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Instant Replay – Packers 31, Cardinals 17

Posted by Duke Bobber on November 4, 2012 – 6:54 pm

Win over Cardinals positions Packers for grind

Win over Cardinals positions Packers for grind

The Green Bay Packers welcomed the arrival of their much-needed bye week with a win over Arizona, but Mike McCarthy was already turning his thoughts ahead to the Detroit Lions. – Read More

Packers RBs Alex Green and James Starks

Packers’ running game comes to life in win over Cardinals

The same way Mike McCarthy believed earlier this season the Packers’ offense wasn’t “far off” amidst some struggles, T.J. Lang said that very thing about the running game this past week. – Read More

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers celebrates with Head Coach Mike McCarthy

Aaron Rodgers sacks himself after Packers win

Aaron Rodgers added four more TD passes to his league-leading total, but a QB who has been sacked 29 times this season added one more following Sunday’s win. Rodgers sacked himself. – Read More

TE Tom Crabtree took a 3rd quarter pass 72 yards for a score

Game notes: Tom Crabtree has become big-play receiver

Opponents had better beware of any more birthdays in the Crabtree family coming up. – Read More

Packers-Cardinals game highlights
Aaron Rodgers: We control our own destiny
Mike McCarthy: Get ready for the grind
Randall Cobb reflects on his 202 yard game
Tom Crabtree celebrates his birthday with a TD
Alex Green: Run game has a chance to be great
James Starks got to contribute
James Jones is playing hungry
Erik Walden made the play
Sights & Sounds: Packers-Cardinals

Packers-Cardinals game photos

Look through the lens of longtime team photographer Jim Biever. Check out photos from Sunday’s Packers-Cardinals game at Lambeau Field. – View Photos

Click here to read the Packers-Cardinals game chat transcript

Click here to read’s gameday chat with Vic Ketchman and Mike Spofford.

Packers-Cardinals extra points

Winning streak hits four; Packers-Cardinals post-game notes & quotes
Vic’s bulletin game story: Aaron Rodgers pitches four TDs in 31-17 Packers win

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6 Responses to “Instant Replay – Packers 31, Cardinals 17”

  1. By David on Nov 5, 2012 | Reply

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  2. By souza, renato on Nov 5, 2012 | Reply

    I agree wint Aaron Rodgers whem he said that “whe control our own destiny”, i also agree with Aaron whem he said “i recovered a fambleb”, but i have to desagree with Aaron whem he said “i have to profit my play”. but you are plaiyng mutch better now, and the 3 games losted are not fault of you Aaron, it´s fault of the defense.
    I support and I believe in you and in your capacacity Aaron, don´t be too hard on yourself.

  3. By William Lea on Nov 5, 2012 | Reply

    Pack win is nice, but we still have players going through the motion, Finley looks clumsey and has a bad attitude and can’t wait to get out of GB. also Bush can’t tackle, never could and never will. I like the play of hayward, House,Richerson, Moses. At least they want to play the game.

  4. By JUSTIRON on Nov 5, 2012 | Reply

    All i hear is bears this bears that,and am getting tired of it frankly.Their schedule has been some what easy,the true test is the texans this week.I bet all bear fans wont talk about the packers catching up,but arent sleeping good at night right now.Let me break it down for you,texans were undefeated,packers WON.Chicago has one loss this year,to the pack.I hear all the bears fan talk but when i mention the packers,you see it in their eyes,uneasy look! Cutler is having a blast now, no crying,hideing on the bench,mighty than tho attitude! Bears fan enjoy now because IT will be short lived……

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