On line sports gambling handicappers saw the 40-year old Favre lead the Vikings to the NFC gambling sports championship game where they lost at New Orleans. It was a great on line sports gambling season for the Vikings who won the NFC North Division with a gambling sports record of 12-4 straight up and 9-6-1 against the spread.
They seemingly were ready to win their sportsgambling matchup at New Orleans before Favre made one of his patented air head mistakes as he threw across his body after he rolled right and was intercepted by the Saints, which killed off a potential on line sports gambling field goal attempt for the win.
To make matters worse for those who had on line sports gambling action with Minnesota, there was plenty of running room straight ahead for Favre on that play. Still, Favre had his best on line sports gambling statistical season of his entire career with a 107.0 passing rating.
Favre completed 68.2 percent of his passes for 4202 yards and a phenomenal 33/7 touchdown to interception ratio. One of the reasons that his costly on line sports gambling mistake at New Orleans was so frustrating to gamblers is that he was not making those types of mistakes during the season.
Favre has gone back and forth on retirement for the past few years and actually retired after the 2007 and 2008 on line sports gambling seasons. The Vikings talked him out of retirement for the 2009 on line sports gambling season as they felt he was the “missing piece.”
While the Green Bay Packers lost patience with Favre and eventually called his bluff and let him go, the Vikings vow to be patient. “I’m not going to put him in any box,” said Minnesota head coach Brad Childress. “Four weeks and change, he’s still healing up. He’s earned that kind of latitude.”
Favre waited until the end of training camp last year to decide to comeback and it’s doubtful that he will attend mini camp in the spring, regardless of what he decides.