List of Green Bay Packers seasons

The Green Bay Packers are a professional American football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Since their founding in 1919 by Curly Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun, the Packers have played over 1,350 games in 100 seasons of competitive football. The first two seasons the Packers played against local teams in and around Wisconsin. In 1921, they became part of the American Professional Football Association, the precursor to the National Football League (NFL). In their 99 seasons, the Packers have won 13 professional American football championships (the most in NFL history), including nine NFL Championships and four Super Bowls. They have captured 18 divisional titles, eight conference championships, and recorded the second most regular season (738) and overall victories (772) of any NFL franchise, behind the Chicago Bears.

The franchise has experienced three major periods of continued success in their history. The first period of success came from 19291944, when the Packers were named NFL Champions six times. This period saw the Packers become the first dynasty of American football (1929–1931). The second period of success was between 19601967, where the Packers won five NFL Championships and the first two Super Bowls. The Packers also won three consecutive NFL Championships for the second time in franchise history (1965–1967). The most recent period of success ranges from 1993present, where the franchise has reached the playoffs 19 times, including three Super Bowl appearances, winning two in 1996 and 2010. This period included the 2011 season, where the team won 15 games, the most the Packers have won in a single season.

The Packers have also experienced periods of extended failure in their history. The two most notable times were from 19451958, where the franchise never placed higher than 3rd in the league standings and recorded the worst record of any Packers team, going 1–10–1 in 1958. The second period of continued failure occurred between 19681991, where the club only went to the playoffs twice, and recorded only six winning seasons.

The 2018 NFL season is the Packers 100th season of competitive football and 98th season as part of the NFL.

Lambeau-field
Lambeau Field, the home of the Green Bay Packers since 1957.

