GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- In an otherwise ugly performance, Brett Favre mustered just enough late-game magic to leave Lambeau Field a winner again.
Who knows if he'll back for more?
Favre set up a game-winning 44-yard field goal by Dave Rayner with less than two minutes left to help the Green Bay Packers beat the Minnesota Vikings 9-7 last night.
Rayner's kick gave Favre his 36th career fourth-quarter comeback victory -- and first in more than a year.
Victories aside, Favre's last two games at Lambeau Field this year -- and maybe his last ever here -- were forgettable. He hasn't thrown a touchdown pass, leaving him still eight short of Dan Marino's record of 420. And he's tossed five interceptions while completing 53 percent of his passes.
Favre held the ball aloft at the final gun, hugging his former teammates and saluting his family in a skybox as well as the fans surrounding the tunnel to the locker room.