Win Tickets To See Favre Come Out Of The Tunnel

Want to see Brett Favre make his historic walk out of the tunnel after his retirement ceremony? Enter to win tickets to see the Ol' Gunslinger make the stroll compliments of Cheesehead TV.

How would you like to win one of two sets of 4 tickets for the Lambeau Favre HOF ceremony as the Ol' Gunslinger makes the walk out of the tunnel and on to Lambeau Field?

How would you like these seats?

One set is Section 131 Row 23 - first row above the tunnel where Favre will walk out from, the other is Section 135, Row 2 right next to the tunnel.

Entering is simple. Write your favorite Brett Favre memory in the comment section, and we'll randomly pick two people (make sure your contact info is correct) to hit Lambeau Field.

This contest ends on July 15th, at midnight. Winner will be emailed tickets. Tickets are printable or scannable via smartphone. 

Everyone is eligible to win, but we would prefer Vikings fans didn't enter. Random or not, it's just not right. 

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StvHld's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:17 am

Has to be Super Bowl XXXI. I'll never forget the iconic view of him running off the field with his helmet held high in the air after throwing a TD pass to Andre Rison!

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:19 am

Not eligible, but there are two times that trump all others for me and Favre. Or, the two times I exploded in excitement the most.

1. Touchdown to Rison.
2. Interception to the Saints in the NFC Championship.

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Evan's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:20 am

Running down the field in Super Bowl 31 holding his helmet in the air after the long TD to Rison.

That or every time he did that weird gun/holster/shoulder pad handshake thing.

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Justin DeLany's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:22 am

My favorite is the last game played at county stadium. My father, grandfather, and I were sitting directly underneath the large speakers in the top row. Watching Favre run for the touchdown with 14 seconds left wll forever be entrenched as my favorite. I was 12 years old.

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Evan's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:22 am

Looks like we're all on the same page so far...ha

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Abedz268's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:23 am

One of my fondest memories growing up with Favre behind center was the game versus the Denver Broncos in 2007.
(http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/30/sports/30iht-football30.8111717.html?_r=0)

I remember I was about 16 years old and I was on the phone with one of my best friends from high school ready to tear my hair out that we were going into overtime and that we shouldn't even be in this situation. He just kept telling me don't worry man we have Favre hes got this. I just refuted back his lofty triple team coverage deep throws that surely would result in a interception.... Then it happened. Mid sentence I bit my tongue as Favre heaved a 80 yard rainbow to Jennings for the overtime winning touchdown first quarter first drive, on one of the best corners at the time - Champ Bailey, that moment sealed the deal on how truly majestic Favre was for me since I really was too young to remember the super bowl eras. Green Bay exploded in that moment and the community came together proclaiming Favre as the greatest QB and even my stubbornness couldn't play devils advocate any longer.

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:26 am

That game was awesome.

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Dan Deicher's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:30 am

I took my son to his first ever game about 15 or so years ago. He was about 9. A night game. After the game, we sat around by player parking and waited for autograph chances. It was snowing and sleeting and my son slipped off of a curb by the fence and his bag of merch went all over the place. Brett Favre got out of his white pickup truck as he was leaving the area ...helped my son up....saw his stuff on the ground and GAVE him a $50 bill from his wallet. Whole thing lasted 5 minutes. Fastest I have had tears in a long time. Thanks for the chance to comment.

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jtpack1's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:50 am

December 22nd, 2003 the day after his father died, after having the best 1st half in his career, watching Brett Favre hug his wife in the 4th quarter with tears coming down before leaving for Mississippi for his fathers funeral was a moment that should be etched in everyone's memory as it is in mine. Right from the start I remember feeling the goosebumps after watching an ovation of respect from a normally vicious Raider crowd when he was announced as the starting quarterback.
This day is the day I will remember as Brett Favres true love and passion for the game and for Greenbay.

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JerseyAl's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:52 am

Also not eligible, but it has to be his underhanded, backhanded toss while falling down to Donald Lee during the Seattle Snow Globe game at Lambeau Field. Mostly because I was there, i guess. Otherwise it was the Monday night game vs/ Oakland.

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Pack88's picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:54 am

My favorite memory is the early Favre that threw a TD pass between 3 defenders for a TD. He ruined the game by having three turnovers but until Aaron Rodgers came along the most accurate pass I ever saw!

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FITZCORE1252's picture

July 09, 2015 at 12:10 pm

Gotta be the dong pic. No better proof that the guy is just a bro.

Oh, @ Oakland, MNF after big Irv passed is a close second for me.

I'm sure I will win, but just give them to the second place entry. Thanks.

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RCPackerFan's picture

July 09, 2015 at 12:16 pm

On of my favorite memory's of Favre is the Superbowl TD to Rison when he is running across the field with his helmet off. Just reminding us how fun the game actually is.

Another favorite was the Raiders game after his father passed away. I really don't remember any other game in which it felt like the QB was perfect. Everything he threw seemed to find his WR's.

