While the Cardinals pieced together a calculated patchwork of backups and starters on pitch counts, the Packers played three quarters of the game as if the outcome mattered. Only time till tell which strategy was the right one, but there were clearly two entirely different approaches to yesterday's game between Green Bay and Arizona. Green Bay chose their poison: momentum, flow, sync, and confidence, wanting to start the postseason on a roll. Arizona selected their strategy: to rest players, hold their cards close to their vest so as to reveal virtually nothing. The result is that, as Cardinals fans are quick to point out, that it appeared the Arizona players didn't care, among other valid concerns. Critics will say they were lethargic and outmatched even when the starters from ...
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