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Brett Favre Talks Vicodin and Mentoring Aaron Rodgers

We somehow missed this interview with Brett Favre. That’s probably because it was conducted by Graham Bensinger and who the hell is Graham Bensinger?

Anyway, there are a bunch of clips floating around out there. These were some of the ones we found most interesting.

First, here’s Favre talking about his Vicodin addiction. He was popping 15 pills a day and finally quit by going cold turkey. At that time, he says he’d wake up shaking during the night.

Do you like that ratty old hat and blatant promotion for Sqor?

“Clean up for an interview? What do you mean clean up for an interview?!”

Here’s Favre talking about mentoring Aaron Rodgers when they were teammates. Favre’s stance now, as it was then, is “that’s not my job.”

Lastly, this sheds some light on some things.

Brett’s daddy never told him he was proud of him.

Mordecai Jones

Mordecai is a writer living in Los Angeles. He primarily writes screenplays, but also does crap like this because GREEN BAY PACKERS, baby!



  1. it’s not surprising you are clueless and don’t know who Bensinger is

    No one know about this horseshit website either, only reason anyone ever comes to this website is because you pay $ for it to show up in google news

    The Viking Defense is going to tear Rodgers to pieces

  2. Empacador July 31, 2016

    Watched mostly that part about Rodgers and a little about Irv. What an egotistical, insecure asshole. One of the toughest players I have ever seen but the more you hear him talk it becomes very apparent it is STILL all about him. I bet he thinks he is right on par with Lombardi, that’s why he made that stupid comment years ago about Lombardi leaving the Packers. Yeah, because Lombardi got part ownership in the Redskins. If Lombardi had left to go to the Bears he probably wouldn’t be as revered as he is today. All that Vicodin and alcohol because daddy didn’t love him enough really screwed Favre up.

    1. Phatgzus August 1, 2016

      Yeaaaaaaaaaaahh, THAT is the reason Favre got addicted to painkillers, NOT trying to play through pain. #FuckLogic