As for Favre himself the biggest thing I I think of him was how tough he was. He was a great player, but his toughness is the first thing I think of him. I remember Sapp sacking him and Favre getting right back up and in his face. Or after a handoff Favre was out front blocking. Those are the things I remember most.

So many good memories.

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July 09, 2015 at 12:30 pm

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J0hn Denver's Gavel's picture

July 09, 2015 at 12:26 pm

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=1894259

One of my favs has to be the concussion TD.

Or how about the 82 yd TD pass to GJ vs Denver 2007 playoff game- 1st play of OT?

Or the 99 yd TD pass to Robert Brooks in Chicago?

I could list many, many more. Most entertaining football player ever to live, imo.

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FITZCORE1252's picture

July 09, 2015 at 12:42 pm

That TD at Denver was so good. First play of OT.

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FITZCORE1252's picture

July 09, 2015 at 12:45 pm

Sept. 20, 1992. The 35 yard, game winner to Kitrick Taylor... That's where the legend started.

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July 09, 2015 at 12:47 pm

Has to be the Monday night game December 22 2003. Brett played the raiders the day after his fathers passing. He threw for almost 400 yards and 4 touchdowns in a 41-7 victory.

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flamingbagofpoo's picture

July 09, 2015 at 12:50 pm

The game after his father's death was my favorite memory. What a moment of strength

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jdesmith's picture

July 09, 2015 at 01:11 pm

Top Favre moments, in no particular order: running off the field after throwing the TD to Rison in the Super Bowl, the 4 touchdown game against Oakland after his dad passed away, his one and only Lambeau leap, throwing a TD against the Steelers immediately after puking on the sidelines following a vicious hit, owning the Bears his entire career.

P.S. If I win, I will not donate my tickets to charity. I will bring my family and together we will drink a keg of wisco disco

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

July 17, 2015 at 03:11 pm

Congrats! You were picked as the secondary winner as one winner did not claim the tickets. Check your registered email!

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DrealynWilliams's picture

July 09, 2015 at 01:34 pm

=( I'm way down in Texas

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jdesmith's picture

July 09, 2015 at 01:42 pm

Oops. I swear I didn't do that on purpose, but maybe that is the strategy...

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Rdawg906's picture

July 09, 2015 at 02:24 pm

"You think God never farted?"

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Stacey Shaffer's picture

July 09, 2015 at 02:26 pm

It was my Grandparents 50th wedding anniversary. My Uncle exchanged favors with Red, the equipment manager. We got a personal tour of Lambeau...including the locker room. While my Aunt is snapping my picture in front of bretts locker, she suddenly stops as if she seen a ghost. Better yet it was Favre, with his youngest daughter. We all stood there like a deer in the headlights, no one could muster a word. Except me. I wasn't about to let this once in a lifetime chance get away from me. I raised my hand, not sure why, and said hey Brett...he replied, hey, how's it goin? And then he was gone as he continued on. We respected he was with his daughter, so we didn't dare ask for photos or autographs...in my mind, I met Brett Favre. My life is complete. The Pack went on to beat the Saints 52-3. Best weekend of my life. Would love to watch my hero claim his prize. Truly, I would. And ever so grateful.

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macpac's picture

July 09, 2015 at 02:39 pm

Packers vs Lions at Detroit in 1st round play-off game Jan 8, 1994. Packers down 24-21 late in game. Favre throws spectacular 40 yard TD to Sterling Sharp to take lead and win game.

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4thand1's picture

July 09, 2015 at 09:15 pm

One of mine too. I work with mostly Lion fans.

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Trailmix's picture

July 09, 2015 at 02:47 pm

What I'm assuming will be my favorite memory is his Packer hall of fame induction.

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LeagueObsrvr's picture

July 09, 2015 at 03:37 pm

For me there were two of them. The first was the game in 1992 against Cincinnati when he threw that game winning TD pass to Kitrick Taylor. I'll never forget the stadium went berserk and Favre standing there with his arms up and helmet off in jubilation. That's when I knew he was going to be a good quarterback. The second one was the following year in a playoff game against the Detroit Lions. He heaves the ball to Sterling Sharpe with :55 seconds left to win the game. I was so excited and it was such a magical moment. There are so many great memories, but those two will always stick out in my mind.

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talkred's picture

July 09, 2015 at 04:15 pm

Born outside Green Bay, in a little town called Menasha I have been a Packer fan for life. I just liked the way Brett played with the gunslinger mentality and left everything on the field a true competitor. With Brett in the game you always knew you had a chance to win.

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Booner's picture

July 09, 2015 at 05:15 pm

Brett shredding the Raiders the same week that his father had just passed away. Bret said Irv would of told him to get your butt out there and play! History will prove Brett Farve out to be one of the toughest players to ever play the game.

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Andrew21's picture

July 09, 2015 at 06:16 pm

My favorite memory was my first Packers game I saw in person. It was against the Vikings at the metrodome December 26th 2004. The game was to decide the NFC North champion and in a classic Favre fashion we needed a come from behind victory. Down 7 points in the 4th quarter of a high scoring back and forth game, Favre not only led a touchdown tying drive, but a drive to set up Ryan Longwell for the game winning field goal at the end of regulation. It was the only game I saw in person with Favre at qb and it was one I will never forget!

