It's going to be one long bye week for the Arizona Cardinals.
The Cardinals cut a 17-point deficit to a touchdown late in the third quarter, only to give up a 72-yard score less than a minute later that sealed their fifth straight loss.
Arizona (4-5) would pick up just one first down the rest of the game, a 31-17 Green Bay victory, and will spend the next week wondering how it let so many chances slip away.
''That's like a broken record. If you look at our five games that we've lost - which is extremely disappointing - the one thing that's consistent is that we've had opportunities to make plays and we haven't done it,'' Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said. ''Green Bay's a good football team. But today, in my opinion, was as much about what we didn't do as what they did do.''
John Skelton threw for 306 yards, and he was able to find enough holes in the Green Bay defense for big gains time and again.
But the Packers (6-3) did a good job bottling up Larry Fitzgerald, and ...