Decade Statistics

Season of '09

Record

11-5-0 (.688)

Second in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Wild Card Playoff

Arizona Cardinals (@AZ), L 51-45 OT

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

D. Driver, WR

C. Clifton, LT

D. Colledge, LG

S. Wells, C

J. Sitton, RG

M. Tauscher, RT

A. Barbre, RT

D. Lee, TE

J. Finley, TE

G. Jennings, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

R. Grant, RB

J. Kuhn, FB

J. Jolly, LDE

R. Pickett, NT

C. Jenkins, RDE

A. Kampman, LOLB

B. Jones, LOLB

A. Hawk, BLB

N. Barnett, MLB

C. Matthews, ROLB

C. Woodson, LCB

A. Harris, RCB

T. Williams, RCB

A. Bigby, SS

N. Collins, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '10

Record

10-6-0 (.625)

Second in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Wild Card Playoff

Philadelphia Eagles (@PHI), W 21-16

NFC Divisional Playoff

Atlanta Falcons (@ATL), W 48-21

NFC Championship

Chicago Bears (@CHI), W 21-14

Super Bowl XLV

Pittsburgh Steelers (@DAL), W 31-25

45 Super Bowl XLV

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

D. Driver, WR

C. Clifton, LT

D. Colledge, LG

S. Wells, C

J. Sitton, RG

B. Bulaga, RT

M. Tauscher, RT

D. Lee, TE

J. Finley, TE

G. Jennings, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

B. Jackson, RB

K. Hall, FB

Q. Johnson, FB

R. Pickett, LDE

B. Raji, NT

C. Jenkins, RDE

C. Matthews, LOLB

A. Hawk, BLB

D. Bishop, MLB

N. Barnett, MLB

F. Zombo, ROLB

B. Jones, ROLB

C. Woodson, LCB

T. Williams, RCB

C. Peprah, SS

M. Burnett, SS

N. Collins, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '11

Record

15-1-0 (.938)

First in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Divisional Playoff

New York Giants (@GB), L 37-20

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

D. Driver, WR

M. Newhouse, LT

C. Clifton, LT

T. Lang, LG

S. Wells, C

J. Sitton, RG

B. Bulaga, RT

J. Finley, TE

G. Jennings, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

R. Grant, RB

J. Kuhn, FB

R. Pickett, LDE

B. Raji, NT

H. Green, RDE
J. Wynn, RDE

C. Matthews, LOLB

A. Hawk, BLB

D. Bishop, MLB

E. Walden, ROLB

C. Woodson, LCB

T. Williams, RCB

C. Peprah, SS

M. Burnett, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '12

Record

11-5-0 (.688)

First in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Wild Card Playoff

Minnesota Vikings (@GB), W 24-10

NFC Divisional Playoff

San Francisco 49ers (@SF), L 45-31

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

G. Jennings, WR

J. Jones, WR

M. Newhouse, LT

T. Lang, LG

J. Saturday, C

J. Sitton, RG

B. Bulaga, RT

D. Barclay, RT

J. Finley, TE

J. Nelson, WR

R. Cobb, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

C. Benson, RB

A. Green, RB

J. Kuhn, FB

R. Pickett, LDE

B. Raji, NT

C. Wilson, RDE

N. Perry, LOLB

E. Walden, LOLB

A. Hawk, BLB

D. Smith, MLB

B. Jones, MLB

C. Matthews, ROLB

T. Williams, LCB

S. Shields, RCB

C. Hayward, RCB

C. Woodson, SS

M. Burnett, FS

M. Jennings, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '13

Record

8-7-1 (.531)

First in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Wild Card Playoff

San Francisco 49ers (@GB), L 23-20

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

J. Nelson, WR

D. Bakhtiari, LT

J. Sitton, LG

E. Dietrich-Smith, C

T. Lang, RG

D. Barclay, RT

J. Finley, TE

A. Quarless, TE

J. Jones, WR

J. Boykin, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

E. Lacy, RB

J. Kuhn, FB

B. Raji, LDE

R. Pickett, NT

J. Jolly, RDE

M. Neal, LOLB

N. Perry, LOLB

A. Hawk, BLB

B. Jones, MLB

C. Matthews, ROLB

T. Williams, LCB

S. Shields, RCB

M. Burnett, SS

M. Jennings, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '14

Record

12-4-0 (.750)

First in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Divisional Playoff

Dallas Cowboys (@GB), W 26-21

NFC Championship

Seattle Seahawks (@SEA), L 28-22 OT

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

J. Nelson, WR

D. Bakhtiari, LT

J. Sitton, LG

C. Linsley, C

T. Lang, RG

B. Bulaga, RT

A. Quarless, TE

R. Rodgers, TE

R. Cobb, WR

D. Adams, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

E. Lacy, RB

J. Kuhn, FB

J. Boyd, LDE

L. Guion, NT

M. Daniels, RDE

J. Peppers, LOLB

A. Hawk, BLB

S. Barrington, MLB

C. Matthews, ROLB

N. Perry, ROLB

T. Williams, LCB

S. Shields, RCB

M. Burnett, SS

H. Clinton-Dix, FS

M. Hyde, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '15

Record

10-6-0 (.625)

Second in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Wild Card Playoff

Washington Redskins (@WAS), W 35-18

NFC Divisional Playoff

Arizona Cardinals (@AZ), L 26-20 OT

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

R. Cobb, WR

D. Bakhtiari, LT

J. Sitton, LG

C. Linsley, C

T. Lang, RG

B. Bulaga, RT

R. Rodgers, TE

J. Jones, WR

D. Adams, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

E. Lacy, RB

J. Kuhn, FB

M. Daniels, DT

B. Raji, NT

M. Neal, LOLB

N. Palmer, BLB

C. Matthews, MLB

J. Peppers, ROLB

D. Randall, LCB

S. Shields, RCB

C. Hayward, CB

M. Burnett, SS

H. Clinton-Dix, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '16

Record

10-6-0 (.625)

