While the Green Bay Packers have been one of the proudest franchises in the history of the NFL, that doesn't mean there weren't some rough times when it seemed like the "G" on the team's helmet stood for "grim" and stretches when the city should have been more appropriately nicknamed Title-less-town.
In fact, after the Lambeau era had ended, the club continually spiraled downward until Lombardi lifted it into the glory years of the 1960s. But again, the franchise fell following the legendary coach's departure and dropped into a drought that lasted until the early 1990s.
The Pack had periods of prosperity but also had their fair share of simply bad teams. Most of these teams were led by coaches who were not capable of breathing life into them and are now infamous for their terrible times in Titletown.
As they say, with the good comes the bad. So since I earlier honored Titletown's top coaches, it is now time to take a look at worst.
Sources: ProFootballReference.com, Packers.com, Wikipedia.org