This should be fun. Everyone come up with a possible Favre scenario. You can make it as crazy as possible. You can have more than one if you want. Here's mine: Brett Favre Wants to come back, but the Packers refuse to take him off the reserved/retired list or release him. He writes a letter to them requesting that they do so, and they are forced to either activate him, trade him, or cut him. They opt for the ladder (latter?). Nobody signs him until Tom Brady tears his ACL in week 5. He signs with New England, and leads them to the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Ted Thompson has been fired, but the Packers' owner regrets his decision, as Aaron Rodgers leads the Packers to a 14-2 record. He takes instant leadership of the offense and they win the NFC Championship game and head to the Super Bowl to take on Favre's Patriots. It's a rematch of Super Bowl XXXI, but this time, Favre is wearing red, white and blue, instead of green and yellow. It's the ultimate battle, Favre, playing on the team against which he won a Super Bowl, playing against the team on which he played for 16 years and won a defeated his current team in a Super Bowl, Rodgers' unstoppable Packers. Favre has taken an oath on the bible and signed a contract that this is his final game. Who will win, Favre and his Patriots, or Rodgers' Packers? Let's find out. The score is 24-20, Packers up, there are 2 seconds on the clock, the ball is at the Packers 5-yard line. Favre, on the final play of his hall-of-fame career, fakes the handoff to Laurence Maroney, rolls right, sees an open man, it's Ben Watson, near the corner of the end zone, no one with in 5 yards of him, Favre gets ready to throw on the run. Then, with no time on the clock and then, Favre, with his age catching up to him and his memory declining, forgets he's a Patriot, sees Green and Yellow, and, while yelling "GO PACKERS", instinctively throws it to Al Harris, covering Wes Welker about ten yards from Watson. Harris catches the ball in front of Welker and takes a knee. The Packers have won the Super Bowl, and the MVP is Brett Favre, who on the last play of his life, won it for them!