Fumbles cost the Vikings the game. Favre was just trying to make a play on the last interception. If the pass went incomplete, the chances of making the long field goal of 55-56 yards were slim to none. If Favre tried to run, he would have likely been stopped with maybe a 2-3 yard gain. Yes, it looked like he had room to run, but if you check out the replay, at least one defender had a clear bead on him. As you all know, players in the NFL are very fast and would've closed the gap quickly. Bottom line is that without a completion of significant yardage, the Vikings had little chance of making a field goal at 50 yds, plus. So Favre threw the ball into traffic and it was intercepted. Big deal. The Vikings were still in the game and had a chance to win it. The fumbles, on the other hand, were killers. No. 28 dropped the ball in the redzone which cost them a field goal and likely a TD. In addition, another running back fumbled away the ball at crunch time in the 2nd half deep in Vikings territory which cost them a TD. Folks, that's a 10-14 point turnaround which was easily the difference in the game. I thought Favre actually played very well, and the interception at the end of the game probably cost the Vikings 0 points as the kicker was not going to make the 50 yard field goal anyway. Ah, but Favre's white and the running backs are coal black, so let's just blame the white guy.