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ColbyJack's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:03 pm

It had to be when he met "Mr. Miyagi" (of "Karate Kid" fame) on the field, and saw the replay on the Jumbotron!

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Debbie Harmes's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:09 pm

My favorite memory is the Monday night game against the Oakland Raiders after his father passed away, Brett was phenomenal that game!

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July 09, 2015 at 07:09 pm

There are so many but winning the super bowl was the best by far!

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Chris Williams's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:13 pm

Brett's fireman carry of Greg Jennings after his record breaking 421st touchdown pass. The touchdown pass was nice and all, but the fireman carry is what seals the deal!

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July 09, 2015 at 07:15 pm

The game after his Dad passaway. Best game ever!

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Lambeau Lheep's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:18 pm

Brett taught me how to be a man...since my dad was never around :(

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gottasend's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:33 pm

My favorite memory of Brett Farve isn't an actual play. It is how he always sold the pass fake no matter what the play call was! Who could forget his contagious smile during the game. It was there a lot of the time, even as he picked himself up after a sack. He always seemed to love the game!

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James Minott's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:34 pm

The Moment He Put On A Lights Out Performance On Monday Night Against Oakland When His Father Passed Away...To See That He Was Hurting But Went Out & Played Like It Was The Last Time His Father Would See Him Play Just To See The Support Of His Wife In The Crowd & His Teamates They Gave Everything They Could For Him They Played That Game Like The World Was Going To End That Passion & Dedication To Play With A Heavy Heart I Remember Crying Myself As If It Was Me That Performance Showed Me What Love For The Game & Your Fellow Man Is All About Love You Brett Forever The G.O.A.T

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JerseyAl's picture

July 10, 2015 at 09:28 am

how does one capitalize every word in a sentence?

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Corey Friedrich's picture

July 11, 2015 at 06:32 am

Very carefully lol

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Ankit Jain's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:49 pm

Lots of great submissions here but I'm going to go with the Antonio Freeman catch on MNF in 2000.

This was the first time my dad let me stay up on a school night to watch an entire game so that'll always be special. Yes, Freeman made one of the most memorable plays in Packers history but Favre going deep off his back foot on 3rd down in OT is classic #4.

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July 09, 2015 at 07:52 pm

Definitely the Monday Night game vs. Oakland after his dad died. The passion he played with that night was incredible. Just an overall amazing game after such a huge loss. Every single player and every single fan felt that loss that night, and for him to still go out and play is a testament of his dedication and strength. It made me love him that much more.

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tepperhart's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:53 pm

I don't have one memory I have lots. I enjoyed watching him play. He had so much passion for the game and enjoyed every moment. He really loved to play football. I have spent a lot time watching the Packers with my grandpa and my dad. He made watching Green Bay Football fun. I have been a fan my whole life and would love to watch him walk out of the tunnel one last with my dad and brother. He will always be a big part of the Green Bay Packers and I'm glad I got watch him make history.

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weileycoyote's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:54 pm

There are so many good memories of Brett. Two of my
favorite games were the Monday night game vrs the Raiders, the day after his father died.
The other one would have to be the playoff game against Seattle, first play into overtime, and Brett unleashes an 82 yard bomb to Greg Jennings. It
will be great to see Brett one last time, and to go to Lambeau field for the FIRST TIME!!!!!

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James Lewis's picture

July 09, 2015 at 07:56 pm

My favorite moment has to be the Monday Night game against the Oakland Raiders he played with so much passion and heart I know his dad would have been proud of him with the way he carried himself and played. It was so inspiring and seemed magical at times, it made me realize I wanted to be a Packers fan forever.

Thank You Brett Favre

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July 09, 2015 at 09:07 pm

I don't have a favorite memory just yet.... But I suspect my favorite memory WILL be seeing Favre coming out of the tunnel and being right there to see it!!!!!!!

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Kdp6377's picture

July 09, 2015 at 09:07 pm

I don't have a favorite memory just yet.... But I suspect my favorite memory WILL be seeing Favre coming out of the tunnel and being right there to see it!!!!!!!

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Tonya Rolla's picture

July 09, 2015 at 09:16 pm

When we won the supperbowl when favre was the qb

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Tommy Phillips's picture

July 09, 2015 at 09:17 pm

Week 3, 1999. He threw a TD pass on 4th down with the clock running out to bring the Packers back from down 20-16 to beat the Vikings 23-20. The sheer madness of the Packers scrambling to the line to get the play off, and then Favre throwing the TD to Corey Bradford.

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July 09, 2015 at 09:17 pm

There were no boys in my family.....there were only 3 girls......I watched/listened to Green Bay Packer Football with my Dad in the Glory years of the 60's so I would have something in common with him. Later in life I had 2 boys....and I made that connection with them as I had with my Dad.....as their Mom, I watched Packer football with my boys. We went through a long spell of not winning during the 80's and early 90's.....then Brett came along. We laughed with him, we cheered with him, we cried with him, we threw things at the TV because of him.....but oh the memories I have with my boys. 4Ever Cherished.......

