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

Divisional Round - Green Bay Packers v Dallas Cowboys
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17. Packers at 49ers, NFC Championship Game, 2019

Aaron Rodgers' final stats in this game didn't look terrible -- 31/39, 326 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions -- but the Packers were down 27-0 at halftime. Poor run defense was mainly to blame, but Rodgers and Green Bay's offense could get nothing going in the first half to help out the defense.

On six first-half drives, Green Bay punted four times, Rodgers was intercepted once, and a botched snap led to a turnover. Rodgers also fumbled, but fortunately, it was recovered by Green Bay.

Rodgers threw a couple of touchdowns in the second half, but the game was already over.

16. Packers at 49ers, Divisional Round, 2012

Another playoff loss to the 49ers, this time in the 2012 divisional round. While the blame falls mostly on a Green Bay defense that allowed 323 rushing yards and four touchdowns, Rodgers didn't have a great game, either.

Rodgers struggled for consistency, finishing with 257 passing yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. His performance wasn't the story, but he also didn't have a great game.

15. Packers vs. 49ers, Wildcard Round, 2013

Yep, it's another Packers-49ers playoff heartbreak. A year later, the Packers were eliminated by the Niners again, this time at Lambeau Field. Rodgers had only played one game after returning from a broken collarbone, a Week 17 win over the Chicago Bears.

In tough conditions against a talented defense, Rodgers struggled to get going, finishing the game with 177 yards and one touchdown. Green Bay held San Francisco to 23 points, but Rodgers and the offense couldn't do enough.