Season-by-season records

dagger NFL champions (1920–1966)
double-dagger Super Bowl champions (1967–present)
 Conference champions
 Division champions
Hash-tag Wild card berth
Season Team League Conference Division Regular season[a] Postseason results Awards[b][c] Head coaches
Finish W L T
1919[a] 1919 10 1 0 Curly Lambeau
1920[a] 1920 9 1 1
1921 1921 APFA 6th 3 2 1 The NFL did not hold playoff games until 1932
1922 1922 NFL 7th 4 3 3
1923 1923 NFL 3rd 7 2 1
1924 1924 NFL 6th 7 4 0
1925 1925 NFL 9th 8 5 0
1926 1926 NFL 5th 7 3 3
1927 1927 NFL 3rd 7 2 1
1928 1928 NFL 4th 6 4 3
1929 1929 NFL dagger 1st 12 0 1 Named NFL Champions (1)[b]
1930 1930 NFL dagger 1st 10 3 1 Named NFL Champions (2)[b]
1931 1931 NFL dagger 1st 12 2 0 Named NFL Champions (3)[b][c]
1932 1932 NFL 2nd 10 3 1
1933 1933 NFL West 3rd 5 7 1
1934 1934 NFL West 3rd 7 6 0
1935 1935 NFL West 2nd 8 4 0
1936 1936 NFL dagger West 1st 10 1 1 Won NFL Championship (4) (at Redskins) 21–6[d]
1937 1937 NFL West 2nd 7 4 0
1938 1938 NFL West 1st 8 3 0 Lost NFL Championship (at Giants) 17–23
1939 1939 NFL dagger West 1st 9 2 0 Won NFL Championship (5) (Giants) 27–0
1940 1940 NFL West 2nd 6 4 1
1941 1941 NFL West Section-sign 1st 10 1 0 Lost Western Divisional Playoff (at Bears) 14–33 Don Hutson (MVP)
1942 1942 NFL West 2nd 8 2 1 Don Hutson (MVP)
1943 1943 NFL West 2nd 7 2 1
1944 1944 NFL dagger West 1st 8 2 0 Won NFL Championship (6) (at Giants) 14–7
1945 1945 NFL West 3rd 6 4 0
1946 1946 NFL West 3rd 6 5 0
1947 1947 NFL West 3rd 6 5 1
1948 1948 NFL West 4th 3 9 0
1949 1949 NFL West 5th 2 10 0
1950 1950 NFL National 5th 3 9 0 Gene Ronzani
1951 1951 NFL National 5th 3 9 0
1952 1952 NFL National 4th 6 6 0
1953 1953 NFL Western 6th 2 9 1 Gene Ronzani (2-7-1)
Ray McLean, and Hugh Devore (0-2)
1954 1954 NFL Western 5th 4 8 0 Lisle Blackbourn
1955 1955 NFL Western 3rd 6 6 0
1956 1956 NFL Western 5th 4 8 0
1957 1957 NFL Western 6th 3 9 0
1958 1958 NFL Western 6th 1 10 1 Ray McLean
1959 1959 NFL Western 3rd 7 5 0 Vince Lombardi (COY) Vince Lombardi
1960 1960 NFL Western 1st 8 4 0 Lost NFL Championship (at Eagles) 17–13
1961 1961 NFL dagger Western 1st 11 3 0 Won NFL Championship (7) (Giants) 37–0 Paul Hornung (MVP)
1962 1962 NFL dagger Western 1st 13 1 0 Won NFL Championship (8) (at Giants) 16–7 Jim Taylor (MVP)
1963 1963 NFL Western 2nd 11 2 1
1964 1964 NFL Western 2nd 8 5 1
1965 1965 NFL dagger Western 1st 10 3 1 Won Western Conference Playoff (Colts) 13–10 (OT)
Won NFL Championship (9) (Browns) 23–12
1966 1966 NFL double-dagger Western 1st 12 2 0 Won NFL Championship (at Cowboys) 34–27
Won Super Bowl I (10) (vs. Chiefs) 35–10[e]
Bart Starr (MVP, SB MVP)
1967[f] 1967 NFL double-dagger Western Central 1st 9 4 1 Won Conference Playoffs (Rams) 28–7
Won NFL Championship (Cowboys) 21–17
Won Super Bowl II (11) (vs. Raiders) 33–14[g]
Bart Starr (SB MVP)
1968 1968 NFL Western Central 3rd 6 7 1 Phil Bengtson
1969 1969 NFL Western Central 3rd 8 6 0
1970 1970 NFL NFC Central[h] 3rd 6 8 0
1971 1971 NFL NFC Central 4th 4 8 2 John Brockington (OROY) Dan Devine
1972 1972 NFL NFC Central 1st 10 4 0 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Redskins) 16–3 Willie Buchanon (DROY)
1973 1973 NFL NFC Central 3rd 5 7 2
1974 1974 NFL NFC Central 3rd 6 8 0
1975 1975 NFL NFC Central 3rd 4 10 0 Bart Starr
1976 1976 NFL NFC Central 4th 5 9 0
1977 1977 NFL NFC Central 4th 4 10 0
1978 1978 NFL NFC Central 2nd 8 7 1
1979 1979 NFL NFC Central 4th 5 11 0
1980 1980 NFL NFC Central 4th 5 10 1
1981 1981 NFL NFC Central 2nd 8 8 0
1982[i] 1982 NFL NFC 3rd Hash-tag 5 3 1 Won First-round Playoffs (Cardinals) 41–16
Lost Second-round Playoffs (at Cowboys) 37–26
1983 1983 NFL NFC Central 2nd 8 8 0
1984 1984 NFL NFC Central 2nd 8 8 0 Forrest Gregg
1985 1985 NFL NFC Central 2nd 8 8 0
1986 1986 NFL NFC Central 4th 4 12 0
1987j 1987 NFL NFC Central 3rd 5 9 1
1988 1988 NFL NFC Central 5th 4 12 0 Lindy Infante
1989 1989 NFL NFC Central 2nd 10 6 0 Lindy Infante (COY)
