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Green Bay Packers Details

The Green Bay Packers are synonymous with victory and playoff glory. Every year, 32 NFL teams compete for the Vince Lombardi Trophy to prove themselves as the best football team in the world. It’s hardly a secret: the namesake of the Super Bowl trophy belongs to the former Packers coach. Lombardi led Green Bay to win the first two Super Bowls -- the franchise’s tenth and eleventh championships.

Lombardi’s Packers dominated the 1960s. Bart Starr led under center; Starr became the first in a lineage of elite Green Bay quarterbacks. Willie Davis, at defensive end, was also gifted, raking in sacks and fumbles and proving an ideal complement to Starr’s brilliant offense. The team won five championships from 1961 to 1967, including the first two Super Bowls in 1966 (35-10, versus the Kansas City Chiefs) and 1967 (aka the Ice Bowl, 33-14 versus the Oakland Raiders).

Green Bay then fell on some hard times until trading for quarterback Brett Favre in 1992. Favre led the franchise to playoff appearances in 1993 and 1994, an NFC Championship appearance in 1995 (his first of three consecutive MVP seasons), and Super Bowl appearances in 1996 and 1997.

Super Bowl XXXI, in 1996, matched the Packers against the New England Patriots, two franchises in the heat of revival. Favre matchup up against Drew Bledsoe, another young gunslinger. The two squads came out firing, and the 24 combined first-quarter points were a record at the time. The one-two punch of an 81-yard touchdown pass to receiver Antonio Freeman and return Specialist Desmond Howard’s 99-yard kickoff return-for-touchdown proved too much for the Pats. Green Bay won Super Bowl XXXI, 35-21.

Aaron Rodgers, next up in the Packers QB history, picked up right where Favre left off.

Rodgers took over in 2008, and by 2010 led the Packers to Super Bowl XLV against the six-time Lombardi champs Pittsburgh Steelers. Green Bay dominated the first half, but Pittsburgh muscled back. 28-25 Green Bay, under-half the fourth quarter left. Kicker Mason Crosby iced the win with two-minutes to go. Final Score: 31-25 Packers. Rodgers won Super Bowl MVP, and Green Bay won their fourth Super Bowl and 13th championship over all.

Call it Green Bay Greatness -- the Packers are always in the conversation. And with a winning legacy and proclivity for discovering franchise talent, expect Green Bay to fight for their title every season.

When do Green Bay Packers Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Though exact dates change yearly, Packers playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December, when NFL teams usually clinch their postseason spots. The Packers can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or win the Wild Card, with the former almost always happening first.

How Much Do Green Bay Packers Tickets Cost?

While ticket prices vary, Packers playoff tickets average $208, with prices tending to increase the closer you are to the field and the deeper the Packers are in their playoff campaigns.