What Brett Favre Does When On The Sideline In Street Clothes

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We understand that this not suiting up thing is new to Brett Favre.

We get that Brett really doesn’t know what to do when he’s standing on the sideline in street clothes while his team is playing a football game.

We also understand Brett may have some issues with his penis — holding it, taking photos of it, trying to put it where it doesn’t belong, slinging it around like a football.

That’s why this makes total sense.

If you were unable to watch the Minnesota Vikings get killed by the New York Giants last night, well… thank the NFL, because it was a terrible game to watch.

Anyway, here’s what you didn’t get to see.

Brett Favre

(Via lolVikings.com)

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

8 Comments on "What Brett Favre Does When On The Sideline In Street Clothes"

  1. Drew

    Who even cares anymore? The Packers are still a resounding failure and haven’t won crap since Favre left. At least old man INT won a playoff game coaching the queens, just like he did coaching the Packers in 2007. The Packers just plain suck, year after year.

  2. Madcity Packer Fan

    Yea 11-5 last year and the 8 games we won this year mean nothing Drew. I get your point. Go share your opinion with a wall.

  3. Drew

    Haha..yeah I guess so. Let hope NE does the right thing this Sunday and gives Coach McMuffin the Wade Phillips treatment. At least give the fans something to look forward to next season

  4. BB

    I don’t usually bother with you basement dwelling fatties, but he’s clearly tucking his shirt in. Oh the humanity!

  5. bretsky

    I am a big Favre fan and a big Packer fan, yes you can be both. All I can say is whoopdee doo he had an itch, I get em too and have been caught scratching. Leave the guy alone, I guarantee you that almost 90 percent of you guys watch the Packers every Sunday with your hand shoved down your pants anyways.

  6. Richard

    Yes, it’s definitely time to leave old Brett alone. He still managed to accomplish more in a season and a half with the Queens than McCarthy and Rodgers have accomplished in almost 3 full seasons. Time to focus all that Packer energy on the firing of McCarthy, Slocum, Campen, and whoever the strength and conditioning coach is.

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