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Peterson, Vikings Defense Key Win Over Lions

Posted by Mike Wobschall on September 26, 2010 – 3:06 pm

A superior effort from both superstar RB Adrian Peterson and a stout Vikings defense keyed the Vikings to their 1st victory of the 2010 regular season, a 24-10 decision over the Detroit Lions at Mall of America Field on Sunday.

The Vikings went into the locker room at halftime with a 14-10 lead behind a 24-yard TD reception from WR Percy Harvin and a 6-yard TD run by Peterson. After beginning the season 0-2, though, that 4-point halftime lead didn’t feel too comfortable. But Peterson and the Vikings defense would take care of business in the 2nd half.

Led by LB Chad Greenway and CB Antoine Winfield, who both had a game-high 9 tackles, the Vikings defense kept Detroit off the board for the game’s final 2 quarters. Both LB Ben Leber and Winfield grabbed INTs late in the game to help keep the Lions off the board.

While the defense was at work grinding the Lions offense to a halt, Peterson put the offense on his back and ultimately sealed the Vikings victory with a sensational 80-yard TD run late in the 3rd quarter.

Peterson’s 80-yard scoring run was the longest of his career and the 4th-longest in team history. It gave the Vikings a 24-10 lead and it was the highlight of his 23-carry, 160-yard, 2-TD effort.

The win moves Minnesota to 1-2 on the season as they head into their bye week. Stay tuned to vikings.com for more post-game coverage.


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67 Responses to “Peterson, Vikings Defense Key Win Over Lions”

  1. By Pat the Viking on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I KNEW we could WIN with AP running the ball until Rice is back – If we would have prepare properly the first 2 games and ran AP 40 to 45 times – YES we would have won those games too !!!

  2. By Alex Lawson on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Does anyone agree with me that our secondary looks much improved this season? I felt like Abdullah did a great job today, as well as Cedrick Griffen and Chris Cook. I think we have the best defense in the NFL right now. BUT, Favre still finds ways to turn the ball over and we got lucky we played the Lions this week. The interceptions need to stop.

  3. By nathan on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Great for AP, defense, and mostly great to have the win. But Favre needs to stop giving the ball away. Better teams will take advantage.

  4. By soldier1986 on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    good win. we really needed that. im a huge favre fan. but the interceptions need to stop. but this isn’t like him. something is wrong. i dont know about you guys but by watching him i get the impression that he’s mentally tired. physically too im sure but more mentally. i think he came back for the team. but thats not enough. i honestly think that he is just so tired. he’s had a great career. but i think he should hang em up. my favorite qb of all time so im not hating on him. there’s just something about him this year that i have never seen. hopefully he picks it up and has a good year and goes out looking good.

  5. By fred on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    since he started wearing gloves Adrian is playing like an NFL MVP

  6. By Jones on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    With griffin and cook back we can blitz more now, great game but how we play against the jets is how I would measure it.

  7. By PurplePeopleEater on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    It’s nice to have a W on the board. But the offense made A LOT of mistakes. Interceptions, blown blocks, penalties all around, and dropped ballz just about made me sick. Almost everybody on the offense (outside of linemen)dropped the ball at least once, on way or the other, including Peterson. That needs to change in a hurry, or we are going to be hurting like mad with the tough schedule right around the corner.

  8. By Pat the Viking on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    On AP 80 yards dash for a TD – it didnt take Farve but 5 seconds to get there to give AP congrats !!!

  9. By Alex Lawson on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I think we match up perfectly for the Jets, and we have two weeks to prepare. Bring it on Rex Ryan.

  10. By Pat the Viking on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brett might not think so but he still can move

  11. By ed on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Soldier,
    His ankle has the equivalent of crushed glass in it . This crushed glass is rubbing against the nerves and tissue in the area(example- skin, adjacent bone, etc,. ) when he moves. This is why in part he was hesitant to come back. This is why in part he was slow to come to camp. He did not want his physical limitations to hurt the team like his shoulder did down the stretch with the Jets. He knew the surgery was not 100 percent effective in smoothing out the spurs. He is in pain and that level would affect anyone’s performance. He won’t ever cry about it, he’s too tough. let’s hope the team can rally around the “gipper!” and continue to make plays. He can’ t carry us this year and should not have too, but he is still a great on field General with the heart of a champion!. receivers need to catch the ball, etc.

