Brett Favre threw for four touchdowns in his return to Lambeau Field as the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Green Bay Packers 38-26. After a lopsided first half, the game developed into a battle of quarterbacks past and present as Favre went head-to-head with Aaron Rodgers. Favre tied Dan Marino's record of 21 games of four or more TDs, throwing for 244 yards on 17 of 28 passing and helping Minnesota improve to 7-1 on the season. After being sacked four times in the first half,áAaron Rodgers fought valiantly to bring the Packers back from a 21-point deficit, only to fall short in the end.á Green Bay racked up just 47 yards of total offense in the opening 30 minutesùits lowest in a decadeùbutáRodgers dug deep after the interval, finishing with 287 yards through the air on 26 of 41 passi ...
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