Favre Also Up For ‘Never Say Never’ Moment Of The Week

Posted by Ryan Cardinal on November 9, 2010 – 7:25 pm

In addition to being up for the FedEx Air Player of the Week award on, QB Brett Favre is also nominated for the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Week.

To vote for Favre for that award, click here.

With perhaps their season on the line, the Vikings were down two touchdowns late in the game when they asked Favre to pull off the miracle. Once again, he delivered. In his 46th career comeback victory, Favre threw for 147 of his career-high 446 yards and two touchdowns in the final 4:39 of regulation and OT to help stun Arizona.

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64 Responses to “Favre Also Up For ‘Never Say Never’ Moment Of The Week”

  1. By Paul on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    What is so special about the win, they should’ve won this game with ease.

  2. By Robins on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Brett, with all of your injuries, and your age, you did what no one else could do! Congratulations! Everyone in the team really stepped and pulled this one off! Brett, Shiancoe, Adrian, Percy, Greg, Bernard, Jared,etc., etc., etc. The whole team played at the end like last year! keep it going guys! You still have it! Sidney, we missed you, but this week, everyone stepped up and wowed us! Congratulaions! Brett, I have never seen anyone fight so hard for his team! You are a great leader!

  3. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Great JOB — Favre you are truly deserving of the hall of fame accolades. What is with that negative first comment on this blog? No win in the NFL is easy. Cleveland at the bottom of the pack just beat the 6-1 Patriots and the defending Superbowl champs, the Saints. The Cardinals did make it to round two in the playoffs last year— LET US BE POSITIVE! TRUE FANS ARISE!! Shake this negativity off the blogs.

  4. By Jill on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    The difference this week is Favre ran the offense-there has been a problem with coaching for the last few years.

  5. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Enjoy the win, regardless of how it was done. It got done.

  6. By TW VIKE on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    INSANELY DELIRIOUS- What planet do you watch football on? URANUS?

  7. By Gary of ClovisNM on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Favre, with a bad ankle, a blow to the chin, and a bad elbow, You make Romo look like a candy A$$.

  8. By xxx on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    too bad favre is the interception king you wont win games like this all the time turning the ball over he just makes it harder on himself like I said he can lose games for us and win games for us so far he has done more bad than good but i’m a favre fan regardless but he needs to be more consistent.

  9. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    AWESOME BRETT– No other words for his performance– that was a comeback like few could orchestrate in today’s NFL– Can you say Brady? Manning? Brees?
    FAVRE is an elite quarterback– AWESOME –

  10. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    TW– that was funny. You better run along now and finish your ice cream.

  11. By The Childress Issue on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Thank you BE SANE & SERIOUS. Let’s stop analyzing this game and focus on the next one. The game isn’t about how many yards Brett threw for, or Cam’s strip; the only thing that matters is the final score and last time I checked, we won. I’ll take that win any day of the week.

  12. By Q on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    oh did wait he threw 2 picks this fact is being completely overlooked. I’m a straight up vikings fan but I hate favre no matter what he does he’s getting praise i’m sick of it

  13. By Steve on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    I will say it again…gratefull for being able to watch this guy play QB. All you sour face fans, stick it!!!

  14. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    YEAH- WIN OR LOSE– the negative comments keep flying. What is wrong with this picture? I have seen this for decades– every season I boldly declare we will win it all– and multitudes say to me, yeah, but we will choke. AND we do. ENOUGH!! ALL TRUE FANS ARISE!!! ANYONE WHO UNDERSTANDS TRUE COMMITMENT AND THAT ENCOURAGEMENT AND PRAISE MOTIVATES– get on board– we will take that train to Dallas. Call all your friends– let’s get enough positive comments on these blogs that the cancerous naysayers go hide in the dark. We have an AWESOME TEAM– we can do our run in the last half of the season instead of the first– everyone thinks we need to start so strong or there is no chance– well Brett brings the warrior and winner attitude we need–

  15. By Conner on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Hopefully your injuries heal quickly. THat their are more Sunday afternoons of watching you grin from ear to ear! You and your teammates can do some great things if everyone buys in going forward. Thanks for a fun and thrilling game Sunday!

