20. Packers vs. Giants, Divisional Round, 2011
Aaron Rodgers enjoyed his first MVP season in 2011. The Packers were averaging a league-best 35 points per game and dominated the regular season with a 15-1 record. The reward was a first-round bye and home playoff matchup with the No. 4-seeded New York Giants.
Heavy favorites at home, the game couldn't have gone much worse for the Packers. Rodgers completed just 56.52% of his passes for 264 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. The Packers were stunned by the Giants, losing 37-20 at home.
19. Packers vs. 49ers, Divisional Round, 2021
Special teams took the blame for this loss, which is understandable as they had a field goal blocked at the end of the first half and then a punt blocked for a touchdown late on. But it's easy to forget how bad the offense was in this game.
Rodgers led a 10-play touchdown drive to start the game, but it quickly fell apart. Green Bay scored just 10 points and only three after the opening possession. Rodgers threw for 225 yards but had no touchdowns.
With the game tied at 10-10, Rodgers ignored options underneath to launch a hopeful pass to Davante Adams, who was in double coverage. It fell incomplete, handing the ball back to the Niners, who went on to kick a game-winning field goal.
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18. Packers at Seahawks, NFC Championship Game, 2014
A game Packers fans don't like reminding of, so let's keep it short. We all remember how Green Bay impossibly threw away this game, and it certainly wasn't all on Aaron Rodgers.
However, he deserves a share of the blame. With a trip to the Super Bowl on the line, Rodgers threw for just 178 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. To his defense, one pick came on what he believed was a free play, and it should've been as he got a Seahawks defender to jump on his hard count.
The second was a gift. The Packers were up 16-0 and had the ball on the Seahawks' 33-yard line. Rodgers threw a gentle pass right into the arms of Byron Maxwell for an interception, costing the Packers points.
Rodgers was far from his best, and the Packers lost in heartbreaking fashion.