Favre Reported To Meet With Vikings: Big Shocker

Carter BierwirthContributor IMay 5, 2009

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 28:  Brett Favre #4 of The New York Jets passes the ball against The Miami Dolphins during their game on December 28, 2008 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Well here we go again everybody, around and around on a never ending carousel of annoyance. I must say that for me personally, I really hate seeing one of the players I worshiped continue to spread more heartache.

We've all been wondering just what Favre is going to do now, and I'm pretty sure that most of us were leaning toward his decision to sign with the Vikings. It was reported earlier today that Favre and Vikings Head Coach Brad Childress were going to meet at an undisclosed location later this week.

I've also browsed through several articles in the Vikings section and see that despite hatred for him in the past, they feel that Favre is just the thing they need to complete a Super Bowl quality team, and that this is also the ultimate way to get back at the hated Green and Gold.

Ok, that's all fine and good Brett. Please, by all means, sign with the Minnesota Vikings. Personally I want all this nonsense over and done with, and if he has to play the Packers again to try and prove his soreness at them, then by all means bring it on over.

Those sixteen years of thrills and memories are awesome, and now, most of us are most likely going to see the thirty nine year old farmer with a grudge try to stick it to Ted Thomson and his old organization. Twice in one season as well.

I said it before and I'll gladly say it again. Letting Brett Favre go last year was the right thing for the Packers to do. After his performance with the Jets last year I honestly don't see much to fear in him, at least not nearly as much as he use to pass off.

Listen, I think the world of Brett Favre as a player and I always will. So will most of the Packer fans. He gave us a great run for so many years and he'll always be remembered as one of the best, if not the best, QB in the game, but as a person, I couldn't think any lower of him at this point.

So again I say, go ahead and sign with the Vikings. Personally I want to see them come into Lambeau and stick it to the Packers, or at least make the attempt. I feel bad for Aaron Rodgers because once this deal is sealed (which I'm sure it will be), everything is going to go back to the circus like conditions he faced last year with the media.

I'm confident in the Packers this season and their choices. I think the coaches are great and the material they have to work with can bring them nothing but good in the future.

So while Favre is plotting his vengeance against the Packers down in Mississippi, the Packers are getting back to work with their brand new 3-4 defense, and armed with more weapons then last year. If anything it will be another media hell that I won't be able to go anywhere on the TV or Internet and not see.

Even if this does happen, the Vikings have to get by Rodgers and the Packers first, and then Cutler and the Bears down in Chicago. Personally I look forward to seeing another collapse like last year for good old number four.

I'm perfectly confident to be sitting over in the Bay with Aaron Rodgers and a situation that we all know isn't going to blow up in our faces, in fact, it can't go anywhere but up.

But hey, that's just the opinion of a Green Bay Packer fan.