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Brett Favre

Green Bay Packers | Super Bowl XXXI

Little did the Packers know that on Feb. 10, 1992, their organization was about to make a decision that would change their franchise forever. For that was the day they'd be trading the 19th pick in the NFL draft for Brett Favre. And from the fourth game of the 1992 season until the end of 2010, Favre wouldn't miss a game. Along the way, he'd pick up a slew of awards, but perhaps his biggest prize came in Super Bowl XXXI against the Patriots. Favre connected with Andre Rison in the end zone, threw an 81-yard TD to Antonio Freeman and rushed for a 2-yard TD. The Packers would win 35-21. Super Bowl XXXI was his.