Packers Capitalize On Favre Interceptions, Lead 28-17

Posted by cjsiewert on October 24, 2010 – 8:38 pm

The Packers opened the 2nd half with a quick 3-and-out, but managed to take advantage of a Brett Favre INT on the ensuing series. On 3rd-and-4 at midfield, Favre was pressured by the Packers defense to move up in the pocket and was picked off by LB A.J. Hawk.


Following the Hawk INT, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers found WR Greg Jennings for a 14-yard TD reception at the 8:49 mark of the 3rd quarter.


The Vikings 2nd play after the Jennings TD resulted in Favre’s 2nd INT of the game with CB Desmond Bishop jumping in front of a pass intended for Randy Moss – Bishop returned the INT for a 32-yard TD.


The Packers lead the Vikings 28-17 late in the 3rd quarter with the Vikings threatening in Green Bay territory.


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34 Responses to “Packers Capitalize On Favre Interceptions, Lead 28-17”

  1. By PurplePeopleEater on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Vikings came back into competition with Pack now. We just need the D to hold up against the offense a little longer.

  2. By habs001 on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    the run d collapses at the most critical times this year

  3. By rocksalt on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Rodgers has all day to pass, Jared is manhandled yet again by only one offensive linemen………not double teamed….this has happened in 4 games this year
    Now superman Rodgers can run on us too……

  4. By rocksalt on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply


  5. By habs001 on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    jared cannot provide a pass rush he cannot control the qb running…

  6. By habs001 on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    now they are running past jared no problem…did this guys press clippings go to his head

  7. By sghdfgsdfg on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    if this game is so important to you guys why are you on your computers?

  8. By preacher on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    favre longest past 37 yards will not stretch any defense which does not help the run game.

  9. By rocksalt on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    It is called multi-tasking…….

  10. By preacher on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    because unlike u idiot we can multi-task

  11. By preacher on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    whatever it is called, you’re still an idiot

  12. By Rick on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Will Childress just punish Favre and bench him… he was the only one on the team tonight to turn the ball over! Bench him Childress… let him start and bench him after a turnover. What’s the worse that’ll happen… he’ll retire good for him.

  13. By Dyl12 on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    I say its time for childress to realize it time for Favre to go! I hate favre cant stand him never could! I wanna see the Travaris show! I would rather have Travaris in and lose than Favre come in and think he’s the best player in the leauge and throw away every game because he’s old and washed up!

  14. By olddog on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Please retire before that fing line gets you killed. That is THE most overated O line I have ever seen.

  15. By Bryce Samuelson on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    After his performance tonight, Favre should be locked out of the league and the team should get its act together and select another QB to replace him. The fans and team deserve nothing less and I firmly believe the team would be better off. He’s played 20 years and through at least 3 interceptions tonight to our detriment. If Childress doesn’t get his and the team’s act together, he should be terminated at the end of the season.

  16. By SetSon on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Childress was unprofessional tonight. Bret did not have his best game, but he still almost won the game.

  17. By fmfan on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    the only points G.B. got in the 2nd half came off Favre INTs!!!

  18. By Dyl12 on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    I want travaris at least he has a real excuse for not always winning he lacks experience but whats a real excuse favre can use? nothing if hes hurt bench his ass

  19. By fmfan on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    The last 2 throws at the end of the game with the game on the line were so high that nobody even had a chance to make a play.

  20. By jim dandy on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply


  21. By OUR COACH IS A GUTLESS MORON on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Like I said, I’m not happy with those bad choices that Favre made (BTW, last years Superbowl MVP also has 10 interceptions like Favre), but I am a LOT LOT more upset with Childress! He calls for a run play with a minute left and timeouts on the clock because he doesn’t want to try and score points and that is the most unexcusable action that a coach could make. And he embarra s s e s us as fans because the announcers and the reporters and the players are all like WTF is wrong with you? And Childress has pulled this same S H I T beofre and I hope our owners pull him aside and tell him that if there is even the slioghtest chance of scoring points which could win games then I want you to try and score points unless we have a big winning margin! Childrss just doesn’t get it, he a narcissist and he is costing us games! FIRE HIM!!!

  22. By 58viking on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Disappointed in Chilly.Totally out-coached by McCarthy tonight.Missing the challenge early was inexcusable.That was NOT a T.D> ask Calvin Johnson.C`MON MAN

  23. By vikingreality check on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Brad Childres is an incompetent fool

  24. By evalu8er on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Seemed like Childress threw Brett under the bus in his presser. I am NOT happy about that!

