i feel bad for the guy are def plan out sucks!!!!!! and what happened the the wall sad deal all that talent and we are 3 6 sad i say we put TJ in and let him get bet up fpr awhile and see how long he last
what can I say? I guess defending Favres last performance would be more than a bit ingenuine. Though, I still think the majority of losses this season are on the whole teams back and not just Favres.
They just fired Chilly...thank god!
Here's the big question for me; I'm convinced Favre still gives us the best chance at winning but winning games might not be on top of our priority list at this point. We have no shot at a playoff position so it might be time to look at next season. Start Tjack and see how he has progressed and even throw the new guy in on a few plays to see what he's got.
We need to know where we are at now so that we can plan accordingly. If Tjack goes out and looks horrible then we need to figure out what we're going to do but if we don't play him then well likely not know until next season.
DAMN YOU BRETT FAVRE ! - - -
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