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The Cardinals don't have quarterbacks hit triple digits in their game ratings very often. The Cardinals had three of them end the game with a passer rating of more than 100 against the Packers.
Carson Palmer led the way with 4-of-6 passing for 77 yards and a touchdown which resulted in a 149.3 rating for the night.
Drew Stanton's rating of 105.4 was solid, like his performance. The backup quarterback finished 8-of-14 passing with 107 yards and a touchdown of his own. Third-stringer Ryan Lindley posted a rating of 104.2 on the strength of 3-of-5 passing for 78 yards.
None of the quarterbacks threw an interception against Green Bay, which helped those ratings.
Last season, Kevin Kolb led the team with an 86.1 rating in limited action. The team finished 2012 with a 63.1 quarterback rating, so this game was a vast improvement.