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Favre confliction reaches critical mass

Posted on: October 5, 2009 7:52 pm
 
Swear to God, this is a true story. I'm here Monday night for the Packers game at Minnesota -- the Brett Favre game -- and the first person I see when the cab drops me off outside the Metrodome is a guy wearing a No. 4 Vikings jersey with Favre's name on the back.

The second person I see? A guy wearing a No. 4 Packers' jersey with Favre's name on the back. Then it got ugly. The third person I saw had a No. 80 Vikings jersey with Moss' name on the back. Randy Moss ruins everything.

Meanwhile, the media is here in force for this game. Name a big-name sports writer, and he's here. Plus me. But I'm the only one writing pregame on Packers kicker Mason Crosby, who was booting 60-yarders like nothing. Apparently he likes kicking indoors. Something to keep in mind if the game is close down the stretch.


Category: NFL
Tags: Brett Favre
 
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Since: Sep 12, 2009
Posted on: October 11, 2009 6:07 am
 

Favre confliction reaches critical mass

If any of you knew anything about Viking football you would all know that Randy Moss wore the number "84" when he was playing here.  Get a clue!



Since: Mar 11, 2008
Posted on: October 5, 2009 10:53 pm
 

Favre confliction reaches critical mass

Why would you have to swear to god and tell me that seeing Favre jerseys is a true story? I'm I not supposed to believe that people wouldn't be wearing his jersey from either team? Or am I supposed to not believe that you took a cab? Or that you are at the Metrodome? Or that you can see? I'm so confused.



Since: Apr 20, 2008
Posted on: October 5, 2009 10:36 pm
 

Favre confliction reaches critical mass

Hmmmmmm that's funny cause Moss is #81 not #80



Since: Mar 8, 2007
Posted on: October 5, 2009 9:13 pm
 

Favre confliction reaches critical mass

Classic national writer trying to cover a game he doesn't know...Why would ANYONE have a Cris Carter jersey (#80) with Moss on the back?  At least he noticed Favre was wearing pink cleats.


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