Brett Favre, the Hall of Fame quarterback who made 11 Pro Bowls, won three MVPs, and won a Super Bowl with the Packers, was a rare jokester and happy-go-lucky personality in a macho sport. On the field, Favre – with his Mississippi accent and down-to-earth charm – burped, stuck out his tongue, childishly pinched his teammates and engaged in fun-loving trash talk. All of that, combined with his risk-taking, never gun-shy passing style, was a reminder that above all, sports are meant for fun. In Green Bay, he regularly drank at a bar on Main Street, and – a lover of pranks – once went trick-or-treating at his coach, Mike Holmgren’s house, in a mask. Favre played 16 seasons with Green Bay, during which he appeared in the movie "There's Something About Mary" while proving to be an ironman off the silver screen. Favre started 297 consecutive games and completed his career playing for the Jets and Vikings.