Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Hostile, Jan 16, 2010.
Yes or no?
I won't be surprised either way but after the way his last game went I could see him trying to come back next year.
I think he will retire
C: "Dont care"
The guy is a player. I hope he doesn't retire.
He's Favre lite, loves the drama. Hope he goes and doesn't come back.
He has priorities that are much higher than football and he will begin to devote more time to that now. He will retire.
A great man, a great player...next stop Canton.
He'll retire. That hit was enough for him. And the Cards will suck next year. They have absolutely the worst defense in the league. Unless they find 7 defensive starters in the next draft, they will be toast.
I think he's a classy guy and he's had a terrific career.
I do think he will retire and best of luck to him.
If he does, the NFC West will be absolutely unwatchable.
Division winner will be 7-9.
Yes, I think he will.
I think when he looks back on it, does he want to take his body through another rigorous season?
He's accomplished a lot, and I think he's going to the HOF.
From what I've heard, he wants to spend more time with his kids.
Unfortunately, I think he will retire. He's mentioned in a lot of interviews that he wants to be healthy to raise his kids. He's a really classy guy.
Sadly yes, and it will be a shame watching him go. Atleast he has more class than another dinosaur who seems to be screwing over teams left and right. Ahem Brett Favre.
If his wife lets him.
Agreed. I dont think she lets him come back after what she saw the other day.
I don't see him as that really.
I hope he does and then all my friends will suffer through a Matt Leinart season! They could possibly trade for McNabb though. I could see that happening...
It'll be nice because either way I will be seeing the Cowboys destroy them next year in Glendale!