    Brett did not throw ONE touchdown, he threw three. Why did Childress not challenge Shanks’s that got taken away from us??We has so many touchdown’s called back. None of which were because of Brett. How many does he need to throw before the team committs no foul’s and the recivers are aware of where the field ends?

    Moss needs to realize how fast and hard Brett throws. Several times he was not prepared. In the very last throw, it may have been uncatchable, but not if Moss knew it was there and jumped for it. Moss wants to tell Brett how to pass to him. Moss needs to learn how Brett pulls out the game in the final minutes.

  25. By fmfan on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    these Favre lovers are blaming everyone but the guy who threw 3 INTs…

  26. By evalu8er on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Jim Dandy: What are you lacking in your life that you spend time on a Viking board so you can spew your bitterness over how the Legend of Lambeau accepted another job? Your health insurance would probably cover psychotherapy. GO HOME!

  27. By evalu8er on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Nobosy jumped on Stafford when he hurt his shoulder and had a rough time coming back (last year–he’s still out this.)

    Drew Brees threw 4 INT today. Why does Brett throwing 3 indicate he’s old and washed up? What do you say about Brees then.

    You tunrcoats need to get off Favre’s back.Sure you loved him and wanted him back (or hated him–hmm..why bother to hate a football player???) First he is still recovering from illegal hits in the NFCC game, then he gets injured and had quite a night. Got more TD’s than INT, they just kept getting called back. Loadholt needs to go. he can’t protect Brett and he gets the most penalties at the worst times. And Childress better have his QB’s back or get off the bus.

  28. By MTVike on Oct 24, 2010 | Reply

    Percy Harvin was forced out on that last catch. I know…that rule doesn’t stand any more, but even when the push comes before the ball gets there? Last I knew, pass interference was still in the rules.

  29. By tjr on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    This game had some of the worst officiating I’ve ever seen. I’m a Packer fan through and through and glad to get the “W” but the in reality the Vikings beet the Packers 31 – 21. Bad calls have always been a part of the game but when they happen in the end zone that’s unacceptable. On the Vikings last possession with everyone thinking pass Chilly should have kept running the ball, AP was becoming harder and harder to stop as the fourth quarter wore on, as always. If you’re putting your last minute hopes on a one legged, 41 year old QB who can’t see the writing on the wall, then every Viking fan out there better get use to feeling they way they do right now. Farve’s bullheadedness and irresponsibility with the ball all for the sake of highlight film is going to bury the Viking’s season.

  30. By Candy1304 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Exactly!!! I watch the Saints and Browns game and Brees did throw 4 int, and i know two other times there we almost interceptions. He played horrible, but that doesn’t mean he sucks. Just like Favre, just because he threw 3 interceptions doesnt mean hes old or washed up! Tired of people jumpin on and off the Favre bandwagon. I don’t wanna hear any of yall when he does really good in other games… pick a side and stick to it!

  31. By Robins on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    This is the worst officiating game since the New Orleans game last year. The cheap shot on Brett’s ankle was disgusting. They couldn’t win the game so between the refs and hurting Brett, they got the win. After the hit on the ankle Brett kept trying even in pain. What a warrior. I admire him for trying so hard. People need to get off his back. He is incredible. Drew Brees through four interceptions, Cutler through four, and they weren’t in pain, hobbling on one foot! Hang in there Brett! I hope you are better next week! I truly can’t stand the packer fans or the players. They disgust me.

  32. By Robins on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    If Percy had put both of his feet down and got the touchdown we would have won. That is not Brett’s fault. . Before that, right before the half, Randy pushed off before catching the ball, so instead of going for a touchdown, we got a penalty. That is not Brett’s fault. Loadholt grabbed a face mask and got a penalty that hurt us at the end. That was not Brett’s fault. Childress didn’t throw the flag when the packer got a touchdown that really wasn’t. That wasn’t Brett’s fault. Yet. everyone blames Brett. The refs were for the packers. That wasn’t Bretts fault either. It takes a whole team to win or lose. It is not all Brett’s fault.

  33. By tim keene on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    yes the interceptions were bad…. but you have more problems everybody should be talking about rogers was not touched once not at all…no pressure at all he had all day to pick them apart.. childress should look at all his problems instead off making unprofessionall commets about one guy football has and will always be a TEAM sport

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