Led by Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay crushed the Falcons 48-21, the Packers’ highest-scoring playoff game in the team’s history. Rodgers also broke a record, putting up more yards than Brett Favre ever did in a playoff game, and completing 31 of 36 passes. "I had eyes in the back of my head," said Rodgers. They started seeded sixth. Depending on who wins today's match between the Seahawks and the Bears, the Packers will go to Qwest or Soldier field next.