MINNEAPOLIS (CBS/AP) Brett Favre faced a tough opponent Sunday when he led the Minnesota Vikings to a 24-21 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, but the 41-year-old quarterback will face another tough test in just a few days - NFL security officials.
Favre will meet with the league's security team on Tuesday to discuss allegations that he sent racy messages and x-rated photos to sports reporter Jenn Sterger.
"I don't expect anything...I'm concerned about the next game," Favre said after throwing for 118 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys. "I'll let that take its course."
Commissioner Roger Goodell said on Saturday that Favre will meet with a member of the league's security team this week. Favre is expected to face questions about allegations made in a report by the website Deadspin accusing the married Favre of pursuing Sterger with voicemails, text messages and lewd photos of his penis.
Sterger has not commented and the website acknowledges there is a possibility that the messages may not be from Favre.
Favre has not commented directly on the allegations, instead steering any questions about it back to the field.
His teammates say that they haven't sensed any lack of focus from their leader since the controversy first started swirling about 10 days ago.
"I see a guy who is out there and just focused," running back Adrian Peterson said. "He's fighting through adversity, on and off the field. He's a great leader out there and he is leading the team. He's making plays and he is doing his job well."
Favre continued to insist that the allegations have not been a distraction for him.