Green Bay, WI--Brett Favre came out the second half of the game against his former team, and threw the ball to them three times.
"I haven't returned a Brett Favre pass for a touchdown since my first training camp in Green Bay," Desmond Bishop, a Green Bay Packers linebacker, said. "I do want to thank him for the gift."
Brett Favre's image of a gunslinger also harms the teams he's played for, and tonight was no different. He was all over the place tonight, and was lucky he wasn't picked off two other times.
Packer fans were hard on Favre, and booed him when he took the field. It might of not did anything to his psyche, but the fans did make sure he heard what they thought of him.
"It felt good to be on the other side of Brett Favre's bad throws. I am so used to him tearing my heart out and making me angry." Jerry O'Neil, a Packer fan, said. "I still haven't got over the interception he threw to Brian Dawkins in the 2004 NFC Divisional Playoff Game against the Eagles. What was he thinking?"
The Packers did get a little more pressure on Favre tonight, be he still had his chances to win the game, and he couldn't do it.
"I feel bad about throwing the ball to my old team. Did I mention my ankle hurts? I hobbled around when the camera was on me, but still ran around when I needed to get out of the pocket. Does that make me a drama queen? You tell me." Favre added.
The Packers and Vikings will meet again November 21.