2004 NFC Wild Card Playoffs vs Vikings
In the 76-year history of post-season play in the NFL, no playoff team has ever produced a worse record over their final 10 games than the 2004 Minnesota Vikings. After starting the season 5-1, they win only three more times to stumble into the post-season with an 8-8 record. The Packers have already beaten them twice, and now they have the seemingly easy task of finishing them off at Lambeau Field. However, Favre throws four interceptions on his way to a 31-17 loss. Daunte Culpepper, who like Michael Vick two years earlier should have no business being on the same field with Favre, throws four touchdown passes and zero interceptions as Favre is shamed out of yet another post-season.
Daunte Culpepper had no business being on the field with Favre? Did this guy look at Daunte’s stats from 2004? Other than that bit of wanton absurdity, it’s a fantastic list. Fran Tarkenton approves.