After the game, Brad Childress went off on his quarterback Brett Favre in a postgame press conference.
It is widely known that Favre and Childress haven't been on the same page with regards to the execution of the Vikings offense, and Childress let that be known after the game.
"It still goes back to taking care of the football," Childress told the media after the game. "You can't throw it to them. They have to play within the confines of our system....you can't give seven points going the other way, not in a game like this."
Childress is referring to the three interceptions Favre threw, now bringing his season total to 10—after throwing just seven picks all last season.
When asked about Childress' remarks, Favre stated that he couldn't disagree with him.
Favre looked completely dejected and unexcited about playing football. You can't really blame him at this point, especially when you see him hobbling off of the podium with the assistance of several members of the media.
With all of the controversy surrounding Favre and the Jenn Sterger scandal, this was definitely not the time or place to add insult to injury, in what is already a very distracted Minnesota locker room.
Reports surfaced yesterday that Favre did admit to leaving voicemails to Sterger, but denied sending inappropriate photos her her.
Now, Sterger's team of former FBI officials are investigating the New York Jets to determine how Favre initially received her phone number.