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Today in Monday Morning Quarterback, Tuesday Edition.

1. How Brett Favre could have been a Patriot.

2. Will Randy Moss throw in the towel now that Brady is out for the season?

3. What I think the Patriots are going to do at quarterback.

4. Should the Ravens stick with Joe Flacco at quarterback?

5. What it might take for the Fords to consider firing Matt Millen.

 
February 13, 2011  04:30 PM ET

Subject: Brett Favre
Re. Brett Favre
I have a plan for Brett. He obviously doesn't want to live happily ever after in Hattiesburg Mississippi. Never ever heard him say how he'd love to coach his kids or spend more time with his wife. No Brett may be 42, but in brain age he is a 15 year old boy. He would rather chase skirts and email wanker photos and be one of the boys. He can still play. At age 40 he had arguably his best season of his career. The streak is over. No need to worry about that anymore. And even he knows he can't survive the rigours of a whole season as a starter. Last year hurt.
I think he could be convinced to accept the idea of being a back up, the safety net, backing up a starter on a contending team. It would have to be a contender. Favre ain't going to Buffalo. And the good teams won't want him. What better guy to come in healthy as a backup? He doesn't even need to practice. No Reps? No time with the receivers, no problem. But he can't be a distraction for the team, especially a contending team. He needs to know he's # 2. There has to be a sure #1.
I think it's a perfect time to make amends in Green Bay. I think he should join the Packers as Rogers backup. Rogers had had two concussions. He missed two games this year. He plays a risky style. It's perfect. Favre is 42. He's by far the oldest QB, that should sooth his ego when he's not the starter. He has all the records. He can still be one of the boys. In fact with less pressure on him he'll have more time to be one of the boys. And nurture a future as a QB coach. I think that's as high as he's going in the coaching profession. And he could step in and play. He could win another Superbowl. And he can stay away from his wife. And retire as a Packer. It's perfect.
Tom from Kingston Ontario

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