Warner Valedictorian in Cardinals OT Win Over Packers

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Warner Valedictorian in Cardinals OT Win Over Packers

It’s that time again, folks. The time where we dissect the Cardinals latest performance, and issue grades based on...well, my opinion.

The Cardinals played the Green Bay Packers much like they’ve played other teams this season. They built a solid lead, then imploded in the secondary and allowed the opposition back into a game they had no business getting back into.

But as with everything else playoff-related, it’s magnified tenfold. Maybe one hundred-fold. The Packers are a very good football team, and were on a hot streak that had many choosing them as a legit Super Bowl contender. This isn’t the same as say, allowing the Houston Texans back in a game after a 17-point lead, or (gasp) the Detroit Lions. The Packers are a very talent rich bunch with a stud young QB, and an inferno-hot team of late.

Thus, the difference between those regular season collapses/near disappointments. This time, it made for one of the most exciting games I've seen in...well, forever. And in the end, led by their field general Kurt Warner, the Cardinals passed with flying colors.

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