1990 1990 NFL NFC Central 4th 6 10 0
1991 1991 NFL NFC Central 4th 4 12 0
1992 1992 NFL NFC Central 2nd 9 7 0 Mike Holmgren
1993 1993 NFL NFC Central 2nd Hash-tag 9 7 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Lions) 28–24
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 27–17
1994 1994 NFL NFC Central 2nd Hash-tag 9 7 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Lions) 16–12
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 35–9
1995 1995 NFL NFC Central 1st 11 5 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Falcons) 37–20
Won Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 27–17
Lost Conference Championship (at Cowboys) 38–27
Brett Favre (MVP, OPOY)
1996 1996 NFL double-dagger NFC Central 1st 13 3 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (49ers) 35–14[k]
Won Conference Championship (Panthers) 30–13
Won Super Bowl XXXI (12) (vs. Patriots) 35–21
Brett Favre (MVP)
Desmond Howard (SB MVP)
1997 1997 NFL NFC Central 1st 13 3 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (Buccaneers) 21–7
Won Conference Championship (at 49ers) 23–10
Lost Super Bowl XXXII (vs. Broncos) 31–24[l]
Brett Favre (MVP)[m]
1998 1998 NFL NFC Central 2nd Hash-tag 11 5 0 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at 49ers) 30–27 Reggie White (DPOY)
1999 1999 NFL NFC Central 4th 8 8 0 Ray Rhodes
2000 2000 NFL NFC Central 3rd 9 7 0 Mike Sherman
2001 2001 NFL NFC Central 2nd Hash-tag 12 4 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (49ers) 25–15
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Rams) 45–17
2002 2002 NFL NFC North 1st 12 4 0 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Falcons) 27–7
2003 2003 NFL NFC North 1st 10 6 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Seahawks) 33–27 (OT)
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Eagles) 20–17 (OT)
2004 2004 NFL NFC North 1st 10 6 0 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Vikings) 31–17
2005 2005 NFL NFC North 4th 4 12 0
2006 2006 NFL NFC North 2nd 8 8 0 Mike McCarthy
2007 2007 NFL NFC North 1st 13 3 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (Seahawks) 42–20
Lost Conference Championship (Giants) 23–20 (OT)
2008 2008 NFL NFC North 3rd 6 10 0
2009 2009 NFL NFC North 2nd Hash-tag 11 5 0 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Cardinals) 51–45 (OT) Charles Woodson (DPOY)
2010 2010 NFL double-dagger NFC North 2nd Hash-tag 10 6 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Eagles) 21–16
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Falcons) 48–21
Won Conference Championship (at Bears) 21–14
Won Super Bowl XLV (13) (vs. Steelers) 31–25
Aaron Rodgers (SB MVP)
2011 2011 NFL NFC North 1st 15 1 0 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Giants) 37–20 Aaron Rodgers (MVP)
2012 2012 NFL NFC North 1st 11 5 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Vikings) 24–10
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 45–31
2013 2013 NFL NFC North 1st 8 7 1 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (49ers) 23–20 Eddie Lacy (OROY)
2014 2014 NFL NFC North 1st 12 4 0 Won Divisional Playoffs (Cowboys) 26–21
Lost Conference Championship (at Seahawks) 28–22 (OT)
Aaron Rodgers (MVP)
2015 2015 NFL NFC North 2nd Hash-tag 10 6 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Redskins) 35–18
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cardinals) 26–20 (OT)
2016 2016 NFL NFC North 1st 10 6 0 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Giants) 38–13
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 34–31
Lost Conference Championship (at Falcons) 44–21
Jordy Nelson (CBPOY)
2017 2017 NFL NFC North 3rd 7 9 0
2018 2018 NFL NFC North 3rd 6 9 1 Mike McCarthy (4-7-1)
Joe Philbin (2-2)
Total 741 568 38 (1921–2018, includes only regular season)[n]
34 22 0 (1921–2018, includes only playoffs)[n]
775 590 38 (1921–2018, includes both regular season and playoffs; 13 NFL Championships)[n]

