Green Bay Packers Odds
The Green Bay Packers Road Trip is continuing through the Uppper Midwest and the team will introduce the 2022 roster less than a month from now on Family Night. The NFL draws a lot of interest and bets in Iowa and NFC North teams like the Green Bay Packers get plenty of regional network television coverage each Sunday.
Now that we can legally and safely bet on the NFL and all other sports in Iowa, each Packers game is a popular bet in Iowa.
In our complete guide to betting on the Packers in Iowa, we’ll cover where you can find the best 2022 odds, what kind of wagers you can make, and where you can get some free bets.
This week’s Packers odds: spread, Super Bowl, props
You can bet on every Packers game in Iowa from the preseason straight through to what will hopefully be a deep run in the postseason. Below see the latest Green Bay Packers betting lines direct from IA online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and register a new betting account.
This week’s Packers spread
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Aaron Rodgers prop odds
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Packers live/prop betting
You can bet on all the Packers games in real-time, and also take shots with side wagers for each contest all season long. Live betting and props are two of the most popular attractions for NFL betting at online sportsbooks.
Also known as in-game wagering, live betting lets you wager as the action plays out on the field. It’s a fast-moving market in which the offerings will vary based on what’s going on, but here are some examples:
- Will the Packers score a TD on this drive — yes/no?
- How many total catches for Allen Lazard in the first half — over/under 5.5?
The best way to jump in with live betting is via an app with a leading Iowa sportsbook. Some top-notch platforms afford you the chance to stay on top of the live action. You can quickly and easily get your bets on your phone while watching the game from wherever you are within state lines.
For prop bets, you’ll find all of the available options by clicking through on the Packers game listing. You’ll see Green Bay Packers prop bets that revolve around team events and the game as a whole, as well as ones for player accomplishments.
- Which Packer will score the first TD in the game?
- How many combined yards for Aaron Jones — over/under 99.5?
Live betting and props open up even more ways to get in the game with Packers all season long. If you’re looking to bet on Green Bay and all the NFL action, you won’t be lacking options to consider.
Best Iowa betting apps 2023
There are several options for sportsbook apps here in Iowa, but a trio is at the top of the charts. Here’s a look at the top three and what they bring to the table:
- DraftKings has been a success in all the legal markets it has entered to date. The platform is slick with lots of bells and whistles. DraftKings also isn’t shy with its promotional offerings.
- Caesars Sportsbook is one of the most iconic sports betting brand names in the world. The company continues to grow across the US. The interface is user-friendly, with all the bet types and markets you could ask for at your fingertips.
- PointsBet Iowa is a new kid on the block in the US, but the company has already made great strides. If you’re looking for a spot that’s always competitive with odds and lines, this is the book for you. The app is also clean and easy to use.
Each of these three apps has its merits, so it’s a close call on which is the best of the best:
- DraftKings Sportsbook IA gets the nod for best live betting.
- PointsBet Sportsbook IA offers a slight edge on odds.
- Caesars Sportsbook IA hits all the right notes in many areas.
Are Packers Vegas odds better than online odds?
A few short years ago, the only legal option for betting on the Packers in the US was in Las Vegas. It’s a different story these days with legal and safe options available in Iowa.
Since Vegas had a stranglehold on legal betting for decades, the odds from the desert are still viewed as the gold standard. While there’s nothing wrong with that, you can find comparable numbers in Iowa.
Several top sportsbooks have set up shop in the Hawkeye State, and they’ve been solid on the odds front. Naturally, you’ll find some ticks of difference here and there, but that’s a positive for bettors as they can shop around to find the best prices.
In terms of how the Iowa odds stack up with Vegas, the same applies. You’ll find a few differences, but nothing that moves the needle all that much. You can take the time to see what Sin City has to say about the events you want to wager on, but expect to find similar numbers at Iowa sportsbooks.
Green Bay betting lines explained
Sportsbooks will have betting odds for each Packers game all season. Preseason games don’t see too much betting action, but interest rises for the regular season and into the playoffs. Here’s what an example game line looks like:
|Dallas Cowboys||+6.5 (-110)||+220||O 49.5 (-110)|
|Green Bay Packers||-6.5 (-110)||-300||U 49.5 (-110)|
If we look from left to right next to the two team names, the series of numbers represents the odds and lines for the big three NFL bet types: point spreads, moneylines and totals. Here’s how the three types of wagers work:
All you have to do is pick the winner with moneyline betting. Naturally, that’s easier said than done. The favorite in the game will have negative odds, while the numbers are positive on the other side.
