I watched one of those NFL Network shows about Brett Favre's top 10 games. They listed most of the usual ones, such as the Raiders game after his dad passed away, the Super Bowl win, etc. They had to list a bunch of his games with the Vikings and Jets as well. However, IMO they missed one of the quintessential Favre games. It was 2001 and the Ravens were the defending Super Bowl champs with Ray Lewis leading a still-ferocious defense. The Packers were clearly a run-first monster with Ahman Green killing defenses and teams "daring" Favre to beat them. Favre wasn't the same QB that he had been in the 1990s. Then came this game, where Favre ripped apart the best defense since the 1985 Bears and showed that he still was one of the greats.