Favre-Cam Will Enhance Your Vikings-Packers Viewing Experience
Because if it's one thing that we need more of, it's Brett Favre.
The New York Times' Judy Battista first mentioned the news on Twitter ("Fox is going to have 'Favre-cam' Sunday, providing a non-stop online feed of Favre's every move at Lambeau. Lombardi, turning over.") And the Star-Tribune's Judd Zulgad got the official word from FOX: there will be a camera on the 50-yard line "isolated on Favre from the second he takes the field against his former team until the moment he runs back into the locker room."
There used to be a time when just watching the game was enough for most folks. But as Spencer Hall writes for SBNation, "You, the viewer, will not be robbed of a second of Favre's return, and will see each ball flip, boyish laugh, cheap downfield block, and carefree interception in all its glory, most likely at the expense of things actually happening on the field while Favre chews his nails on the sideline."
And to that Peter King says: "Hell yeah."*
* For the dim-witted: Peter King didn't really say that.