- Dallas Cowboys +220
- Green Bay Packers -300
When looking at moneyline odds, make note of the range between the numbers. A big span points to a paper mismatch, while a tighter range indicates a closer game.
For each NFL game, oddsmakers set a spread. It’s basically like an estimated margin of victory that needs to be accounted for in your spread wagers.
- Dallas Cowboys +6.5 (-110)
- Green Bay Packers -6.5 (-110)
The choices are to bet on the favorite minus the points or the underdog plus the number. In order to win, your selected team has to cover the spread.
For totals wagers, you can make your prediction on the total number of points scored in the game. Sportsbooks will have an estimated number listed for each game on the docket.
- Over 49.5 (-110)
- Under 49.5 (-110)
The choices are simple: Over if you think there will be more points scored than the number, or Under if you think the opposite is in the cards.
For those new to betting, it can take a little time to become familiar with the odds board and what it’s telling you. The good news is that practice and repetition will get you up to speed in no time. Before too long, you’ll be able to quickly make sense of what may look like a bunch of random numbers to the untrained eye.
How did the Packers do in 2021?
Green Bay appeared in the NFC Championship game in 2019 and 2020, then finished with an NFC-best 13-4 regular-season mark in 2021. The postseason ended early when the Packers fell to the San Francisco 49ers 13-10 Saturday, Jan. 19 in the divisional round.
Super Bowl 57 futures odds are going through some ebbs and flows for fans who want to win a Packers bet in 2022. Green Bay is now replacing two of its top three wide receivers. The team applied the franchise tag to keep star WR Davante Adams but traded him to the Las Vegas Raiders on St. Patrick’s Day. The Packers also lost Marquez Valdez-Scantling after the WR signed with the Chiefs on March 24. That left Iowa State alum Allen Lazard as the top WR returning for hall-of-fame QB Aaron Rodgers.
2022 Green Bay Packers schedule
As always, the Packers can count on home-and-home games against their three NFC North rivals. That adds up to six games in the 17-game schedule.
That leaves 11 games to round out the 2022 schedule. The NFL rotates teams from another NFC division every three years.
- The NFC North teams face the NFC East teams (four games) in 2022.
- The league rotates an AFC division into the Packers schedule on a four-year cycle as well. In 2022, AFC East teams will be on Green Bay’s schedule (four games).
- As NFC North Champions in 2021, Green Bay has a first-place schedule for 2022 as well. That means they will face champions from the NFC West (the LA Rams) and NFC South (Tampa Bay) as well (two games).
- The league added a 17th game in 2021. So, the Packers will play another division winner from the AFC. The AFC division opponent for the 17th game rotates every four years as well.
With that background here are the Green Bay Packers 2022 opponents:
|Week||Date||Opponent||Time / Result|
|1||Sun. Sept. 11||@ Minnesota||3:25 p.m (Fox)|
|2||Sun. Sept. 18||vs. Chicago||7:20 p.m. (NBC)|
|3||Sun. Sept. 25||@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers||3:25 p.m (Fox)|
|4||Sun. Oct. 2||vs. New England||3:25 p.m (CBS)|
|5||Sun. Oct. 9||vs. NY Giants in London||8:30 a.m. (NFL Network)|
|6||Sun. Oct. 16||vs. NY Jets||Noon (Fox)|
|7||Sun. Oct. 23||@ Washington Commanders||Noon (Fox)|
|8||Sun. Oct. 30||@ Buffalo Bills||7:20 p.m. (NBC)|
|9||Sun. Nov. 6||@ Detroit Lions||Noon (Fox)|
|10||Sun. Nov. 13||vs. Dallas||3:25 p.m (Fox)|
|11||Thurs. Nov. 17||vs. Tennessee Titans||7:15 p.m. (Amazon Prime)|
|12||Sun. Nov. 27||@ Philadelphia Eagles||7:20 p.m. (NBC)|
|13||Dec. 4||@ Chicago Bears||Noon (Fox)|
|15||Mon. Dec. 19||vs. LA Rams||7:15 p.m. ABC & ESPN|
|16||Sun. Dec. 25||@ Miami Dolphins||Noon (Fox)|
|17||Sun. Jan. 1||vs. Minnesota Vikings||3:25 p.m (CBS)|
|18||Sun. Jan. 8||vs. Detroit Lions||TBD|
When does the 2023 Green Bay Packers schedule come out?
