This just in, Brett Favre has finally returned. Yes, the NFL’s great self proclaimed lone ranger has graced our presence for one more year and now the natural order of the NFL life can be restored. It seems like every year now we crown the Super Bowl Champion, hope for the last first round pick to sign soon and then count the number of interviews on ESPN covering Brett Favre’s possible return to the NFL. Once again our modern day cowboy slash gunslinger, Wrangler jeans wearing, John Madden loves me hero, has deemed us worthy of his return. STOP!!! Can someone please tell Favre that the NFL will survive without him! I am sick and tired of this vicious cycle know as the Brett Favre retirement tour; instead of rooting for the guy, I find myself wanting him to fail. Seriously, why won’t he just ride into the sunset back to his farm! He is reminiscent of the serial killer Jason in those Friday the 13th movies who always comes back from the dead. Each movie progressively gets worse and worse. The same is true with Brett Favre. Each time that he comes out after his pseudo retirement, his legendary status takes a hit. Favre is 13 years removed from his three-year run of being the league’s Most Valuable Player and has not posted back to back great seasons since then. And at 40, instead of maturing like a fine wine, Brett Favre’s production is sure to leave a sour taste from a bitter ending to all Viking fans. But once again the media, fans, and the NFL will stop and wait with baited breath for the great Brett Favre to run out on to the football field and save the NFL. Here is one fan that would rather simply just hold his breath and wait for next year’s impending retirement speech to be real. Thank God we have Tom Brady.