The look on Brett Favre's face said it all on Sunday night. It said it after he threw his two interceptions, it said it while E.J. Henderson was lying in agony in the middle of the field, and it said it as he was walking to the center of the field to shake hands at the end of the game. His posture steady, but his lips pursed, his brow slightly furrowed, and, in the instance of Henderson's injury, his head shaking. While there were a lot of bad things to think about in the Phoenix suburb on Sunday night, disbelief had to have been the central emotion. Disbelief that the Vikings played so poorly as a team, disbelief in the unluckiness of Henderson's season-ending injury, and disbelief that this great, yet uncompleted season could end in a way Favre, the Vikings, and their entire fanbase kn ...
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