Sudden death: Cardinals beat Packers ...

Sudden death: Cardinals beat Packers 51-45 in OT in first round...

There are 4 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jan 10, 2010, titled Sudden death: Cardinals beat Packers 51-45 in OT in first round.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Old master Kurt Warner and playoff newcomer Aaron Rodgers staged a passing duel to rival any the NFL has seen.

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Joe

Tower, MN

#1 Jan 11, 2010
The Packers played a outstanding game offensively and it was a great wide open game for football fans to watch as both teams scored at will. Even though I am a Vikings diehard fan you have to give credit where credit is due the Packers never gave up even though their defense couldn't stop Warner's pin point accuracy and the Cards running game. Woodson and Cromartie had games I am sure they both want to forget as they couldn't cover or tackle anybody. Rodgers was outstanding in his first playoff game if you take away the interception and the fumble. He contnually was able to escape and hit his recievers at critical times. I was sure the Pack would win it when the Cards kicker missed the FG at the end of regulation and the Pack won the toss. It seems each time the Pack made a mistake it turned into points for the Cards. Lets face it if the Vikings can't win it why not our neihbors the Packers? What a great game that would have been had they met in the playoffs. Go Vikes!!!!
Credit

Denver, CO

#2 Jan 11, 2010
Credit for what? Arizona's defense did nothing, Adam Weber could have put up 400 yards passing. A-Rodgers put up big numbers this season & it amounted to somewhat less than a hill of beans. He turned the ball over on the first & last play of the game losing it for his team. Yeah, but he got so many yards!
Weber Kettle

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Jan 11, 2010
Credit wrote:
Credit for what? Arizona's defense did nothing, Adam Weber could have put up 400 yards passing. A-Rodgers put up big numbers this season & it amounted to somewhat less than a hill of beans. He turned the ball over on the first & last play of the game losing it for his team. Yeah, but he got so many yards!
You are correct except the Adam Weber getting 400 yards. I guess you didn't see to many Gopher games. He's the worst starting Q.B. that I can remember over the past 40 years of Gopher Football, going back to John Hankinson. The only one close to Weber pathetic play was Wendel Avery.
Joe

Tower, MN

#4 Jan 12, 2010
What has Adam Weber got to do with this game? Pretty lame to tear down a college kid when he isn't even part of the discussion. I guess some people have a difficult time appreciating what a wide open offesive game by both QB's this was. Read what I said again, no defense by either team.

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