Green Bay Packers Posters
NFL Posters – Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers posters consistently sell more than most NFL franchises on allposters.com. Despite his retirement, Brett Favre continues to dominate the Green Bay Packers’ poster market. He was one of the few truly iconic stars in the NFL at the time of his retirement.
Brett Favre Posters
Brett Favre retired as the NFL’s All-Time leader in touchdowns and passing yards. He was an iron man, leading NFL history for the most consecutive starts for an NFL quarterback. Favre won the NFL MVP Award three times and won a lone Super Bowl championship. Last year, he led the Pack within one game of the Super Bowl, so it was a major shock when the aging quarterback retired in the offseason.
There are several montage posters on the site, including one with Favre strapping his helmet on while a larger Brett Favre stands ready to throw in the background. An indestructible composite has several Favre actions shots. Among my favorites are a photo of Brett Favre making the long walk back to the huddle from the Packers sideline, his head down as he contemplates the next play. Another favorite is the famous photo of Favre running with his hands in the air after his 400th touchdown pass.
Green Bay Packers Posters – A.J. Hawk
A.J. Hawk was the fifth overall pick of the 2006 NFL Draft. Hawk was chosen to be the leader of the Pack Attack defense for the next ten years. In his second season in the league, Hawk began to assert his role in the Packers defense.
The A.J. Hawk posters has him in the familiar green Packers home jersey, getting into a tacklers crouch so he can perform a form tackle. This poster is mislabelled A.J. Hawkins, so if you’re having trouble searching for A.J. Hawk on All-Posters, you might place ‘hawkins’ into the internal search engine on allposters.
Aaron Rogers – Packers Quarterback Posters
Aaron Rogers was chosen by the Green Bay Packers with their 1st round selection in the 2005 NFL Draft. Favre wasn’t real happy with the selection at the time, because he believed the team should spend high picks on improving the team around him, not drafting his replacement. Favre eventually warmed to the kid, and now Aaron Rogers is set to take over for the legend. Rogers showed promise in a late-season showdown with the Dallas Cowboys last year. He knows how Favre feels now, as the Packers just drafted Brian Brom as a 2nd round pick to serve as Rogers’ backup.
The lone All Posters poster of Aaron Rogers has him standing in the pocket, about to deliver the ball downfield. Rogers appears to be at Lambeau Field, because he is in a Packers’ green home jersey and the field is grass.
Green Bay Posters – Lambeau Field
Lambeau Field is named for Curly Lambeau, who not only played and coached for the Packers, but also founded the franchise. Lambeau was so instrumental in the early days of Title Town that the Packers named their legendary stadium for him and not Vince Lombardi. The "frozen tundra" of Lambeau Field is one of the toughest places to play in the winter months, and is one of the most famous venues in all of American football.
There are four posters of Lambeau Field. Three are more contemporary photos of the stadium, while the fourth is a blimp photo of the New Lambeau Field.This is my favorite picture of Lambeau Field, because it has a throwback feel to it.
Charles Woodson Posters – Al Harris Posters
Al Harris and Charles Woodson were the Packers star cornerbacks last season. The Packs’ big corners gave trouble to some of the best receiving corps in the league, because they play man-coverage and tend to beat up the receivers at the line of scrimmage. Along with a strong pass rush, Woodson and Harris were a major reason for Green Bay’s strong defensive showing in a 13-3 season.
The Al Harris poster has him covering a Chiefs receiver on the road. The photo clearly shows Harris’ trademark hair-weave dredlocks. There are four Charles Woodson posters. The first has Woodson running with an interception against the chiefs, the second has him running with an interception against an unknown team on new turf. A third has Woodson in a green jersey about to take on a blocker, while the fourth has him catching a ball over his shoulder in the packers green.
Green Bay Packers Football Posters – Ryan Grant
Ryan Grant was a little known former 6th round draft pick of the New York Giants until the middle of last year. That’s when injuries and ineffectiveness of several other players (Brandon Jackson, Vernand Morency, DeShawn Wynn) led to the installment of Ryan Grant as the Packers new starting running. Grant never looked back and was a major factor on the Packers team which reached the NFC Championship Game.
The Ryan Grant posters is a photo of Grant running in the Packers NFC Divisional Championship Round, when he fumbled twice early in the game, but eventually torched the Seattle Seahawks for a big day. The picture is dramatic not only for the playoff atmosphere, but because of a heavy snow that hit the area on the day of the game.
Green Bay Classics – Favre Walking Away
Despite all the great posters of Green Bay Packers players on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field, my absolute favorite Packers photo shows Brett Favre walking slowly back to the Pack’s huddle. Favre has his head down, appearing to think deeply about whatever played has been called. His teammates await their leader.
While this photo might have been taken years ago, in light of Favre’s recent retirement, this Brett Favre poster seems to depict the Hall of Fame Packer walking into the twilight.