Brett Favre Jokes
Brett Favre threw six touchdowns as the Jets rolled over the Cardinals 56-35. New York got off to such a huge lead that even the Mets bullpen could have held it. The Mets are currently selling their Shea Stadium dugout for $100,000. They're also selling their bullpen for 87 cents.
The political world was thrown into a frenzy today when Brett Favre announced that he's not only considering retiring from football but also considering running for President in 2008.
With his dramatic announcement, Favre becomes the only political candidate to be considering two plans for the future at the same time.
"This is just the kind of multi-tasking Americans expect from their next President," gushed political commentator James Carville on ABC's Meet the Press.
Favre emphasized that he wanted to make a decision in time for Democrats to draft another candidate in the event he decided not to run. "Which means y'all will know my plans sometime around late September in 2008," said Favre.
The Green Bay quarterback defended his decision to consider his decision to retire noting that he felt he still could perform at the professional level despite his advanced age and deteriorating skills and added, "Just like John more...
Brett Farve announced last week that he will be returning for his 17th NFL season. And just to give you an idea of how much the country has changed since Farve came into the league – In 1990, Bush was President, Clinton was getting ready to run for office, we were at war in Iraq…Actually, nothing's really changed at all.
A Wisconsin boy who wore a Brett Favre jersey everyday for four straight years has finally taken it off. Too bad – just three years shy of John Madden's record. When asked what he plans to do now, the boy said he might consider having a friend.
Investigations are still underway about whether Brett Favre used a Packers-issued cell phone to contact the Vikings. Chances are he didn't, because Minnesota is a whole state away, and the Packers use Sprint.