The Green Bay Packers have one of the richest histories of any team in the NFL. They won a ton (11, actually) of championships before the Super Bowl became a yearly tradition, during the Vince Lombardi era. Years later, a scrappy QB named Brett Favre brought them to Super Sunday and new glory years, and now Aaron Rodgers is the face of the franchise. Overall, the team has two Super Bowl wins (1996 and 2010) as well as 9 conference championships and 17 division titles. They have also made the postseason for 7 straight years.
They have seen a number of great players over the years. This includes names like Tony Canadeo, Brett Favre, Bart Starr, Ray Nitschke and Reggie White.
Green Bay Packers Next Game
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Green Bay Packers Score
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Green Bay Packers Standings
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Green Bay Packers Record
Key dates in the team history. January 26, 1997: The Pack finally reward their fans with a Super Bowl win, beating the Patriots 35-21. Also, on February 6, 2011, Rodgers began his own legacy by guiding the Packers to a 31-25 win over the Steelers.
How strong is the team within its division/conference? This team has done very well lately. They make the playoffs year-after-year, and are usually in serious Super Bowl conversations.
What are the team’s main strengths vs weaknesses? The strength starts with the franchise player in Aaron Rodgers. He’s a stat-compiling and winning machine that leads them wherever they go. He needs to be healthy all year for them to keep playing at this level.
How far does the team usually go in the league? The defense is supposed to be better next year, and will have to be. A few odd experts are actually picking the Packers to go all the way, but it’s not very likely. They will most likely make the playoffs, and even advance to the second round.