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- Updated: January 6, 2008
Pretty sure everyone can relax now and stop doing their morning gurgle with the old man, it’s clear Spotts has been the god-like figure playing inspired football for Green Bay all season long and not the graying country boy. But we all know what a proud guy Brett is, so expect the real Favre to return for the playoffs next week just in time to throw a few awful picks and lose.
We’re very impressed with Spotts though, and not by his clutch play for the Packers this season, but for his riveting and often times inspiring role as Landry Clarke on Friday Night Lights.
Special thanks to big Mike C. for sending in the tip on Spotts.