Packers: All 21 Aaron Rodgers playoff performances ranked from worst to best

Divisional Round - Green Bay Packers v Dallas Cowboys
Divisional Round - Green Bay Packers v Dallas Cowboys / Joe Robbins/GettyImages
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2. Packers at Cardinals, Wildcard Round, 2009

Aaron Rodgers was intercepted on the first play of the game, but the fact this performance still ranks No. 2 shows just how good it was. After that mistake, Rodgers was flawless the rest of the game.

He threw for 423 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception, while running in another score. Green Bay's offense piled up 45 points on the road in a playoff game and still lost. The Packers may not have won the game, but the result takes nothing away from Rodgers' dominant performance.

His first playoff game was one of his best. A game for the ages, and elite quarterback play from Rodgers.

1. Packers at Falcons, Divisional Round, 2010

The perfect game. You won't find many better quarterback performances in the playoffs than this one. The No. 6-seed Packers visited the No. 1-seed Falcons and their No. 5-ranked scoring defense.

You wouldn't have guessed it.

Rodgers was simply unstoppable, completing an unbelievable 86.11% of his passes for 366 yards and three touchdowns, and he ran in another touchdown. Rodgers made some breathtaking throws, and there was nothing the Falcons could do about it.

The Packers handed the Falcons a stunning 48-21 defeat in their own building. It was a legendary performance that sent Green Bay into the NFC Championship Game.