Brett Favre was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 1991 and saw very limited action in that season. After the 1991 season, Ron Wolf the new GM of the Green Bay Packers traded a first round pick for Brett Favre. He started the 1992 season as the back up to Don Majkowski. In the third game of the season against the Bengals, Majkowski hurt his ankle in the first quarter. Favre came in to replace him and led the team to a come from behind win which included his first passing TD. The following week he made his first start agains the Steelers...and as they say the rest is history. He started 253 straight regular season games before retiring at the end of the 2007 season. He then came out of retirement on the eve of training camp in 2008 and was traded to the Jets where he has continued the streak. Full tickets to home Green Bay Packer games are tough to find due to the fact all games are sold out, few no-shows and all tickets are ripped with a few exceptions (the last game in Milwaukee in 1994 is a rare case). Road away games from his early years are also tough to find. Recent road games are easier to find in unripped condition as many stadiums have gone to bar scanners for entry.
Notes: This set has bonuses. Please see the Set Composition for a listing.
|Rank||Set Name||% Complete||GPA Weighted||GPA with Top
|1||The Radke Collection 20102011||100.00%||8.54||8.54||08.54|