  16. By lisa on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Great comback Favre!!!! BUT, let’s just skip the comeback part next week and go right for the slaughter.. There are some Bears fans around here really ticking me off, plus I don’t know how many more close games i can take.

  17. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    bring on the teddy bears

  18. By UBRETT-CHA on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    SKOL, VIKINGS!!!! Now THAT’S the team I know and love!!! Let’s carry the momemtum into the next game and grind up some bear meat!! GO, VIKINGS! WE LOVE OUR TEAM!!!!! Great job, fellas. Congrats to ALL!!!!!

  19. By soldier1986 on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Q get over yourself

  20. By Rogerthevikefan on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Wait what type of bear are they? I mean most bears are endangered so slaughtering them would be illegal. So how about beating them into submission then watch as they run and hide.

  21. By taser the refs on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    It is obvious obvious this team is great, despite the record. We can beat any team, but not when the refs have timely and biased calls. Calls like the cut block called tripping taking a TD off the board against the Steelers in the last minites and replacing ir with a pick 6 on the next play. Anyone see any calls like that lately or ever? It could only get worse if they allow scoreboard malfunctions dictate our losses.

    What about the interference call in the OT NFC Title game? When reviow happens, perhaps the league could allow challenges to any calls and allow us to reject participation of refs who own them, if not change the outcome at the time. The Loadholt mask was obviously the right call, but ss was Chilly Dog’s complaint. So we see they fine Chilly after the fact. Why not fire the refs? Because they are in it with them.

  22. By Frederick Jones on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Be Sane & Serious, Robins, We will pick up people to argue against the naysayers as the Vikings continue to win.

  23. By Frederick Jones on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    The trend seems to be for us to give 5 sentences of facts, with the naysayers response being an INANE comment based on nonsense or opinion.

  24. By Frederick Jones on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    BE SANE & SERIOUS, continue to BE.

  25. By Frederick Jones on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    I spent several minutes going back and forth between this blog and pro football reference to show the naysayers how Childress is actually ahead of 5 HALL OF FAMERS in percentage of victories. So I am thru responding to their questions for some time.

  26. By Frederick Jones on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    The response to my 5 Hall of Famers was the Wade “Whiskey” Phillips also had a great record.

  27. By Frederick Jones on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Wade was not given a chance in Dallas. Management talked about firing him BEFORE the last game. He was given no support. It’s not likely Garrett will do any better. History shows the replacement coach almost always does worse than who he replaced.

  28. By Frederick Jones on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Like I said before, the Naysayers response to THE MANY blogs I put out, was to give 12 word INANE comments that a 3rd grader could give. They are not dumb, they just do not want to take the time to give a good argument. Naysayers just take what you give and try to be funny with Inane comments. I’ve only seen 2 or 3 comments by the naysayers that made any difference.

  29. By Bruce on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Q, I’m sick of fake viking fans like yourself. Favre threw 2 picks but the one by the end zone was CLEARLY NOT HIS FAULT! Mckinney who has a very important blocking assignment, QB’s blind side, let his guy through because he faked out Mckinney and the defender hit Favre as he was throwing the ball. The ball never even made it to where it was suppose to go. The other pick was Favr’e fault because he didn’t see the defender coming across. So then Brett moves the team down the field and scores 14 points in less than 5 minutes plus the overtime winning score. He did a h e l l of a job and you praise people when they do a great job. Enuff said!

  30. By Jake on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Great job vikes! focus on the bears! HHHUUUGGGGGEEEE division game for us.~!!! we need a quick chop to the throat to give us an edge…… maybe an onside opening kick? they would never expect a gutsy call like that when chilly is fighting for his job… what do u think?

