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Packers aiming for 30

Posted by Ricky Zeller on January 11, 2012 – 5:26 pm

The Packers have won 13 NFL championships, the most all-time, and the club’s .644 postseason winning percentage (29-16) is the best in NFL history. Green Bay currently has 29 playoff wins. With a win Sunday against the Giants at Lambeau Field, the Packers can become the third team to record 30 postseason victories in NFL annals, joining the Pittsburgh Steelers (33) and Dallas Cowboys (33).

 The teams with the most playoff victories in NFL history:

TEAM

PLAYOFF WINS

Cowboys

33

Steelers

33

Packers*

29

Raiders

25

49ers*

25

 *still active in 2011 playoffs


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10 Responses to “Packers aiming for 30”

  1. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 11, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers will remind the World Sunday of just how good they are. Go Pack Go.. Hunt…

  2. By Bob on Jan 12, 2012 | Reply

    DEFENSE,We need You Sunday VS “new york football giant’s”.

  3. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 12, 2012 | Reply

    Rodgers and the Packer Offense will confuse and frustrate the Giant defense. The questions surrounding the Packer Defense and the ability of Dom Capers will finally be answered. Critics of the Packers Offensive line and the Pack’s ability to move the ball on the ground and protect Aaron Rodgers will be silenced. On Sunday the Pack will demonstate why they are the World Champions. Go Pack Go

  4. By montanapackfan on Jan 13, 2012 | Reply

    Is anyone else tired of the media world’s man-crush over Tebow? Don’t get me wrong; in a world where non-believers do exist and faith in God dwindles sadly each day, Tebow’s resurrection is this area is awesome. Still one cannot even watch the national news in a given day without a Tebow discussion. The Packers are defending Super Bowl champions holding the best record for the 2011 season yet if you knew nothing of football and blindly accessed sport or national news, you could easily be led to think that the Broncos were the champs. I for one am throwing out the red flag challenging the media’s blatant coverage of Tebow when all indications are that this is still a team sport and there have been many sports fans lodging complaints with ESPN’s Tebow worship. ESPN’s response is “This is what the fans want” to which I say what fans…Denver or is this a rising percentage of NFL fans flocking to the Tebow alter?

    Everyone loves the David and Goliath story where the small whips the huge beast. Last year’s Packer story was just that kind of theme too, where against many odds…the Packers defied plenty of doubters and claimed the Lombardi. But what I don’t remember in all of the hype that led to last year’s Packer story is the regular news rushing forth to cover our beloved Pack. It makes me wonder whether they are obsessed with Tebow’s faith or his football skills.

    In the immortal words of Vince Lombardi “The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual.” Headlines Sunday night read “Packers win playoff game number 30.”

    Roll on Green Roll on

  5. By montanapackfan on Jan 13, 2012 | Reply

    @ Big Cheese

    Very nicely put Big Cheese, I cannot concur more. The lack of coverage and near dismissal of Green Bay’s chances of beating the Giants let alone repeating as champions are very interesting. I listened to Mike and Mike this morning on TV here and Green picks the Giants but Golic stayed with our Pack. I remember last year when Golic picked the Pack to win the SB before the season even started; not that I think he’s some kind of fortune teller….just saying. I cannot recall who Golic picked to win this year but he should have bet on the Green if he wants to keep his streak alive.

    Roll on Green Roll on

  6. By GMtom on Jan 14, 2012 | Reply

    Respectfully Big Cheese/montanapackfan your O line is horrible, your Quarterback however is amazing his ability to throw the three step drop is probably the best I can remember, Marino, Montana and Brady come to mind, he is the reason you guys probably win, However if our corners can play bump and run with your receivers your O line will be exposed and this game will have you asking what just happen. I respect your Franchise but go GGGGGGGGGGMEN

    PS TEBOW WHO????
    Enjoy the Game Fellas

    Enjoy the Game Fellas

  7. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 14, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers really don’t seem to be getting much respect, even after having won 21 of 22 games. The offensive line has had some challenges during the season, partly due to injuries, but also because of inexperience. There have been games when they have pulled it together, and being healthy now I think they will perform well tomorrow. And Rodgers, with his intelligence, mobility, and quick release is the answer to this “amazing” defensive front four of the Giants who we keep hearing about. I’m feeling pretty confident in the Pack. I think this will be one to remember. Thanks for exhibiting some class GMtom and you also, enjoy the games. Montana, keep up the good work. Go Pack Go….

  8. By Mark van kessel on Jan 14, 2012 | Reply

    The packers can win the division game get to the CBS ship game be either 49ers or saints pa ckers will win two championship an win another super bowl.from mark.vkfarve@ail.com

  9. By montanapackfan on Jan 14, 2012 | Reply

    @ GMtom

    Having allowed a dismal 41 sacks through the regular season I must agree (GMtom) our O line has proven a tad “leaky.” Rodgers was sacked four times alone in the KC loss which without any turnovers by the Packer D, turned out in the end a successful blueprint to ending our streak. Couple that with KC’s bump-and-run coverage in this loss and a flat performance on both sides of the ball…well the score says it all really.
    Still through all those sacks and hits Rodgers managed to throw for 45 TD’s with only 6 INT’s not to mention breaking a number of impressive records along the way in fifteen games. But we will take our underdog status as we assumed last year. While the media and NFL fans focus on the hot teams and Tebow ad nausea, we will bring our skill tempered with humility and purpose and find the necessary will to prevail.
    Just as every move in chess has a counter so goes an offense to stifle bump-and-run (BNR). McCarthy will motion our receivers, bunch, pick, and cross them to create openings against the BNR. When the pressure is too fast there is Jermichael Finley. What to do with this TE, you won’t know when he’s blocking for the run or heading to the flat and the Grant/Starks combo though less potent than NY’s tandem RB’s…is still something NY’s LB’s will have to honor. Still when you add all this together…talent for talent, I think the match is pretty even and should make for a memorable game. There are two x-factors though with Rodgers running and Capers changing what teams are accustomed too. The GB D on film is not what you will see this Sunday. Add the intelligence of Rodgers (as Big Cheese points out) his precise passing and key injured players returning and this IMHO spells trouble for the boys from the big apple. I must echo Big Cheese’s kudo’s for your graciousness (GMtom) in commenting in this blog…it is very refreshing since a few NY fans have gone way beyond rude.
    To quote one of football’s legends the immortal Vince Lombardi, “The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will.” When the clock expires Sunday at Lambeau our will; will be the difference. Enjoy the game GMtom—

    Roll on Green Roll on

  10. By Lil Packer Fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    i think the packers will go to the super bowl and win. i will be wareing my fedora cheese head.

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