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Replay Of Week 3 Classic vs. 49ers On NFL Network Sunday

Posted by Ryan Cardinal on March 27, 2010 – 3:31 pm

One of the many cool things about NFL Network is their “NFL Replay” show that airs both during the regular and offseason.  For those that haven’t seen it before or aren’t familiar with how the show works, NFL Network takes a game from the prior week or season and condenses it down into a two-hour window and mix in alternate angles of crucial replays and post-game comments from key players and members of the coaching staff(s).

Now that we’re in the midst of the offseason, NFL Replay airs starting at Noon CST each Sunday and features four games from a week from this past season.  Tomorrow, week three of the 2009 NFL season is featured, and as fans may remember, the Vikings hosted the 49ers at Mall of America Field during week three, and that game of course was capped off by QB Brett Favre’s amazing touchdown pass to WR Greg Lewis.

So, tune in tomorrow at Noon or set you DVR to relieve that epic game, and make sure to stay tuned to NFL Network each Sunday during the offseason to relive several of the great games / memories from last season.  As you’d expect, NFL Network goes in chronological order, so next Sunday — April 4 — will feature select games from week four of the NFL season, including Minnesota’s 30-23 victory over the Green Bay Packers.  Given how last season went for the Vikings, expect several games featuring your favorite squad to be picked to air on Sundays during the spring / summer.


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14 Responses to “Replay Of Week 3 Classic vs. 49ers On NFL Network Sunday”

  1. By Seez on Mar 28, 2010 | Reply

    That dome was the loudest I’ve ever heard it aside from the entire playoff game vs dallas…..

  2. By Drew in SF on Mar 28, 2010 | Reply

    I have a better idea…why don’t they show the NFC Championship when Favre threw the pick that cost his team the game. Or his last game as a Jet when he threw 3 picks. Or his last game as a Packer when he ended a playoff game with a pick 6. He is a pick machine. The league and espn would have you think Favre is the greatest qb ever. But he is not clutch. Joe Montana played in 4 super bowls, and never threw a pick. Favre sucks! Play Tavaris Jackson.

  3. By bass8 on Mar 28, 2010 | Reply

    I CRIED OUT LOUD WHEN BRETT MADE THAT PASS. I WAS SO HAPPY AND PROUD OF HIM…AFTER BEING A PACKER FAN FOR 40 YEARS AND LOSING COMPLETE RESPECT FOR THAT ORGANIZATION WITH THE WAY THEY TREATED HIM, I WAS SO HAPPY TO SEE HIM BEAT THE PACK TWICE AND DO HIS AMAZING MAGIC. SO MANY OF US HAD GROWN ACCUSTOMED TO IT……

  4. By bass8 on Mar 28, 2010 | Reply

    AND DREW I HAVE SOME KLEENEX FOR YOU IF YOU NEED IT…WAH WAH WAH SOUNDS LIKE A LITTLE SOUR GRAPES FOR YOU….

  5. By radzinwisconsin on Mar 28, 2010 | Reply

    Heck show the vikes in pittsburg game and see how bad them calls were all game!

  6. By paul on Mar 28, 2010 | Reply

    bass8 I bet Drew Brees use some kleenex to wipe away his tears of joy after winning the Super Bowl..

  7. By Grizzo on Mar 30, 2010 | Reply

    Farve Sucks?? Then Jackson REALLY BLOWS!!!!! Fact is that Brett should not have had to throw that pass/pick in the first place had AP and Harvin not fumbled!!! Plus Bernie’s drop didn’t help matters either! TJ has had plenty of time to make the job his. He just doesn’t have it and never will!!! Don’t forget either how Brett drove our boys for four scores. Or weren’t you watching those parts of the game!?

  8. By fmfan on Mar 30, 2010 | Reply

    the last pass Favre threw against the 49ers was a hope & prayer toss and a GREAT catch by Lewis…

  9. By fmfan on Mar 30, 2010 | Reply

    Favre had 1 td and 3 turnovers in the NFC title game. You might think that makes for a great qb but I don’t.

  10. By Favreking on Mar 30, 2010 | Reply

    Dear Wilf & Chilly,
    Please consider Leon Washington or Brian Westbrook. Get some offensive line help and better pass coverage. Sheldon was a good hire by the way. Also, let Brett call his own plays. I believe this is the recipe for a Super Bowl season.
    Also, if you can afford it, McNabb as a backup would be a great insurance policy.

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