  31. By Jake on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Frazier…. you blitzed a couple times with RESULTS!!! you lit the fire, now turn up the heat and cut those guys loose!!! I want to see cutler on the sideline crying like a baby!!!!!!whoooooooo hoooooooooo skol vikes!

  32. By surfer boy on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    these whiners are the type of people that live miserably. They are glass half empty type people. Sad for them. Rice is coming back, and I hope that the whiners on here find another team, cause you will be back on the bandwagon once we dominate here down the road. Your whining has been heard now go let your voice be heard on some chat line for weenies.

  33. By arahn on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Taser Refs:
    I agree it’s sick to watch refs (it only takes one ref on the ref squad) throw games. It takes just a couple of ‘timely’ bad calls. The opponents may say some garbage like “they called penalties on us too” but often it is legitimate and not game changing and obviously bad calls. LIke the packers game last time or the Saints game of the playoffs etc. When the NFL reviews these obviously bad calls these dirty refs need to be fired. Some make the point that a team can just play harder but in close match that is a lot to ask when the ref came determine the outcome.

  34. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    another perspective on this coach:

    Former Vikings beat writer Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times, who now covers the Bears, writes in advance of Sunday’s game between the two teams that the Vikings remain chilly toward Childress.

    “We know that Childress doesn’t have our backs, so why should we have his?” one player told Jensen. “We’re playing for us, and we’re winning despite him.”

    “He has absolutely no people skills,” another team source said regarding Childress.

    Per Jensen, Childress’ post-game rip of quarterback Brett Favre following a narrow loss to the Packers pi s sed off more players than Favre. “For a lot of guys, that was a turning point,” an unnamed player told Jensen.

  35. By Londonx on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply


  36. By arahn on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    No question, Favre is the toughest, most determined elite QB to play the game. How anyone can hate him is beyond me.

  37. By Stoney on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    ARAHN/LONDONX, you guys are RIGHT ON, love to watch Brett play. If the whole team had his heart we would be superbowl champs!

  38. By 50yearVikingfan on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Way to go Brett. I’ve watched you for many years and you never cease to amaze me. Let’s keep the momentum going and win in Chicago. We need to start winning games on the road.

  39. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Rocksalt stop trying to melt the team chemistry– take the negativity to your closet.

  40. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    How is my posting of evidence of player discontent effecting team chemistry?……It appears that Brad has already been doing that for a few years…..
    Or should we just ignore what is already a significant issue percolating amongst players and the head coach?
    BSS-Go and stick your head in the sand, but this problem will not go away simjply because you choose to ignore it……

  41. By soldier1986 on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    be sane and serious rocksalt is just stating the truth. im not trying argue with you man. but its just the truth. yeah childress has a decent record. cool. but if you dont have the respect from your players, then it doesnt matter how many wins you have. childress just does not give respect, so why should they? that was even quoted from one of the players. like i said man im not tryig to argue with you. but i honestly think thats what the problem is this year with the lack of motivation and poor performance. and it took brett favre once again to light a fire under there @ss to get things going. he even got the defense going. the players responded to favre. favre knows what he’s doing and he has the respect from all the players. interception or td it doesnt matter. because they respect him. thats what it all comes down too man. childress needs to go and i guarntee you things will go back to what they were

  42. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Here is how life works– there are problems, trials, and tribulations– many call them facts. Many want to focus on them. Here is how you overcome– you focus on the solutions. Whining and complaining only exacerbates the problem. It is similar to the driving instructors who tell their students to focus on the road and not the ditch, because where your focus is, that is where your destination lies.
    No one is sticking their head in the sand, nor denying the problems. We know there are problems, keep reiterating what is wrong, and you get more of the same.
    IS THERE ANYONE SANE ON THESE BOARDS that know of what I speak? I know off these boards, the most successful people in every career arena know exactly what I am talkin’ about!

