On Friday night’s preseason game the Minnesota Vikings playing against the Kansas City Chiefs, predictably, a lot of fans and reporters were there mainly watching Brett Favre’s debut for the Vikings. However, what they saw was just only one completed pass in Favre’s eight plays.
The same fans who used to hate Favre when he was playing for Vikings’ rival the Green Bay Packers, welcomed Favre heartily with loud cheer. However, he did not play the important role in leading the Vikings to the 17-13 victory over the Chiefs. Favre played two series and went 1 for 4 for a whopping 4 yards. Then he ended the night with a jarring hit by Chiefs linebacker Corey Mays. The No. 4 brett favre jersey was pulled down and exposing his left shoulder pad.
It was Tarvaris Jackson who performed as a polished quarterback with 12 for 15 for 202 yards and two touchdowns. The guy who was supposed to take the job of starting quarterback before Favre came to the Vikings surely did not lose confidence and is still making effort to become the leading quarterback in the Vikings.