Really, all it takes is for one meddling columnist to connect some wayward dots and then … sound the Brett Favre Watch!
Brett Favre hasn’t made any indication that he’s pondering a return for a 21st NFL season. Still, NFL.com senior analyst Gil Brandt remains confident the gunslinger might have one more comeback attempt in him.
Almost time to fire up Favre Watch 2011? On one hand, says NFL.com’s Gil Brandt, yes. Then again, Brandt says, NFL teams might not be all that interested.
Now we bring you Brett Favre throwing out a first pitch … sound the Favre Watch!
Really, it was only a matter of time … sound The Brett Favre Watch!
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the name Brett Favre?
Members of the media, I will be brief. Yes, we have seen Vikings QB Brett Favre do his thing. And sure, it may have been rather impressive watching him cut a rug out there. So much so that you can imagine him driving home with the rag top down so his hair can blow. (Which, would be rather cold for Minnesota.)
So it’s unveiled Brett Favre has a rooting interest.
If I were a betting man, I would say Brett Favre will play in Monday Night’s game against the Bears on the frozen tundra of TCF Bank Stadium.
For the fantasy enthusiast, Brett Favre‘s presence does have a considerable impact. Especially for those brave souls who have decided to roll with RB Adrian Peterson tonight (and bless you people for doing that, hopefully your faith will be rewarded because we are all pulling for you). Favre also makes WR Percy Harvin and TE Visanthe Shiancoe much better, too.
NFL Network’s Steve Mariucci checks in after speaking with Brett Favre, who he says is feeling “a little bit better” and will be on the team’s first bus to TCF Bank Stadium to throw early and determine if he can play against the Bears.
It’s been a topic of conversation since he picked himself up off the turf at Mall of America field two weeks ago: Has Brett Favre played his last snap in the NFL?
I’m betting Brett Favre is working diligently to try to come back over the last three games of the season, and I think he’s doing it with the full support of head coach Leslie Frazier.
Here’s a look at the rundown for “NFL Total Access” on Tuesday. Have a guess as to who will be the topic of conversation?
All things must come to an end, and Brett Favre’s postgame press conference Monday night might have been the moment when all of the factors surrounding the end of his career converged, signaling it is really over.