Packers 33, Raiders 14: Super Bowl II, 1968
Because it is a Super Bowl win, it should be on the list, but since it wasn't a very competitive game, and the Ice Bowl definitely overshadowed this game, I decided not to include it.
Packers 28, Vikings 24: 2010
After two losses to Brett Favre and the Vikings in the 2009 season, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers finally overcame the Vikings, defeating them in a close 28-24 game where Favre was intercepted three times. The Vikings still had a chance to seal the game at the end, but fell short.
Packers 48, Falcons 21: 2010 NFC Divisional Round Game
The No. 6 Packers demolished the No. 1 seed Falcons 48-21. Rodgers completed 31 of 36 passes, throwing for three touchdowns and rushing for another.
Packers 42, Seahawks 14: 2007 NFC Divisional Game
In Brett Favre's final win as a Green Bay Packer, the Packers were down 14-0 due to costly fumbles, but he led the Packers to a comeback on a snowy day in Lambeau. This contest ended in a rout, as the Pack advanced to their first NFC Championship game since 1997.