First in NFC North

Playoff Results

NFC Wild Card Playoff

New York Giants (@GB), W 38-13

NFC Divisional Playoff

Dallas Cowboys (@DAL), W 34-31

NFC Championship

Atlanta Falcons (@ATL), L 44-21

Head Coach

Primary Starters

J. Nelson, WR

D. Bakhtiari, LT

L. Taylor, LG

C. Linsley, C

T. Lang, RG

B. Bulaga, RT

J. Cook, TE

R. Rodgers, TE

R. Cobb, WR

D. Adams, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

T. Montgomery, RB

A. Ripkowski, FB

M. Daniels, DT

L. Guion, NT

J. Peppers, LOLB

N. Perry, LOLB

J. Ryan, ILB

B. Martinez, ILB

J. Thomas, ILB

C. Matthews, ROLB

D. Randall, LCB

L. Gunter, RCB

M. Hyde, CB

M. Burnett, SS

H. Clinton-Dix, FS

Decade Statistics

Season of '17

Record

7-9-0 (.437)

Third in NFC North

Head Coach

Mike McCarthy

Primary Starters

D. Adams, WR

D. Bakhtiari, LT

L. Taylor, LG

C. Linsley, C

J. Evans, RG

B. Bulaga, RT

J. McCray, RT

J. Spriggs, RT

M. Bennett, TE

L. Kendricks, TE

R. Cobb, WR

J. Nelson, WR

A. Rodgers, QB

B. Hundley, QB

T. Montgomery, RB

A. Jones, RB

J. Williams, RB

D. Lowry, DE

M. Daniels, DT

K. Clark, NT

C. Matthews, LOLB

J. Ryan, ILB

B. Martinez, ILB

N. Perry, ROLB

D. Randall, LCB

D. House, LCB

K. King, RCB

D. Randall, RCB

M. Burnett, SS

J. Jones, SS

H. Clinton-Dix, FS

Back In The Day

Back In The Day In 2009

Oscar Best Actor

Jeff Bridges

Oscar - Best Actor

Sandra Bullock

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Avatar

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Boom Boom Pow

#1 Song by Black Eyed Peas

President

$2.35

Price of Gas

Back In The Day In 2010

Oscar Best Actor

Colin Firth

Oscar - Best Actor

Natalie Portman

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Toy Story 3

#1 Movie

#1 Song

TiK ToK

#1 Song by Ke$ha

Population

104,057

Population of Green Bay

Back In The Day In 2011

Oscar Best Actor

Jean Dujardin

Oscar - Best Actor

Meryl Streep

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Rolling In The Deep

#1 Song by Adele

President

Barack Obama

President

Back In The Day In 2012

Oscar Best Actor

Daniel Day-Lewis

Oscar - Best Actor

Jennifer Lawrence

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

The Avengers

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Somebody That I Used To Know

#1 Song by Gotye (feat. Kimbra)

President

$3.64

Price of Gas

Back In The Day In 2013

Oscar Best Actor

Matthew McConaughey

Oscar - Best Actor

Cate Blanchett

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Frozen

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Thrift Shop

#1 Song by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

President

316.23 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 2014

Oscar Best Actor

Eddie Redmayne

Oscar - Best Actor

Julianne Moore

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Transformers: Age of Extinction

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Happy

#1 Song by Pharrell Williams

Population

104,873

Population of Green Bay

Back In The Day In 2015

Oscar Best Actor

Leonardo DiCaprio

Oscar - Best Actor

Brie Larson

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Uptown Funk!

#1 Song by Mark Ronson (feat. Bruno Mars)

President

$2.45

Price of Gas

Back In The Day In 2016

Oscar Best Actor

Casey Affleck

Oscar - Best Actor

Emma Stone

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Captain America: Civil War

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Love Yourself

#1 Song by Justin Bieber

Population

105,139

Population of Green Bay

Back In The Day In 2017

Oscar Best Actor

Gary Oldman

Oscar - Best Actor

Frances McDormand

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Shape of You

#1 Song by Ed Sheeran

President

325.72 million

US Population

Highlights

Run of Consistency

A franchise-record eight straight playoff appearances included the team’s 13th world championship, a Super Bowl XLV triumph that culminated an all-road playoff run in 2010, a season that seemed on the brink due to injuries multiple times yet the Packers never succumbed.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers won two MVP awards, and may not be done yet, while making the Hail Mary one of his many signature plays. He led Green Bay to the verge of another Super Bowl twice, losing in heartbreaking fashion in Seattle in 2014 and again in Atlanta in 2016 to conclude a remarkable eight-game winning streak that saw the Packers nearly “run the table” from a precarious 4-6 position.

But most recently, Rodgers’ second broken collarbone in five years ended the playoff streak and led to a change in the power structure atop the football operation, and an overhaul of the coaching staff, as Green Bay looks to reload for season No. 100.

Players

Clay Matthews

LB
# 52

Mason Crosby

K
# 2

Randall Cobb

WR
# 18

David Bakhtiari

T
# 69

Josh Sitton

G
# 71

James Jones

WR
# 89

Aaron Rodgers

QB
# 12

Mike Daniels

DT
# 76

Jordy Nelson

WR
# 87

Davante Adams

WR
# 17

Tramon Williams

CB
# 38

Bryan Bulaga

T
# 75

T.J. Lang

G
# 70

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

S
# 21

Defining Moments