  43. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Correct me if I am wrong , but you suggest that real solutions only come from those who are in agreement with you.those who are not, you refer to as Naysayers and Whiners……
    What I think I disagree the most with you about, is your mantra of “keeping everything positve and non-critical…….you even go so far as to suggest that only thinking and expressing positive feedback, statements, will somehow have a significant impact on the teams performance, that we as bloggers, should not ever dare to criticize things, even though there appears to be good cause to do so.
    Unless I am mistaken, it seems that your whole attitude suggests that your way of expressing yourself is the only right and true way……..and I find that insulting.
    These blog sites do not need you to assume the role of hall monitor……Fans should have the right to express themselves as they see fit…..true, some forms may go too far, or be insulting, but the majority can weigh in as to whether such things go beyond the implicit community standards of the bloggers.
    You also , refer to the many outraged bloggers expressions as “mob rule”……sometimes, if everyon sees this in one way, and only a few see it differently, then the majority wins out, or at least forms some type of consensus…….we do live by standards within the community that are by consensus……
    Perhaps you are way beyond all of us who see the issues with this coach ….but perhaps this coach does not possess the necessary leadership skills, triats that we all know and can recognize, especially whaen such things appear to be absent.

  44. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Rocksalt, I never said to not use critical judgment, quite contrary, in fact one has to use analysis to diagnose a problem for proper solutions to be executed. As for being hall monitor, you cannot tell me what I can or cannot blog, lest you fill that position yourself– is that not true? You simplify what I say and do not understand. Partly, I am to blame for that, obviously, but maybe you have been around positive smiling thinkers who avoid problems– not at all where I am coming from. I am practical and a realist. We want to win– we have had a lot of problems this year– one is the coaching– and having millions of fans screaming for his head does not solve the problem– so stop already.

  45. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Did you get that? Be Sane is telling us all how life works

  46. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    I have never told you what you can or cannot blog……..I have just disagreed with you………apparently I am not alone in that………
    You have told me to stop. I shall not.

  47. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Rocksalt, this statement of yours implies that what I have been posting should not be posted:

    These blog sites do not need you to assume the role of hall monitor
    If what I am writing appears to you as monitoring the site, than you are saying I cannot post as I have.

  48. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply


    I have no quarrel with you– do not let rocksalt influence you– rocksalt is just trying to create division– a classic tactic on the battefield. You seem like a decent young man and hats off to you for defending our country.

  49. By BE SANE & SERIOUS on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Besides, hall monitor? What is that rocksalt? Reminds me of high school. You really are just a kid. Ha ha, hee hee hee.

  50. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    I think you would make a great hall monitor……

  51. By NovaScotiaVike on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    BSAS, keep defending this clown, no matter what the players think !

  52. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Did you bring your hall pass?

  53. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    BSS What your problem with driving in the ditch?

  54. By NovaScotiaVike on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Fred, take your stats and BSAS’s blind faith into the Vike’s dressing room, convince them that they are wrong and you are right, put on the pads and get rid of everyone who doesn’t support Chili. You will then be snapping the ball to Fred and he will have nobody to throw to.

  55. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    HAHAHAHA! Good one Nova!
    Dude- I hope you remembered your hall pass……otherwise BSAS will write us up for detention……..

  56. By NovaScotiaVike on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    I waived my hall pass.

  57. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    BSAS feels the need to alert you to
    a “classic tactic on the battlefield…”

  58. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Maybe childress will waive Peppers!

  59. By NovaScotiaVike on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    In North Africa, a classic battlefield move was to bring in another General.

  60. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Looks like BSAS has waived himself off the blog……

  61. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    to fllank the enemy?

  62. By rocksalt on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    Nova- to the Peterson selected bolg with all good speed!

  63. By NovaScotiaVike on Nov 10, 2010 | Reply

    I just joined this blog,and the word “naysayer” keeps being used. Unfortunately, it seems that most of the naysayers are Viking players! Who can blame them? their coach hates half of them! he is a gutless puke! why can’t people see this?

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