The Green Bay Packers have had some of the most iconic teams and Super Bowl victories in history. From the legendary coaching of Vince Lombardi to evergreen quarterback Brett Favre, we somehow managed to rank the most iconic Packers seasons in history.
This season was fantastic, but it's just not on the same level as the Packers' other winning years. Brett Favre had just retired, ending his tenure in Minnesota, and Aaron Rodgers seized the opportunity to prove himself. Rodgers brought home the Lombardi Trophy and a fourth ring for the franchise despite only going 10–6 during the regular season.
Vince Lombardi concluded his career with the Packers on a high note. The team went 9–4–1 and won the World Championship in resounding fashion, capturing this one 33–14. Veteran quarterback Bart Starr led the team and earned himself the Super Bowl MVP award. It was the end of the Packers' success for a while — they didn't even have a winning season the next year — which made the 67–68 year even sweeter.
Bart Starr really made a name for himself when he earned his first Super Bowl MVP award in the '67 Super Bowl. On top of that, the Packers defense was truly insane this season, leading the league for the least points allowed. Six of their opponents during the regular season scored less than 10 points, and four didn't even score a touchdown.
This team was arguably one of the best teams in the history of the NFL. Quarterback Brett Favre was the shining star of this squad, passing for 3,899 yards and leading the team to the first and only Super Bowl victory of his career. However, the Packers were stacked across the board, leading the league in both points scored and least points allowed, not to mention special teams stud and Super Bowl MVP Desmond Howard.