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NFL Network To Replay Vikings-Packers Game On Tuesday

Posted by Ryan Cardinal on October 25, 2010 – 5:00 pm

Fans can watch a replay of Sunday’s dramatic 28-24 loss to the Packers on NFL Network on Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. CST via NFL Network’s “NFL Replay” program.

“NFL Replay” offers an exclusive look at the previous week’s games in a condensed, 75-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage, including never-before-seen camera angles and coaches’ commentary, combined with exclusive wired sound from the field, locker rooms and sidelines, viewers will experience the game like never before.


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53 Responses to “NFL Network To Replay Vikings-Packers Game On Tuesday”

  1. By Warren on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Why would anyone want to go through the torture of watching Favre self destruct again????? This is a very depressing season and with so many of our supposed stars going through the motions, it’s very hard to watch! Jared Allen used to be my favorite Viking but his lack of hustle and grit is alarming and saddening. The Vikes are just not fun watching these days!

  2. By kevinwi on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Great…..just what I want to see again…..

  3. By Anton Puricelli on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    WHO CARES

  4. By Cor-XLVikings ! on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    torture again, let me go out and date the same woman i couldn’t stand the FIRST TIME ! this we are proud of ? com on man !

  5. By Jen on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Brett text me.

  6. By Cor-XLVikings ! on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    This season is DONE- ! childress-t.jack are both a joke !
    If ANY season ticket holder has ANY brains here how it goes for me AS ONE for next year ,,,,,,lower level seats 20.00 per seat per game,,, end zone-corner lower level 10.00 per seat, upper level side 15.00 per seat end zone and corner 10.00 per seat, anything row 15 and up 5.00 per seat per game. This is the proper charge for any AVERAGE AT BEST team if there is a season in 2011. If you pay more — you love to waist money ! PERIOD !!!!

  7. By Cor-XLVikings ! on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Celebrating 50 seasons of CHOKE ! – new marketing program !

  8. By Cor-XLVikings ! on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Warren, I agree, j.allen has a wife-no hair and no b—s , his wife holds them in her purse. This team is no fun to watch, over paid, and a big fat joke, i used to think all the talking heads on espn-nfl network just had it out for us, now i get they were right on the mark ! Every front office person, coach and player should be ashamed of the of the product on the field, this is supposed to be hard work entertainment- if this were a private business that had accountability there would be a ton of pink slips given out, but it is not, it is part of the EGO NFL. If these people had to go out and get a real job — they would be in line for airport vendor jobs ! DO YOU WANT TO SUPER SIZE THIS SIR ?

  9. By TWVIKE on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Jared is Pv$$y whipped, Brad Blows, and Zigi Zagi needs to quit smoking dope.

  10. By FloridaFan on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Favre didn’t self distruct. there were 29 interceptions thrown in 13 games on Sunday, Brett was not the only QB to have a bad day but brett was the only qb whose team could still win in the last 2 min of the game.

  11. By GB fan on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    ‘have to apologize for some of the BG fans boo-ing #4 – it is hard to see him in a purple uniform BUT he gave is many great memories and boo-ing a person (bad calls on plays is something else) is just plain bad sportsmanwhip – learned that way back in high school – sorry Brett.

  12. By Rick on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Cant blame it all on favre, Childress did not throw the red flag on a greenbay Touchdown that clearly was not a touchdown and the end of the first half there are 35 seconds and all your time outs and childress decides to let time run out. He needs to go, he is the worst at time management

  13. By PurplePeopleEater on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Did anybody get a look at the Giants – Cowboys game going into the half? 30 seconds left, 3 timeouts about 80 yards to the endzone and the Giants led by 1 point. Sounds familiar doesn’t it?

    BUT GUESS WHAT! The Giants didn’t lay down and crawl into the locker room with a small lead! They actually tried to expand the lead a little, even after Eli had already thrown 2 picks. It ended up in a FG and gave the Giants some confidence at the half….just think if we had the genius coaching that tries to score when the offense has a chance!

    And I never even thought much of the NY head coach, but it’s hard to not think every other HC in the league is a genius after watching Chilly last night.

