Brett Favre's Not-Top 5 Packers moments: Six picks in St. Louis

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- With Brett Favre going into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame on Saturday, we count down the best and worst moments in his 16-year career with the organization.

Here's worst moment No. 5: his six-interception game against the St. Louis Rams.

It was Jan. 22, 2002 in an NFC divisional playoff game, when the Packers suffered their worst playoff loss in team history, falling 45-17. Favre matched an NFL postseason record with six interceptions, three of which were returned for touchdowns. Four of the six interceptions were either tipped at the line of scrimmage or went off the hands of Favre's intended receiver.

"That St. Louis game was like when it rains, it pours," Favre said during a recent interview with ESPN.com. "I remember I had a couple of picks in that game, believe it or not, I was actually going to take the checkdown because they played a real conservative Tampa 2 defense and they relied on their offense to score a ton of points, which they did extremely well. Even when I was playing smart, if you will, they would tip it or we would tip it. Nothing we did was working, and that happens."

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