Ranking all 21 Aaron Rodgers playoff performances for the Packers from worst to best.
Aaron Rodgers is one of the greatest quarterbacks football has ever seen. He enjoyed a legendary career with the Green Bay Packers and will now aim to win a second championship with the New York Jets.
Despite winning four MVPs, a Super Bowl MVP, and helping Green Bay sustain success in the NFC, Rodgers doesn't always get the respect he deserves, especially for his playoff performances. Part of that is because the Packers only reached one Super Bowl with him and regularly lost in the NFC Championship Game.
Rodgers has had his share of poor performances in the postseason, but he has also saved some of the greatest moments of his legendary career for January football.
During his time in Green Bay, Rodgers started 21 postseason games. We've ranked all of them from worst to best.
21. Packers at Bears, NFC Championship Game, 2010
Ironically, Rodgers' worst playoff performance was the only one that sent the Packers to the Super Bowl. Coming off a spectacular playoff run that saw Green Bay overcome the Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons on the road, the Packers had to beat their division rivals to reach the big game.
Expectations were high for Rodgers after a dominant performance in the divisional round. However, he completed only 56.67% of his passes for 244 yards, no touchdowns, and two interceptions.
Green Bay held on for a tense 21-14 win over Chicago, in part because defensive tackle B.J. Raji made a legendary pick-six.
The Packers won, but Rodgers was nowhere near his best.