If you simply looked at the scoreboard and the fact that Brett Favre was at least partially responsible for two turnovers returned for touchdowns, you'd easily say that Favre blew it.
That he finally showed his "true colors" or that he "Favre-ed" this one.
If you truly believe this loss hangs on him, you're sadly mistaken.
A closer look beyond the box score actually shows a hard-fought game that came down to two intense, meticulous drives led by Favre, which saw the Minnesota Vikings dink-and-dunk down the field twice in the final seven minutes in fantastic fashion.
Both drives saw the very best of Favre and the Vikings offense, as they completed pass after pass against what is still clearly one of the league's better defenses.
The box score itself rea ...
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