Brett Favre’s at it again! As if part 1 and 2 weren’t enough, Favre pulls us in for the trilogy. Will he stay or will he go? Here’s what we learned so far in 2010.
January 17: After defeating Dallas in the Vikings divisional playoff game 34-3, Favre celebrated the win by doing a reinactment of the song “Pants on the ground.”
January 24: In the Vikings conference playoff game, Favre was battered and bruised before losing to New Orleans 31-28 on an overtime field goal. Afterwards Favre stated “I’ve felt better, it was a physical game, a lot of hits. You win that and you sure feel a lot better.”
February 18: Brad Childress goes to Mississippi to talk to Favre. He proclaims Favre is still recovering and needs more time to make a decision on coming back for a 20th season.
March 4: Favre appears on the “Tonight Show” with Jay Leno. Lots of questions, no answers.
March 9: Favre pulls for the Vikings to sign LaDanian Tomlinson.
March 22: Childress says he is willing to wait as long as it takes for Favre. Even if it takes longer than the 2009 season in which Favre joined the Vikings after their first preseason game.
March 25: Rumors are swirling that the Vikings are interested in trading for Eagles QB, Donovan Mcnabb.
April 2: Favre becomes a grandfather. His daughter Brittany, gave birth to a baby boy, Parker Brett.
April 19: Vikings re-sign QB Tarvaris Jackson as Favre remains undecided.
April 23: Childress talks to Favre. All we learned is that Favre likes doing his own yard work.
April 24: Vikings decide not to select a QB in the 2010 draft.
April 30: Favre announces that his injured ankle isn’t healing and will require minor surgery if he decides to come back for another season.
So, what have we learned? What will tomorrow bring? If the past tells us anything, then Favre probably won’t be telling us anything of merit anytime soon.