It has become obvious that Brett is coming back, unfortunantly it has also become obvious that Green Bay wants to move on, so I'm gonna break down where I think he would fit good at.
The market for Brett won't be as huge as people are inclined to think because
- He's not been there the whole off-season
- He's only gonna be there 1-2 years
- he has no chemistry with the team yet
- It will hurt the confidence of a QB who they have been telling they will be the starter since march
- You want to put him a system very simialr to Green Bay's because he doesn't have much time to learn
- He wants to be on a winning team
Option 1: Washington- Jason Capbell has been struggling and Jim Zorn wants to run a west coast offense that will fit farve well, also this team is one great QB away from being a serious title contender
Option 2: Minnisota- If you add in a great QB this will be one of the most potent offenses in the NFL, also Minnisota's current QB situation is awful and he has been around this Viking staff for years considering he's played them twice a year since hewas a rookie.
Option 3: Chicago- This something I would personaly love to see mainly because my dad coached Marty Booker in high school so if he joins the bears I may finally get an autograghed jersey of one of my favorite players ever to play the game, also the bears QB situation is awful and it's a good way to get back at the Packers for not letting him come back
But if he is not droped, but traded, you can forget option 2 and 3, if he is traded i look for them to try to stick him somewhere in the AFC, and my frontrunner in the AFC has to be the Ravens.
Option 4: Baltimore- This would be a good learning period for Joe Flacco, so you don't have to stick him out in the line of fire in the most physical division in the NFL, also with the addition of Farve the Ravens would have almost no weaknesses on there team, putting them up there with the Patriots, Jags, Colts, and Bolts in the AFC.
Those are the 4 teams that I would bet have the best chances of aquiring Farve.