Who did the Packers lose to in 2015 playoffs?

Who did the Packers lose to in 2015 playoffs?

8 – 2015: 26-20 (OT) at Arizona Cardinals (divisional)

Where is Clay Matthews now?

Matthews remained in the NFC after his Packers’ tenure expired, latching on with the Rams for the 2019 campaign, his last season. The former Green Bay Packer made a pretty penny during his playing career.

Who was the Packers running back in 2016?

Ty Montgomery

Pos Player Summary of Player Stats
RB Ty Montgomery 77 rushes for 457 yards, 3 td, & 44 catches for 348 yards and 0 td
WR Davante Adams 75 catches for 997 yards, 12 td
WR Randall Cobb 60 catches for 610 yards, 4 td, & 10 rushes for 33 yards and 0 td
WR Jordy Nelson 97 catches for 1,257 yards, 14 td

How many times has Aaron Rodgers been in the playoffs?

Totals. Rodgers has one Super Bowl ring. Overall, he is 12-10 in the playoffs. He has completed 501-of-774 passes for 5,894 yards with 45 TDs through the air and 13 picks.

Who played Packers in playoffs?

Green Bay’s 61 Postseason Games

Date Playoff Opponent
Jan. 8, 2017 2016 NFC Wild Card Playoff New York Giants
Jan. 15, 2017 2016 NFC Divisional Playoff at Dallas Cowboys
Jan. 22, 2017 2016 NFC Championship at Atlanta Falcons
Jan. 12, 2020 2019 NFC Divisional Playoff Seattle Seahawks

Where is Jordy Nelson?

When Nelson retired from the NFL after a long career that featured millions of dollars in salary, hundreds of catches from Aaron Rodgers, 72 touchdowns with the Packers/Raiders and one Super Bowl ring, he decided to move back home to Kansas and raise his family on a farm between Leonardville and Riley.

Will Clay Matthews play in 2021?

Prediction: Matthews remains away from football in 2021.

When did Aaron Rodgers run the table?

Aaron Rodgers coined his iconic “run the table” phrase during the 2016-2017 season. The Packers were 4-6 and had just lost four games straight. That’s when Rodgers said, “I think we can run the table”.

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