Here We Go Again: Brett Favre "Highly Unlikely" To Play Again

The Watch is officially on. Brett Favre is doing his now annual retirement song and dance.

Favre, who spent the NFC Championship game getting pounded into the turf courtesy of the Super Bowl-bound New Orleans Saints, tells ESPN's Ed Werder he's leaning toward ending his career. Again. For now.

In fact, the 40-year-old, who said after his valiant, but losing effort in the Louisiana Superdome Sunday night that he felt more like 49, said he's "highly unlikely" to come back. If true - and until the middle of training camp, nothing is certain - Favre will end a brilliant career on an interception at the end of regulation.


I could swear I've heard this one before...

Pretty remarkable turn of events this season. One couldn't help but watch the Vikings playoff march with a sense of dread. Favre was due for one soul-killing interception this season and we all knew it. And there it was.

His decision to pass with open field in front of him will haunt him - and Vikings fans - for a long, long time. Which is exactly why I think Brett Favre is coming back. Again.

And so it goes...

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