Rod Woodson: No Respect For Favre
Add Hall of Famer Rod Woodson to the growing list of people who have no respect for Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre.
Woodson called out Favre and the Vikings on NFL Total Access, on Tuesday.
“This five-year saga, I think, is played out,” Woodson said. “I think a lot of veterans in the National Football League, even though I’ve been retired for seven years, are really tired of this.”
“He had a tremendous year last year. There’s no doubt that Brett Favre is a Hall of Fame quarterback,” Woodson continued. “But I’ve lost respect for Brett in what he’s done the last five years, and I’ve lost some respect to where an organization has to go to win a Super Bowl … and thinking that this is the only way to do it. So, here we go again. It’s win a Super Bowl (or bust) for the Vikings.”
Woodson is right about Super Bowl or bust for the Vikings, but we’ll have more on that later.
He’s also right in his opinion of Favre and we’re glad more people are starting to realize what a cunt Brett is.
In July, former Packers great LeRoy Butler said he pities Favre because he can’t do anything other than play football. True to form, Favre decided he couldn’t sit home and showed up to play football.
We don’t expect any current players to speak negatively about Favre, but it’s refreshing to see former players speak the truth.
Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.