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Old 01-26-2010, 01:19 PM #22
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I wanted the Saints to hurt Favre too.
Which Saints power-bombing of Favre was your favorite? There are many to choose from...

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Which Saints power-bombing of Favre was your favorite? There are many to choose from...

The one where he was grimacing in pain and walked off the field like he might not come back.
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Yeah, the one where it looked like he might actually retire. Although his face when he left the field after throwing that pick, and on the sideline thereafter, were pretty decent as well.
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It's been well established that the only way to get Favre to make the mistakes he's famous for, when he's having a good day, is to throw off his pace. Best way to do that is to pressure him, get him on the ground, and shake him up. Saints accomplished that, and Favre committed his might-as-well-patent-it implosion at the critical phase of the game. The failure to run the ball himself followed by the interception were things that some folks could have nearly scripted into the game, having watched "Brent Farve" play for the last 212 years in Green Bay.
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