It's a bit crazy to think about but three of the best NFL quarterbacks of all time don't have good playoff records.
Peyton Manning won two Super Bowls (one with the Colts, one with the Broncos), but he finished his career with a 14-13 playoff record.
Brett Favre finished with a 12-10 playoff record and got one Super Bowl ring out of it. His replacement Aaron Rodgers is now 11-10 all-time in the playoffs following Saturday night's loss to the 49ers.
Rodgers still hasn't been back to the Super Bowl since 2011 when Mike McCarthy was the head coach. The Packers took down the Steelers 31-25 to cap off a magical run when they were the sixth seed.
Since then, Rodgers has returned to the NFC Championship Game numerous times but has lost each one.
Saturday's loss may leave him at a crossroads for his career as he's not sure what's next for him going into the offseason.
That said, this kind of loss is a reminder of how hard it is to win consistently in the NFL. Manning and Favre have learned that numerous times as well.