Vikings coach Childress says Brett Favre has evulsion fracture and stress fracture on ankle

Could the Brett Favre game streak finally be over?

That’s a question that will be asked about a million times this week leading up to the Vikings Sunday matchup with the New England Patriots and Tom Brady. Favre hurt his ankle in Sunday night’s loss to the Packers in Green Bay, and was limping late in the game and also out of his post game press conference.

Today head coach Brad Childress told the media that Favre is in a walking boot, stating that he has an evulsion fracture and stress fracture. He said that right now Favre will not need a surgery, meaning of course there’s a shot he could go Sunday.

Now we just have to wait for the ESPN updates from Favre’s lawn, and the minute by minute updates to see if he’s going to play or not.

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