A phrase coined by NFL analyst to describe the ongoing episodic soap-opera like exploits of Brett Favre during the NFL's 2008 off-season through the NFL's 2009 off-season following his first retirement from professional football on March 4th 2008.more...
FIRST EPISODE: On March 4th, 2008 Brett Favre retires from professional football and retires as a member of the Green Bay Packers. He stated that the reasons were because the chances of making the Super Bowl were slim. He also stated (and later contradicted) that the decision was not based on anything the Packers did or didn't do.
SECOND EPISODE: On July 2nd media rumors buzzed about a possible return to the Packers and a comeback for Favre.
THIRD EPISODE: July 11th 2008, Favre sent a letter to Packer GM Ted Thompson asking for his unconditonal release, which wasn't granted. Thompson stated Green Bay had made commitments to Aaron Rodgers that he wouldn't break. Favre's contract gave him leverage to void any trade by not reporting to the camp of said team.
FOURTH EPISODE: July 14th, Favre appears in an interview with Greta Van Susteren. He states that he never fully commited to retirement and felt guilty of retiring too soon. He also stated that he was pressured by the Packers organization to make a decision before the Draft and the start of...
The media-whoring ritual every summer in which sports journalists wait for Brett Favre to decide weather he is coming back the following season. Every shit taken, practice pass to high schoolers thrown and going into town for milk by Brett Favre will be analyzed in sickening detail.
Rich Eisen tried hard to hide his raging erection due to the beginning of Favre Watch.