  14. By purple08 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Lord Favre is Out!! WoooooHooooooo! It was only a matter of time. Bring on T-Jack! Thank god we are on the road against New England. Those terrible Vikings fans would boo Jackson out of the Metrodome as if it was his fault that Favre sucks! I love it how people dump on Packer fans for booing Brett now that he plays for another team but Vikings fans boo their own QB (T-Jack) and their own coach in their own building. THAT is truly disgusting and classless. Let’s hope all the Favre lovers will go away now that Favre is finished and stop blogging on this site. Oh…did I mention that Favre is out? Woooooooooooooo Hoooooooooooo!!!!!!!!1

  15. By PurplePeopleEater on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Don’t get too giddy just yet purple08. Favre refuses to quit regardless of any circomstances. I have an uneasy feeling we’ll be forced to watch him skrew things up for at least one more week, even if it means he’ll be taking snaps with a ski-boot on his left foot.

    The only other hope we have right now is that the Sexting scandal gets resolved and Goodell implies a suspension. By the sounds of it though, the Jets former employee/reporter or whatever she was refuses to talk, so unless Favre is unable to balance on one foot for 60 minutes by gametime, we’re in for another long night of people making excuses for #4.

  16. By arahn on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Purple08:
    Favre played half the game with two fractures in his ankle and was doing better than most QBs would do without fractures. Yes he threw some picks…I believed one happened when he got his ankle broke and a couple more after that…Wow! Refs had decided that game before the kick-off as evidenced by some blatant play calling.
    How about if the refs just come out and tell us that they are pulling for the other team before the game so we don’t have to play and then no-one has to get injured for a rigged game.

  17. By purplefavrefan on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    poor form, childress…not playing out the half…good grief, what are you afraid of? getting more points?? favre and moss, along with every fan watching was wondering wtf?? and nice to see that the refs are still dictating the game. it’s a wonder i still watch…but, i still believe and have hope…like my brother says, “maybe vegas will pick us to win this year…” lol

  18. By purplefavrefan on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    maybe we need a new O line coach…can we try to protect Favre a little more, please??

  19. By Rye on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Lets give T-Jack a shot. After all, he may have improved greatly since getting the Vikes to the playoffs in 2008 when Gus F. got hurt the final weeks of that season.

    T-Jack would give the vikings another threat. Speed at the qb and a strong arm that could get Randy the ball. He would be more mobile and could prolong plays.

    The season is far from over. The NFC North is still a tight race. In fact, if the Vikings can beat NE somehow next week, they have a good looking schedule and could win their next three. If that happens, they would most likely be leading the division at 6-5 after week 11. Even if they lose to NE, they may be tied at 5-5. The packers and bears will likely lose a couple of their games. The Pack have the Jets (L), Dallas (W), and the Vikes at home. (L).

    Time to see what T-Jack has. I’m excited to see if he has improved since the 2008 season after learning under Favre for over a year. I hope he plays next week.

  20. By moorevikes on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    purple 08 god i hope you’re right. can’t deny favre had a great season last year but after he skipped training camp AGAIN this year i was all for tjack or whoever. i posted the question, “anyone curious to see what jackson can do?” childress is always saying i put the players that give us the best chance to win on the field. do you mean to tell me that the 41 year old who skipped camp, always has something hurting, can’t move fast enough to avoid a sack so i’ll just chuck it up in the air and hope someone in purple comes down with it gives us the best chance, i’m no expert but i’ll go with ANYONE else. time to put up or shut up chilly do your job and bench his a-ss.

  21. By moorevikes on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    to everyone who says the shank td is what cost us the game yes it was a s=hitty call but we got a field goal out of it that is four point difference. game would only gone into overtime. i would much rather have the seven points back that favre gave them do the math 28-7=21. vikes 24 gb 21. brett cost us that game and about ohh 3 others. along with chilly’s p-iss poor game managment. say it with me chilly proper prior planning prevents p-ss poor performance

  22. By purple08 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    He did have a great year last year and a pretty good career. It is time to put the old horse with a broken leg down. Off to the glue factory Brett.

  23. By moorevikes on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    hey vike fans look at the bright side we could have a billion dollar stadium and the dream of playing in the superbowl in it this year and be on our way to a 1-5 start. sorry jerry jones no home field advantage sb this year.

  24. By moorevikes on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    08 the thing i hated most about chilly when tjack was the starter is he didn’t give him a chance. jackson didn’t have the confidence of his coach. he benched him after two games that i didn’t see was jackson’s fault (predictable play calling, recievers not catching the ball, ect.) here we are 6 games favre 10 ints., what 3-4 fumbles, can’t move and he might still play not to mention one fumble in the endzone and one pick six. h-ll there’s 14 points i would live to have back along with all the points off of the other turnovers

  25. By ddawg75 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    CHILDRESS IS AN ABSOLUTE FAILURE …. HE NEEDS TO GO NOW AND FRAISER NEEDS TO BE HIRED BEFORE WE REPEAT LETTING ANOTHER GREAT COACH GO LIKE WE DID WITH DUNGY. …. VIKES STILL GONNA WIN SUPER BOWL THIS YEAR!

