Tony and Dan spoof Brett Favre spoofing LeBron James. Confused yet? (video)

While our two most ‘beloved’ athletes made decisions this year that altered the course of  our nation’s history and shifted the earth’s axis, two less-talked about gentlemen took it upon themselves to spoof them both in spectacular fashion.

In 2010, we talked endlessly about Brett Favre’s decisions to retire, retire and retire once more.  Then his package went viral, the result of an ill-advised text message.  LeBron’s decision to leave Cleveland was the sports story of the year.  Later, the marketing geniuses at Nike made us empathize with LeBron’s plight in their “What Should I Do?” commercial.

Well, Tony and Dan have combined these two tales in a stroke of comedic genius.  I wish I could take credit for this but I am merely a conduit.

Let’s have the boys’ handiwork speak for itself, shall we?  Nice work, gentlemen, and once again, children…. EARMUFFS!

19 thoughts on “Tony and Dan spoof Brett Favre spoofing LeBron James. Confused yet? (video)

  1. Wow! What a legacy to leave with the fans. Brett Favre may have been a great QB, but in the final analysis, he’s really just a total douche bag. Good bye and don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

  2. I think most people feel that way, Snake.

    Although we saw how quickly you changed your tune when Shaquille became a Celtic.

    Maybe if Brett texted flowers to everyone in America, he would change his image entirely.

  3. Chris

    I’d like to think that both Le Blow and Brett have learned something this year rather than still continuing to be condescending towards the fans and public at large ! But somehow in my heart of hearts I don’t believe either has learned a damn thing .

    So Calipari wants to be seen as someone of virtue who has the best interests of the student athletes at heart who are part of the Wildcats program ? Less than 48 hours after having been on a seated national televised panel discussing MLK’s birthday and the passage traveled by Dr King in terms social activism Calipari is seen in a profanity laced tirade belittling an African American player on the Wildcats’ team in a nationally televised game .

    Calipari later aplogises and says that’s no way to act and it’s the first time it has ever happened. Then we find out that it’s customary for him to denegrate his players black and white players during the team coaching sessions . How quaint by the coach literally showing once again why’s a _ucking douche-bag and will never win anything of note at the collegiate or professional level .

    tophatal ……….. ;)

  4. Aero…

    These guys did a pretty good job, didn’t they?

    I actually contacted them and asked if they minded me putting the video on my site.

    I told ‘em I had a bunch of regular visitors to the site that were always eager to poke fun (no pun intended) at the gunslinger.

    I’m a jeans model.

  5. Al…

    You and I both know, winning will cure a lot of LeBron’s ills. I’m not suggesting he’ll be suddenly re-liked if he wins a title. After all, Isiah’s got championship rings and people still don’t like him and that was before his coaching and GM issues.

    And re: Calipari, I’m going to give him the benefit of the doubt. I’m no Coach Cal fan but I don’t think his tirade was racially motivated.

    He’s a sleaze, we know this, but I don’t think he’s a racist sleaze.

  6. The tirade wasn’t racially motivated but infront of thousands of spectators ? WTF ? Isn’t that what a dressing room is for after the game ? Calipari is obnoxious a_shole who speaks out of both sides of his mouth and I’ve no doubt that he’s also taught his a_s to make one or two gestures !

    tophatal ……………

  7. I’ll be right over to check out your latest, Al.

    And hey, what coach HASN’T blown his top every once in a while? It’s happened to the best of him.

    Personally, I think him running shady programs is considerably more offensive than yelling at any one player.

  8. Chris

    I’m not against a coach berating a player when it’s necessary but there’s a time and a place for it. In front of the crowd at a game isn’t the time or the place. That’s atypical of another self absorbed and arrogant coach (Calipari) and that sort of behavior is totally uncalled for ! What he’d have said it was out of character had he attempted to choke the player ?

    So Urlacher sticks up for Cutler calling him brave and a leader ? WTF ? A simple jarring of his knee during the game and the _itch limps off as if he’d been hit by a Mack truck . Cutler is no more a leader than Clay Aiken can be considered to be a worthy candidate to join the USMC (Marine Corps) even if they have ………’don’t ask don’t tell policy’ in place.

    Talk about bad …….. the Jets’ red zone offense is about as useful as a condom with a hole in the tip of it. You simply know that the end result won’t be the one that you want. Shonn Green and LT couldn’t bust their way out of a wet paper bag !

    tophatal …………….

  9. Chris

    I’m firmly convinced that Jay Cutler is the NFL’s answer to Nancy Kerrigan ……..why me , why me ? Soon Urlacher will become his or her b_tch as the case maybe !

    He abandons his teammates almost as fast as the passengers abandoned the Titanic. Only in Cutler’s case the only damage he suffered was a whack on the knee and the fact that his confidence had been shot to hell !

    tophatal ………….

  10. I’m still not as caught up in the whole Coach Cal thing as you are, Al. I didn’t see the game, nor did I see the context in which he was yelling.

    As you know, I’m no Coach Cal supporter but if the kid was screwing up, then a tongue-lashing was in order.

    Coaches yell, Al. That’s what they do.

    Yeah, I was disappointed in Cutler’s performance as well. Reminded me of Colt McCoy in the BCS title game last year, mixed in with a little Rodney Dangerfield in Caddyshack when he pulled out of the tournament because he was playing so badly. “Oh, my arm. It’s broken.”

    And I think the Jets offensive woes had a little something to do with that Steeler defense. Those boys are bad. Rodgers better bring his A game in two weeks.

  11. Cutler’s just inconsistent, Al. There are times where he looks like he could be a decent starting NFL quarterback.

    Then there’s performances like yesterday.

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