There have been a lot of Favre passes throughout his time with the Packers that could be considered “most memorable.” There are a ton of passes that had me on the edge of my seat or caused me to jump up in excitement.
However, there was one pass that, for me, was more memorable than the others.
The Packers trailed the Lions 24-21 with 2 minutes and 26 seconds left in the game. Favre scrambled to his left and threw back to his right to a wide open Sterling Sharpe in the endzone. The Packers advanced to the second round of the playoffs for the first time (in a non-strike season) since 1967.
It was this pass that solidified in my mind that the Packers had risen out of the doldrums and become a contender once again.
What about you? What was your most memorable Brett Favre play?