Eschewing the tactic of resting starters and treating the season finale as a glorified exhibition game, the Green Bay Packers dismantled the Arizona Cardinals 33-7 on Sunday, setting up a playoff rematch in the desert slated for next Sunday. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers wrapped up a Pro Bowl season with an efficient performance, throwing only five incompletions and accounting for two touchdowns, while the defense pitched a near-shutout in a resounding win. And while some will question whether head coach Mike McCarthy made the right choice in keeping his foot on the gas pedal heading into the postseason, it's clear that the Packers have become quite comfortable in the valley. "They've (the Cardinals) got a lot to think about," said Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly after the game. Like allowi ...
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