  12. By CarterMossReed on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Chilly actually spreaded the ball around more, for the first time I didn’t know what play they were going to run, hope he keeps it up and not get back to vanilla offense again. Oline had some problems but also did a decent job, when favre doesn’t get protection and gets hurried he throws ints. Favre needs to cleanup but I see him more comfortable.

  13. By Chuck Foreman on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Great Game there Adrian – would like to see you in the Superbowl this year !

    GO VIKES !!!

  14. By Brent Liebe on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I think there was some good fortune that you played the lions. If it had been almost any other team in the NFL you would have lost.
    Coaching as atrocious for both teams and the caliber of play matched the coaching. This was a competition to see who did not play the worst and the best running back did the rest. You better hope allot changes during the bye week. Injuries return, and chemistry gets better or in the next 5 weeks you may not win again. To line is made up of cheer leaders it looks like and if that does not change then Favre better retire or buy a wheel chair.

  15. By Vikings Website on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Why does so many FANS from other teams come here – because NOBODY CARE ABOUT THEM !!!

  16. By Alex Lawson on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    That fan just knows that the Vikings will turn thier bad start around. The Lions are a better team this year and we handeled them except for Brett’s mistakes. Our defense will keep us in every game this year. It’s up to the offensive line ( which is made up of two pro bowlers and young talent) and Adrian to get us to the playoffs.

  17. By purplehorn on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Hope Sullivan and Shank are O.K. Nice to win a game at home. I wondered when Chili would put Cook in at center if Sullivan went down. Cook played center in college. Defense played a good game as usual. Doesn’t look like the team is going to tally 48 sacks, but position play and wins are what really matter. Hope things jell more after the bye on offense. Bernard who?

  18. By Bruce on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brett said in his post game comments that he would be here until Friday looking at film and what not and he hinted that it would be nice if the receivers would stick around and work some stuff out. IF ANY RECEIVER DOESN’T TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER FROM BRETT AND SPEND SOME TIME WITH HIM EVEN THOUGH IT IS NOT MANDATORY, THEN I GUESS THEY DON’T WANT TO IMPROVE THEIR GAME. I HOPE THEY DO STAY VOLUNTARILY.

  19. By Bruce on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Poor protection causes tipped B A L L S which lead to interceptions. Poor route running leads to interceptions as well. I hope these receivers realize that winning a Super Bowl Ring is something special to be treasured the rest of their lives and that they put more time into watching film and seeing what the problem is and then practicing it doing it the right way.

  20. By Bruce on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brett, thanks in advance for putting in the extra time this week :-)

  21. By London on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Can any vikings fan watch ESPN, without wanting to through a brick in their TV?
    Vikings defense is 1 of the best in the league, our running game is perphapes the best in the league, we improved our passing game a bit. Still to many turn overs, and penilities, we can clean that up, the NFL this year totally upside down…good for, that helps our 2 loses look better. All those viking haters in the media
    F___U!!!!!! Ha guys, can anybody tell me why Chris Carter hates the vikings? its so obvious….

  22. By London on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    My god the ESPN, crew even after a win hating on the vikings.
    Trent Dilfer, talk about a 40 year old QB taking another beating and still keeping his eye on the ball. Favre hit, Favre got up time after time. I dont hear about ESPN or any other network talking about another teams schedule other than the Vikings. Why is the media only talking about our tough schedule. Ha Dilfer do not ever again insult our defense, theor the best in the NFL, talking about the lions tearing apart our defense, f__ucking get some hair man..

  23. By Londonse x on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    My god the ESPN, crew even after a win hating on the vikings.
    Trent Dilfer, talk about a 40 year old QB taking another beating and still keeping his eye on the ball. Favre hit, Favre got up time after time. I dont hear about ESPN or any other network talking about another teams schedule other than the Vikings. Why is the media only talking about our tough schedule. Ha Dilfer do not ever again insult our defense, theor the best in the NFL, talking about the lions tearing apart our defen get some hair man..

