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Through the years, Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings have turned to the Detroit Lions for comfort when things weren't going their way.
Officials say they're moving as quickly and safely as possible to repair the snow-punctured roof at the Minnesota Vikings' stadium.
The New York Giants took advantage of Brett Favre standing on the sideline as Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw had long runs in a 21-3 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.
Connecticut's attorney general wants football fans in his state to be able to watch the game between the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants.
The New York Jets trainer who tripped a Miami Dolphins player on the sideline during a game Sunday appeared to hold back tears as he apologized for his "inexcusable and irresponsible" actions.
Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby took a swipe at New York Jets coach Rex Ryan after learning that a Jets' assistant tripped one of his teammates during Sunday's game.
When Brent Stanton heard free tickets were going to be given away for the New York Giants-Minnesota Vikings game, he drove 10 hours on "awful roads" from Milwaukee to Detroit to get some.
With a late-season game on the line, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers exits with a concussion and doesn't return. Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Derek Anderson sit out games altogether because of head injuries.
Brett Favre is getting help from the Minnesota Vikings' medical staff, the athletic trainers and perhaps even the weather gods as he tries to keep his incredible consecutive starts record going.