After the Vikings scored on a short touchdown pass from Brett Favre to Jeff Dugan, the Packers missed a great opportunity to challenge the play.
Dugan was going to the ground as he caught the ball and rumbled into the end zone. And when he struck the ground, Dugan lost the ball.
Though it took Dugan several steps to actually fall, he was never upright after making the catch. If the referee had agreed on review, the touchdown would have been taken off the board.
So the Packers should have thrown the red flag. Success would have given the Vikings a fourth down, and they likely would have taken the short field goal, which would have pushed the lead to seven.
Instead, the lead is 11. Though not insurmountable (especially with Aaron Rodgers just giving Vikings fans flashbacks to Steve Young circa 1988), those four points could ultimately make the difference.