  24. By James on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I hope they keep going to harvin he catches everything that comes his way, has smooth hands he is a big part of this offense, although he does fumble from time to time he is holding on. I liked how our offense rolled today It wasn’t the hail mary type of offense but watching harvin catch and run getting first down was a big relief. AP is better than cj

  25. By James on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    The thing about our defense is they are inconsistent one week they play like hungry sharks the next week we shut it down like lazy hippos.

  26. By soldier1986 on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    @london dilfer is just jealous he didnt have the guts to have what it takes to play at the age of 40. or the skill. they all are. and he shouldnt talk anyway he wasnt’ even good his entire career

  27. By Susan on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Hey, I saw Baby Parker Brett Favre on TV, up in the family football suite, watching his Grandpa fight the big bad Lions! I think he brought the Vikings good luck … maybe he should attend EVERY home game (heck, maybe every road game, too)!! Actually, he was pretty big for his tender age … might football be in his future?? Great job, Vikings … see you after the bye!

  28. By Viking-ology on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Its obvious that AP is going to carry the team this year- and thats fine! Give him the ball and watch him do hs thing. He should have gotten 50 more yards if it wasn’t for those two careless penalties by Cook and BB.

  29. By ed on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Soldier1986,

    Did you catch my response to your first post about Brett and his ankle?

  30. By Viking-ology on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Loaddholt had a terrible first half- but did have a better 2nd half. The O line did better in the 2nd half as well. AP is ready to carry the load, Favre and the receivers are still hit and miss. Before the season started, that early bye looked like a bad thing, but given the situation, it couldn;t have come at a better time.

  31. By soldier1986 on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    yes i did. but for some reason its not letting me post anything. really weird. yeah i hear ya man. im not hating on favre. he’s the toughest player to ever play the game and nobody will ever match his toughness. i laugh at packer fans when they talk about rodgers. but i understand the issues with the ankle. i couldnt even deal with that now probably and im 24. lol. hopefull this will post on here

  32. By larry2 on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    2 down 1 to go. I posted a couple of days ago that there were 3 things I wanted to see this weekend. 1. The aints get taken down by Atlant. 2. My “new” hated team S.D. get beaten by the Seahawks. 3. PEPPERS PUT A HURTING ON AARON “THE TURD” RODGERS. To be continued….

  33. By soldier1986 on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    @larry2 i know man. good weekend. and hopefull the last one on the list happens.

  34. By Nebraskavikings on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Good win today boys! We needed that one. We need to protect Brett better if we are going to beat the Jets next week. Any word on sullivans calf? Now we can start turning things around!! Go VIKES!!!!!

  35. By fmfan on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I still wonder who is calling so many pass plays at the of games? After APs big run there was 11 pass and 6 run plays does anyone else thinks thats backwards!

  36. By CA Norwegian on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    We have an even better D with the secondary back. I don’t see oldschool here… are you reading up? We seemed to snach defeat from the jaws of victory in the 1st two games. We won, but the “O” mistakes made it into more of a game that it should have been. H.Abdulah. needs to take our O-tackles on his fasts with him because they seem very slow and have unlcear minds on the pass blocking. Sully going down and Shenk are quite the problem for the Jets game. I like the TE sets with Dugan and Kleinsasser in there. We really need help slowing down the speed rushers otherwise reciever play and signings are all moot. These guys can catch and block that is all we need with the great “D” and running game.

  37. By CA Norwegian on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    i would sure like to see some wildcat with Joe Web going in to give Favre a break after he gets abused. It was fun to see Web in the pre-season. They should find a way to get him involved, even if as a receiver on a reverse or kick return guy.

  38. By paul on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I suppose when your 0-2 even a win over the Lions is gratifying.

    A.P. was the man today..

  39. By vikingsfan1955 on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I saw nice improvement today and yes favre turned it over some but he got the ball to the recievers better than the last two weeks. I agree the secondary is a lot better and trust me favre will get better as the weeks pass and u will see what I mean when we play the jets. We have the old ap back and the recievers are catching a little better. A win against the jets and ppl will be talking about how we have turned things around. Godd game defense and ap. Nice game harvin. Look to see u against the jets sullivin and schonice.

