- Sep 11, 2005
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Tough topic, I know, but I spent the weekend out of town was able to hear the perspective of fans in other cities and also many call in radio shows that I normally don't get. Seems that only we Wisconsinites still think Favre has it. Sure, we have had terrible luck, but Favre is making horrible decisions. He isn't the QB he once was, and it's unlikely he can go out on top. Even next year, with maybe most of our guys back, Brett doesn't have what he once did, and he won't change. I feel that to rebuild we need Favre to retire and that maybe he will because he is getting a lot of negative press now, something that he never did before (except in Wisconsin). Even some Wisconsinites who call in think Rogers should get playing time. These games won't help us and we need to see if he's good or not so we can go with him as the future or draft another. I loved Brett, but I'm starting to get impatient with him. I think it's time to quit making excuses to look to maybe having a winning franchise again in a few years. I know this will get some angry, but I don't care. It's how I feel, I'm not alone, and probably a lot of people are afraid to post the same thing. I don't believe all Packer fans think that watching Favre look so painfully awful is good. While we're at it, Longwell needs to take a hike. Without an offensive line, a QB who will adapt to change, or a kicker who can kick even short field goals, we're almost the Texans. I don't ever want to get THAT bad.