Brett Favre is Coming Back this Year

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Brett Favre

Brett Favre

Ah, good old Brett Favre. The slinger of guns. The pied piper of dick pics. He’s like a kid out there. Just having fun.

Well, king ding-a-ling is going to be coming back to Green Bay to watch the Packers play this year, barring anything unforeseen. You probably know that the Packers, in their infinite wisdom, tried to get Favre back in town last year for a game. Favre wanted to come back, but he was coaching high school football and his team went to the state finals, so it didn’t happen.

Old Ginger Gap Tooth, Mark Murphy, says the Packers are going to try again this year. Lord Favre says he hopes it happens.

So, get ready for some Favre!

“We have had communication,” Favre said. “Not that it’s really anybody else’s business with all due respect. I have a tremendous amount of respect for Green Bay, and it’s not about me. It’s not necessarily about them. It’s about the fans and respect. When the time is right. They’re going to have things to do. They have a season to play. They have to get ready, and I don’t want to be a distraction for them.”

The last couple times Favre came to Lambeau, he got pelted with boos. And that’s because he is/was a traitorous fuck who was playing for the Minnesota Chili Stains at the time.

Is this homecoming going to be any different? Probably.

The Packers organization obviously thinks so, but they’re more in touch with the corporate sponsors than they are the fans. Sure, they’ll take your money, but they don’t really give a crap about what you think.

We’re guessing King Brett isn’t going to get booed out of the building. We also doubt it will be an all-around love fest. This would probably be a surprise to the organization, but a lot of people remain either indifferent or resentful towards Favre.

It isn’t just because he played for the Chili Stains, either. There was a whole series of events leading up to that that don’t necessarily sit well with everyone.

Let’s totally glaze over that, though. Everyone put on their happy face and welcome Lord Brett back into the kingdom.

About The Author

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

17 Comments on "Brett Favre is Coming Back this Year"

  1. E. Wolf

    No–no, no, a millions times no.
    Sign my petition people. there is no expieration date, it can still go viral. Sign it, send it to friends, loved ones anyone who hates the Vikings as much as I do.

  2. C.C.

    “because he is/was a traitorous fuck who was playing for the Minnesota Chili Stains” – Indeed, and with the whole series of events you mentioned when he came out and said to the public he only went to minnesota to “stick it to the Packers” I was done. Yeah thanks for all you did Favre, just know your everlasting last memory to real Green Bay Packers fans will be you in that minnesota chili stain uniform, enjoy..

  3. Tucson Packer

    I hope the boos are so loud he has to leave.

    If I could attend whatever games this ass-hat is going Id do it just to boo him.

    Id pay hundreds of dollars to tell that selfish, wife-cheating douche bag of flesh that he can just turn around and suck a big one.

    To make him understand nobody is greater than the Packers.

    Problem is, he will never admit his mistakes, to his fan base much less his wife.

    This person deserves nothing but ever lasting resentment for the ever enduring image of purple and embarrassment he caused our fan base and his own family.

    To forgive and to forget is to be ignorant and just a #4 fan. Not a Packer fan, just a fan of the person for his “stellar” character and repeated childish antics that should forever be used as an example of improper behavior, not placed on any pedestal of admirable quality.

  4. gort

    I feel your pain, look back at my comments from the saga series, but it is time for Packers fans to become classy and allow Brett to come back. NFL football is a business. Nearly all players end up playing for other teams and many play for the arch rival at some point in their career. Remember when Jim McMahon. He has 2 rings, one of which has a great big “GB” on it. Charles Martin probably isn’t happy about that. Get over it and cheer for the Packers, even those with a “checkered past”.

    • E. Wolf

      Classy? How is it classy to turn the cheek to someone who tried to give our most hated rival the hardware, whilst doing everything in his poer to sabotage this current Super Bowl winning regime? There is NOTHING classy about it. Undignified, wishy, washy, shameless are far more apt.

