Dear Brett Favre,
I wish you would stay retired and stay in Mississippi, riding your tractor. But apparently you've decided after a matter of months that the retirement life isn't for you and you want to play football again.
But I believed the Packer organization when they kept talking about how Aaron Rodgers will be their quarterback this season. But then you whined. And whined some more.
And now they're going to let you compete with Rodgers for the starting QB job?
Sigh. I'm not happy Brett. I'm disappointed in the organization, but I'm really not happy with you. You should stay retired. I respect what you've been able to accomplish during your career as a player. That will never change. But as a person? Let's just say I've lost a lot of respect for you over the past few weeks.
And I'm rooting for Aaron Rodgers. He deserves a chance. You had your time to shine in the spotlight. And then you retired. But apparently your definition of retirement and my definition of the word are different, because now you're back. And you'll be competing against Rodgers for the starting job?
I know which quarterback I'll be rooting for. And it isn't you.
Go back to Mississippi. I hear there's a great tractor waiting to be ridden. Enjoy your retirement. You've earned it.