Following four straight losses, the Arizona Cardinals (4-4) now hope to get back on track against a Green Bay Packers (5-3) team coming off a three victories, including a signature win over the Houston Texans.
Three weeks ago Kevin Kolb went down and, though he's far from an elite NFL quarterback, he was the best option the Cardinals had. In his absence John Skelton had an excellent game against the Minnesota Vikings, but struggled when he faced the San Francisco 49ers where he averaged just 5.4 yards per pass and threw one interception. Despite all this, receiver Andre Roberts has been a pleasant surprise with his 454 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
The Green Bay Packers may have three losses to their name, but their season has been all about Aaron Rodgers. He has been stellar this season and is on pace for a wholly ridiculous 4,300 yards and 42 touchdowns-- all while completing near 70 percent of his passes.
The Packers elected to bank on the upside of running back Alex Green, rather than making a big play in acquiring a veteran back. Time will tell whether this was the right move.
Sunday, Nov. 4; 1 p.m. ET
Lambeau Field -- Green Bay, Wis.
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