Green Bay Packers defeat Minnesota Vikings, 28-24

Green Bay — The numbers were definitely not on the Green Bay Packers' side most of Sunday night, but in a game that often comes down to heart, resolve and sheer will, the only ones that mattered where those that signified a victory.

Down to just three healthy defensive linemen, unable to hold running back Adrian Peterson under 100 yards and within 20 yards of being victim to another Brett Favre comeback, the Packers defense dug in its heels and prevented the Minnesota V...

Green Bay — Brett Favre walked gingerly through the Minnesota Vikings' locker room Sunday night, favoring his left ankle and wincing with every step.

Some 30 minutes earlier, he had hobbled off the field in what was perhaps, maybe, possibly his final appearance at Lambeau Field.

And this time, it was Favre who had the last gaffe.

One year after a pair of nearly flawless performances against his former team, Favre was a different quarterback, throwing three ugly se...

Green Bay — Packers left tackle Chad Clifton might have held off Vikings defensive stud Jared Allen, but he really needs to work on his postgame bravado. It's so un-tweetable, so unfitting for a sound bite.

Clifton played a major role in Green Bay's 28-24 victory against nemesis Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings. The noise level of the crowd was deafening throughout the tunnels leading out of Lambeau Field long after the game ended.

It was a game that left everyo...

Green Bay — Brett Favre isn't invincible after all wearing a Minnesota Vikings uniform at Lambeau Field. The Green Bay Packers aren't finished, either.

What might have been Favre's final game in the city he brought so much glory for 16 years turned into a personal nightmare Sunday night when the Packers intercepted him three times in the second half to post a thrilling 28-24 victory over their border rivals.

"Excellent character win," coach Mike McCarthy said. "Defin...