Originally posted on The Sports Bank  |  Last updated 11/3/12
Winners of three straight, the Green Bay Packers welcome in the Arizona Cardinals who appear on the opposite side of the spectrum with four straight losses. The Cardinals (4-4) are the first team since the 2002 Oakland Raiders to start the year 4-0 and lose their next four games. Green Bay has a chance to make sure the birds from the desert don’t follow the same path as that Raiders team went on to finish the year 11-5 and win the Super Bowl behind MVP-quarterback Rich Gannon. Arizona Cardinals (4-4) Analysis: If you thought the Jaguars offense was bad, wait until you see Arizona’s squad. To call them one-dimensional would be a compliment. They have the 31st ranked rushing offense at 79.0 yards per game and are without their two best running backs in Ryan Williams and Beanie Wells (both on IR). Running Backs aren’t even the problem with the  Cardinals though, it’s the offensive line. Not sure why, but Arizona elected not to draft an offensive lineman in the first three rounds of th...
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