Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The Cardinals Are Going To Beat The Packers By 100

The Cardinals are just a few weeks removed from their 38-8 beat down of the Packers.  A beating that saw a struggling Aaron Rodgers get benched.

This weekend's beating of the Packers could set a playoff record for the worst beating in NFL playoff history.  The Packers aren't that good.  There is a reason ESPN has them ranked #7 in the NFL's postseason power rankings.

The Packers cute little trick of putting a receiver in the backfield isn't going to work against a real defense.  A trick they needed to use to get their offense going against the Redskins.

So how will the Packers run the ball?  No run game means you sit back and cover their sorry ass receivers who can't get open, leading to sacks of Rodgers.

Just like the Cardinals did less than a month ago.  Cardinals by 100!


  1. I wouldn't be too sure about that. The score for one will not be anywhere like it was in the last meeting. Definitely not going to be blown out by 100. As long as the O line can protect Rodgers then they have a shot. Also, Shields will most likely be back this game. He wasn't there the last meeting. Also, the Cardinals might be coming into this game a little cocky since they put a smacking on them a few weeks back. I hope they prove you and the rest of the haters wrong on Saturday night.

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  3. One last thing. How does the ESPN power ranking make any sense? You rank Seattle as 4th above Kansas City that shut out their opponent this past weekend. Seattle only won because the Minnesota kicker choked. I call it all bologna!