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September 20, 2006



Regarding your second point, I'm afraid I agree. As part of the Packer nation, I sincerely appreciated Favre's loyalty to Green Bay. Yet, he should never have signed on for another year. It was clear that the Pack would be in a "rebuilding" year - not a good send-off for a great QB like Favre. He can't carry the team by himself. Forcing him to do so diminishes his legacy and, as you say, does little to cultivate the new QB.

Jay C

"Who in the world could possibly believe that a major market team with an unlimited payroll could possibly in a million years win their division?"

Well, if you had been a fan of the New York Mets during the seasons of 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 - the credibility of said doubts would NOT have been untoward: despite good years in 1998, 1999 and 2000: the Mets, post-Subway-Series seemed to have reverted to traditional Mets form (not a compliment, btw) - and have done a sterling job of rebuilding themselves into serious contenders over the past two seasons. Of course, the money and the media didn't hurt: but (just poll Red Sox Nation) that's not always a guarantee of winning, either.


Go Saints. Believe me, we need a good season more than "Packer Nation" does this year. 'Nuff said.

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