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Brett Favre will not be back!

Maybe this is too premature, but after watching Brett Favre limping around last night at Lambeau Field I think it's safe to say we just watched his final game in Green Bay. He's tired, he's old and he's hurt. I would be SHOCKED if he came back next year. Right now they're saying he might not even start next weekend (which would break his consecutive start record). Yes, I will be a little sad the day he hangs it up for good. He's been great to watch (always unpredictable) and he did an awesome job for the Packers. Either way, the day will come, but I'm just glad we were able to beat him as a Viking before it does.


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10/25/2010 3:00AM
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This is not about Brett, but you said something this morning- a list of 6 things to know when looking to get married or for a husband - I can't find them on the website.
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