Crow about it, Packers, you made it to the NFC title game. Now let's look back at the key moments that got you there.
Jan. 15: Packers 48, Falcons 21
Aaron Rodgers’ name is on everyone’s lips after the way he directed the Pack in the divisional round. Rodgers went 31 for 36 for 366 yards and 3 TDs.
Jan. 9: Packers 21, Eagles 16
The Packers found an unexpected running attack in their wild-card playoff win. Rookie James Starks, who barely carried the ball during the regular season, rushed for a career-high 123 yards.
Dec. 26: Packers 45, Giants 17
Did Aaron Rodgers have any lingering effects from a concussion? Clearly not. He racked up 404 passing yards against the Giants.
Jan. 2: Packers 10, Bears 3
The Bears want to play grind-it-out? The Packers showed they can win at grind-it-out.
Oct. 31: Packers 9, Jets 0
If they meet again in the Super Bowl, what could the Packers take from this? The confidence that they can beat the Jets. Otherwise, it would be unlikely to have a game similar to this one, in which windy conditions grounded much of the passing attack for both teams.
Sept. 27: Bears 20, Packers 17
The Packers learned that the Bears weren’t going to buy into the hype that wanted to award the NFC North to Green Bay before a ball had been snapped.
Nov. 21: Packers 31, Vikings 3
This victory served to exorcise any remaining Brett Favre ghosts that may have been floating around. Aaron Rodgers thoroughly outplayed his predecessor, and Green Bay eliminated any faint playoff hopes the Vikings had left.
Sept. 12: Packers 27, Eagles 20
The Packers’ opening victory was overshadowed by the welcome-back party for Michael Vick. But winning in Philadelphia is the kind of thing a contending team has to do. Just as significant was the injury to Ryan Grant that put him and most of the Packers’ running game out for the season.
Oct. 24: Packers 28, Vikings 24
If they didn’t win this one, the Pack would have been on a three-game losing streak. Former Green Bay deity Brett Favre nearly beat the Packers with a late TD pass, but the apparent catch by Percy Harvin was ruled incomplete on review.
Nov. 7: Packers 45, Cowboys 7
Yes, the Cowboys were falling apart, but Aaron Rodgers put in the kind of performance that has defined his season: 27 for 34, 298 yards, three TDs, no interceptions.