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Superfan Jenn Sterger Sets Stage For Strange Monday Night

Despite Brett's supposed SMS invitations, apparent Jenn Sterger did not agree with the Nike slogan...
Despite Brett's supposed SMS invitations, apparent Jenn Sterger did not agree with the Nike slogan...

Although she is now best known for the Sexting she got from Brett Favre while he was on the Jets in 2008 and she was some type of "reporter" for the team, Jenn Sterger was first discovered as the well-endowed, front row sitting Florida State Seminole fan who received some serious crowd-panning love from the ABC cameras during a Labor Day game against Miami 5 years ago. She went on to do some Maxim and Playboy shoots, leveraging her fame as one of the 'Noles biggest (or at least well known and best looking) fans to a career in sports broadcasting.

She is now a sports reporter for the Versus channel and has stayed surprisingly mum on the rumor that Favre was coming on pretty strong when they were both in New Jersey two years ago. Of course, this news broke this week as Favre's Vikings just happen to prepare for a Monday Night Football showdown against those same NY Jets.

And, to add an extra level of melodrama, this will be the first game back in a Vikings jersey for all-world WR Randy Moss - who has already had his own off-the-field buzz go down with the Jets, as him and all-world CB Darrelle Revis got into a pretty weak smack-talk debate through the media prior to their last meeting earlier this season (when Randy was still on the Patriots). Since that game, where the Jets defense actually held Moss in check - despite him making a ridiculous one-handed TD catch on "Revis Island", the aforementioned CB has been injured and this too is his first night back.

As if the two teams who came closest to making the Super Bowl last year wasn't good enough, all of the additional storylines leading up to tonight's big game have many in the media expecting near record TV ratings. It seems that all of the off-the-field drama has helped bring in even the more casual fans, helping to further the hype for the hotly anticipated game - which we're sure the NFL is just fine with.