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Packfan1979's picture

July 09, 2015 at 09:46 pm

No doubt in my mind, it was the December 2003 game right after his father died. I was a South Dakota girl who had recently married a Wisconsin born and raised guy, and prior to 2002, I knew very little about football or the Packers. I vividly Remember watching this game with my new husband and instantly becoming a huge fan of Favre and the Packers--incredibly gritty, strong, emotional performance on the field by #4 that left me in tears and made a new fan out of me! thanks to Favre and his game that night, I am now a bona-fide obsessive Packers fan--I would give anything to be at this game!

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Indygirl412's picture

July 09, 2015 at 10:17 pm

When it comes to Favre it not about a moment it's about the man. He entered the field like a soldier enters the battle field. He put his heart and soul into each and every game and after he left Green Bay he continued to put his heart and soul into every game. He never said I can't do this today. He persevered and stood along side his teammates until the end, no matter what, just like a soldier does. And that is why today, football fans everywhere still respect the man and the player. It's why I am a fan of Favre and always will be!

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Indygirl412's picture

July 09, 2015 at 10:20 pm

When it comes to Favre it not about a moment it's about the man. He entered the field like a soldier enters the battle field. He put his heart and soul into each and every game and after he left Green Bay he continued to put his heart and soul into every game. He never said I can't do this today. He persevered and stood along side his teammates until the end, no matter what, just like a soldier does. And that is why today, football fans everywhere still respect the man and the player. This is why I am a fan of Favre and always will be!

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wisportsfan's picture

July 12, 2015 at 04:44 pm

I remember a lot of great Favre games but one of my favorites was the Monday night game against the Broncos in 2007 when Favre hit Jennings on a deep pass on the first play of overtime. My other favorites are the Monday night game in 2003 against Oakland after his dad died and the playoff game in 2007 against the Seahawks in the snow. No matter what he did after his time in Green Bay, he'll always be one of my favorite Packers of all time.

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Klincker's picture

July 09, 2015 at 10:22 pm

So hard to pick one, on the field.
Off the field, he did some great work for charities in Green Bay. When he was presented with the Make-A-Wish Award in 2007, it brought tears to my eyes.

http://www.packers.com/media-center/videos/Brett-Favre-honored-with-Make...

So, while its not a favorite on the field moment, it was a favorite moment, when I think of Brett Favre.

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July 09, 2015 at 10:28 pm

.mine was at the Outlaw Saloon in Moab, Utah when Brett and the Packers won against the Raiders after Bennett's dad had past away... Made me miss my father. .. Oh new been to Lambeau and was born in Milwaukee.. Dad never took me anywhere....

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July 09, 2015 at 10:39 pm

The Monday night game against the Raiders is something that is forever etched in my mind. Brett taking the field, the emotions he must have been going through after the loss of his dad, and having the game he did was very special.

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July 09, 2015 at 10:44 pm

.mine was at the Outlaw Saloon in Moab, Utah when Brett and the Packers won against the Raiders after Bennett's dad had past away... Made me miss my father. .. Oh new been to Lambeau and was born in Milwaukee.. Dad never took me anywhere....

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July 09, 2015 at 10:51 pm

2 stories! 1 is on oct.11 1993 walking down main st.running into Frank Winters Mark Chimura and Brett on his birthday crawl! The other is when my roommate at the time Sim Nelson ask me to work security for a press deal at The Radisson and it was for Brett but I was able to meet his dad family etc!

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July 09, 2015 at 11:07 pm

My favorite memory was the outstanding game he played after his dad passed away. To see him play with so much heart during such a painful time was very moving.

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July 09, 2015 at 11:20 pm

The Monday Night Football game against the Vikings (Dec 10,2011)when he threw the TD to Antonio Freeman that he juggled on his back before snagging it and running it in.
It was in OT for the win!.

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Evan's picture

July 10, 2015 at 07:08 am

I was at that game...pure insanity.

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WKUPackFan's picture

July 10, 2015 at 08:07 am

Wow Evan, that's fantastic. I was sitting in a cheesy hotel bar because my ex didn't like me drinking at home. The people in there must have thought I lost my mind what that play happened!

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4thand1's picture

July 10, 2015 at 08:33 pm

He did WHAT!?

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Corey Friedrich's picture

July 11, 2015 at 06:34 am

Yo he didn't play for the pack in 2011

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July 09, 2015 at 11:21 pm

My favorite memory was the amazing game he played right after his father passed away. You could tell by his performance that he was playing this game for his father.

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July 09, 2015 at 11:33 pm

My favorite memory of Brett Favre was in November 1996 when I was in the Hospital @ Marshfield from surgery on my achillies release( I have MD)and my mom called me and told me that she had a present for me and it will come in the mail soon. Well it came in,and it was a autographed picture of Brett on his Milk Mustache picture. It was and still is my favorite memory of Brett. ThankYou,Brett !!!!

