...[a]nd then it happened.
Favre dropped back, rolled right, and heaved the ball an instant before being flatted from behind.
Somehow, Greg Lewis -- signed off the New England trash heap just before the start of the season -- jumped in the back of the end zone, got two feet down, hit the ground, and maintained possession.
Vikings win, 27-24.
And, in one game at the Metrodome, Favre delivered the kind of a miracle that Minnesotans haven't witnessed first-hand since Ahmad Rashad reached back and hauled in a Hail Mary from Tommy Kramer at the old Metropolitan Stadium in December 1980.