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

Divisional Round - Green Bay Packers v Dallas Cowboys
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12. Packers at Cardinals, Divisional Round, 2015

Talk about stacking the odds against Aaron Rodgers. The Packers entered this game without Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams, and they lost Randall Cobb early in the first quarter. Green Bay's top receivers were James Jones, Jeff Janis, and Jared Abbrederis.

Predictably, it was a tough day for the offense. But there was time for some Rodgers magic. Facing fourth-and-20 from their own end zone with the season on the line, Rodgers hit a beauty to Janis for a first down and more. He connected with Janis again moments later on a famous Hail Mary as he was falling to the ground.

The Packers lost in overtime, but not before Rodgers became a superhero and saved their season.

11. Packers at Washington, Wildcard Round, 2015

The 2015 season was a tough one for Green Bay's offense, especially after losing Jordy Nelson for the year in August. In a wild-card matchup with Washington, they overcome a slow start to put together an impressive victory.

Rodgers led his team from an 11-0 deficit, throwing for 210 yards and two touchdowns. One of those touchdowns went to Davante Adams, who later had to leave the game due to injury. Despite dealing with injuries at receiver, Rodgers did enough to guide the Packers to victory.