Led by a slew of professional football greats, the Packers routinely dominate the NFL. How much do you know about this unique group of gridiron gladiators?
The Packers hail from Wisconsin, and they play in the North division of the National Football Conference.
Lambeau was a Packers player who also helped to found the team. He was also the team's first coach, and come to think of it, he was probably the parking lot attendant, too, but our sources can't confirm that last part.
Aaron Rodgers is still playing at nearly superhuman levels and he's already a shoo-in for the Hall of Fame. He's one of the greatest passers in the history of the game.
They are the "Cheeseheads," the devoted followers of a powerful Wisconsin team. Although the Packers play in one of the smallest markets in pro sports, they are one of the best-known brands in the world.
The Packers are often just "The Pack." Opponents are rarely excited when The Pack comes to town; they are one of the best teams in the league.
The Packers were founded in 1919 and they are the third-oldest club in pro football. Only the Cardinals and Bears have been around longer.
The Packers are a unique team, in that they're the only NFL team in the country that's community-owned. The team is also a non-profit organization.
Lambeau led the Packer to six pro football titles. That ties him with George Halas (of the Bears) for the most titles in history.
The Packers routinely make the playoffs and they've won the Super Bowl four times, most recently in 2010.
In the NFC title game, Green Bay faced off with the Atlanta Falcons, who dumped the Packers 44-21 ... and then went on to blow the biggest lead in Super Bowl history against the Patriots.
The Packers ripped through the league in 2011. But in a December game at Kansas City, they were tripped up in a 19-14 loss.
The Packers play on Lambeau Field, a place renowned for legendary acts of gridiron glory. It's an often frigid environment that intimidates and demoralizes opponents.
Before he became known as a traitor of sorts, Brett Favre was a Packers star for the ages. Rodgers rode the bench, learned the ropes and eventually took over as the leader of the team.
In the divisional round, the Packers faced the Giants. And even though it was a home game, the Packers stunk it up, losing by 17 points.
Nelson is a speedy and tough wide receiver who helped the Packers win a Super Bowl. Without Nelson on the field, the Packers are a much different team.
Rodgers has thrown for more than 36,000 yards and around 300 TDs in his career, but he's only won a single Super Bowl, back in 2010.
In Super Bowl XLV, the Packers faced the loaded Pittsburgh Steelers. Green Bay zoomed to a 21-3 lead and held on to win, 31-25.
The Super Bowl trophy is called the Vince Lombardi Trophy. It's named for Vince Lombardi, a legendary Packers head coach from the '60s.
Holmgren was the head coach of the Packers during their successful run in the late '90s. Holmgren and Brett Favre turned the Pack into a true juggernaut.
Favre led the Packers to two Super Bowls. But in the end, he walked away with just one championship, in Super Bowl XXXI.
During the 2010 season, an injury to Aaron Rodgers left the Packers in a crunch at QB. At one point, Nelson was actually listed as a potential backup quarterback.
Defenses couldn't slow down -- much less stop -- Rodgers in 2011. He threw for 45 TDs and more than 4,500 yards.
In Super Bowl XXXI, the Packers took on the Patriots. Packers QB Brett Favre played a solid game, throwing for 2 TDs and 246 yards en route to a 35-21 Packers win.
They were often simply called "The Bays." When the Bays blew into town, they brought with them the full ferocity of a Wisconsin winter storm.
The first Super Bowl wasn't played until 1967. Before that era, the Packers won a jaw-dropping nine league titles. Combined with their four Super Bowl titles, the Packers have more championships than any other pro football team.
Freeman was a star wide receiver who made his mark with the Packers in the '90s. In the 1997 Super Bowl, he caught an 81-yard TD pass.
The North division used to be known as the NFC Central Division, and for decades it was home to the Packers. The Central division also included the Buccaneers, Lions, Vikings and Bears.
Nelson and Rodgers were an unbeatable combination in 2011. Jordy caught 15 TD passes and made 68 regular-season catches for nearly 1,300 yards.
Want season tickets for the Packers home games? Good luck. The waiting list is the longest in the league, and it could take you 30 years to get yours.
In 1993, the Packers obtained defensive star Reggie White through free agency -- he was the team's first-ever free agent, and boy, it worked out for them. White tore up offenses and nabbed 68.5 sacks while in Green Bay.