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Whatever happens, Tarvaris Jackson has his family

Posted on: October 29, 2010 8:23 pm
 
Posted by Josh Katzowitz

When reporters approached Vikings backup QB Tarvaris Jackson today to ask about his mindset – will Brett Favre start or will coach Brad Childress, instead, go with Jackson? – and how he’s dealing with the unknown of Sunday’s game vs. the Patriots, Jackson gave himself a nice plug.

“You can check my blog out on my web site," he said.

So, we did by clicking this link right here.

In a post published Thursday entitled “Keeping it in perspective,” Jackson talked about how his football life used to bleed into his personal life, keeping him unhappy all the time if he happened to be playing poorly. Now, though, he’s got a different mindset.

Jackson writes:

Having kids puts everything in perspective for me. … I’m to the point now where I still love football, but having kids puts things in perspective and lets you know the things in life that are really important.

Once you get used to it, you can find a happy medium.

You can read on and learn Jackson’s take on what life is like for an NFL player and his family when the cameras aren’t rolling on Sundays. But if you’re looking for a specific comment about Favre and this week, I have a spoiler alert: you’re going to be disappointed.

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