The Green Bay Packers are one of the most successful franchises in NFL history. In recent years, the Packers regularly make the playoffs and Aaron Rodgers even led the team to a Super Bowl victory. But Green Bay was also successful from the start, winning Super Bowls with head coach Vince Lombardi as well. That success has attracted a rabid fanbase in Green Bay that will support the team no matter what.

Stock Certificates.

The Packers are the only NFL team that allow fans to purchase stock in the team. This stock can never appreciate in value, but it's become clear that the public nature of the team has other advantages.

The Packers need to make monthly reports, can't be moved, and the organization isn't run by some huge billionaire.

Packers fans never have to worry about their team moving to Las Vegas for these reasons. The Raiders chose to move to Las Vegas because of the promise of a new stadium and public funding. In contrast, the Packers would never do such a thing because they are prohibited from doing so.

Other NFL Teams Moving.

In recent seasons, the Rams chose to move from St. Louis to Los Angeles, the Chargers moved from San Diego to Los Angeles, and now, the Raiders have chosen to move from Oakland to Vegas. And those are just three of the successful moves!

The Jaguars have repeatedly considered moving their team to London.

When the Bills were auctioned off, there were talks that the team would move from Buffalo to Toronto. Thankfully for the fans, neither of the moves actually did happen.

Packers Fan Security.

Green Bay Packers fans can remain comfortable knowing that their team will never be moved from its location. Even though NFL billionaires are more than happy to move operations in the name of greater profits, Green Bay's owners are its shareholders, who would never allow the team to move.

Fans should be thankful for that and for Aaron Rodgers, one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. In this year of tumultuous shifts, maybe Rodgers can pull together and lead the one team that's never moving to another Super Bowl victory.