Packers can tie Patriots’ NFL record with 37th postseason win in franchise history

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The Green Bay Packers won their first postseason game in 1936, when they beat Boston in the NFL Championship Game. Today the Packers can earn their 37th postseason win.

If they do, they’ll tie the Patriots for the most franchise postseason wins in NFL history.

The Patriots have 37 postseason wins in their franchise history, with 30 of them coming when Tom Brady, whom the Packers will face today, was their quarterback.

The Packers and Steelers are currently tied with 36 postseason wins in franchise history. The Cowboys are next with 35 postseason wins, followed by the 49ers with 32.

If the Packers beat the Buccaneers today for their 37th postseason win, they’ll then go for a record-setting No. 38, as well as their 14th championship, in Super Bowl LV.

38 responses to “Packers can tie Patriots’ NFL record with 37th postseason win in franchise history

  1. If they win today, Matt LeFleur will have more postseason wins than Mike Zimmer. Let that sink in.

  2. Packer fans that beat their chests about records are funny.
    How hard was it to win championships when there were six teams in existence?

  3. So it will take Gb to accomplish since 1919 what the patriots did since about 1990. Got it

  4. Aaron Rodgers is 1-3 in the NFC Championship game, and the only quarterback he ever beat was a backup

  5. charliewaffles2020 says:
    January 24, 2021 at 7:55 am
    So it will take Gb to accomplish since 1919 what the patriots did since about 1990. Got it

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    Actually 1960. Pats fans seem to forget the lean years. And don’t count them.

  6. Buccaneers players looking outside right now. Snow falling. 22 degrees. Yesterday at this time they were in 70 degree weather. They better be at 100% with their psychological game. It will be 28 degrees at kickoff. Go Pack!

  7. Aaron Rodgers, age 37, playoff career: 11-8

    Tom Brady, since turning 37, playoff career: 14-3

  8. Wow. Brady has nearly as many playoff wins as the Packers, Steelers and Cowboys? That is an amazing stat.

  9. Brady is 4-0 in playoff games he started when the temperature is below 32 degrees. GOOOO BUCS!

  10. Brady is amazing. Packers are the Yankees of football.

    Tampa people: You need ten yards for a “first down” and a touchdown is 6 points.

  11. That’s a nice mark. But just look at how long it took New England to hit 37 wins vs. Green Bay. What New England has done over the last 2 decades is greater than any other franchise in NFL history and only San Francisco in the 80s/early 0s comes close.

  12. For those downplaying GB playing when the were only 6 or 8 teams remember GB was a small town team competing with New York, Chicago major cities. New England won most of theirs when the playoffs expanded to let almost 30 percent of the teams in the playoffs thus allowing a team to add 3 or 4 wins to the playoff total each year. Apple’s to orange’s.

  13. It is true that the Packers won many of their championships when there were fewer teams in the league. There were never as few as six teams, as one commenter posted, but there were a fraction of the number of current teams. It is much more difficult to win a championship today than it was in the 1930s or 1960s.

    As far as playoff wins go, also remember that far fewer teams made the playoffs until fairly recently, and there weren’t as many rounds of playoffs. So the Packers would actually have a significantly greater number playoff victories if the NFL had used the current playoff format during the decades when the Packers were dominant.

  14. The most beloved team in NFL history is also the most successful, with a NFL record 13 glorious World Championships. This level of greatness truly is humbling.

    Congratulations to the team, the city, and the world’s best fans!

  15. icouldcareless says:
    January 24, 2021 at 9:13 am
    Aaron Rodgers is 1-3 in the NFC Championship game, and the only quarterback he ever beat was a backup

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    so its aaron rodgers fault Cutler quit on his team in teh 3rd quarter of that game.

  16. The idea that championships were won when they were only 6 teams in the league was easy is foolish. Can you imagine the quality of play today if the NFL consisted of only 6 teams. The caliber of play would be awesome for those 6 franchises.

  17. And if Green Bay wins the next two weeks it’ll be 14 championships to the Patriots’ 6.

  18. Cowboy’s with 35, hmmm, imagine if they had only been able to do anything the last 25 years.

    Thanks Jerry

  19. No such thing as “former” Patriots fans. That’s for disgruntled Steelers fans to whine about. Everyone in New England is obviously still rooting for the best player in the history of the league to beat the “I’m talented” but underachieving guy.

    Patriots fans will allow for a rebuild under the greatest coach in the game while still basking in the bright glow of the most dominant 20 year period in all of sports.

  20. Meanwhile, the team with sole possession of most playoff losses in NFL history has ZERO championships in mitigation of this ignominious record, but their QB does stupid little dances for the peeps so it’s all good.

  21. soisaystotheguyi says:
    January 24, 2021 at 11:19 am
    And if Green Bay wins the next two weeks it’ll be 14 championships to the Patriots’ 6.
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    Packers won their first three by league standing (1929, 1930 and 1931), and 10 since the NFL’s playoff system was established in 1933 (1936, 1939, 1944, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1996 and 2010). I mean 13 is greater than 6 but 9 were NFL championships before the SB era. Since then NE has won 6 to the Packs 4 while NE has been to 11 Super Bowls to GB 5.

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