I don't rag on the talking heads at ESPN because I tuned them out long ago. With some exceptions for each sport, for example I'll always listen to Ron Jaworski, I'm not interested in what they have to say. So the latest Favre love from ESPN doesn't surprise me. From Will Leitch:
Right after the Vikings' lost to the Saints last night, thanks largely to yet another foolish, soul-crushing interception from Brett Favre, ESPN's Tom Jackson had the opportunity to talk about the historic Saints victory. He didn't. Instead, he said, "That's the thing about Brett Favre: He's not afraid to throw interceptions. You have to admire him for that..."
Baseball writer Craig Calcaterra joked on Twitter: "That's the thing about Buckner ’ he's not afraid to muff a grounder. That's one of the things I most admire about him."
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Please feel free to add any better ones, or create your own, in the comments.