  26. By purple08 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    MV, I have said that several times on this blog over the last couple of years. I just watched the Childress post game presser after I heard some people on here saying “how dare Childress blame Favre for this loss?” What a joke some of these Favre fans are. All Chilly stated was the obvious…If you don’t take care of the ball, you don’t win games. You cannot turn the ball over in those situations. Punting the ball is not the end of the world. Instead Lord Favre admirers choose to focus on a paltry 24 seconds left on the clock at the half. Yes, MAYBE we should have taken a shot but we had the lead and it really did not matter. All of a sudden people are commenting on how upset Moss was because he raised his hands in frustration. OOOH! Randy Moss is upset! This from a guy know around the league to give up on plays regularily and has walked off the feild like a baby before the game was over. When Favre plays within the system = 2 wins, when Favre plays his own way = 4 losses. Up yours Brett!!

  27. By FavreFan4 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Those of you blaming Favre are completely out of your minds! That man has no protection; the offensive line stinks! Do any of you actually watch the games. Favre is not sitting back there looking over the field and throwing picks; he is running for his life! Good luck T-Jack! If Favre doesn’t play another down for the Vikings you can kiss EVERY game on the schedule good-bye!

  28. By FavreFan4 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    purple08: IF YOU DON’T TAKE CARE OF THE QB, the QB is going to throw picks, I don’t care who is back there. Get real!

  29. By purple08 on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    Throw the ball out of bounds. You have the best RB in the league. This should be a run first team.

  30. By PAUL M. on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    WE’RE NOW IN THE EQUIVALENT OF THE “2nd QUARTER” OF OUR SEASON — SO IT AIN’T OVER YET.

    MY PERSONAL GRADES SO FAR:

    DEFENSE = B+ (BEST PLAYERS HAVE BEEN E.J. & CHAD WHILE OUR PEOPLE EATERS UP FRONT HAVE UNDERPERFORMED — I KNOW, WE LUV ‘EM SO MUCH THAT WE HATE TO SAY IT – BUT IT’S THE TRUTH)….

    SPECIAL TEAMS = B+ (PERCY IS A FREAK WHO ACTUALLY FORCED GREEN BAY TO REPEATEDLY SQUIB KICK — BETTER FOR THEM TO HAVE THE VIKINGS ON THE 40 THAN RISK A TD. THE UNIT LOSES FOCUS SOMETIMES THOUGH, SUCH AS THE 55 YARD KICK-OFF RETURN THE JETS HAD RIGHT AFTER WE SCORED 7)….

    OFFENSE = D+ (SELF EVIDENT, HOWEVER OUR BEST PLAYERS HAVE BEEN ADRIAN, PERCY & I’LL INCLUDE VISANTHE — IT’S NOT HIS FAULT THAT THE PLAY CALLERS HAVE NOT USED HIM MORE)….

    COACHING STAFF = C- (SPECIFICALLY OFFENSIVE LINE COACHING, GAME PLANNING & ALSO SCHEMING/ COACHING, LIKE BLITZ PICK-UP SCHEMES & TECHNIQUE AS WELL AS THE RECEIVERS BEING ON THE SAME PAGE WITH THE QB.)

    FRONT OFFICE = C (IN MY OPINION – GOOD DRAFT BUT BELOW AVERAGE PRE-SEASON PRO-ACTIVITY IN SHORING UP OUR O-LINE, INCLUDING CENTER, DEFENSIVE BACK FIELD, FUTURE QB SITUATION, AND WR- AFTER THEY REALIZED THAT SIDNEY WOULD BE OUT. ALSO, THEY FAILED TO ANTICIPATE HOW VULNERABLE WE WOULD BE ON 3rd DOWNS WITHOUT CHESTER TAYLOR & SPENT THE MONEY TO KEEP HIM.)

    IT AIN’T OVER YET, BUT THERE MIGHT BE A MAGIC NUMBER FOR THE WILD CARD SPOTS SOON.

  31. By PurplePeopleEater on Oct 25, 2010 | Reply

    To ALL the Jackson haters out there saying that he can’t possibly do any better than Favre has over the past 6-games:

    In his career, Jackson has not been given the luxury of the confidence from his head coach to start for an entire 16-game season. That alone would have given Jackson better stats as he would have been more comfortable with the offense around him. YET HE STILL has averaged a passer rating of 75.59 in the 20 starts he got in his first 3 years. That does not include the 2 games where he played well (better than that average) throwing more than 10 times but after somebody else got the start. And let’s not forget that Jackson’s ratings have improved every year that he has gotten a start.