  5. Stickum

    Yeah!!! And remember that time he came over and kicked your dog and spit on your kids? What a d-bag!!!

    Seriously. He’s a football player. Moreover, an employee who found another place to work. He wasn’t out to get any of you, personally. He was pissed at Ted and found a way to get back at him. On the field. As a football player.

    Get over it.

  6. the real russ letlow

    “It’s about the fans and respect”. HAHAHAHAHA! yea, right! I wonder who wrote that one for him. next quote: “Not that it’s really anybody else’s business..”, which means YOU, the fans, and YOU, the media, BUTT OUT! Most High School football games are on Friday nights or Saturday afternoons. If he WANTED to come “up” last year for a Sunday game, he could have. If he’s coming “up” and doesn’t want to be a distraction, come to the first home game (vs the Jets). Its alumni weekend and the spotlight won’t be on just him. There will be more important Packers in the house (Bart Starr, Jerry Kramer, Lynn Dickey, Majik Man, etc) so he can just hang out!

  7. Skinny

    Im so excited about this news, this is better news than when I found out I didn’t get that girl pregnant. I will be teary eyed when the FOX camera zooms into Favre standing on the sideline with a dip in his mouth. Im getting the chills just thinking about it.

  8. DJ

    Having read the entire article from the link provided…it is clear the man still doesnt get it & is still in denial. Whether we like it or not, however, the man IS coming back and the Packers are committed to making that happen. That ship has sailed. I just dont see how this doesnt become an embarrassing PR nightmare for the organization given the split in the fan base and #4’s inability & unwillingness to grasp the situation and show any contrition.

    “Again, time heals a lot of things.”

    Yeah, if you’re talking about a contusion or a disagreement. Betrayal is a TOTALLY different animal. Left alone & not addressed, it doesnt heal with time…it hardens. If he cant own up to that fact & fix it and instead chooses to hide behind time…fuck him.

    “Its about the fans and respect. When the time is right.”

    Respect is a two way street. He had ours until he decided to sacrifice us at his altar of revenge against TT, MM, & the franchise. Now, its gone. That was HIS choice. Again, time isnt going to remedy that wrong. Acknowledgement, by itself, that it exists isnt going to replenish the respect he willfully threw away. Only contrition will…and I aint holding my breath. When the time is right? What a fucking pussy. There is NEVER a wrong time to own up to your wrong and attempt to fix it. He could make it all this drama disappear in one day. Even if he did…I’ll never totally forgive him, but I am open to accepting & respecting his body of work with the Packers. His ego & arrogance destroyed his relationship with the Packers & fans and now its threatening his legacy too. Until or unless he changes his tune….fuck him.

  9. Vijay

    frankly I think Brett Favre did us a favor by putting us through all that.the Packers got a ton of exposure and round-the-clock coverage like a team from New York would. We should be applauding what happened the drama but he said this, he said that back and forth and who could forget Favre watch. Wonder if it all wasn’t pre planned and a conspiracy….???

  10. Jason

    So I guess the haters forget just how attractive Green Bay was to players before he arrived and started winning in 1992. Have they forgotten Favre wanted to play for GB in 2008 and Ted Thompson suggested he not stain his legacy by playing poorly? That he was essentially washed up ? That he could return and play in GB but it would be as a back up and there would be no training camp competition ? If not for Favres success and Wolfs acquisitions does anyone even realize the packers might not even EXIST anymore? How much money would that corrugated steel sided outhouse generate now ? You think the hundreds of millions needed to renovate would have passed with another 15 years of 6-10 seasons ? The dude wanted to play and was told he was old and washed up.. offered a back up job. I HATE the Vikings but I don’t hate a players desire to keep playing..

  11. Jason

    And how often have you seen Favre on TV the past couple years ? The haters suggest he was a media diva. Not seeing him on tv for years suggests maybe he would have preferred the reporters not hassle him every day of his life. While the Vikings are hated rivals they did offer a similar offense with a chance at success.

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