[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxuokwHcwAk]Aaron Rodgers Burning jersey - YouTube[/ame]
What a great day it will be!
Yes, that's me burning that mother fuckers jersey!
Last edited by Gunzaan; 02-25-2012 at 03:14 AM.
Brett Farve -
Possibly the most exciting QB of all time, broke every record imaginable, won a superbowl, and had many memorable games/moments with so many miracle games while making the Bears vs Packers rivalry much more classic. He also brought 2 more things to Green Bay, the plain aspect of just having fun while playing a GAME. Also is pretty much the reason for half of the fudge Packer fans in this world. One of the greatest leaders of all time on top of it all.
Aaron Rodgers -
Playing with a team that is better than any team Brett Farve ever had and has way more talent around him, with in some peoples opinion a better HC, with the rule changes that make now throwing for 400 yards in a game easy as hell and throwing for 5,000 yards in a season the new 4,5000 yards. Aaron also is possibly one of the most cocky QBs in the league and acts cocky even in the moments where he will lose a game, and most believe all he cares about stats, which is okay with people for some reason. Not a leader what so ever and it is proven this year in there one and done playoff.
I don't like Brett what so ever and obviously don't like Aaron Rodgers, but Brett Farve at least made the game of football way more enjoyable than some other players now days. Packer fans burning Farve jerseys are fucking idiots.
You are funny.
Let me give you a timeline that you have no clue about...
Favre held the organization hostage his last 4 years there. The last 2 years, he threw a hissy fit because the organization drafted Rodgers. He refused to mentor him, in fact spurning him in training camp. Then, he throws a horrible INT in the NFC championship game, his last throw as a Packer because the game ended. He then held the team hostage again, and was traded to the Jets because he REALLY wanted to go to the division rival Vikings. So he goes to the Jets, plays his role as a HUGE diva the entire time, fucks the team over in the end with his selfish, interception-lead ways (sends some nice dick-picks too) and then gets his chance to become a restricted FA. He doesn't even think twice, he joins the Vikings in 2 seconds, so he can get back at the Packers, who showed him the door after he was a diva and held them hostage for years. So not only does he play for a rival, but he talks to the Detroit Lions both times they play them that year, to help them gameplan for the Packers, even though he is a Viking.
I could go on, but that is the meat and potatoes. Imagine your hero (although, fatty, I bet your hero is a gyro or a quarter pounder with cheese, so this might not relate, exactly), not helping his backup, throwing a fit for 4 years, then grandstanding for a division rival before actually joining them and then giving team "secrets" to another division rival. His fall-from-grace is one-of-a-kind.
Watch Peyton Manning for how a classy person leaves their team. I promise there will be a HUGE difference between how Peyton is viewed (Or Montanta, or Rice, or a bunch of others) compared to how Favre is viewed. There is a huge reason why Favre is a villian, while a hundred other hall of famers are still viewed highly by their original team.
To be fair, if Illinois had a Jay Cutler day, we'd all
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If it ever gets to a Cutler day in the Chi or Illinois, for that matter....he needs to bring home titles. I think that would be the main prerequisite to getting your own day.
Fuckin thing about BEARS fans is you reach below the beltline and just scrach those healthy apples.