    Meanwhile your Lord B Favre is averaging a rating of 71.27. Go ahead and remind us all that Favre was playing tougher teams, but that is a tough argument to prove. Regardless, Favre has been playing with better receivers. Jackson’s best choices in his 3 years were Berrian and Shiancoe. Favre has Harvin and Moss on top of them and still is performing worse.

    Remind that Favre fights to the bitter end and makes the game entertaining. I really don’t care. I don’t want that if it is going to cost us games. We have some amazing weapons on offense that should be enough to make any QB look spectacular. Jackson has improved in every year and only in his first year where he got 2 starts did he perform worse than Favre has to this point in the year.

    Let’s look at some other QBs in the NFL – Romo didn’t become a reliable starter until into his 4th year in the NFL; Brees’ ratings were below 80 until his 4th year; Eli Manning didn’t have a year with a rating higher than 80 until his 5th.
    Going back into history John Elway’s ratings broke the 80 mark only once in his first 10 years in the NFL; Steve Young’s first 2 years were under 70; Fran Tarkenton didn’t break the 80 mark until his 4th year and even Troy Aikman waited until his 3rd year to post a season over a pass rating of 70.

    That was just a list of some of the better known QBs across the NFL and its history. Jackson posted a rating of 95.4 in just his 3RD YEAR but nobody is giving him a chance! I’m not saying that I believe that he will be one of the greats some day, but with the support of historical stats there is no reason to believe that he can’t be a respectable starter in the NFL and there is ESPECIALLY no reason to believe that he can’t outperform Favre for the rest of the year.

  32. By scott on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Coach Childress I hope this find its way to you. Today is the first time I have ever sent a blog. Your lack of support for Brett and open airing of your frustrations to the media disappoints me greatly. A good coach never ever blames his players or criticizes publicly. How can you ask your players to keep their critical comments within the locker room if you aren’t doing it yourself. If you aren’t going to believe in them, then why should they believe in you. Brett Farve deserves better then you and Joe theismann. I would like to remind you that Brett tried to retire. But you didn’t want him to. You asked him, he didn’t ask you. You even went so deep as to send some of his team mates to his home to talk him into coming back. let’s keep in mind, even though Brett had some bad play’s, he had far more really good one’s. If you look at the stat’s you’ll notice that arron Rogers had a very similar day, but because he got the win, everyone is praising him and you are throwing Brett under the bus. Shame on you!! Let me also point out that with one correct call by the officials or one more foot down by percy and you & Joe Theismann would have been praising Brett for yet another come from behind heroic victory!!! Brett and your team deserves your undying support win or lose. You owe Brett and your team and apology. If you want them to follow you, lead by example!!!

    Disappointed coach

  33. By matt on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    I am what you would call a tarvaris Jackson hater, but I think ill be willing to give him the benefit of a doubt now. If he can truly take the vikings to the playoffs for the first time this year. I will take back all of the T joke comments i have made about him sense he became a viking. I really hope those t joke comments i made about him in the past are rubbed in my face proving me wrong. Go out there and show us how much you have grown, with a year and a half of learning from the legend.

  34. By Anton Puricelli on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    FUC YOU ALL

  35. By TWVIKE on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Look, If we go with T Jack, Brain-less Brad has to let him use his legs. TJ is alot like Vick in the way they play, strong arm and ability to run. Dont make him stand in there and take a pummeling. Let T Jack get us 1st downs and move the chains. We have to keep the ball in order to protect our defense. They cannot be on the field forever. Our pass rush is not getting there exposing a porous secondary. Now teams are dicovering they can run on us. Our D-Line needs to start getting sacks. Clocks ticking Chilly!!!!!

  36. By arahn on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    For the Favre haters ranting about Favre, remember that it was the Vikings team captains that went to his house and asked him to return while he was still recovering from his last season injuries — a beating he took in getting this time to the NFC championship game. Since his ankle is now broke I agree that T-Jack is our best hope (and I have never posted any hate for T-Jack or Chilly or any Viking for that matter) but Favre has given us much and so many “fans” repay him with spiteful blogs. Almost as bad (or maybe worse) than the packers fans booing him. I also was disgusted by Vikings fans for booing T-Jack at the dome… poor fan base support like this and LA is just waiting for their chance to grab the team.

