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Comparison how Favre and Mcnair have been handled by their teams

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by 35yardline, Apr 6, 2006.

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  1. 35yardline Guest

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    Found this at realgmfootball.com:

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  2. Vigsted Starter

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    Pretty good article you found there. I can't agree more.
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    The Packers are being whipped by Favre. He was one of the best QBs in the league, but his time is over.

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    Yes, makes a lot of sense.
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    So why have we not cut him if this is true?

    This just seems a bit presumptious as to a final outcome that has yet to be determined.
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    Two entirely different situations, IMO. McNair can only dream of having the career Farve has had.
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    Good point. Farve is truly a HOF player.
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    So, are we just gonna brush Mcnair under the carpet, just like that?
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    Farve is more of a HOF player, which is another reason he's being given more deference by his team. I do think it's amazing that every article presumes that McNair is definitely gone.
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