Okay, even though I'm absolutely on the bring of vomiting at this whole saga, I now find myself needing (for the sake of catharsis, perhaps) to post this: It appears the Brett Favre era is over at Green Bay. I'm not going to rehash everything. It appears you all know the stories because they interrupted President Bush's declaration of war on China and John McCain's announcement of Al Gore as his VP choice to give us every little detail. So what's your take on the whole situation? Who is to blame for this ending "badly"? Who looks worse and who looks good out of this deal? Has Brett Favre's legacy taken a hit? Has the image of the exalted Green Bay Packers been sullied? Or, if you just want to vent at your frustration over this whole thing and the way ESPN made it seem as though the security of the planet was hanging on Brett's response to the GB countermove, feel free.