The NFL released the 2022 NFL schedule on May 12 for the season that just ended, so look for a similar timeline in 2023. ESPN and NFL Network both plan hours of programming around the schedule announcement.
As the Packers learned in 2022, all 32 NFL teams have to play an international game at least once every eight seasons. Green Bay will “host” the New York Giants on Oct. 9 in London as part of the International Series.
Green Bay Packers future opponents
Barring changes to the current NFL scheduling formula we know who many of Green Bay’s home-and-away opponents will be in future years. Again, we already know Chicago, Detroit and Minnesota are locked in as home-and-away division rivals so we won’t list them below.
- Home — New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs, LA Chargers and an NFC West team
- Away — Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Las Vegas Raiders an NFC East team and an AFC North team
- Home — Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, an NFC South team and an AFC East team
- Away — Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, San Francisco 49ers and an NFC East team
Green Bay Packers draft picks
Traditionally, the Packers have been all about building through the draft. There has been the occasional splash in free agency, but the heart of the team has been drafted and developed in-house. Here are the last five players Green Bay has selected in the first round.
|2022 (No. 22)||Quay Walker||LB||Georgia|
|2022 (No. 28)||Devonte Wyatt||DT||Georgia|
|2020||Jordan Love||QB||Utah State|
The franchise has a NFL hall-of-famer behind center and four picks in the first two rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft to work with. The franchise hopes it already found its quarterback of the future in first-round pick Jordan Love. The Utah State standout was selected No. 26 overall in the 2020 draft. Rodgers had to play the role of heir apparent behind legend Brett Favre. They hope to repeat history by giving Love time to develop.
As for 2022 draft picks:
- Round 1
- The Packers picked up the Raiders’ first-round pick (No. 22) in the Devante Adams trade. They selected Georgia LB Quay Walker.
- Green Bay has its own pick at No. 28 overall and selected Georgia DT Devonte Wyatt.
- Round 2
- Las Vegas also gave Green Bay its second-round pick (No. 53) and the Packers had their own pick at No. 59. They used the picks to move up to No. 34 overall to select North Dakota St. WR Christian Watson.
- Round 3
- Green Bay’s used its third-round pick (No. 92 overall) to select UCLA OL Sean Rhyan.
- Round 4
- They used their own late fourth-round pick (No. 132) for Nevada WR Romeo Doubs.
- The Packers had a compensatory round pick at No. 140 and drafted Wake Forest OL Zach Tom.
- Round 5
- Green Bay picked up a compensatory pick (No. 179) to draft South Carolina LB Kingsley Enagbare.
- Round 7
- The Packers added picks 228 and 234 through trades. They used them to draft Georgia Tech S Tariq Carpenter and Miami DT Jonathan Ford.
- Also in round 7, Green Bay had its own pick (No. 249) and used it for Penn State OT Rasheed Walker plus another compensatory pick at No. 258 for Nebraska WR Samori Toure.
The 2023 NFL Draft is April 27-29 in Kansas City.
2022-23 Packers betting preview
Green Bay faces a less uncertain offseason now since Rodgers is locked in for the near future. But there is still work to do on the supporting cast — especially after the Devante Adams trade.
The Packers might further overhaul their roster and still have to watch the salary cap, so keep an eye on the transaction wire before placing a futures bet for the 2022 season. The road to the Super Bowl does seem a little more stable now that the team’s top offensive weapon is back in the fold.
