The NFL is going to upload full broadcasts of three of the “most memorable” games in Green Bay Packers history onto YouTube.
Which games will they be?
That will be up to you to decide.
— The Super Bowl XXXI victory over New England, spearheaded by game MVP Desmond Howard’s 99-yard kickoff-return touchdown, three total touchdowns by Brett Favre and three sacks by Reggie White.
— The Super Bowl XLV victory over Pittsburgh, which was jump-started by game MVP Aaron Rodgers’ 29-yard touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson and Nick Collins’ 37-yard pick-six in a 24-second span of the first quarter.
— The 1993 NFC Wild Card victory vs. Detroit, won on a last-minute touchdown pass from Brett Favre to Sterling Sharpe.
— The 2000 “Monday Night Football” game vs. Minnesota, won on the “improbable bobble” touchdown reception by Antonio Freeman.
— The 2003 “Monday Night Football” game at Oakland, a blowout victory propelled by Favre, who threw four touchdown passes after his father’s death.
Voting is open — Super Bowl XLV and Favre’s night in Oakland are the early leaders — and will run through early next week. The three top vote-getters will appear on the NFL's YouTube channel.
The five games were chosen in collaboration with NFL Films and the Packers.