Says Steve Serby of the New York Post:

Of course, the prospect of a second Super Bowl championship for him and a fifth for the Packers is on the line in today’s NFC Championship game.

The 49ers haven’t won a Super Bowl since the 1994 season, and now Aaron Rodgers gets this unprecedented opportunity to remind Joe Montana’s old team what could have been and what they have missed when they didn’t draft him.

This is the fourth time Rodgers has been 60 minutes from the Super Bowl, but the first time he has encountered the 49ers standing between him and 60 minutes from the Lombardi: