14. Packers vs. Vikings, Wildcard Round, 2012
A loss to the Minnesota Vikings a week earlier cost the Packers a first-round bye and earned the Vikings a wild-card berth. Green Bay made up for it in the wild-card round, ending Minnesota's season with a comfortable 24-10 victory.
The defense shut down the Vikings' offense while Rodgers looked at ease, finishing with 274 passing yards and a touchdown. It may not have been Rodgers' most memorable performance, but it didn't need to be. He was in control and helped guide his team to victory.
13. Packers at Falcons, NFC Championship Game, 2016
Unfortunately, the Packers' most recent playoff trip to Atlanta didn't go as well as the one before it. Green Bay was on an eight-game win streak entering this game. Rodgers believed they could run the table, and so they did.
Not for the first time, the odds were stacked against Rodgers. His defense never showed up, allowing 493 yards and 44 points. Rodgers and the offense had to be perfect, which they weren't.
Rodgers put in a solid performance, throwing for 287 yards and three touchdowns, but he also had an interception. He wasn't helped by the defense or special teams in a disappointing playoff exit for the Packers.
He wasn't at his MVP best, but it probably wouldn't have mattered, anyway.