  40. By Arnette Jackson on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    A. P. is the best, I loved every yard he took for the 80yard TD, Don’t fret Vik’s fans, Brett is the best also and our team will be in the playoffs come December.

    Go Vikings!!!

  41. By Cooely on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    This was the spark we needed! We know have 2 weeks for our team injuries to heal up and we’ll be definitely ready to take on the Jets on Monday night!

  42. By Cooely on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    oh yea @larry2: those were good things that made me smile too but i think you forgot one………..AP HAD A BETTER GAME AND SO FAR SEASON THAN CJ!!! i was waiting for the purple monster that is AP shut him up!

  43. By Cooely on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    *to shut him up

  44. By fmfan on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    I just have to wonder if we would have kept running AP in the 3rd & 4th quarters of the first 2 games instead of going pass heavy would we be 3-0 ???

  45. By Lants on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Seriously…Loadholt needs to pick up his game. That right O-Line is leaky. It caused a fumble in the end zone last week and this week could’ve done the same kind of damage, if it weren’t for the idiotic penalty on the Lions.

    O-line…yep, they need to get some fundamentals down. Otherwise Favre will continue to gunsling and get intercepted.

  46. By Just Win on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    God I hope Brett walks into Chilly’s office this week and gives the ball to T-Jack. There’s no shame in saying that he just doesn’t have it anymore and will do whatever it takes to help T-Jack and the rest of the team win, but from the sidelines. Let’s see here, a QB rating of 68 at home against the WORST team in the league? We don’t win this game if AP doesn’t play like the MVP of the league and the defense (once again) plays like the best in the NFL. In three games Favre’s QB rating has been 72, 44, and now 68, which is an average of 61.

    We don’t pay a player 1 MILLION A GAME to have a 61 QB rating! We’re better off having him be a consultant, off the field, to the team at $100,000 a game, so we can free up the money and get Vincent Jackson and a couple other studs this year. Unfortunately, based on Favre’s play so far, it’s obvious that we’re one player, in this case one QB, away from the Superbowl this year.

    PLEASE BRETT, FOR THE SAKE OF THE TEAM, PLEASE RETIRE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND LET T-JACK PLAY!

    Go Vikes!

  47. By purple08 on Sep 26, 2010 | Reply

    Great game AP! Was that really Chuck Foreman on here? If it was, that is awesome! Well, Favre was mediocre at best today which is an improvement over the first two games. Hopefully he will continue to get better. Hey London: Last time I checked Trent Dilfer has the same number of Superbowl rings as Favre. The Jets looked pretty good tonight vs the Dolphins. (At least their offense did anyway) Should be a good game. Go Vikes!

  48. By purple08 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    Just Win: Great comments man. Finally someone making sense.

  49. By fmfan on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    Just Win I like your idea but I believe Favre gets his money no matter if he plays,sits on the sideline or even retires and goes back to Mississippi. He just had to be on the roster on opening day.

  50. By soldier1986 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    wow. sad to see everyone hating on favre and telling him to go. lets not look at the poor blocking from the o line that forces the old man to throw. lol i knew this was going to happen

  51. By Vegas Viking on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    Just Win, are you sure you not a Packer fan posing as a Viking fan?

    I agree with Soldier1986, if the OL doesn’t allow Favre to get hit in the arm via the blindside while throwing the ball, the second interception never occurs, overall, I thought it was a well managed game. One good thing to come out of this game is Favre and Percy seem to have gotten back in sync.

  52. By gottarush on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    No one wanted to dump Peterson last year when he fumbled in overtime against Chicago and cost us home field advantage. No one said he was washed up because he wasn’t gaining as many yards as in the past years. And no one wanted to get rid of him because he fumbled …how many times in the NFC finals? And no one is suggesting to take him out on third downs because he dropped and easy one today on the first drive.

    I was packer (small p, now) fan for over forty years – I bailed when I found out how “small” packer fans were, and what liars the management are. I doubt if I will ever go back. It has been great rooting for the Vikes, until now, hearing some of the fans who want to point the simple finger of blame at one guy. This team has some continuing problems, and they started with the failure to improve the O-line, and continued with Rice and Harvin’s injuries.

