Favre throws a touchdown pass with two seconds; Vikings 3-0 for the first time in six years
The Minnesota Vikings kept their one-game lead in the NFC North Division with a 27-24 come from behind win over San Francisco.
Brett Favre threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Greg Lewis with two seconds left, as the Vikings are 3-0 for the first time since 2003.
Favre had 301 passing yards with two scores and one interception. Percy Harvin returned a kick-off 101 yards for a touchdown.
The Chicago Bears are tied with the Packers for second place in the division at 2-1. That's after the Bears won at Seattle 25-19. Devin Hester scored the winning touchdown on a 36-yard catch with less than two minutes to go. It was one of three Jay Cutler scoring passes.
The Detroit Lions ended their 19-game losing streak with a 19-14 home win over Washington.
The Lions took a 13-nothing halftime lead, and hung on from there. Detroit rookie quarterback Matthew Stafford threw for 241 yards and a touchdown.
Kevin Smith rushed for 101 yards before leaving late in the third quarter with an injured right shoulder.
The Lions' 19-game futility streak was tied for the second-longest in NFL history.