NFC Divisional Round Preview: Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals

The NFL Playoffs continue with an NFC Divisional round matchup featuring the 5th-seeded Green Bay Packers visiting the 2nd-seeded Arizona Cardinals. The ITP editors have collected our coverage of these two teams from the 2015 season.

Green Bay

After a rough first half against the St. Louis Rams, Aaron Rodgers started the third quarter with a quick touchdown drive that helped the Packers on their way to victory.


Dave Archibald broke down Green Bay’s defense prior to their matchup against the Denver Broncos.


Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was able to beat the Packers’ defense for a big touchdown pass.


Memories of DeSean Jackson are surely keeping Green Bay’s defensive backs up at night, and this play is an example of why.


Daniel Syed breaks down the hail mary pass from Aaron Rodgers to Richard Rodgers against the Detroit Lions.

Arizona

In a preview of their game against the San Francisco 49ers, Schofield showed how Arizona attacks the Cover 2 defense.


The St. Louis Rams were able to top the Cardinals early in the season. Archibald shows how their defense accomplished the feat. 


Schofield highlights a fourth quarter touchdown drive Arizona’s defense allowed to the Rams.


The Cardinals’ ground game can dominate as shown here in their win over the Detroit Lions.


In a preview of their matchup with the Baltimore Ravens, Schofield illustrates how Arizona utilizes wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.


A big throw from Carson Palmer to JJ Nelson helped the Cardinals secure their win over the Cincinnati Bengals.


Sal Conti demonstrates how the Cardinals’ third down offense is one of the main reasons Arizona has been successful this season.


Brian Filipiak shows us how Arizona’s ground game uses motion before the snap, and a future Hall of Fame receiver to excel.


Look for Calais Campbell after successful field goals to see his signature move.


Chuck Zodda explains why Chandler Catanzaro is the next great NFL kicker.

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