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Take A look at Green Bay Packers Super Bowl History



The Packers, a member of NFL’s North Division pretty clearly tops the chart when it comes to championship titles. The franchise has 13 league championships to its name, more than any other in the history of NFL. Packers are the only team to win three straight championships and that two twice. Let’s check out Green Bay Packers Super Bowl History.

Since the intro of the playoff system, Green Bay Packers have played 13 NFL title second to only the New York Giants. The Green Bay Packers Super Bowl run has been pretty much a bright one. The team won the first two Super Bowls in 1966 and 1967 by beating Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders. Later the team added two more Super Bowl titles in 1996 and 2010.
Let’s have a look at the four Super Bowl title wins of the Green Bay Packers.

1966 Green Bay Packers vs Kansas City Chiefs

The records of Super Bowl started with this game in 1967. The Super Bowl I was the world championship game between the NFL and AFL champions. The NFL champions Green Bay Packers and the AFL champions Kansas City Chiefs battled for the title on January 15, 1967, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, California.

The enmity between the Packers and the Chiefs was high entering into the game. The Chiefs outplayed the Packers in the total yards for the first half. They led the score 14-10 at the half time. The second half went for the Packers where they scored 21 points triggered since a turnover by the opponents. The quarterback Bart Starr came off as the MVP with the completion of 16 out of 23 passes for 150 yards. He also scored two touchdowns with an interception. Packers won the game 35-10.

1967 Green Bay Packers vs Oakland Raiders

The winners of the Super Bowl I contested the immediate successor title game as well. In the Super Bowl II, the Packers were to play against the Oakland Raiders. The two teams faced off on January 14, 1968, at the Orange Bowl, Miami.

The Super Bowl II game brought just what everybody was expecting. The Green Bay dominated for the most of the game. The Raiders could only score two touchdowns compared to the four by the Packers. Three of those four came in the first half, and the last was the Herb Adderley’s 60-yard interception return managing a touchdown. Green Bay won the game 33-14. Bart Starr again won the MVP as he completed 13 of the 24 passes for 202 yards and scored a touchdown.

1996 Green Bay Packers vs New England Patriots

The 1996 Super Bowl marked the 13th straight win of the NFC over the AFC. Green Bay Packers took on the New England Patriots on January 26, 1997, at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans.

The game recorded 24 combined points just in the very first quarter, most in any of the Super Bowls. The second quarter saw the then record touchdown pass of 81-yard by Favre to Freeman. Packers scored 17 unanswered points there. The Patriots tried to make it up in the third quarter. Curtis Martins 18-yard touchdown took the score to 27-21. The last points scored in the game was a Super Bowl record of that time which was a 99-yard touchdown by Desmond Howard. Packers won the Super Bowl XXXI 35-21.

2010 Green Bay Packers vs Pittsburgh Steelers

The last Super Bowl victory for the Green Bay Packer happened in the Super Bowl XLV. The Packers took on the Pittsburgh Steelers this time around. The teams locked horns on February 6, 2011, at Cowboys Stadium, Texas.

The 2010 Super Bowl game was a faceoff for a team with most NFL championships against a team with most Super Bowl wins. Green Bay proved dominant over the first half with a 21-3 lead. Steelers quickly came up to make it 21-10 just at the end of the half time. In the second half, Steelers remedied the score even more and turned it to 28-25. Finally, Mason Crosby completed a 23-yard field goal to take the Packers home with 31-25. Aaron Rodgers for his 24 out of 39 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns was the MVP.

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