If you were fortunate enough, you've had the luxury of watching some of the greatest players to ever represent the green and gold.
The Green Bay Packers are the only team in the NFL that belongs to its fans, which may play a key role in why they have been so successful.
When Packer fans are unhappy with results, there is no hesitation to make changes.
The Green Bay Packers have been one of the most successful franchises in NFL history, as evidenced by their 12 championships.
Meet the players who made it all possible.
1. Brett Favre
As much as I think Aaron Rodgers will ultimately replace Favre as the Packers' greatest quarterback ever, Favre currently deserves it. He brought the Lombardi trophy back home and put up extraordinary numbers while doing so.
Favre won three MVPs in a row and essentially broke every major passing record, including interceptions. He was also the most durable player to ever play for the Packers, starting every game for 16 seasons.
2. Bart Starr
Due to the fact that Starr was a 17th round draft pick, calling him a "steal" would be quite the understatement. He is the only quarterback to lead a team to five NFL championships.
He's also known for his famous play call in the Ice Bowl against the Dallas Cowboys. The play was a designed running play, but Starr decided that it would be a better idea to run it in himself, and he was right.
3. Aaron Rodgers
Although he's only been the starter for two seasons, he still deserves to be on this list. Not only has he put up remarkable numbers, but he is the only quarterback in NFL history to throw for more than 4,000 yards in his first two seasons as a starter.
He has shown to be an iron man, much like his predecessor, despite being sacked more than any quarterback in the league last season. If you're a Packers fan, it's impossible not to be excited about this guy.
1. Jim Taylor
Career Stats in Green Bay - 8,207 Yards, 4.5 Avg, 81 TD
Taylor currently holds the Packers rushing record for most career touchdowns, and at retirement, he was only second to Jim Brown. While with the Packers, he was a part of four NFL championships.
He was selected to five consecutive Pro Bowls, and was a part of one of the NFL's most feared running back tandem with Paul Hornung. Being a fullback, he was very reliable with the football, only fumbling 1.56 percent of his touches.
2. Ahman Green
Career Stats in Green Bay - 8,322 Yards, 4.5 Avg, 54 TD
Much like Adrian Peterson today, Green had a problem hanging onto the football, but everything else about the way he played was incredible. Green made the Pro Bowl four times during his time with the Packers.
He still holds many franchise records, including most yards from scrimmage and most rushing yards.
3. Ryan Grant
Career Stats in Green Bay - 3,412 Yards, 4.4 Avg, 23 TD
Grant still has a long career ahead of him, but so far he has put up some impressive numbers. He stormed onto the scene in 2007, where he played a huge role in the Packers making it to the NFC championship.
He managed to rush for 1,253 yards last season with a terrible offensive line for half the season in a pass-first offense.
1. Sterling Sharpe
Career Stats - 595 Receptions, 8,134 Yards, 65 TD
In 1992, Sharpe became one of seven receivers in history to win the "Triple Crown." He led the league in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns.
He was honestly looking like the next Jerry Rice before he suffered a severe neck injury that ended his career. He was a five-time Pro Bowler and should easily go down as the Packer best receiver ever.
2. Don Hutson
Career Stats - 488 Receptions, 7,991 Yards, 99 TD
Considered by many to be the first "modern" receiver, Don Hutson is credited with creating some of the most modern pass routes seen in the NFL today. He was without a doubt the best receiver in the league when he played.
He still holds tons of records but many think he could have even been better if he had played in today's era. Hutson played when the running game was dominant and pass interference rules favored the defense.
3. Donald Driver
Career Stats - 647 Receptions, 9,050 Yards, 49 TD
There's a very good chance that Greg Jennings replaces Driver when it's all said and done, but Driver will always be one of the all-time Packer greats. He's had over 1,000 yards receiving in seven of the last eight seasons and is looking for his eighth in 2010.
He's a three-time Pro Bowler and arguably the most loved Packers player today. Driver is an outstanding athlete, but an even better person. Every season he is criticized for being "too old," but that doesn't stop him from doing work on the football field.
1. Willie Wood
Career Stats - 48 INT, 2 TD (tackles/sacks were not official back then)
Wood was undrafted and actually had to try out to make it onto the Packers. He was in eight Pro Bowls and played in six NFL championships.
In 1989, Wood was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
1. Herb Adderley
Career Stats in Green Bay - 39 INT, 7 TD
Although he came into the NFL as a halfback, Adderley seemed very natural when he lined up against receivers. He was a five-time Pro Bowler and was on the team when they won their first two Super Bowls.
3. Charles Woodson
Career Stats in Green Bay - 28 INTs, 7 TD, 6 sacks, 62 PDs, 218 tackles
Without a doubt the best free-agent signing of Ted Thompson's career. The former Heisman winner is a six-time Pro Bowler and is the reigning AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Woodson is currently one of the best cornerbacks in the league, but is also known for his actions off the field. Not only has he donated millions to charity, but most recently, he saved a man from a burning house.
1. Ray Nitschke
Career Stats - 25 INT, 2 TD
One of the hardest hitting players in the NFL during his time, Ray Nitschke had opposing players shaking in their cleats.
He was a seven-time All-Pro and was the MVP of the 1962 NFL Championship Game. Nitschke was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1978.
2. Tim Harris
Career Stats in Green Bay - 55 Sacks, 422 Tackles
In 1989, Harris had 19.5 sacks and was selected into his only Pro Bowl. The team he was on was referred to as the "Cardiac Pack" because of the way they won close games.
3. John Anderson
Career Stats - 25 INT, 19.5 Sacks, 1020 Tackles
When he retired, he was the Packers all-time leader in career tackles, and tied with Ray Nitschke for career interceptions by a linebacker.
In 1996, he was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.