Observation Deck: Favre makes big plays seem like child's play

It was the type of play that you cannot practice, and yet the Packers Brett Favre does. It was one of the plays that made the difference in Green Bay's playoff rout of Seattle.

Originally Published: January 13, 2008
By Matt Mosley | ESPN.com

We'll be watching the play for the next 50 years.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre desperately tried to keep his balance as he scrambled to the right in a snowstorm.

As Seattle Seahawks All-Pro defensive end Patrick Kerney grabbed him from behind, Favre spotted tight end Donald Lee running alone and delivered the type of underhanded toss you'd make to a 5-year-old in the backyard.

The conversion on third-and-8 set up the Packers' fourth touchdown of the first ...

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