Packers recent stat leaders
The team has had plenty of star power through the years, and the last five seasons have been no exception. Rodgers remains the engine that makes the club go, but there’s plenty of talent surrounding him. Here’s a look at the top performers in recent times in Green Bay.
|Year||Passing Yds||Rushing Yds||Receiving Yds||Tackles||Sacks|
|2021||Rodgers - 4,115||Dillon - 803||Adams - 1,553||Campbell - 146||Gary - 9.5|
|2020||Rodgers - 4,299||Jones - 1,104||Adams - 1,374||Amos - 83||Z. Smith - 12.5|
|2019||Rodgers - 4,002||Jones - 1,084||Adams - 997||Martinez - 155||Z. Smith - 13.5|
|2018||Rodgers - 4,442||Jones - 728||Adams - 1,386||Martinez - 144||Fackrell - 10.5|
|2017||Hundley - 1,386||Williams - 556||Adams - 885||Martinez - 144||Matthews - 8.5|
|2016||Rodgers - 4,428||Montgomery - 457||Nelson - 1,257||Burnett - 93||Perry - 11|
Recent starting QBs
Going back to the Brett Favre era, the Packers have benefited from a lot of consistency at the QB position. Favre was basically an iron man who never missed a start, while Rodgers has suited up more often than not. However, there were two campaigns over the last eight in which he missed an extended period of time.
- 2021: Aaron Rodgers 16 games, Jordan Love, 1 game, Team Record: 13-4
- 2020: Aaron Rodgers: 16 games, Team Record: 13-3
- 2019: Aaron Rodgers: 16 games, Team Record: 13-3
- 2018: Aaron Rodgers: 16 games, Team record: 6-9-1
- 2017: Aaron Rodgers: 7 games, Brett Hundley: 9 games, Team Record: 7-9
- 2016: Aaron Rodgers: 16 games, Team Record: 10-6
- 2015: Aaron Rodgers: 16 games, Team Record: 10-6
- 2014: Aaron Rodgers: 16 games, Team Record:, 12-4
- 2013: Aaron Rodgers: 9 games, Matt Flynn 4 games, Scott Tolzien: 2 games, Seneca Wallace: 1 game, Team Record: 8-7-1
- 2012: Aaron Rodgers: 16 games, Team Record: 11-5
When did the Packers draft Aaron Rodgers?
Rodgers was drafted in the first round of the 2005 NFL draft with the 24th pick by the Packers. Brett Favre was still entrenched as the starter in Green Bay at this time, so a few questions were surrounding the pick.
He played his college ball at the University of California-Berkeley and showed plenty of flashes along the way. Rodgers was considered a lock to be taken earlier in the draft, but he wound up unexpectedly tumbling to later in the first round.
After serving as the backup to Favre, Rodgers took over as the starter in 2008. He quickly developed into one of the best QBs in the league, earning MVP honors in 2011 while helping lead the Packers to a Super Bowl XLV win. Rodgers is still going strong and continues to play like one of the top signal-callers in the NFL.
Packers coaching staff
Matt LaFleur has been the head coach in Green Bay since 2019. He has led the team to consecutive appearances in the NFC title game in his first two years on the job. Here’s the rest of the staff that helps LaFleur run the show in Green Bay.
- Offensive Coordinator: Adam Stenavich
- Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coordinator: Jason Vrable
- Offensive Line Coach: Luke Butkus
- Quarterbacks Coach: Tom Clements
- Tight Ends Coach: John Dunn
- Running Backs Coach: Ben Sirmans
- Assistant Quarterbacks Coach: Connor Lewis
- Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Ryan Mahaffey
- Offensive Quality Control Coach: Ramsen Golpashin
- Coaching Assistant (Minority Fellowship): Quinshon Odom
- Defensive Coordinator: Joe Barry
- Defensive Backs/Passing Game Coordinator: Jerry Gray
- Defensive Line/Running Game Coordinator: Jerry Montgomery
- Safties Coach: Ryan Downard
- Inside Linebackers Coach: Kirk Olivadotti
- Outside Linebackers Coach: Jason Rebrovich
- Defensive Quality Control Coach: Wendel Davis
- Senior Analyst: John Donovan
- Defensive Quality Control Coach: Justin Hood
- Special Teams Coordinator: Rich Bisaccia
- Assistant Special Teams Coach: Byron Storer
- Assistant Special Teams Coach: Michael Spurlock
- Strength & Conditioning Coordinator: Chris Gizzi
- Strength & Conditioning Assistant: Thadeus Jackson
- Strength & Conditioning Assistant: Mark Lovat
- Strength & Conditioning Assistant: Grant Thorne
Green Bay Packers home games
The Packers play at Lambeau Field, one of the most iconic venues in all of sports. Often referred to as the “frozen tundra,” it can give the team quite the home-field advantage thanks to a lot of passionate support and its imposing elements in the winter months. Here are the details on where you can catch Green Bay games in person:
- Owner: Green Bay plus Green Bay/Brown County Professional Football Stadium District
- Operator: Brown County Stadium Commission/Delaware North
- Capacity: 81,441
- Ground Breaking: Oct. 11, 1956
- Opening Date: Sept. 29, 1957
- Construction Cost: $960,000
- Other Events: High school and college football, hockey, snowmobile racing, concerts, etc.
