4. Packers vs. Cowboys, Divisional Round, 2014
We have seen some beautiful performances from Aaron Rodgers over the years. This was one of his gutsiest efforts. Battling through a significant calf injury, Rodgers struggled to run, but he stepped up when the Packers desperately needed him.
Rodgers completed 68.57% of his passes for 316 yards and three touchdowns, earning a passer rating of 125.4, his second-best in the playoffs.
With the Packers trailing in the fourth quarter, Rodgers made one of the throws of his life. Rolling to his left, Rodgers hit a bullet to Richard Rodgers, splitting multiple defenders to find his tight end in the end zone.
It was a gutsy effort from Rodgers, who played through injury to drag his team into the NFC title game.
3. Packers vs. Steelers, Super Bowl XLV, 2010
Rodgers saved one of his greatest performances for the biggest game of his career. He won Super Bowl MVP after throwing for 304 yards and three touchdowns with a passer rating of 111.5. It wasn't just the numbers, either. Rodgers was too good for the Steelers, with several incredibly accurate throws throughout the evening.
He hit Greg Jennings for two touchdowns and connected with Jordy Nelson for the other. Rodgers cemented his legendary status in this game. The moment wasn't too big for him. Rodgers stepped up and played a starring role in the Packers' Super Bowl victory.