Fartve knocked out of game
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre says he has a sprained throwing shoulder and that it's too early to tell if he will make his 298th consecutive regular season start next week.
The 41-year-old was crushed by Buffalo Bills linebacker Arthur Moats on his first pass play of the game against Buffalo on Sunday, a pass that was intercepted by Drayton Florence.
Favre was slow to get up and staggered to the sidelines. He was replaced by Tarvaris Jackson on the next series. Favre says he couldn't throw and was unable to return to the game.
Jackson threw for 187 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in Minnesota's 38-14 victory over the Bills.
Favre extended his NFL record by starting his 297th straight regular season game, but lasted only three plays.