How can I sit with the ‘cheeseheads?’
The term “cheesehead” has been adopted as the official nickname of the Packers faithful. It has become much more than a reference, too, as fans in attendance at Green Bay games have been known to wear “cheese hats” to pay homage to the team.
At retail price, seats for Packers games are in the range of $110-$150 for regular-season games. The team uses variable pricing, so costs can spike. The same holds true on the secondary market as tickets to see the team are in high demand.
According to SeatGeek, the average price for games is around $185. Keep in mind that prices will vary based on the opponent, how the team is doing and seat location and sightlines.
Best sportsbooks/bars near Lambeau Field
Planning to be in the Green Bay area during NFL season but don’t have tickets to the game? That’s unfortunate, but the good news is that there are lots of places around the stadium to have a good time. Here’s a couple of spots to put on your to-do list.
Stadium View in Green Bay
A bar, grill and banquet hall only a block away from Lambeau Field, this is a go-to spot for scores of fans who don’t have tickets to the game. It’s a huge bar with lots to keep you occupied as you soak in the festivities.
- Address: 1963 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, WI
- Phone: 920-498-1989
- Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 a.m., seven days a week
Legend Larry’s in Green Bay
This local chain of sports bars that is known for having outstanding wings. If that’s not enough to get your attention, there’s also a great selection of beverages and lots of screens for you to enjoy all the Packers’ action.
- Address: 2035 University Ave., Green Bay, WI
- Phone: 920-435-7000
- Hours: 3 p.m. to midnight on Mondays-Fridays, 11 a.m. to midnight on Saturdays and Sundays
In Iowa, there are also plenty of places to head out and watch the Packers. Additionally, you don’t have to worry about missing a thing on the betting front, as you can take care of business via a sportsbook app from anywhere within state lines. Here are two great places to go for Packer game days.
Bob Roe’s Point After in Sioux City
A sports bar and grill, you’ll find all of the usual suspects like pizza and wings, as well as a huge list of beverages. There are also great sightlines to catch all of the action on plenty of screens throughout the joint.
- Address: 2320 Transit Ave., Sioux City, IA
- Phone: 712-276-3689
- Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week
Thirsty Sportsman in Des Moines
Serving classic pub fare, this is a popular watering hole in Des Moines. There’s a great atmosphere on game days, as well as plenty of food selections, brews and TVs.
- Address: 4808 SW Ninth St., Des Moines, IA
- Phone: 515-953-0377
- Hours: 3 p.m. to 2 a.m., seven days a week
How can I watch, listen and stream Packers games in Iowa?
Few things are must-see TV in today’s world of on-demand streaming. NFL games are one of the items on the shortlist. When the Packers are on the tube, you’ll have no trouble finding the game as a result.
Sunday afternoon NFL games are the property of CBS and FOX. The two broadcast networks have affiliates across Iowa. Featured games may vary, but Green Bay is typically one of the attractions.
Evening games appear in a couple of spots, depending on the time slot. For Thursday Night Football, you can tune into FOX, NFL Network or Amazon Prime. You can head to NBC for Sunday Night Football, and over to ESPN for Monday Night Football.
Amazon Prime is a separate subscription, while the rest of the channels are available in cable, streaming and satellite packages. NFL RedZone provides coverage on Sundays and is available for an additional charge, while the Sunday Ticket Package is available for a fee for DirecTV subscribers.
Local and primetime games can be on Yahoo sports and the NFL app, but check for exact availability in your area. On the radio side, Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren handle broadcasting duties. To pick up the feed in Iowa, you can check out Radio.com or the TuneIn app.
