Packers Legend Charles Woodson Has Brutal Assessment of Green Bay's NFC Championship Game Failure

Green Bay Packers legend Charles Woodson offered up his opinion on the team's rough outing Sunday.
Green Bay Packers legend Charles Woodson offered up his opinion on the team's rough outing Sunday.

Charles Woodson was with the Green Bay Packers from 2006-2012 and won a Super Bowl during his tenure.

Yet he also dealt with a lot of painful playoff losses, and his last in Green Bay came against the San Francisco 49ers in the 2012 season. That game was on Woodson's mind as he watched Sunday's game between both teams.

Woodson is referencing a 45-31 loss to the 49ers in which the San Francisco offense put up insane numbers.

Colin Kaepernick threw for 263 yards and ran for another 181 in that complete gashing on the ground. Frank Gore had 119 rushing yards of his own, and the Packers offense just couldn't keep up in the shootout.

The only difference this time around is that Jimmy Garoppolo has barely had to throw the ball, because the 49ers have enjoyed a comfortable lead for most of the game. This current 49ers defense is much better than the one that allowed 31 to the Packers when Woodson was still playing.

No matter what the Packers have done throughout the past decade, the 49ers seem to be the team's kryptonite in the postseason.