The Arizona Cardinals put another beatdown on a team. This time it was the Green Bay Packers, who suffered a 38-8 loss with three offensive linemen injured. Arizona collected nine sacks, picked off a pass, scored two defensive touchdowns and forced four fumbles. The win clinched a first round playoff bye for the Cardinals. Here are recaps of the game.
Cardinals vs. Packers final score: What we learned in the 38-8 Arizona win - Revenge of the Birds
We learned Arizona is damn good.
Arizona Cardinals clinch first round bye over Green Bay Packers 38-8 - Revenge of the Birds
The Cardinals 38-8 win over the Packers is broken down in our recap of the bye week clinching win.
Cardinals Sack Packers, Clinch Bye
Defense dominates in 38-8 win as Cards win ninth straight
Cardinals' Offense Efficient Again
To back up defense, unit moves ball both in air and on ground against Packers
Defensive Front Parties With Aaron Rodgers
Notes: Things turn ugly for Palmer pre-game; Bethel holds up; Fitz ties record
Quotable: "There were so many great moments in the ball game on all sides of the field."
Relive the top plays in the Cardinals dominating win over the Packers
The last time the Packers played in Arizona, it was highlighted by a strip-sack of Aaron Rodgers. It only made sense that this time the Packers came to Arizona, it was highlighted by a strip-sack of Aaron Rodgers. Actually, two. And actually, that’s the only thing those two games had in common.
All season, the Cardinals have bemoaned their inability to play a complete game, promising they would recognize one when they saw it.
The Cardinals sent a message on Sunday. They're looking like the best team in football.
Arizona sacked Aaron Rodgers eight times and returned two of his fumbles for touchdowns to secure a first-round playoff bye.
The Green Bay Packers were manhandled from start to finish Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
The Green Bay Packers lose to the Arizona Cardinals 38-8 in Week 16 of the 2015 NFL season.
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Packers Coach Mike McCarthy referred to it as an "ugly loss," and focused on how his team would respond to it 38-8 loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.
Fake punt, Daniels INT provided opportunities to stay in the game
Arizona’s defense got to and sacked Rodgers eight times (they had nine sacks overall), and quarterback Carson Palmer was his usual outstanding self on this his 36th birthday, throwing for 265 yards and two touchdowns, in the Cardinals’ 38-8 mauling of the Packers.
The Arizona Cardinals beat the Green Bay Packers and their road to Super Bowl 50 will have one less stop to make.
For parts of the last few weeks a topic of conversation in Arizona was how UofP Stadium was going to be taken over by Packers fans.