Footnotes

  • a The Packers did not compete in a professional league until 1921.
  • b The team with the best record at the end of the season was named the NFL Champion.
  • c This marked the first ever "three-peat," where a team wins three consecutive NFL championships. The Packers are still the only team to achieve this.
  • d The score of the playoff game is in parenthesis with the Packers score first no matter of the outcome.
  • e Even though this is the franchise's first Super Bowl victory, it is their 10th league championship hence the number 10 after the Super Bowl I line.
  • f The 1967 NFL season marks the first season in the league's history where the league was divided into two conferences which were subdivided into two divisions. Up to 1967, the league was either divided into two divisions, two conferences, or neither.
  • g This marked the second time that the Packers have achieved three consecutive NFL Championships.
  • h As a result of the NFL-AFL Merger, the league was broken into two Conferences, with the NFC adopting the name "NFC Central Division" for the division the Packers were in, which became the "North Division" in 2002. This is different from the NFL Central Division, which only lasted from 1967–1969.
  • i 1982 was a strike-shorten season so the league was divided up into two conferences instead of its normal divisional alignment.
  • j The strike of 1987 reduced the regular season schedule from 16 to 15 games.
  • k This game is known as the Mud Bowl.
  • l This marked the first Super Bowl loss for the Packers and the first loss in a championship game since 1960.
  • m This marked the first time any player has ever won three AP NFL MVPs, and the only time a player has won three consecutive MVP awards.
  • n The NFL does not count any seasons played outside of their league in their official records. If the 1919 and 1920 season were counted, the Packers would have 19 more wins, 2 more losses, and 1 more tie in their total results.

References

General
  • "NFL.com – History – Yearly Standings". National Football League Official website. Retrieved December 15, 2007.
  • "Packers.com – History – Record Book". The National Football League – Green Bay Packers. Archived from the original on October 11, 2007. Retrieved December 15, 2007.
  • "Pro Football Hall of Fame – Green Bay Packers". Pro Football Hall of Fame. Retrieved December 15, 2007.

"ESPN.com". Green Bay Packers News, Schedule, Players, Stats, Video – NFL.

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Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are a professional American football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's National Football Conference (NFC) North division. It is the third-oldest franchise in the NFL, dating back to 1919, and is the only non-profit, community-owned major league professional sports team based in the United States. Home games have been played at Lambeau Field since 1957.

The Packers are the last of the "small town teams" which were common in the NFL during the league's early days of the 1920s and '30s. Founded in 1919 by Earl "Curly" Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun, the franchise traces its lineage to other semi-professional teams in Green Bay dating back to 1896. Between 1919 and 1920, the Packers competed against other semi-pro clubs from around Wisconsin and the Midwest, before joining the American Professional Football Association (APFA), the forerunner of today's NFL, in 1921. Although Green Bay is by far the smallest major league professional sports market in North America, Forbes ranked the Packers as the world's 26th most valuable sports franchise in 2016, with a value of $2.35 billion.The Packers have won 13 league championships, the most in NFL history, with nine pre–Super Bowl NFL titles and four Super Bowl victories. The Packers won the first two Super Bowls in 1967 and 1968 and were the only NFL team to defeat the American Football League (AFL) prior to the AFL–NFL merger. The Vince Lombardi Trophy is named after the Packers' coach of the same name, who guided them to their first two Super Bowls. Their two subsequent Super Bowl wins came in 1996 and 2010.The Packers are long-standing adversaries of the Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings, and Detroit Lions, who today comprise the NFL's NFC North division, and were formerly members of the NFC Central Division. They have played over 100 games against each of those teams through history, and have a winning overall record against all of them, a distinction only shared with the Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Cowboys. The Bears–Packers rivalry is one of the oldest in NFL history, dating back to 1921.

Ted Thompson

Ted Thompson (born January 17, 1953) is an American football executive for the Green Bay Packers and former player. He was the general manager of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL) from 2005 to 2017. He was named to the post on January 14, 2005, by former Packers president and CEO Bob Harlan. Thompson took over the general manager duties from Mike Sherman, who had been serving as both head coach and general manager. Prior to becoming the Packers' general manager, Thompson served with the Seattle Seahawks as their vice president of operations from 2000 to 2004. Thompson had previously worked for the Packers organization from 1992 to 1999, serving as their assistant director of pro personnel in 1992, their director of pro personnel from 1993 to 1997, and their director of player personnel from 1997 to 1999. Thompson also had a 10-year playing career in the NFL as a linebacker and special teams player with the Houston Oilers from 1975 to 1984.

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