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Dusty Ol Fart
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June 20, 2018 7:48 pm  

Sorry Brett, love ya, but call me when you're not 35 + and still taking snaps in the NFL.

Amazing what folks will do for a Millions of Dollars, isn't it?

Just sayin

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Michael
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June 20, 2018 10:04 pm  

Is he still OK with ridiculous interceptions that cost teams a Super Bowl berth, or did he not address that?

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June 21, 2018 5:08 am  

They don't have copper fits for your brain yet...


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June 21, 2018 5:23 am  

I didnt need to read any further than this.

Why’s Brett Favre qualified to speak on concussions?
Well, because he’s had, by his own estimation, thousands of them. “You would never come out of the game for a concussion because nobody thought concussions were that bad,” Favre told the Daily Mail. “It was a matter of toughness. You didn’t come out of a game because you were dinged, you saw stars, or fireworks are flashing — which are all results of a concussion, as we know now. Ear ringing, kind of like the dinner bell dining — ‘time to come eat’ — that should be a wake-up call: You just suffered a severe brain injury.”

Its the same old song and dance. The NFL self inflicted this entire situation onto themselves yet youth football is paying the price.

Youth football is a different game. Plain and simple yet you rarely hear anything about that. Farve just admitted where the problem lies but the masses are not educated when it comes to the different levels of play.

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June 21, 2018 5:38 am  

Well, at least the writer indicated that he has an axe to grind...maybe questioning his credibility...

None of them suck, they just haven't found what the kid is good at yet.


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June 21, 2018 5:56 am  

But Favre would abuse alcohol to no end....unbelievable how selfish this kind of thing is when you consider all of the benefits that the game offers our young people.

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June 21, 2018 5:58 am  

Is he still OK with ridiculous interceptions that cost teams a Super Bowl berth, or did he not address that?

He's far more qualified to to discuss the topic of "married dads who send pictures of their joint to other women":

https://deadspin.com/5603701/brett-favre-once-sent-me-cock-shots-not-a-love-story

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June 21, 2018 2:02 pm  

I looked at the comments under the yahoo sports article and was expecting allot of coach's from here bombarding the sight. All I see in the comments are liberal ads hats that know nothing about youth football.


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HotWing
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June 21, 2018 3:17 pm  

Some guy named Kevin is letting them have it in the comments. I bet he's from here.


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June 21, 2018 5:54 pm  

I looked at the comments under the yahoo sports article and was expecting allot of coach's from here bombarding the sight. All I see in the comments are liberal ads hats that know nothing about youth football.

Well, I'm a liberal a$$hat, and I vehemently disagree with those liberal a$$hats. I've been coaching youth football nearly 20 years. All a$$hats are not created equal.

And I really just like typing a$$hat.  😛


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June 21, 2018 6:52 pm  

I didnt need to read any further than this.

Why’s Brett Favre qualified to speak on concussions?
Well, because he’s had, by his own estimation, thousands of them. “You would never come out of the game for a concussion because nobody thought concussions were that bad,” Favre told the Daily Mail. “It was a matter of toughness. You didn’t come out of a game because you were dinged, you saw stars, or fireworks are flashing — which are all results of a concussion, as we know now. Ear ringing, kind of like the dinner bell dining — ‘time to come eat’ — that should be a wake-up call: You just suffered a severe brain injury.”

Neurologist Dr. Favre said that?


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