  37. By tom on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Well, Viking fans, —- this is what we get when our coach, players, and organization goes out on their hands and knees and begs prima donnas like Favre and Moss to play for the team…..what a class-less act. We’re getting what we deserve

  38. By Justin on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    @arahn

    Favre’s ankle is fractured, not broken. Get it right next time.

  39. By arahn on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    @Justin

    Aren’t you splitting hairs? How much difference is there between a double fracture vs. a broken ankle? I think if you had a double fracture you might “slip” and say something like “I broke my ankle”. Get it right next time…

  40. By Robins on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    The officails now say the reverse on the Shiancoe touchdown was wrong. Watch the mistakes, Childress doesn’t challenge the packer touchdown that wasn’t one. Moss pushes off, Loadholt gets a face mask penalty, Percy comes down with one foot in instead of two. Now we know Brett played hard with two fractures in his foot, thanks to the packer who thought he couldn’t win with Brett well. I think everyone should be thanking Brett for fighting so hard like a warrior to win thie game for his team! The whole team played hard. We really won but the ref has to be a packer fan. So, don’t blame everything on Brett!

  41. By vikingreality check on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Why are you so incompetent, you obviously picked the wrong profession. But then again, you have successfully failed upwards

  42. By vikingreality check on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Question for Chilli: Why are you so incompetent, you obviously picked the wrong profession. But then again, you have successfully failed upwards

  43. By fire childress on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    why would anyone want to watch Chilly self-destruct again?

  44. By NJVikesFan on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    This Favrestuffis all BS. Play
    some freakin’ defense. Look at Pit -their defense stepped it up when BR was suspended and went 3-1 vs some strong teams. You tellin me that the Viking defense could do that? Not in a million years. Get off Favre’s back..he may make mistakes but he only won in GB when Reggie White came to town.

  45. By purplehaze on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    KILL ME NOW NFL NETWORK; C’MON MAN!

  46. By Bigfan1 on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    I can’t believe the refs not only admitted they were wrong about Shiancoe’s td after the game but they fined Chilly $35K for complaining about the bad call…sounds like the NFL is a autocratic regime…too bad the corporate execs are wimpy paper pushers who can’t take criticism. What is “pro” football really all about, sounds like policies and the ruling elite versus getting the game right…too bad.

  47. By TWVIKE on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Well if they admit being wrong they should add the 4 points to our score. Now we are tied, but wait a minute, sub tract the 7 from GB, we win. Nice job Chilly, way to pay attention.

  48. By purple08 on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    I can’t wait until Lord Favre is gone so all of you “temporary Vikings fans” can crawl back into the woodwork where you belong. Even if we lose with T-Jack it will be better than losing with Favre. I won’t have to read how you think Favre is some kind of heroic warrior who slays dragons and has the heart of a lion etc.. etc… etc… He gets paid 10 million dollars to play a game that we would play for the fun of it. He doesn’t give a s hit about you or your kids or honor or any of that BS you pretend to hold so high up on your list of what makes a man great. Stick your hero worship up your as s. Favre is no Viking…he is a Packer. Always has been and always will be. I hope he never plays another game for the Vikings. If the Vikings lose with T-Jack you will all be so predictable. You will come on here and whine (as usual) about how much better Favre is. If by some chance the Vikings win…it will not be because of T-Jack. You will find some other reason for the victory. This is why I feel Jackson is doomed. He will not get any credit and will take all the blame. Up yours Favre lovers. You call yourselves true Vikings fans but you are wrong. You are Favre fans. If Favre went back to Green Bay tomorrow, you can bet your a ss you would all be cheering for the Pack to destroy the Vikes. Bite Me you bunch of hipocrites.

  49. By arahn on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Purple08
    Nice Rant, Favre came here to play because we recruited him to. During training camp while he was relaxing at home the Vikings teams captains (are you going to say they aren’t ‘real Vikings’) went and asked him if he play one more year “for the team” so lay off on the hating. I’m sure we will get to see T-Jack in action real soon and I hope he is great … he may have even learned a few QB pointers from ol #4, ya’ think.

  50. By purple08 on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    I don’t think Brett will to much teaching. That is not his style. He is all about himself and himself only.

  51. By purplehaze on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    ‘CMON PURPLE 08, HE’S A GAMER TO A FAULT, WHICH MAY BE A PART OF THE PROBLEM AS WELL, HE WON’T QUIT EVEN IF CONVENTIONAL WISDOM TELL’S HIM OTHERWISE…

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