Green Bay Packers: Brett Favre’s Top 10 Memorable Games As A Packer

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4. Wild in Detroit – Jan. 8, 1994

The Green Bay Packers qualified for the playoffs for the first time since the strike-shortened season in 1982. Before that season,  the last time the Packers made the playoffs was in 1972.

The Packers had faced the Detroit Lions in Week 17, but lost 30-20 in a game where Favre threw four interceptions. The win gave the Lions home-field advantage for the matchup against the Packers in the Wild Card Playoff.

The outcome would be different this time though. The Packers were down 24-21, when Favre rolled left, stopped, and threw a bomb to the Sterling Sharpe going up the right sideline for the game winning touchdown with 55 seconds remaining.

Just another typical fourth-quarter comeback for Favre in crunch time. Something fans got used to seeing over Favre’s stellar career.

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