At the end of the 2021 regular season, Green Bay’s record was 13-4, making LaFleur the winningest coach in NFL history in the first three seasons with a 39-9 overall record. Not only that, but quarterback Aaron Rodgers is on the verge of being named the league MVP for the second year in a row.
However, one thing is still missing from the record books for LaFleur. After leading his team to a first-round bye each of his three years and a No. 1 seed two of the three years in the playoffs, a Super Bowl appearance is still absent, with the NFC Championship Game being as far as the Packers go before they seem to choke. Will next year be the year things change?
Now let’s change the topic to Aaron Rodgers that just won the NFL MVP of the season. This makes him back to back MVPs and four such awards overall, adding to the honors he also received in 2011,2014 and 2020.