Sunday’s N.F.C. championship is Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers’s 20th career playoff game, which includes a 4-0 postseason run to a Super Bowl title in the 2010 season. But the Packers’ record with Rodgers under center has been mediocre at best since the Super Bowl victory.
The Packers have been 7-7 in the playoffs since 2010, including three losses in conference championship games. While each of the conference games were on the road, the last two, in San Francisco after the 2019 regular season and Atlanta three years earlier, were blowouts. Green Bay also lost the 2014 conference championship game in overtime at Seattle, 28-22.
The Packers have also lost in the divisional round three times, at home to the Giants in 2011, at San Francisco in 2012 and at Arizona in 2015, and in the wild-card round at home against the 49ers in 2013.
Rodgers is 12-8 overall in the postseason.
Tom Brady in Conference Championships:
9-4 W-L, 18 TD, 14 INT, 6.95 Y/A, 83.3 rating
Tom Brady in Road Conf. Championships:
3-3 W-L, 6 TD, 5 INT, 6.99 Y/A, 80.9 rating
— ProFootballReference (@pfref) January 24, 2021