Monday, October 3, 2011

Brett Favre Provides Several Entertaining Insights In His First Broadcasting Performance

Future Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre tried his hand at a new career this past weekend.  During the Rice-Southern Mississippi game, he provided color commentary for the broadcast.

I think it's painfully obvious that he needs a LOT of work to be considered even capable.  Here's a few examples of his work:

"The good teams are good at what they do."

When asked about football talent in Mississippi: "I'll tell you...I can't begin to tell you."

On the key to a good defense, Favre said: "You have to have a good nickel back."

Check out Brett in action. Here's a sample video:

Hey, color commentary during a live football game is hard for beginners.  Favre was clearly nervous. It's pretty easy to make fun of the guy at times, but fans would love it if he could channel some of that funny good ol' boy side that he frequently showed on the sideline.  If he could manage to do that, I wouldn't be surprised to see him in studio someday.

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