It’s been over mother since Brett Favre played the last game for the Minnesota Vikings, and yet he has not decided whether to wear back any team’s NFL jerseys for 2010 season, and does not expect to make any decision soon.
Appearing on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” on Thursday night, Favre made his first public comments since Minnesota’s bitter overtime loss in the NFC championship at New Orleans on Jan. 24, saying that he would like to enjoy the offseason and would not say anything anytime soon.
The former Green Bay Packer’s decision to play for his former bitter rival in Minnesota was unfathomable: it was unacceptable to Packers fans and he was not welcomed by Vikings fans, who had hated him for many years. However, Favre managed to have one of his best seasons ever and won over the majority of the Vikings fans. Remaining the NFL’s career leader in nearly every major passing category, the three-time league MVP quarterback brought 33 touchdowns and the lowest interception rate of his career to the Vikings. No wonder the Vikings have so much patience to wait for him to make decision although that could muddy their plans for the quarterback position.