Brief Packers history
The history of the Packers franchise stretches all the way back to 1919. One of the inaugural members of the NFL, the team found some success in the early going, but things really picked up in the 1960s. The legendary Vince Lombardi was at the helm for one of the most dominant runs of excellence that the sport has ever seen.
From 1960 through 1967, the Packers were in the postseason in all but two years. They won five NFL championship games over this span and lost another, and also picked up victories in the first two editions of the Super Bowl.
Following the dominant run, lean times came to Green Bay. The team would make the playoffs just twice over 25 seasons, but fortunes began to change in the 1990s. Franchise legends Brett Favre and Reggie White starred for a club that made the postseason each year from 1993-98 and won a Super Bowl along the way.
After the turn of the century, Green Bay remained competitive as the Favre era transitioned to one led by Aaron Rodgers. The Packers picked up some more hardware with a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV. Since that point, the club has made the playoffs in 11 of 13 seasons, with Rodgers and assorted stars on offense and defense leading the way.
Greatest Green Bay Packers of all time
As one of the NFL’s signature franchises, Green Bay has had lots of all-time greats suited up for the team. The 1960s Packers sent plenty of members to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and more recent times have seen several franchise legends take the field in green and gold. Here’s a look at some of the club record holders in a number of categories:
- Career-Passing Yards: Brett Favre, 61,655
- Single-Season Passing Yards: Aaron Rodgers, 4,643 in 2011
- Passing Yards in a Single Game: 490, twice, Matt Flynn in 2012 and Aaron Rodgers in 2013
- Most Consecutive Completions in a Game: Brett Favre, 20 in 2007
- Highest Single-Season Passer Rating: Aaron Rodgers, 122.5 in 2011
- Career-Rushing Attempts: Jim Taylor, 1,811
- Career-Rushing Yards: Ahman Green, 8,208
- Most Rushing Attempts in a Single Game: Terdell Middleton, 39 in 1978
- Most Rushing Yards in a Single Game: Ahman Green, 218 in 2003
- Career-Rushing TDs: Jim Taylor, 81
- Most Career Receptions: Donald Driver, 729
- Single-Season Receptions: Sterling Sharpe, 112 in 1993
- Single-Season Receiving Yards: Jordy Nelson, 1,519 in 2014
- Most Career-Receiving TDs: Don Hutson, 99
- Most Receiving Yards in a Single Game: Billy Howton, 257 in 1956
- Most Sacks in a Single Game: Vonnie Holliday, five in 2002
- Most Career Tackles: A.J. Hawk, 1,020
- Most Tackles in a Season: Blake Martinez, 203 in 2019
- Longest Punt: Don Chandler, 90 yards in 1965
- Longest Field Goal: Mason Crosby, 58 yards in 2011
The Packers are unique in the world of professional sports. They are the only franchise that’s a community-owned and nonprofit entity. Mark Murphy currently serves as chairman, president and CEO of the team.
The Packers currently carry a valuation of $3.05 billion, at least according to the latest NFL franchise valuations from Forbes. That places them 14th place in the list of 32 teams, sandwiched between the Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers. The Dallas Cowboys are at the top of the charts at $5.7 billion.
The current team captains for the Green Bay Packers are as follows: Aaron Rodgers, offense; Za’Darius Smith, defense; and Mason Crosby, special teams. A number of franchise legends have held the designation through the years, including Julius Peppers and Willie Davis.
The Packers have won four Super Bowls — Super Bowl I over the Kansas City Chiefs, Super Bowl II over the Oakland Raiders, Super Bowl XXXI over the New England Patriots, and Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The team also won 11 NFL championships in the pre-merger days. On an all-time basis, the club has 20 division titles and 34 appearances in the postseason.
While a number of NFL legends have taken the field for Green Bay, just six numbers have been officially retired by the franchise. Here’s the list.
- 3 — Tony Canadeo
- 4 — Brett Favre
- 14 — Don Hutson
- 15 — Bart Starr
- 66 — Ray Nitschke
- 92 — Reggie White
The team can be followed on Twitter @Packers. This is the official account with up-to-the-minute news and notes surrounding the club. You can also stay up to date by visiting Packers.com and by checking in with the team on other major social media outlets.