From 2008 to 2021, they have ten seasons with at least ten victories and have made the playoffs in all instances.
They have also had 13 wins in each of the three seasons Matt LaFleur has coached.
The Packers have also made it to five NFC Championship Games and won Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers in that span.
Those victories helped them to own the highest winning percentage in NFL history.
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Their 57.2 winning percentage is a bit higher than the Dallas Cowboys’ 57.1.
Rounding up the top five are the New England Patriots (56.2), the Chicago Bears, and the Baltimore Ravens (tied at 56 percent)
Completing the top ten are the Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers, and San Francisco 49ers.
Aside from their consistent run during the Rodgers era, it also helps that the Packers dominated during the 1920s and 1930s with Curly Lambeau as their head coach.
Then there’s the Vince Lombardi era wherein they won four NFL Championships and the first two Super Bowls.
Fast forward to the 1990s and Brett Favre brought the Packers back to relevance.
Rodgers was able to sustain what Favre started, giving them a reign of greatness that stretches over three decades.
Will The Packers Remain On Top?
The Cowboys have a team that could win many games in 2022.
On the contrary, losing Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders might reduce Green Bay’s number of victories.
But they always have a chance to win every time Rodgers takes the field.
He might not have his top target for a long time anymore but he finds ways to drive the ball downfield.