The St. Louis Rams Called Brett Favre After Bradford Injury

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Sam Bradford is officially out for the season after tearing his ACL.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported a very interesting nugget of info today. I must say, it made my day. After the Rams lost starting QB Sam Bradford for the season to a torn ACL this past Sunday, the Rams put a call into the one and only Brett Favre. You read that correctly – Brett Favre!!!!!

Unfortunately, the now 44-year-old QB, declined the offer…  But it got me thinking.

It’s understandable Favre not coming back for a team that isn’t all that great, especially knowing he has no prior ties to the Rams organization. But what if the Minnesota Vikings were to place that call???? Because God knows they need a Quarterback.

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Bring Brett Back!!!

If you think Brett wouldn’t even bat an eyelash and decline that offer too, my gut feeling says you’d be wrong. Granted, I have no actual facts to support this notion, just a competitors intuition, but I think it would be a little easier to sway Brett if the team calling would be the Packers or Vikings. And we all know that the Packers aren’t in need of a QB…

That leaves the Vikings. And their front office would sell their souls to find a capable quarterback. Because the Christian Ponder, Matt Cassel, and now Josh Freeman’s play has been painful to watch. The Vikings QB problem is an endless tunnel with no light in sight.

I can’t be the only one who wants to see Brett back in the fold – Make it happen Minnesota!!! The fans would love it, and I bet that Adrian Peterson wouldn’t mind either…

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