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Farve to the Vikings!

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What do you all think about this? I have heard that he wants to play here!

Whats your thoughts!

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that would be funny.just think if we did get him and won a super bowl haha

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We need Farve just like I need a hole between my eyes.

It will be Chilly's final move.

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Ol Favre - note the spelling you silly queens fans wink - never leaves the media disappointed!

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sign him, hundred times better than what we got and buys a couple more years to find someone long term.

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In order for us to get him we would have to trade for him and with the "poison pill" the Pack put in there the Jets would owe the Pack like 4 1st round picks. The only way we get him is if the Jets release him.

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Man, Farvre, notice the spelling grin, sure must have a set on him to want to play in a stadium that half the home team hates him reguardless how good he is.

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if we could get him and beat the pack twice consider it a good deal. wink imagine the truly faithful pack fans when #4 goes to GB in purple and beats them a good one. laugh personally i dont care for him but that would be sweeeeet! smirk

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If the Vikes could sign Favre for about the same money as Gus, I would go for it and not give up a draft choice to get Favre.

Compare last year's stats:

Completion % 65.7 Brett 59.1% Tavaris

TD 22 Brett 9 Tavaris

Interceptions 22 Brett 2 Tavaris

Passer rating 81 Brett 95 Tavaris

I think Favre with the running game the Vikes have would do well (cut down on his interceptions) and give Tavaris a year or 2 to learn from Favre and improve on his self confidence.

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Maybe TJ could teach Brett how to finish an interception on his butt in the opponents end zone! grin

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We do need a quarterback,Id say Farve or going after Matt Cassel

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Oh heck no - then we'd have to deal with him debating if he's going to retire or not. If this was 10 years ago I would.

We won't get Cassel either. He just got franchised.

I don't know what the Vikes will do for QB. TJ is a good backup, but not a starter.

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I think Matt Cassel would be a much better option.

However 14M and two first round picks is over priced....

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The ONLY reason that I would like to see Favre come to Minnesota would be the fact that he would bring the media with him. We would have nationally televised games and people would fill the stadium. I am deathly afraid of the Vikes leaving Minnesota, I don't know what I would do if we didn't have them here. If keeping the Vikings in Minnesota means bringing in the all-time leader in throwing picks, then so be it I guess.

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I don't think there is anyway this will ever happen........but........Why on earth would anyone not want him here? Even at his age, he is still a top 10, maybe even a top 5 QB in the league.

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If 4 doesnt go to MN then the vikings should leave!! The queens dont do anything important to anyone. They cant even fill the stands. I say ship them off or get Favre to bring some excitement and entertainment to Minnesota!!! Nothing against you Vikings fans either!! Not your fault they have stunk it up for years!!!

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