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Cardinals vs. Packers: Arizona loses fifth straight, 31-17

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers handed the Arizona Cardinals their fifth straight loss on Sunday, as the Packers defeated the Cards, 31-17.

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Cardinals to use bye week to re-evaluate team

Potter possibly starting on Nov. 18 against the Atlanta Falcons is one of the changes head coach Ken Whisenhunt may make to shake up his lineup in an attempt to right the Cardinals' fast sinking ship.

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Rookie OT Potter Impressed Whisenhunt in loss

The tackle position for the Cardinals has been a revolving door of stop-gaps. Rookie outside tackle Nate Potter, was inserted to Sunday's game versus Green Bay and managed to keep a three-time Pro Bowl player away from Arizona's quarterback.

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NFL Power Rankings: Bears bust into the top-3

So that Bears defense is pretty intimidating, eh? If only Arizona fans could still say that same thing about any aspect of the Cardinals...

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Cards OLB Schofield out for season

After undergoing an MRI on Monday, the Cardinals' linebacker tweeted out the disappointing news to his followers.

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Revenge of the Birds tries to find the words

The Arizona Cardinals still can't stop their skid, and Revenge of the Birds is forced to have to still come up with five positive things to take from the game.

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Early Doucet should be benched for Michael Floyd

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Early Doucet had a rough game against the Packers on Sunday, dropping three passes and failing to record a single yard. It is time rookie Michael Floyd takes his place.

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O'Brien Schofield to receive MRI on left ankle

Arizona linebacker O'Brien Schofield informed fans through Twitter after Sunday's game that he's set to receive an MRI on his sprained left ankle sometime Monday.

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Morning after observations of Cards/Packers

What was the good and the bad from the Cards' fifth straight loss?

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Cardinals lose 5th straight, fall to GB, 31-17

The Arizona Cardinals lost their fifth straight game on Sunday, as the Green Bay Packers knocked off the Cards, 31-17.

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Cardinals trail Packers 31-17 after third quarter

After three quarters of play, the Green Bay Packers lead the Arizona Cardinals by a score of 31-17.

The Cardinals were able to make up some ground earlier in the third quarter thanks to a 31-yard touchdown pass from John Skelton to Larry Fitzgerald that capped off an eight-play, 87-yard drive. Later on, they closed the gap even further on a 20-yard Jay Feely field goal. It was the second lengthy drive of the quarter for Arizona, this time going 11 plays for 74 yards in a little over five minutes of possession time.

But the Packers kept pace with their opponents, adding a field goal of their own at the beginning of the second half after Skelton was picked off deep in his own territory. Later on, in the closing minutes of the quarter, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers hit wide receiver Tom Crabtree on a 72-yard strike to extend Green Bay's advantage to 14.

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Packers lead Arizona, 21-7, at half behind Rodgers

A one-yard touchdown run to the outside by LaRod Stephens-Howling got the Arizona Cardinals on the board, but Aaron Rodgers' three touchdown passes have the Green Bay Packers leading the Cardinals, 21-7, at halftime of their Sunday afternoon meeting at Lambeau Field.

To cap a quick, three-play, 43-yard drive, Stephens-Howling evaded tacklers and turned the corner at the last moment to score the Cardinals' first touchdown of the day. Stephens-Howling ended the first half with the one score and nearly 50 yards of offense.

The Packers responded, running a methodical 12-play, 80-yard drive that was capped by quarterback Aaron Rodgers' second touchdown strike to Cobb from 21 yards out midway through the second quarter.

With the second quarter coming to a close, Rodgers connected with receiver James Jones on the first play after the two minute warning to give the Packers the two-touchdown lead as they headed into the locker room. The 28-yard pass gave Rodgers three touchdown passes on the day.

The Cardinals were driving at the end of the second quarter, but a sack of John Skelton put a halt to the momentum.

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Green Bay up seven on Cardinals after one quarter

Aaron Rodgers' 13-yard pass to Randall Cobb to cap an 11-play, 84-yard drive gave the Green Bay Packers the first score of the game in their Sunday afternoon showdown with the Arizona Cardinals as the Packers lead, 7-0, at the end of the first quarter.

Both teams had struggled to get offense going early on, including a missed field goal from the Packers' Mason Crosby. Cardinals quarterback John Skelton has been inconsistent so far, completing three passes in the first quarter for 29 yards.

LaRod Stephens-Howling has been the key rusher for the Cardinals with the absence of Beanie Wells, and has rushed for 21 yards in the first quarter of Sunday's meeting. Stephens-Howling has also accounted for some of Skelton's passing yards, having hauled in a 14-yard completion from the quarterback.

Rodgers has been held in check in the first quarter, completing about half of his passes to go with his touchdown to Cobb.

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Todd Heap among Cardinals inactives

The Cardinals and Packers will battle it out at Lambeau Field, with both teams missing major pieces to their respective puzzles.

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Cardinals try to end skid against Packers

The Cardinals will look to take advantage of a banged up Packers squad as the two teams face off on Sunday.

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What are the keys to the Cards beating the Pack?

Arizona will have their hands full matching up against NFL MVP quarterback, Aaron Rodgers and the lethal passing attack of the Packers.

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How have the Cards fared against the Packers?

some fun facts about the two teams.

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Cardinals 'D' looking for answers in red zone

After a promising start to the year, the Cardinals defense is struggling to protect the goal line.

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Jordy Nelson questionable, 6 out for Green Bay

Greg Jennings and Charles Woodson are among five Packers out for the Cardinals' visit to Lambeau, while Jordy Nelson is questionable.

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Guard Adam Snyder ruled out for Cardinals

An already struggling Cardinals' offensive line will be without the services of Adam Snyder (quadricep) this weekend against Packers.

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Fitzgerald unaffected by diminishing touches

Cardinals' wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald says his mindset has not changed during Arizona's recent struggles.

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Larry Fitzgerald unconcerned with production

Larry Fitzgerald hasn't put up big receiving stats recently, but he said he isn't worried about his production.

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Cardinal rookie offensive linemen wait their turn

The Cardinals have had issues and injuries along the offensive line, leaving a pair of rookies on the cusp of playing.

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Packers' Jordy Nelson did not practice on Thursday

Already playing without Greg Jennings, the Packers were without Jordy Nelson in practice on Thursday.

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Kevin Kolb, Adam Snyder still not practicing

Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb remained out of practice on Thursday. Guard Adam Snyder also missed practice for the second straight day.

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Will the Cards make a trade deadline move?

The Arizona Cardinals will probably remain in the shadows for Thursday's trade deadline.

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Green Bay's Jennings, Woodson out against Arizona

The Green Bay Packers will host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday sans Greg Jennings and Charles Woodson.

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Cardinals Vs. Packers: Green Bay opens as favorite

The Green Bay Packers are the opening favorites in Las Vegas as they host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

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Heap addresses Dockett comments, playing with pain

Cardinals tight end Todd Heap responds to comments made by Darnell Dockett about the team's need for players to get out of the training room and back on the field.

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