The Green Bay Packers will try to avoid a repeat of Week 16 when they visit the Arizona Cardinals in the Divisional round of the playoffs. The game will be televised on NBC and streamed online here.
When these teams last met in the regular season, the Cardinals had their way in a 38-8 win, sacking Aaron Rodgers eight times and returning two fumbles for touchdowns. Carson Palmer threw for two touchdowns and David Johnson rushed for one in the rout.
Authentic Mens Michael Oher Jersey Not a whole lot has changed for either team since then, although the Cardinals did fall flat in a 36-6 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 17. The Packers pulled themselves together long enough to take care of Washington on the road in the Wild Card round, reaching the Divisional round for the fifth time in six years.
Bryant and Wheaton do combine for a potent and dangerous duo that the Broncos will have trouble defending, but Brown was on another level this season. He was second in the NFL in receiving yards, just behind Julio Jones of the Atlanta Falcons. Those two had 300 more yards than the next receiver, Houston’s DeAndre Hopkins.
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Making matters worse, the Steelers are without their top two running backs. Le’Veon Bell was lost earlier in the season, and his replacement DeAngelo Williams filled in nicely. Unfortunately, Williams has been ruled out for Sunday’s game as well. He had 200 carries for 907 yards and 11 touchdowns in the regular season.
Williams was explosive and a huge part of what the Steelers do offensively. Behind him is Fitzgerald Toussaint, who has just 18 carries for 42 yards. The Pittsburgh offense won’t be pretty on Sunday, though they did enough to win late against the Bengals, and that was with Ben Roethlisberger dealing with serious injuries.
That miscue occurred after a timeout, which only further adds to its embarrassment. After the game, Titans tight end Delanie Walker called out his teammates for appearing to give up on the play.