This Saturday night, January 22, at Lambeau Field, the game between Green Bay Packers Y San Francisco 49ers, for the Divisional Round of the Playoffs on the National Football League (NFL), a game that will be very special for the quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Although the 38-year-old has a positive record in Postseason games, since in his 17-year career he has played 20 games, with a positive record of 11 wins and nine losses, something happens every time you face the California franchise.
From 2006 to the current NFL season, Rodgers faced the 49ers nine times, winning six times and losing the remaining three, the point here is that all the defeats he suffered with the Packers were in the playoffs, a mark that it will seek to remove.
Rodgers and his historical negative record against 49ers in the Playoffs
The first fall of quarterback in the Postseason was in the 2013 Divisional Round, where he fell to a Colin Kapernick who recorded 263 yards through the air and 181 on the ground, 31-45; the second occurred in the following campaign, in 2014, in the Wild Card Round, where they were defeated 20-23, with Phil Dawson scoring three field goals.
While the last time Rodgers and Packers lost to the 49ers was in the NFC Championship Round on January 19, 2020, it was 20-37 at Lambeau Field, where running back Raheem Mostert, with 220 yards per carry and four touchdowns.
In his three defeats against the Santa Clara squad in the postseason, the quarterback accumulates 760 yards, five touchdowns, three interceptions, and a 95.8 rating.