Brett Favre the Legend
Before I dig into this blog entry and see what I can spit out to please my TA and Ozayr, I would like to take this brief moment to talk about a Phenomena that no one will be able to see anymore besides on highlight reels. This Phenomena is called Brett Favre! He is the framework, and the clockworks and phenomena all wrapped up in that Green and Gold uniform. Oppositions? There were many, and we are not just talking about the team on the other side of the field in a man vs. man opposition but also that man vs. nature. Brett could play in snow....
He could play in sub zero temps…
He could play in any weather and bring his team to a victory in the end. He also played through pain in a Man vs. Self kind of way. For instance playing one of his best games right after the passing of his #1 fan, his father. Or playing through busted up fingers, hands, and other body parts….
Even with all the oppositions that he faced he still rose above and became the legend/phenomena that he was. He was Indestructible!!
The built environment didn’t really affect him but instead he affected it. He along with Vince Lombardi where the two phenomena to make Lambeau Field what it is today; the Cheese head haven which is never lacking fans in the stands no matter what the weather or score was.
A framework that defines Brett as phenomena is separation in space. This separation in space was never too far for Brett; that is if you are talking the separation between him and a receiver or him and the end zone. This separation was easily closed when the ball was slung from Brett’s cannon of an arm to a receiver down field in a matter of milliseconds for a touchdown. Also how in a matter of a minute he could drive his team 89 yards down field to score the game winning touchdown.
All in all there are many more frameworks and clockworks that make him the phenomena he is just look at all the records he holds and all the awards/honors he has received. He is a Phenomena, a Legend, and a Packer and he is the reason I am deeply saddened on this day that I will no longer be able to watch him on Sundays. Thanks for the wonderful 17 seasons Brett and all the entertainment you have provided for many people.