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The Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl in the 2010 season but have not made it back to the big game since. They’ve made the playoffs seven times since then and won their division six times, but they haven’t been able to break through and win the conference.

In fact, the Packers have lost in the NFC Championship Game three times since the 2014 season. Tackle David Bakhtiari has been with the team since 2013 and has been through all three conference championship game losses. He said after the team’s 37-20 loss to San Francisco on Sunday that he was sick of not being able to break through.

Packers fans have been spoiled with success the past 30 years. They’ve won two Super Bowls, and it feels like they’ve been in the playoffs and winning double-digit games most of the time. While that is an awesome run, it’s easy to understand why Bakhtiari would be frustrated with their inability to reach the Super Bowl.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.


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1950–1953
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1953
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1953
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1954–1957
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1958
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1959–1967
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1968–1970
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1971–1974
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1975–1983
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1984–1987
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1988–1991
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1992–1998
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1999
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