The Green Bay Packers have a rich history filled with lots of winning. From winning the first Super Bowl to Aaron Rogers and Brett Favre, there have been plenty of moments that have changed their history forever. Let's take a look at the best Packers moments in franchise history.

5.Vince Lombardi

At the time the Packers signed Vince Lombardi there was hope, but who would have known how he would change the entire fortune of the franchise. After being a standout offensive coordinator for the Giants, the Packers signed him to be the head coach and general manager on February 2nd, 1959.

Lombardi immediately turned around the Packers, finishing with a 7-5 record in his first year in charge. Lombardi was twice named the NFL coach of the year, leading the Packers to two straight championships. He was also won five NFL championships. Lombardi's career record was 105-35-6.

There is a reason the Super Bowl trophy is named after him, he is one of the best coaches in NFL history.

4. Packers draft Aaron Rodgers

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Aaron Rodgers

Talk about the best Packers moments ever, eh?

One of the most shocking draft day slides in NFL history worked out quite well for the Packers. Heading into the 2005 draft it was believed Rodgers would be a top draft pick.

The Packers still had Favre, but when Rodgers was on the board when the team selected 24th, the team couldn't pass on him. At time it was a bit of a head-scratching pick that didn't make Favre all that happy, but it has worked out well for the team. Not often do teams have Hall of Fame quarterbacks back to back, but this is one of the times it happened.

3. Favre wins his Super Bowl

The Packers won their first Super Bowl in almost 30 years in the 1996 season. Against the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, there were 24 total points scored in the first quarter. Down 14-10 entering the second quarter, the Packers 17 unanswered points and there was no looking back.

Desmond Howard took a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. Howard is still the only player in Super Bowl history to win the MVP because of a special teams play.

2. A trade for the ages

Brett Favre

The Packers had a lot of success in the 1960s and the last 20 years, but there was a lull of about 20 years where the team didn't find a whole lot of success. From 1968-92, the Packers only made the playoffs twice and won only one game.

In February of 1992, Packers general manager Ron Wolf took a big risk trading a first-round to the Atlanta Falcons in exchange for Favre. Wolf was an assistant general manager for the New York Jets during the 1991 draft and was planning on taking Favre, but the Falcons selected him first.

During his physical after the trade doctors found avascular necrosis of the hip, the same injury that ended Bo Jackson's career. Doctors told them to void the trade, but Wolf still went through it. That decision to still go through with the trade changed the Packers franchise forever.

1. Bart Starr wins the Ice Bowl

When most people think of the early Packers days, the first thing that comes to mind is Bart Starr wins the Ice Bowl. In 1967 the Packers team was good and they had a showdown with the Dallas Cowboys on New Year's Eve in the NFL Championship.

The temperatures at kickoff were a frigid 13 degrees below zero and the wind chill was 48 degrees below zero. The Packers were trailing late in the game with the team moving all the way down to the 1-yard line. Starr ran the ball into the end zone on a quarterback sneak. The Packers won the Championship in the coldest game in NFL history. This is, undoubtedly, the greatest Packers moment.