The Green Bay Packers have laid some colossal beatdowns on their competition throughout their existence as they racked up division titles, field Hall of Fame quarterbacks, and demolished NFL spreads.
What are their highest-scoring games ever?
Highest-Scoring Packers Games: Most Points Ever
1. Green Bay Packers 57, Detroit Lions 21
Date: October 7, 1945
It only makes sense the highest-scoring game in Green Bay Packers history came at the mercy of the Detroit Lions. Quarterback Rory McKay threw for four touchdowns in the win, while the Packers picked off the Lions quarterbacks an alarming five times.
2. Green Bay Packers 56, Atlanta Falcons 3
Date: October 23, 1966
Defense and special teams were in full force for the Packers in their 1966 throttling of the Atlanta Falcons. Herb Adderley had a 68-yard interception return, while Donny Anderson ran back a punt 77-yards to put the game out of reach.
3. Green Bay Packers 55, Chicago Bears 14
Date: November 9, 2014
Aaron Rodgers makes his first but not last appearance on this list and was tremendous in Green Bay’s beatdown over their biggest rivals in the Chicago Bears. Rodgers threw six touchdown passes in the win, two of which went to his favorite wide receiver, Jordy Nelson.
4. Green Bay Packers 55, Tennessee Titans 7
Date: December 23, 2012
The Green Bay Packers held the Tennessee Titans scoreless through three quarters in this game and were also explosive on offense. Aaron Rodgers threw for 342 yards and three touchdowns, while Ryan Grant had a pair of rushing scores on the ground.
The demolition helped push Titans’ head coach Mike Munchak toward the NFL hot seat.
5. Green Bay Packers 55, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14
Date: October 2, 1983
The Packers destroyed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on this date, highlighted by a 35-point second quarter. Green Bay wasn’t kind to Bucs quarterback Jack Thompson in this affair, picking him off twice, including a pick-six by John Anderson.
6. Green Bay Packers 55, Cleveland Browns 7
Date: November 12, 1967
Ben Wilson and Donny Anderson had big days on the ground for the Packers in their victory over the Cleveland Browns. The dynamic rushing duo combined for 156 yards, while Anderson found the endzone thrice in the win.
7. Green Bay Packers 55, Chicago Cardinals 24
Date: November 1, 1942
There’s not a lot of data on these games back in the 1940s, but it’s still known that the Green Bay Packers laid a beating on the Chicago Cardinals by 30 points. Quarterback Cecil Isbell threw for 333 yards and five touchdowns in the victory.
8. Green Bay Packers 54, Pittsburgh Steelers 7
Date: November 23, 1941
In their second blowout of an AFC North club, the Packers scored early and often in their throttling of the Pittsburgh Steelers. What’s funny about this game was that the Steelers actually opened the scoring, but things went downhill after that with 54-straight points from the Pack.
9. Green Bay Packers 53, Philadelphia Eagles 20
Date: November 16, 2014
For the third time in the top ten, Aaron Rodgers went off and led the Packers to a blowout victory, this time over the Philadelphia Eagles. The future Hall of Fame quarterback threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns in their 33-point win, while Randall Cobb caught ten balls for 129 yards.
10. Green Bay Packers 52, New Orleans Saints 3
Date: October 9, 2005
This list likely wouldn’t be complete without Brett Favre on it, and he checks in here at number ten. Favre threw for 215 yards and three touchdowns in the Packers’ dismantling of the New Orleans Saints. In addition, Najeh Davenport rushed for two scores in the 49 point victory.
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