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 Will this be the end of football's Iron Man? 
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Post Will this be the end of football's Iron Man?
Brett Favre's streak of 297 could end sunday. He hasn't thrown all week, only taking snaps. As much as i hate farve-a-polusa, I'd like to see him finish out the season with his streak intact, until Suh can end it for him. Will the streak finally end?


December 11th, 2010, 12:01 pm
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Post Re: Will this be the end of football's Iron Man?
Does anyone else think that once the lights are off of Favre, and he isn't the center of attention anymore, that he is going to put a gun to his mouth?

Morbid. I know. But, that's just the impression I get when I look at Favre's personality.


December 11th, 2010, 12:17 pm
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Post Re: Will this be the end of football's Iron Man?
BillySims wrote:
Does anyone else think that once the lights are off of Favre, and he isn't the center of attention anymore, that he is going to put a gun to his mouth?

Morbid. I know. But, that's just the impression I get when I look at Favre's personality.

That's crazy that you would say that. The Summer before he joined the Jets, I had a dream in which I was watching TV and the crawl at the bottom of the screen said that he had commited suicide.

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December 12th, 2010, 5:02 am
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Post Re: Will this be the end of football's Iron Man?
Well the roof of the Metrodome has collapse, so this might give Farve an extra day or two to recover once they figure out where they will be playing the game and how the TV contracts will be worked out.

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December 12th, 2010, 11:15 am
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Post Re: Will this be the end of football's Iron Man?
BillySims wrote:
Does anyone else think that once the lights are off of Favre, and he isn't the center of attention anymore, that he is going to put a gun to his mouth?

Morbid. I know. But, that's just the impression I get when I look at Favre's personality.


Fingers crossed, Billy. . .

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December 12th, 2010, 12:44 pm
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Well looks like Detroit will have 2 games at Ford Field.

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