It’s a shame for the fan base of the Minnesota Vikings that Brad Childress and the front office were swept up in the madness that surrounds Brett Favre every off-season around this time. Everything had been put in place to make Favre as comfortable as possible in Minnesota only to inform the Vikes on the eve of training camp not to save a locker or #4 jersey for him. Brett said he didn’t feel his body would be able to hold up and allow him to perform at a level that was acceptable to him. Favre then proceeded to tell Peter King not to rule out what may happen come Nov. 1st, and that he would continue to work out and throw on a daily basis. Does Brett think that he is going to come back in October just in time to play Nov. 1st at Lambeau? Childress has 2 quarterbacks that neither fans nor teammates want in the huddle this season, and Lord knows what Tavaris Jackson and Sage Rosenfels are thinking these days anyway. The two of them had been planning on carrying clipboards all season.