I think the Vikings are better off without him, but it would still be cool if he would come and lead them to a Super Bowl title, no matter how unlikely. It wouldn't be as cool as Sage leading them to a title, but it would still be cool.
Sage can't catch a break. I think he'd be pretty good if he could go through a preseason and training camp knowing he was the guy. Not have to worry about battling and pressing all the time. Be able to relax and play.
I hope Favre's Wranglers cut off his circulation and he loses the ability to use his legs - just for the football season.
Originally Posted by MNCyGuy
The only answer to "who/what is GeronimusClone?" is in fact "GeronimousClone". You're like The Todd on Scrubs.
Originally Posted by Angie
This is why you're my favorite
Originally Posted by MoreCowbell
GC, he's obviously all man. And I don't think Ellen would go *****, even for GC...
I personally am not interested in the drama and distractions involved with picking him up.
I'm also not convinced he has more of what we need that Sage does. I can't picture Favre in a game manager role. Instead I see him as a guy who is going to chuck the ball around the field wildly in hopes of adding to the TD record.
Even with the bonus of having a "gunslinger" in the backfield with AP, as a Viking fan I'd rather try and see what happens with Sage/T-Jack this fall instead of the circus that Favre would bring to camp in Mankato & the Dome.
I think a lot of this is the media trying to milk a few stories out of #4 before he finally (PLEASE) fades to history.
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