Given the offensive production, will Marty Schottenheimer refrain from going back to Flutie?
With thousands of Cheeseheads in the crowd of 64,978 chanting “Go, Pack, Go!” throughout the game, Favre, Ahman Green and kicker Ryan Longwell all set franchise records. The Chargers said last week that they’d much rather see Favre with the ball than Green, because the QB was playing his seventh game since breaking his right thumb. “I don’t blame them. I’m old and washed up,” Favre cracked afterward. “That doesn’t bother me.” What the Chargers got, though, was vintage Favre. He threw touch passes and he threw deep, and he even led the Packers (8-6) from behind against one of the NFL’s worst teams. Favre threw three of his TD passes in the fourth quarter after the Packers fell behind the Chargers (3-11). Favre was 23-of-33 for 278 yards. LaDainian Tomlinson gave the Chargers a 21-17 lead with a spectacular 68-yard catch-and-run with 12:10 to go, when he caught a short pass from Drew Brees and zigzagged through the secondary and into the open field. But Favre has considerable experience