08-22-2009, 03:14 AM
MINNEAPOLIS | Brett Favre didn’t spend much time in Minnesota’s backfield, but when he did, the Chiefs let him know they weren’t intimidated. Kansas City brought an aggressive defensive approach to its second preseason game, a 17-13 loss Friday night against the Vikings. Favre, the occasionally retired quarterback, played the first two series and spent part of his time on the Metrodome’s artificial turf. The Chiefs didn’t sack Favre, or either of the Vikings’ two other passers, but linebackers Corey Mays and Tamba Hali took turns knocking down Favre in his limited appearance Friday.