It's a joyful one-year occasion when Brett Favre returns to his original home: Lambeau Field. The crowd is always buzzing, the signs are always humorous, and of course, the boos rain down from the old-school wooden benches from the game's first whistle.
In 2009, Brett Favre had the Green Bay Packers' number. Although the Packers did manage to rally Brad Childress' strong offense, Green Bay's wobbly offensive line collapsed under the strain of Jared Allen, and ultimately led to a barrage of pressure to the green and gold's main man, Aaron Rodgers.
But when it's all being said, not the entire week surrounds the old timer's return to his original NFL team.
Some may say with the absence of the New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans and Detroit Lions to a bye week, that the excitement factor may lull a little in comparison to Week 6, considering that four explosive teams are taking the weekend off.
However, this is not the case. Many marquee games still remain on the schedule, and if you are still catching your breath from the 'upset galore' that was last weekend, brace yourself for another action-packed Sunday.
Brett Favre returns to Lambeau Field, the Giants take on the Dallas Cowboys at home, and Miami and Pittsburgh butt heads down south. Who will win? It's always unpredictable, but here's a few predictions to keep in mind.