Minnesota Vikings QB Brett Favre threw three interceptions in a 28-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers. He's hurting physically and after the game his coach threw him under the bus wondering why he was going against the game plan. Oh, and he's in the midst of an NFL investigation.
It's been a rough week for Favre. He said on Sunday after the Packers downed the Vikings that he feels like he let everyone down.
"For me, it's devastating," Favre said. "I don't know how else to put it. I take a lot of pride in ownership in all phases of the game. When you have the ball in your hands . . . you just feel like you let everybody down."
With three picks in a tight game that's probably what Favre should feel like. The Vikings are now in serious trouble at 2-4 and much of the blame, particularly in this game, can be traced back to Favre.
SB Nation's Daily Norseman is talking about the game and, like any good set of fans, are confident that this thing isn't over yet.