As a lifelong Vikings fan, I have HATED the sight of Brett Favre dropping back ready to tear our secondary to shreds; unless of course the drop back resulted in a bone-crushing sack by John Randle or Kevin Williams. Favre made life miserable for me for so long, that last year when the word was going 'round that he might become a Viking I wasn't real big on the idea. But after suffering through another year of sub-par quarterback play on a team that has the pieces to vie for a championship (or a Superbowl loss), I have now come to terms with the idea of a declining Favre playing for my team.
The presence of a "wily ve-ter-an" to quote Trent Tucker, at the QB position could do a lot for a team that is pretty good in all aspects of the game. He would have a better line and running game than he did at NY last season. The receiving crew isn't as good, or at least unproven, I mean who have they had throwing to them over the last several years? Perhaps, a Favre addition could help lure a wr to the team too. Boldin I'm looking at you.
The irony, or poetic justice, depending on your perspective, is not lost on me. In fact, I find that part of it the most intriguing. "Stretch Alert" I mean imagine a Vikings team that finally wins a Superbowl--Skol!--being led by a grey-beard version of Brett Favre. It is delicious mu-ha-ha-ha!
P.S.- I don't really like TJack or Sage all that much.