At this stage, they both have seen their share of the Dallas Cowboys, the Packers’ five matchups and the Rams’ five matchups against the same team.
But the similarities end here.
Since 1990, the Packers have played 15 times out of 17 appearances. In the past 30 years, the Rams have only played 5 times out of 14 appearances.
For Green Bay, the success story clearly coincides with the quarterback of the Brett Favre-Aaron Rodgers era, which led to a superb victory after the 96, 97 and 201
For Los Angeles, it has two independent strong performances-appeared six times in the 70s, the last appeared in the ’79s, which eventually led to the Super Bowl berth, and then appeared again from ’99 to ’03 during the Kurt Warner era Four times, the other two Super Bowls. The most recent appearance of the Rams was in 2018. It was another trip to the Super Bowl before, but in the 13-year drought (2005-17) before that.
The following are the historical records of the two teams in the NFC Divisional Playoffs (* means entering the Super Bowl):
1972, Washington, L 16-3
San Francisco, 1995, W 27-17
* 1996 vs. San Francisco, W 35-14
* 1997, Tampa Bay, West 21-7
2001, St. Louis, L 45-17
2003, Philadelphia, Ontario L 20-17
2007, Seattle, W 42-20
* 2010, Atlanta, W 48-21
In 2011, at home against the New York Giants, L 37-20
2012, San Francisco, L 45-31
2015, Arizona, L 26-20 OT
2019 vs. Seattle, 28-23 years old
Total: 8-9 (5-1 go home, 3-8 way)
(+ In the shortened season of the strike, it was marked as the “second round of playoffs”, but the same stage as the divisional game, only 8 teams left)
1974 vs. Washington, 19-10 victory
1975, St. Louis, W 35-23
1978 vs. Minnesota, record 34-10
1983, Washington, L 51-7
In 1989, the New York State Giants (W 19-13 OT)
* 1999 against Minnesota, W 49-37
* 2001 against Green Bay, 45-17 west
2003 vs. Carolina OT 29-23
*2018 vs. Dallas, W 30-22
Total: 10-4 (7-1 rounds, 3-3 lanes)