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George De Cota Jr.'s picture

July 09, 2015 at 11:58 pm

My favorite memory was back when it all started, Sept. 20, 1992 when Favre came in for an injured Don Majkowski. When he hit Kittrick Taylor to win the game I was so overcome with emotion. Right then I knew Favre was special. Go Pack Go!!

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Mike Connolly's picture

July 10, 2015 at 12:03 am

My favorite memory is that moment every game where Brett reminds us why he is the most enjoyable player to watch in history. When he leaps into a teammates arms with a boy like smile or takes off running and tackling a team mate that just made a huge play. He reminded us what it is like to be kids. To play a game because u love it not for any other reason. Brett favre will always be my favorite player because he changed the way we feel. He made us happy because of the joy he played with. He made us feel like kids even if just for a split second.

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Ghazi F. Abdul Khaleq's picture

July 10, 2015 at 04:49 am

My favorite memories of Favre are actually the times he played against the Buccaneers and how Favre would go at Warren Sapp. That guy would put down Favre and he would jump up and get in his face. That showed his toughness and tenacity.

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4thand1's picture

July 10, 2015 at 03:04 pm

Sapp probably had more respect for Favre than any other player. I remember a game when Favre rolled to his right, stopped and turned right into a charging Sapp. I couldn't believe he popped right up. He told Sapp good hit. Also Tampa was beating GB late in the game Sapp told Favre,"not coming back this time Bret." The Pack won, Sapp was shaking his head leaving the field.

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David Wirtz's picture

July 10, 2015 at 04:56 am

Gotta be the game after his dad died. What an incredible effort

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Bonni English's picture

July 10, 2015 at 05:00 am

The greatest game memory of mine was the game after Brett's father died. His professionalism, determination and responsibility to the team were so inspiring. Also, I have always felt a secret connection to the Favres as Brett resembles one of my sons and his mother's name is the same as mine, Bonita. It would be one of the greatest experiences of my lifetime to view the induction.

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July 10, 2015 at 05:59 am

Detroit playoff toss to sharpe to win playoff game. awesome

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Corey Friedrich's picture

July 10, 2015 at 06:16 am

Well being a big supporter of favre even after he left the pack,always wearing his jersey even with getting picked on for doing so,I would have to say my favorite favre memory was the game against the Oakland raiders the night after his father died,he had a monster of a game and to do so with the turmoil of his father's death it just shows you how much courage and bravery he has and also his love for football

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Corey Friedrich's picture

July 10, 2015 at 06:19 am

I don't expect to win just wanted to share my favorite favre memory, however if I do my email address is [email protected]

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Vjbarrios's picture

July 10, 2015 at 07:15 am

It's hard to pick a favorite but I'd have to say my favorite Favre memory has to be the first time I saw him play live in San Diego in 2003. There were noticeably more Cheeseheads in the stands than Chargers fan. The Pack won and Brett had 4 TD's. I will never forget the first time I got to see him play live.

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July 10, 2015 at 07:26 am

All of the above.....never been disappointed, really, in any games he played in! He is the greatest and still is!!! :)

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July 10, 2015 at 07:27 am

All of the above.....never been disappointed, really, in any games he played in! He is the greatest and still is!!! :)

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cuervo's picture

July 10, 2015 at 08:03 am

Have to agree with Thompson T wins here. Farve was a good player for the Packers, and turned into a terrible human being. Yeah, he won some games, he also lost more when it really counted...the bigger the game, the worst he played. I'll always remember him as a fun player to watch, who too often choked in big games, and was/is a general scumbag of a person.

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4thand1's picture

July 10, 2015 at 03:07 pm

WTF, you make him sound like Ryan Leaf.

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July 11, 2015 at 03:28 am

lololol whatchu talking about, Leaf is a goddamm saint
look at what he's doing in prison, giving his body away to those who need it.

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WKUPackFan's picture

July 10, 2015 at 08:04 am

September 20, 1992. My daughter was 16 months old, sitting in my lap when Majik went down and Brett came in. What a moment! A few years later my daughter cut the pictures from newspaper from the playoff game where the Pack held down Barry Sanders and pasted them on construction paper with crayon drawings.

She couldn't know it then, but I devastated when the Majik Man went down. He was the best QB we had in a long time, and expectations for improvement were high. Little could we know what was about to happen.

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Tundraboy's picture

July 10, 2015 at 09:51 am

So many great memories but taking us out of the dark ages and all the vicious hits. True ironman and great packer.

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

July 16, 2015 at 07:27 am

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len2383's picture

July 10, 2015 at 09:54 am

Love to be there

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July 10, 2015 at 10:14 am

The Raiders game

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di4GB's picture

July 10, 2015 at 10:20 am

At Denver Broncos, when Favre threw an 80 yard rainbow to Jennings for the overtime winning touchdown. I believe it was the very first play of OT and just like that, game over, Packers win. It was classic Favre in my opinion. And, he threw it against probably the best corner in the league at the time - Champ Bailey. .