    1. The o-line is poor, especially at both tackle. This is the same line that got Favre trounced in the NFC game last year, and the same team that failed to open many holes for Peterson this year. In fact, Peterson is doing great this year despite it. Look at the replays; you’ll notice he made his biggest gains after getting hit behind or at the line. It’s all adrian. Mckinnie is responsible for an interception today, and a touchdown last week. Loadholt gets beat like a drum.

    The other interception occurred because the backup center didn’t hold his block on Williams long enough on the screen. Did anyone notice on a screen play in the second half Favre getting hit after almost immediately getting the snap?
    This is the same line that game him all day against the Pack both games last year; but they aren’t getting it done this year.

    2. The receivers aren’t getting separation. The only time I have seen one of our wide receivers wide open this year has resulted in two touchdowns – Harvin today, and Shank last week. Look at the highlights of other games and other teams, and you will see receivers with separation making the big plays.

    What I saw in Favre’s face today was frustration. I have never seen him look over at the sidelines with the look he had on his face today. I am sure he wishes he didn’t come back; he’s an easy target to blame; and unlike Rivers, Manning, and Brady that whine and yell at their receivers, Favre never has. He would rather take the blame publicly that point the finger at his teammates.

  53. By Vegas Viking on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    Amen gottarush

  54. By vikingsfan4life on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    yes let’s take a look at the game, FAVRE, 23/24 201 yards 1 TD and 2 INT’s, key here is 2 INT’s, AP, 23 carries 180 yards and 2 TD’s, key here is 2 TD’s… looks to to AP won this game for us and at the rate favre is going he is going to have more INT’s then TD’s this season if he don’t wake up..AP cannot win all the rest of the games for us..we nrrd favre and the rest of the ofense to wake up and get right this is just one win we have 13 more games to go..

  55. By vikingsfan4life on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    thats 23/34 for favre sorry.

  56. By Pharewynd on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    You know, Brett was “right-on” with his throws to Berrian/Basket and neither one of them could catch the ball.!!! Yes, he did throw some interceptions but if your WR’s arent going to make the attempt to catch the ball and be more aggressive what is one to do.. Clearly frustration was evident in Brett’s face I agree. Hopefully, this bye week has come at the right time for the Vikes. It’ll give us 2 weeks to try and get some rythm between Brett and his receivers. Why not utilize Joe Webb as a receiver. He is tall/fast and I think he could clearly be an asset as a WR. We will need to spread the field wide-open when we face the Jets in 2 weeks. Same goes for Green Bay. If we cant get the throwing game in sync it is going to be very tough to win against these teams. AP was really super yesterday but we cant expect him to play on every down. I liked the “mixing-up” yesterday. It was like a breath of fresh air. It would be great if we could put a couple of wild-cat plays in. To all the people who think T-Jack is the answer to our QB dilemma? He probably could be more agile/moveable out of the pocket but with the receivers not in sync and not knowing their routes I doubt very seriously that it would make that much of an impact at all. GO VIKES!!!!!

  57. By soldier1986 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    @gottarush i totally agree with you man. and im a former packer fan myself. lol i know i know. dont bash me too much. one thing i have noticed though is the fans here are great. il never forget when brett broke dan marino’s 421st td pass in minnesota, and all the fans were on there feet clapping and cheering. now thats class. i could never see packer fans doing that for another teams player. even if he is a legend. haha they proved that by booing there own last year. but favre to me is not only the best qb to ever play the game….but the best person as well. and your right. brady and manning are always yelling at there recievers but i have NEVER seen favre yell at his receievers. he always takes the blame on himself. now i know the packer fans are going to bash me on here but i dont care. the fans make me sick. boo your own legend? did you not realize the packers made favre retire in the first place? then when he changed his mind and wanted to come back, they tried to offer him 20 million dollars to keep his mouth shut and stay retired. real classy. but they can say what they want. until i see rodgers break just about every passing record in the book, and has 300 consecuative starts, playing through injuries we couldn’t even imagine. favre is the best. thats all i have to say

  58. By Viking-ology on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    Yes gottarush agree also. Anyone who expects Favre to have the year he did last year is being unrealistic (to put it mildly) Favre has done what no QB has done for this Franchise for a long, long time- Give us a chance to win week in week out. What else can you ask for? AP has been a monster at RB, our D is playing well, the passing game will get better. I really don’t think Favre cares if he has 20 TD’s and 20 INT’s
    as long as theres a win at the end of the day thats all that matters. Favre CARRIED the team last year, this year its time for everyone to carry him-to the finish line. SuperBowl of bust….SKOL VIKINGS!!!!

