10. Antonio Freeman
Antonio Freeman had one of the most incredible plays, not only in Packers’ history, but in NFL history. In overtime against the hated Minnesota Vikings, Brett Favre tossed a ball up in the air toward a streaking Freeman. The defender tipped it and appeared to knock it to the ground. However, it landed right on Freeman’s shoulder who then corraled it into his body, got up and ran to the end zone.
Freeman contributed a lot more than that one play over the years to enshrine him into our hearts. He entered the NFL in 1995 via the third round of the NFL Draft and helped push Green Bay over the edge. The Packers needed another playmaker and that’s exactly what Freeman was.
In just his second season, he recorded 933 receiving yards in just 12 games and helped lead the Packers to a Super Bowl victory. He was certainly a big-game receiver, averaging 115.5 yards in the Super Bowl and coming up big in a number of other playoff games.