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Once upon a time, before the Cardinals ran their home playoff record all-time to 4-0 with a thrilling 51-45 overtime win over the Packers, before Kurt Warner had more touchdown passes (five) than incompletions (four), before Karlos Dansby’s fumble return brought Mike McCarthy to his knees, there was a baby on the way.
The trailer for the Divisional round game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Green Bay Packers.
The Green Bay Packers take on the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Divisional playoff. Vic and Mike talk about what's at stake, players to watch, and ways the Packers can win.
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The Green Bay Packers face off against the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Divisional playoff.
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Oddsmakers are picking the Cardinals, the NFC's No. 2 seed, by seven points, although Packers coach Mike McCarthy wouldn't call his team the underdog.
The Cardinals and Green Bay Packers played each other less than three weeks ago, but that game may as well have been last year, which, technically, it was.
Jess Root: Cardinals 28, Packers 20
I see this game going a lot like many of the Cardinals games. They get up early, the Packers get close as they rally and then the Cards score a key touchdown late in the game to seal the deal.
Jesse Reynolds: Cardinals 27, Packers 21
I think this game is going to have some ugly moments for both teams, for the Cardinals some jitters and some mistakes are likely to happen and the Packers more experienced team will get them an early lead but the Cardinals offense will eventually prove too much as the Cardinals pull away in the fourth.
Skii: Cardinals 24, Packers 17
This isn't the Green Bay team we saw in Week 16, but I trust Palmer and co. to get the job done. Palmer will find multiple receivers in the endzone (I'm going with Michael Floyd), and David Johnson will sneak a redzone TD in as well. Rodgers will keep Green Bay in the game but ultimately come up short.
Robert Norman: Cardinals 28, Packers 10
Despite the hype surrounding the recently resurrected Packers ability to run the football against Washington's 26th ranked run defense, the Cardinals will stifle Green Bay's offense while showing off their balanced offense and typical aggressive defense.
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