The Packers have been in the playoffs 27 years, from 1936 - 2011.
It depends on two things.... 1. What year will the Packers next be in the Super Bowl... 2. Who will have won the league playoffs to play against the Packers in that same year.... I think you are just a big Packers fan hoping that they will make it through the playoffs to be in the Super Bowl this year, good luck....
They were already in the playoffs this year and defeated by the Packers to end their Superbowl hopes.
yes faceing the green bay packers..
NFL Playoffs - 2007 Seahawks at Packers Game Highlights was released on: USA: January 2007
In the wild-card round of the NFL 2010-11 playoffs, the Green Bay Packers will play at Philadelphia on Sunday, January 9, 2011.
yes even if they lose 6 they can still win so they are automatically in the play offs since they won 11-0 in 2011
Yes on Sunday January 23,2011 the Packers won against the Bears 21-14!
The Packers have been to the playoffs 25 times since the NFL started holding a post-season in 1932. They also have 12 Championships - the most in the NFL.
It would depend on their record and wild-card ranking and the records of the four division winners in the NFC.
Brett Favre played 16 seasons with the Packers (1992-2007). The Packers made the playoffs 11 times (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007).
As of the 2nd game of the 2009-10 season the Packers have won 671 games (including playoffs)
The Packers lead the series 51-48-1, including playoffs.
the 16 best teams. they play in the playoffs.
The Packers play in Lambeau field which is in Green Bay Wisconsin.
In their history, the Green Bay Packers have won 730 games, including regular season and playoffs/championships.
Philadelphia Eagles who defeated the Packers, 17-13, in the 1960 NFL Championship game.
No they're not in the same division.The NFL Playoffs consists of three rounds (Wild Card, Division and Conference). The Packers did beat the Steelers once in the postseason (Super Bowl XLV).
the Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers