In his rookie year with the Atlanta Falcons, Brett Favres' 1st NFL game was October 27, 1991 vs. Los Angeles Rams
Brett has now beaten every team in the league after last years Packer/Viking game
Brett Favre's last throw as a Packer was in the 2008 NFC Championship game against the New York Giants. It was an interception in overtime which set Lawrence Tynes up for the game winning field goal.
Well, this can be answered two ways considering Favre's "last pass" as a Green Bay Packer was an interception in overtime of the 2008 NFC Championship game... With that said, the Packer (or teammate) that caught Favre's last pass was... Donald Lee. However, Favre's very "last pass" as a Packer was intercepted by Corey Webster from the Giants.
Brett Favre is considered the greatest QB of all time. He holds almost every possible Qb record, 1 Superbowl, and 3 MVPs. Today's game where Favre returns to Lambeau for the first time not in Packer green, many analysts have called it the game of the century. It is considered one of the top 3 games in NFL history: #3 Favre's return to Lambeau, #2 the first NFL Superbowl, and #1 the first NFL game ever.
It has been done many times by packer players, but Brett Favre was the last one to do it, on September 27, 1998