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di4GB's picture

July 10, 2015 at 10:22 am

I don't know if we can enter twice, but a second favorite is his shovel pass in the "Snowball" game. We were down 14 points on two turnovers in the first quarter, if I remember right, and it seemed to many the game was already lost in the first quarter. Everything about that game was magical and the shovel pass was again, just classic Favre--pulling one out of the hat.

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topher1984's picture

July 10, 2015 at 12:38 pm

Easy. Has got to be the concussion game. Against the NY Giants. Even tho we lost.

Concussed, left the game...Came back in, didn't know where he was and threw a TD to Walker.

GREATNESS

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July 10, 2015 at 01:04 pm

I would have to say my favorite moment was a realization I came to on my own. I used to second guess the team, coaches, and executives all the time because of the arm chair quarterback attitude. I was wondering how long before Holmgren was going to pull this interception machine he kept going with at quarterback. Then I finally realized that maybe the coaches know more than I do and see things I don't see. Sticking with Favre and taking the good with the bad paid off so well in the long run. You have to love the guy even with the way things ended.

My favorite game has to be the Oakland game after Brett's father passed away. What an amazing night!!!

My favorite play was the touchdown in Super Bowl XXXI, watching Brett pump his helmet and run around the field!

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stinger1's picture

July 10, 2015 at 01:42 pm

I have two favorite memories and they have to do with important times in my life.
First was 9/20/1992. It was a Sunday and I had just been married to my wife the day before. We were on our drive for our Honeymoon and I had a Sony Walkman and was watching the Packer game thru Wisconsin as my new wife was driving. I remember seeing Don Majkowski go down and remember saying they bringing in this new guy, of course I said his name wrong, Brett Favre! Watching him connect with Kittrick Taylor was ALMOST ( my wife might read this so I have to be careful) the coolest thing I ever witnessed.
Then, 12/18/1994. My son Cole was born the day before. Stayed in the hospital with my wife and first born child. Got up for the early game in which the Packers played the Falcons for the final game at Milwaukee County Stadium. His dive into the endzone at the end of the game put us in the playoffs. Awesome moment!
Brett has given all Packer fans tons of memories. I was hurt when he left for the Jets and ESPECIALLY the Vikings living here in SE Minnesota but this past week or so, listening to his interviews and reliving the memories has been therapeutic and I cant wait to see that number 4 up on the walls of Lambeau!

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July 10, 2015 at 02:21 pm

Hard to narrow it down to just one. He is why the Packers are where they are today, he brought them out of the basement of losing season after losing season & gave them the ability to recruit decent players.

I guess I would have to say the fondest memory is him taking the field after his dad passed away. He is a true Packer legend. Thank you Brett for all the memories!

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July 10, 2015 at 02:41 pm

Winter 1900, my 5-year-old son and I are watching the NY Giants. They are losing at home and their fans are throwing rock-filled snowballs at their own bench. I'm telling my son that's not the way to be a fan. Next game is below zero in Lambeau. Favre runs in for a TD and does the Lambeau leap. We were hooked. We have been fans ever since, that son was number 4 in every sport he played and his phone number ends in 4444. We are both owners. My younger son was just an infant during that initial game and we raised him to be a Packer Backer. The three of us took a pilgrimage to Lambeau in 2009. We are so glad we did because my younger son passed away in 2011 and we thank God we have that memory. It would be incredible to stand with my son to watch his life-long idol run onto the field. I know my younger son will be cheering alongside us.

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July 10, 2015 at 02:41 pm

Winter 1900, my 5-year-old son and I are watching the NY Giants. They are losing at home and their fans are throwing rock-filled snowballs at their own bench. I'm telling my son that's not the way to be a fan. Next game is below zero in Lambeau. Favre runs in for a TD and does the Lambeau leap. We were hooked. We have been fans ever since, that son was number 4 in every sport he played and his phone number ends in 4444. We are both owners. My younger son was just an infant during that initial game and we raised him to be a Packer Backer. The three of us took a pilgrimage to Lambeau in 2009. We are so glad we did because my younger son passed away in 2011 and we thank God we have that memory. It would be incredible to stand with my son to watch his life-long idol run onto the field. I know my younger son will be cheering alongside us.

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

July 11, 2015 at 08:38 am

The winter of 1900 was a long one.

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JerseyAl's picture

July 16, 2015 at 07:20 pm

I remember it well...

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July 10, 2015 at 08:38 pm

The way I look at it is, everyone has a right to an opinion. You can admire, love, like, or even hate a player. As ticket buyers and fans its what we do. The bottom line is everyone loves a winner. Favre pLayed his heart out, played hurt ,and gave everything to the Packers. Great players came to GB because of him. If Ron Wolf never would have signed him the Packers would have spent another decade as bottom feeders. Since he became a Packer they have been one of the best sports franchises.................PERIOD! That alone should force the anti Farve people to just shut up and let the man have his day. Almost any fan of any other team would have sold their souls to the devil to have a QB like him.

