Monday, July 2, 2007

Good News for the Packers


Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre showed up at the Packers' practice facility today ready to address any lingering concerns about his age. Favre was given a clean bill of health by team physician/renowned geriatric specialist Dr. Patrick McKenzie. The legendary QB then went out to the practice field and completed the 40 in just under 25 seconds, a personal best. Favre credits his Lark scooter for his his newfound mobility.
Head Coach Mike McCarthy conceded that the scooter would cut down on Favre's lateral mobility, but thought the increased acceleration should help keep linebackers honest and give Favre more time to miss his receivers. "With these improvements, there's no reason Brett's completion percentage shouldn't increase to at least 15% this year," he said.

Favre shows off his new scooter, which he nicknamed, The Scrambler. "The rearview mirror will help me keep track of pursuing linemen. My new basket should help cut down on fumbles. The headlight will be useful for night games," he excitedly told his teammates before nodding off.

3 comments:

AP said...

Wrgleyville take note, because this is what actual humor looks like. That's f***ing hilarious Sarge.

Burnside said...

wrigleyville23 you're being too nice...

Wrigleyville said...

ap - as always, i appreciate your advice.