  59. By Just Win on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    gottarush, Vegas Viking, and Viking-ology,
    Thank you for supporting my point of view! You’re giving all these reasons why Favre has a QB rating of 61, which is proof why he’s NOT worth 16 million this year. He’s suppose to elevate the rest of the team, particularly the wide receiving core, which he’s obviously not doing.

    AS A MATTER OF FACT, HE’S PLAYING EXACTLY LIKE T-JACK! Before T-Jack was benched in 2008, his QB rating against the Packers and Colts was 59 and 72 (an average of 66, which is still slightly better than Favre). If Shiancoe doesn’t cut off his route in overtime against the Packers then T-Jack doesn’t throw the Int. Likewise, if Shiancoe doesn’t drop the 10 yard wide open pass in the end zone against the Colts, the Vikings win that game. These facts don’t matter, because the only thing that matters is the Vikes LOSING both games, which is why he got benched!

    You’re essentially saying that Favre needs everyone on the team to play a perfect game in order for him to justify his 16 million salary and allow the Vikings to win. In other words, it needs to be the other way around. He’s getting paid 16 million so if the rest of the team doesn’t play a perfect game, we should still win. Otherwise, then he should retire, and let T-Jack play, who’s only getting paid 1 milion this year, NOT 1 million a game.

    True Vikings fans only want the team to win, regardless of who’s at QB. It’s a statistical fact in nearly every NFL game played since the QB rating calculation came out; a team who’s QB has an average rating of 61 is going to lose almost all its games, unless of course you’re playing the Lions.

  60. By soldier1986 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    @justwin to compare brett favre to t jack you have to be mentally ill. t jack isn’t a 40 year old man with a bad ankle and leg. he carried the team by himself basically last year. now do you see. he cant do it by himself again. your not even worth explaining to. lol

  61. By Vegas Viking on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    Just Win

    Do you really blame the 2nd interception on Favre, rewatch the tape, tell me if you don’t see the line folding and Favre getting hit in the arm as he’s throwing the ball? Take away that interception and the rating is much higher. I’d be the first to say something if he threw a careless interception, but the fact is, you can’t place the blame on him for that second one.

  62. By soldier1986 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    @purple08 last time time i checked, trent dilfer didnt have any nfl records either. lol wow. you people are dumb. bashing favre already. its bad enough he carried this whole team by himself all last year.

  63. By purple08 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    I watched the Packers vs the Bears tonight. Wow, what a game. It was fun watching two QB’s who can move out of the pocket and make plays with their legs. They had pressure all night but still made plays by scrambling and finding open receivers. They did not move around slowly like an old man and then blame the offensive line like Vikings fans do. That’s what a QB who is an “athlete” is supposed to do…avoid pressure, get out of the pocket and wait for a receiver to get open or run the ball or throw it away. Give us Rodgers or Cutler over Favre any day of the week. Soldier: I know, you are right…Dilfer has nowhere near as many INT’s as Favre does. That record will always belong to Brett. Soldier, when are you going to get it through your freakin’ head…Yes, Favre had a pretty good career but he is too old now. Why is that so hard for you to understand? Let it go already.

  64. By soldier1986 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    my point is comparing favre with trent dilfer is stupid. thats all im saying. lol your the only one that would say something like that

  65. By soldier1986 on Sep 27, 2010 | Reply

    and if you look at stats. favre has one of the best interception/touchdown ratios. better than marino, montanna, tarkenton. and when you play as long as he has, yes there will be alot of bad throws too. lol why out of all the things he has acomplished you just look at interceptions. lol wow. i dont get why you have this huge hatred for him. lol

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