1. Brett Favre
No. 1 was never really in question from the onset of this list, yet, you read all the way through just to make sure this wasn’t a complete mess up. Brett Favre played the back half of his career during this decade, but it was still a beautiful time of football for one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time.
He started the 2000’s with a dud and one of his worst seasons as a Packer, throwing for only 20 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. He rebounded over the next few seasons, however, as was the case for most of the decade. Right when we thought we could count him out, he came back better the next season.
He made four Pro Bowls throughout the decade and led the Packers within a quarter of another Super Bowl appearance in 2007 before throwing an interception in overtime of the NFC Championship game against the Giants.
Regardless, the Packers wouldn’t have been the Packers if it wasn’t for Favre. People can say many things about the man, but he gave it his all every single time he went out on the field. And that’s all you can ask.