"Will he or won't he?" Brett Favre continues to be bombarded by questions about his retirement. "People keep asking," Favre told the Associated Press. "If you don't ask me about it, I won't talk about it."
The 33-year-old future Hall of Famer is entering his 13th season, but he doesn't feel like he's slowing down. "I'm still having fun, still feel I can play at a high level. Obviously the Packers feel like I can still play. And as long as we all feel that way, I don't see any reason why I should leave." Favre added: "I still enjoy it and still feel like I can play with anyone in this league.''
Favre feels that he probably has a few good years left, but remains undecided on how long he'll play…just like last year at this time. "Robert Smith said it a couple years ago, 'I'd rather walk away early than limp away late.' That's a great way to look at it," Favre told the Green Bay News Chronicle. "You know you keep hanging on and keep hanging on, and, all of a sudden, you'll be saying, "Damn, one game too many.' But, who knows. Hopefully, that never comes into play."
Favre isn't going to hang around to break any more records. His motivation is winning, having fun, and feeling healthy. If one of the three stops, he'll probably walk away. As a big-time Favre apologist, I agree with him when he says that he can still play with anyone in the league. He's a top-10 fantasy quarterback in any scoring system…unless of course you're in a keeper league.