I put it off for as long as I could. I didn't want to address it. I didn't want to think about it. But, it doesn't appear as though I can do that any more.
As andersklassen has pointed out, this afternoon. . .Brad Childress triggered Favregeddon.
Yes, Childress and Brett Favre will be sitting down together at some point in the near future to discuss the possibility of the future Hall of Famer playing a season in Minnesota.
Honestly, it's tough for me to verbalize what's going through my mind as a 25-year Viking fan right now. Those of you that have followed this site since it's started know that you can count all the complimentary things that I've had to say about Brett Favre on one hand. Or, more accurately, on one finger. . .which finger you use is up to you, but you can probably guess which one I prefer.
However, I've also acquiesed to the fact that if Zygi Wilf and Rick Spielman and Brad Childress want to bring Favre here and think that he can improve the team in some way. . .then there really isn't a damn thing that I can do about it. I'm not saying I'd like it, and I'm not saying I'm for it right now. . .largely because, as I said, I'm not sure if I'm for it right now or not.
Over the next couple of days, I'll be taking a look at what this could mean for the Vikings, both on and off the football field. In either case. . .
So much for a nice, quiet off-season, huh?