Brett Favre this utterly unsurprising statement to ESPN reporter Michelle Tafoya before going in for halftime against the Packers, telling her "The season's going well so far, but I just don't know if I have the itch. I'll have to see if there are any teams interested in me. I hear the Browns are having some quarterback troubles."
When asked about how he was able to accomplish his two touchdown passes in the first half against his former team, Favre said "What can I say, you have to give credit to Sterling Sharpe and Donald Driver, they both made good grabs. But sometimes I wonder if I shouldn't just go back to my farm in Hattiesburg and ride my tractor around in my comfortable Levi's Jeans."
Following this statement, Brad Childress, Vikings head coach, and the medical staff for the Vikings escorted Favre off the field, reminding him why he was playing: vengeance against Ted Thompson.