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July 10, 2015 at 03:34 pm

Absolutely hands down the game he played against the Raiders after his fathers passing. He played that game for his father and played like the all star that he was. The game of his career in my personal opinion. The hug with his wife. Everything about that game was simply incredible and touching and heartwarming.

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July 10, 2015 at 09:02 pm

Monday Night Football against the Raiders after Brett's dad passed away. Just an amazing performance overall but even more impressive performance considering the circumstances. Really tied my emotions to the game and to Brett.

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WesMan's picture

July 10, 2015 at 09:16 pm

It was 1992. I was 11 years old. The Packers came to my hometown of Wautoma to play the high school staff for a charity basketball game. All the big stars were there - Bryce Paup, John Jurkovic - the list goes on. As they were announcing the names, they had one addition that wasn't on the original roster. "Welcome the newest member of the Packers...Brett Favra." The crowd did a collective "Who?" The Packers had traded for Favre a few days earlier, so they shipped the new guy out to Wautoma for a charity game. The confused sounds from the crowd quickly turned to sounds of awe when the young QB grabbed a rebound and rifled a pass to Jurko on the other end of the court. The ball hit John and bounced off his belly about halfway across the court. We knew then this guy had an arm. At halftime I got a picture with Bryce Paup - and that other guy - the new QB. Oh yeah, I later had it signed by Favre. It's hanging in my Packers room as one of my prized possessions. Maybe this isn't the best moment of No. 4's Packers career - but it just might be the earliest.

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July 10, 2015 at 11:03 pm

Best moment when Brett stopped to signed a autograph for my daughter and I after practice it was about 90 degrees we tried to get him for about 7 year's it like hunting you wait and wait and finally he came by and I told my daughter he slowing down omg his window is rolling down I told to hurry up Brett says no need to learn have a lot of time I literally froze my words we're all messed up he called my daughter sweetie I just wished we would have gotten a picture with him. My daughter was only 6 and now she is 14 we were so stunned to meet him I think one of my favorite games was the OT game against Denver when threw the pass to Gregg Jennings for the TD of the very first play in OT was so happy plus I could get to bed for that was a Monday night game Thanks for all the great memories Brett pick us

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July 11, 2015 at 08:19 am

For me it was Favre tossing the bomb in the Denver OT game. The wife and I flew out from Wisconsin for the game and to visit a friend. We had decent seats, 50 yard line but pretty high up. Regulation was ending and I had to piss soooooo bad so I figured I'd wait untill the end of the 4th qtr, hit the bathroom and come back for OT. As I'm finishing up in the bathroom all I hear is screaming. I run to the stairs to enter the stadium and all I can see is a little yellow helmet cruising down the field. Turns out Greg Jennings is awesome. There was a lot of Packer fans there and it was absolutely insanity after the game.

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Mgatske's picture

July 11, 2015 at 08:52 am

Too many to choose!
On the field
1. Super Bowl XXXI - rushing TD by sneaking it in the corner of end zone
2. Oakland game
3. The smile on his face after the Rison TD in Super Bowl XXXI

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July 11, 2015 at 10:01 am

For me it's his 1st game as a Packer. Coming in for an injured Magic Man and leading us to a come from behind victory against Cincinnati was awesome! I couldn't wait for the next game. You had a sense that something special might be happening in titletown.

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July 11, 2015 at 10:45 am

I think my favorite Favre memory is when he retired. To me, it was one of those things where you never really knew what you had until it was gone. I skipped a couple hours of school to go home and watch his press conference with my dad. I cried much more than I thought I would. I think that was just the second or third time I've ever seen my dad cry. It's my favorite memory because it showed how much Favre meant to my dad and me.

As far as a game moment, how about the last game at County Stadium? I was only 4 at the time, but I've seen highlights and watch it on YouTube quite often. Go watch it again. He jumps into the endzone, the crowd erupts and the cameras shake. It's amazing. Goosebumps every time.

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

July 12, 2015 at 09:43 am

I was at work watching and totally cried.

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July 11, 2015 at 01:38 pm

Monday Night Football against the Raiders.

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July 11, 2015 at 04:24 pm

My favorite memory of Brett Favre would be the October 30, 2007 Monday Night game against the Denver Broncos when Favre threw the 82 yard game winning touchdown pass to Jennings for the first play in OT.

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Knam's picture

July 12, 2015 at 10:08 am

12/22/03

Favre lost his idol, his mentor, his father. When he decided to suit up and play against Oakland Raiders with the heaviest heart..and absolutely shredded their defense. Just thinking how hard it is to concentrate and focus at home after a situation like that let alone playing a game. It was amazing to watch and absorb.

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July 12, 2015 at 10:43 am

Has to be the Monday night game on Dec. 22 2003. Favre lost his father the night before and decided to play. I'll never forget the standing ovation he got in Oakland. You could tell his father was there with him. Throwing 4 TDs and almost 400 yards in a rout. Playing with tears in his eyes the entire time. His father had been to every game since 5th grade and coached him in highschool.

