Favre throw last second touchdown pass in Vikings' 27-24 win over San Francisco
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Brett Favre still has quite the winning touch.
Greg Lewis leaped for a 32-yard touchdown in the back of the end zone to lift Minnesota to a 27-24 victory over the stunned San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, keeping the Vikings (3-0) unbeaten.
An official review upheld Lewis's unbelievable catch with 2 seconds left, sending the sellout crowd into a frenzy. Some of the fans had already left after two unsuccessful possessions against a stingy 49ers defense. More of them booed during the second half as the offense struggled to move the ball and Favre's passes were off target.
But they were on at the end, during an 80-yard drive that in 87 seconds.
The Vikings got the ball back with 89 seconds left, and Favre completed six passes during the drive.
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