6. Packers at Cowboys, Divisional Round, 2016
Green Bay had successfully run the table, destroyed the New York Giants in the wild-card round, but now faced the No. 1-seeded Dallas Cowboys on the road.
Aaron Rodgers put together one of his most memorable playoff performances, throwing for 355 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. Most importantly, he led his team to a game-winning field goal late on.
The Packers only had 35 seconds to work with. Rodgers famously drew up a play in the huddle, connecting with Jared Cook down the sideline, who made the catch Packers fans still remember. It was Rodgers at his superhero best, setting up Mason Crosby for the game-winner.
5. Packers vs. Giants, Wildcard Round, 2016
A week earlier, Rodgers was simply too good for the New York Giants at Lambeau Field. It was one of Rodgers' finest postseason performances, throwing for 362 yards and four touchdowns, including a Hail Mary to Randall Cobb to end the second quarter. Cobb caught three touchdowns from Rodgers, with the other going to Davante Adams.
The result was never in doubt, the Packers cruising to a 38-13 victory over the Giants. This was a vintage Rodgers performance. He was in control throughout, and the Giants had no answer for him at his MVP best.