Top Plays Countdown
The Packers pummeled the Vikings in primetime to clinch the top seed in the NFC.
The Packers beat up the high-flying Rams offense last Sunday, sending LA home with a 36-28 loss.
A decimated Packers team staggered into Glendale and came out on top 24-21 behind a few unlikely heroes.
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The Packers ground out another tough win vs. the Bengals in week 5. Now it’s time to pick our top plays.
The Packers continued to roll on their way to a 27-17 victory over the Steelers on the backs of Randall Cobb and Aaron Rodgers’ mind-meld.
The Packers fully returned to form this week as they defeated the San Francisco 49ers 30-28 in Santa Clara. Which play will reign supreme from the big win?
The top two seeds used their first-round byes to their advantage as Desmond Howard’s kickoff return in Super Bowl XXXI faces off against Bart Starr’s game-winning touchdown in the Ice Bowl.
A round of blowouts in the quarterfinals pushes three favorites and a rather large underdog into the semifinal round.
The Elite Eight gets underway as chalk ruled the day in round 2. Will "4th and 8" continue to roll? Or could Antonio Freeman’s improbable catch pull off the upset as the last play unrelated to the playoffs?
As the second round comes to a close, we examine matchups between multiple classic Packers playoff moments
Our tournament for the best Packers plays of all time moves on to Round 2 as the favorites prevailed in Round 1
We head towards the end of Round 1 as special teams get their day in the sun and Aaron Rodgers’ run of Hail Marys continues.
Best Packers Plays of All Time Bracket, Day 2: An NFC North Dagger enters the bracket along with an iconic Super Bowl XLV moment
Our bracket rolls on as we enter Day 2 of voting on the top plays in Packers history.
Join us as we vote on the greatest plays in Packers history and determine the champion of all Packers plays.
A massive, momentum-changing turnover helped deliver the Packers a huge road victory early on in the 2020 season, and it’s our pick for top play of the year.
Although he made only one appearance in the top ten, several of the plays that narrowly missed the cut on our countdown feature All-Pro receiver Davante Adams.
Green Bay controlled the Rams most of the game in their Divisional Round matchup, but L.A. kept hanging around. A perfectly called and executed play sealed the game and a second straight trip to the NFC Championship Game
The Eagles tried to claw back into their Week 13 matchup with the Packers, but Aaron Jones slammed the door.
The sweetest one yard touchdown pass you’ll ever see.
It’s hard to find a bigger catch in a bigger moment than this one, despite the end result. The bright upside of Marquez Valdes-Scantling shines against Indianapolis.
Big Dog, big play, big game. Marcedes Lewis’ smooth adjustment for touchdown helped the Packers beat the Saints to move to 3-0 and get an early tiebreaker that would come in handy late in the year.
A second-quarter turnover leading directly to points helped to quickly cement a rivalry game victory for the Packers.
MVS helps the Packers steal a game and avoid embarrassment.
To kick off our countdown, a receiver who has struggled with drops makes a tremendous contested catch to give the Packers a lead in a divisional game on the road.
Aaron Jones made three appearances on the top ten, but it was his backfield running mate who was on the receiving end of number one. Here’s the breakdown of the full voting results that led to our top ten.
There are few if any good photos of this play, which looked like an ordinary third-down throwaway but became so much more. Here’s our pick for the best play of the Packers’ 2019 season.
Bears fans and media said Adrian Amos was just run-defending a box safety. Then he made the game-sealing play to beat Chicago in Week 1. And guess what? It wasn’t a run play in the box.
During Week 5, Aaron Jones had a monster game to accompany the #3 play of the season.
With every other receiver rendered ineffective, Lazard worked his way into the game for his first major action and showed everyone why he’s now a breakout candidate.
The Vikings were storming back in week 2, but a clutch interception in the endzone ended the game.
Two oft-maligned linebackers combined to secure a win that became vital for playoff seeding.
It was vintage Aaron Rodgers and peak Davante Adams, and it helped solidify a win against a familiar playoff foe. Though it wasn’t quite the clincher, this beautiful throw and catch was instantly legendary.
Clinching the division in Minnesota was the best Christmas gift the Packers could have given their fans.