Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Top 5 QB's of all time: Favre, Favre, Favre, Favre, Favre



Tom Jackson isn't a bright bulb, his idiocy goes all the way back to when he said the Patriots hate Bill Belichick, but this quote is a real doozy (from Pinstripe Alley):

"So last night Brett Favre throws an interception that costs his team a trip to the Super Bowl. You think he's going to be ripped for it, but within minutes of the game ending the ESPN talking heads are launching right back into that "he's like a kid out there/he's a gunslinger" baloney. The best one was Tom Jackson who said "That's the thing about Brett Favre; he's not afraid to throw an interception. That's one of the things I most admire about him."

We all know Brett Favre is a good ole Southern boy, who likes to lay out on the line, have fun, show determination and grit, feel comfortable in Wrangler jeans, and is a Riverboat gambler but this takes the cake. I thought of other people Tom Jackson must admire

"That's the thing about Tiger Woods; he's not afraid to bang 50 women. That's one of the things I most admire about him."

"That's the thing about Michael Jackson; he's not afraid to molest kids. That's one of the things I most admire about him."

"That's the thing about Adolf Hitler; he's not afraid to annihilate the Jewish race. That's one of the things I most admire about him."

Mass Hysterians what can you come up with?



H/T To Pinstripe Alley and 98.5 the Sports Hub for scooping this.

4 comments:

ballamiguel said...

That's the thing about SmartyBarrett; he's not afraid to drink a sorghum-based beer. That's one of the things I most admire about him.

A Pimp Named DaveR said...

That's the thing about Tom Jackson; he's not afraid to shit out his mouth and eat through his anus. That's one of the things I most admire about him.

Worthington P. Foxtrotty said...

Why must we waste time on discussion of this French-bred cretin from the inbred depths of the Louisiana Purchase swamplands?

http://www.ehow.com/members/stevemar2-articles.html said...

Brett Favre has accomplished so much in the NFL. He is the only player to win the AP Most Valuable Player award three times. He holds several NFL records, including most career touchdown passes and most career passing yards, among many others. He is definitely worthy of being in the Hall of Fame, and should retire for good this time.