Packers Must Win Battle Up Front To Contain Warner, Cardinals

Posted: 5th January 2010 by Peter Bukowski in NFL
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Forget Larry Fitzgerald against Charles Woodson. Ok, donÆt forget it. ItÆs probably the sexiest player-player match-up in the first round of the playoffs, but it wonÆt decide the game Sunday when the Cardinals play the Packers in Glendale. Listen to the call of an NFL football long enough and youÆll inevitably here talk about the work in ôthe trenchesö that goes unnoticed. The color analyst will spout clichÚ phrases about the ôwarriorsö or the ôbig ugliesö that donÆt get the credit they deserve. We get it. By now, anyone who has watched more than three football games in his or her life understands the important of winning the battle upfront (see, there I go with the clichÚs now). And for as many ôsexyö match-ups as there will be at University Phoenix stadium, none will weigh ...

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