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July 12, 2015 at 10:57 am

Thinking of one particular moment brings back so many good (and some frustrating lol) memories. The greatest thing I can remember about Brett Favre is the hope he gave me and every fan, each and every Sunday he played. I can remember having a feeling that no matter what, the Packers had a chance with Brett running the show. He did some incredible and inspiring things on the field. He gave us his all. We are truly a lucky fan base to have back to back future hall of fame quarterbacks and fantastic coaching staffs.

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July 12, 2015 at 11:42 am

My personal favorite Farve moment was going to the Superbowl pre-party in San Diego and meeting Brett and his father Irving and getting autographs from them both. The reason it was so special to me was because I too was with my dad and it was just cool to see how proud Irving was of his son Brett.

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July 12, 2015 at 12:02 pm

Growing up in California as a Packer fan was the best but also hard because i wished i could of attended home games every Sunday. I have alot of memories of Favre over the years, that leadership he brought Will always be special. My favorite Favre moment was in 2007 when he broke the all time passing record with a pass to Donald Driver to me it was a special moment because I've watched him every Sunday battle and he definitely deserved it.

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PresidentRaygun's picture

July 12, 2015 at 12:58 pm

Glad to have Favre back in the fold.

I have to say the game against Oakland after his father passed.

The OT TD to GJ vs Denver is 2nd

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July 12, 2015 at 05:06 pm

Truly so many incredible FAVRE moments it is hard to choose just one! After a along family discussion we decided it HAS to be winning the Super Bowl watching his excitement and the thrill we all had watching him run around the field like a school kid. We think that moment in particular summed up his great team playing talent! ALL PACKER fans lived vicariously through him that day! Truly a blessing to be a PACKER fan!!!

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July 12, 2015 at 05:33 pm

Brett's first NFL touchdown pass to Kitirick Taylor to defeat the Bengals 24 to 23 on September 20, 1992. The start of many fun Packer victories with Favre at the helm.

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July 12, 2015 at 09:11 pm

There are so many but one of my favorites I would have to say is when he played his heart out in the game the day after his dad died. He was flawless.

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July 12, 2015 at 10:12 pm

His last win as a Packer against Seattle!

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cinpackback's picture

July 12, 2015 at 10:32 pm

My favorite Brett memory is not so much about Brett as it is about my Mom. She got such a kick out of Brett Favre - like he was one of her kids. And like one of her own kids she'd alternate between love and frustration, but he always gave us something to talk about!

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July 12, 2015 at 11:46 pm

I will never forget the game Brett played in after his Father died. He played an amazing game to honor his Father the best way he knew how. That was an incredible game and to play as well as he did with the heavy heart he must have had. That game shows how great he was. You just knew he was playing this to honor his Dad. I am sure his Dad was there that day feeling so very proud of his son.

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July 13, 2015 at 02:50 am

My favorite Brett Favre memory is the moment it ALL began...
*Don Weiss: "With the 33rd pick of the 1991 draft, the Atlanta Falcons selected Brett Favor, quarterback, Southern Mississippi."

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July 13, 2015 at 11:13 am

I remember my dad was visiting and we were playing pool watching the Packer game (special day for me to be able to see my dad who had moved away back in 1999, so just being able to watch a Packer game and hang out means the world to me, wish we could do it more often) and Brett's dad had just passed away. That game was amazing, he played with a heavy heart and did his father proud. I know his father was watching and smiling the whole time! Absolutely the best moment ever, me and my dad (my best friend) watching Brett play for his dad! Been to a few games in Chicago with my dad (never to Lambeau) to watch the Pack beat the Bears (one was the NFC Champ game) but this game def stands out as the best!

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July 16, 2015 at 07:28 am

Congrats. You won 4 tickets for this weekend. Send an email to [email protected].

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mritter's picture

July 13, 2015 at 01:36 pm

One of my favorite memories of Favre ("favorite" may not be the best term, given the sad circumstances) was the Monday Night Football game he played the day after his father's death. It's a game that still gives me goosebumps when reading about it or watching highlights. An incredible performance on the national stage with what had to have been extreme emotions. Not only (statistically) one of Favre's best career games, it was also an important victory for the Packers season at the time.

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July 13, 2015 at 11:14 pm

I only got to see him play in person once, and that's my favorite Favre memory. He blew up the Lions at Lambeau in a mostly-meaningless game at the end of the season, really cold, with seats in the top row, but there was something special about seeing him "in real life" instead of on the TV... there was no way I was leaving before the clock was all zeros. (Plus I went with a Lions-fan friend, so that made it hilarious.)

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July 14, 2015 at 08:00 am

Mine is more of a personal memory, but still my favorite: Naming our daughter, born this April, after him...Olivia Brett!

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July 15, 2015 at 07:37 am

Favorite Brett Favre memory? Gotta be the Monday night game vs. Oakland right after his father passed away.

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July 15, 2015 at 10:18 pm

My favorite was the Oakland game after his dad passed! A close second was the New Years playoff game in Green Bay against Seattle!! ♡♡♡♡ Brett!!!!

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July 16, 2015 at 08:41 am

Definitely the touchdown pass to A. Rison in Favre's first Super Bowl. Iconic NFL image.

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