Monday 'Back to the Grind' Links - Brett Favre Announces Another Retirement, Seahawks Win NFC West, Denard Robinson Might Transfer From Michigan, & John Elway's Return to the Denver Broncos

Monday 'Back to the Grind' Links - Brett Favre Announces Another Retirement, Seahawks Win NFC West, Denard Robinson Might Transfer From Michigan, & John Elway's Return to the Denver Broncos

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Monday 'Back to the Grind' Links - Brett Favre Announces Another Retirement, Seahawks Win NFC West, Denard Robinson Might Transfer From Michigan, & John Elway's Return to the Denver Broncos

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I guarantee that you are not as excited about your job (especially today) as TCU’s “timpani girl” is about hers.

TCU timpani girl

  • Shortly after the Lions beat the Vikings for their 4th straight win, Brett Favre announced his retirement… for the 4th year in a row. Stay tuned (to ESPN, not us) for an update every time Favre scratched himself.
  • In what might have been the worst primetime football game I’ve ever watched*, the Seattle Seahawks beat the St. Louis Rams to win the NFC West. (*By “watched,” I mean ESPN Classic was showing the Mighty Ducks movies and I checked the score at commercials).
  • Speaking of entertaining, this was too (unless your name is Xabi Alonso).
  • Naturally, Awful Announcing came up with lists of the Best and Worst Announcers of 2010. While I would have liked to see Ian Darke higher on the “Best” list (his World Cup call is already iconic), I can’t argue otherwise.
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