Green Bay will travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers in an NFC Divisional playoff contest this Saturday night at Candlestick Park, the third straight season that the Packers have advanced to the divisional round of the playoffs.
The Packers are the lone NFC team to advance to the divisional round each of the past three postseasons (2010-12). The last time Green Bay accomplished that feat was when the team did so in five straight seasons (1993-97).
Green Bay beat division-rival Minnesota, 24-10, at Lambeau Field on Saturday night in an NFC Wild Card contest. The 10 points allowed were the fewest given up by the Packers in a playoff game since they allowed 10 at San Francisco on Jan. 11, 1998.
The Packers improved to 30-17 all-time in the postseason with the win, a .638 winning percentage that ranks No. 1 in league history (min. five games). Saturday night will feature a matchup of two of the winningest teams in postseason history. Green Bay ranks No. 3 in league history with 30 wins, while San Francisco ranks No. 4 with 26 playoff victories.