Stop me if you have heard this before. Brett Favre is considering retirement after an overtime loss in the NFC Championship game. It seems like this has been a yearly song and dance from Favre since 2005. This season is eerily similar to the 2007 NFL season when Favre had a pro bowl season on his way to leading the Packers to the NFC Championship game against the New York Giants. Of course, the Giants won the game in overtime in one of the coldest games ever as Favre threw an interception on his last pass attempt of the season. This season was again one of Favre’s best seasons as a pro. He led the Vikings to the NFC Championship game against the New Orleans Saints at the Louisiana Superdome. Favre’s last pass of the season was an interception which forced overtime and the Saints won on a field goal by kicker Garrett Hartley. Favre is probably sincere by telling everyone he is considering retirement the day after one of the most gut wrenching losses in his career. I will start to listen to what Favre has to say about his retirement after training camp in July when his competitive juices will be flowing again. I am sure there will be much speculation on this topic between now and then.