Record: 48-32, .600% Postseason Record: 5-2
Division Championships: 1 (2007)
Conference Championships: 1 (2010)
League Championships: 1 (2010 Super Bowl XLV)
Awards: 2007 NFL Alumni's and Motorola NFL Coach of the Year
In 2006, Mike McCarthy took over in Titletown after Sherman was sent packing and the Pack went a mediocre 8-8.
However, in 2007, McCarthy turned the team around as they took a 13-3 regular season record to the NFC Championship game only to suffer a devastating loss to the Giants in OT.
In the following year, the Packers struggled after dealing with the Favre fiasco, but Aaron Rodgers was already beginning to prove McCarthy knew what he was doing and in 2010, their efforts would finally bring great success.
The Pack fought for every single game, going 10-6 despite ending the season with 16 players on the IR including two primary offensive stars in Jermichael Finley and Ryan Grant, as well as linebacker Nick Barnett.
As the sixth seed in the NFC, the team was forced to hit the road, yet they rolled through the competition all the way to Super Bowl XLV in Dallas where they defeated the Steelers 31-25.
Aaron Rodgers, the prime product of the McCarthy era, took home the Super Bowl MVP and McCarthy himself was awarded a three-year extension that will keep him in Titletown for at least a few more years.
The future looks bright in Green Bay and another championship could certainly slide McCarthy into the No. 3 spot on this ranking.