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Football fans want a competitive, high scoring, and hard hitting football game to watch on Sunday's. When the Cardinals and Packers meet their games are a prime example of this when two popular NFC franchises compete to win and get one step closer to the playoffs. When these two teams meet they fight to win. Both teams have great players such as: Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy, Clay Matthews, Jordy Nelson, Carson Palmer, John Brown, Patrick Peterson, and many more. Watching these players battle against one another is must see football for all. Rukkus is the only ticket site that can 100% guarantee sports ticket prices at the cheapest costs for Cardinals vs. Packers tickets. When searching for NFL tickets at a cheap price, make sure to look at Rukkus or call our concierge line to help you get the best and cheapest Cardinals vs. Packers tickets. As the game improves every year the games get more and more exciting, Rukkus can provide you with the best cheap tickets for the NFL games like the Cardinals vs. Packers!

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December 27, 2015 U of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)


Arizona Cardinals: Green Bay Packers:


Late in 2015 fans are in for a great game as NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers and the Packers travel to take on the Cardinals. Aaron Rodgers is looking to continue his dominance of the NFL and build on last year's MVP performance. But this may be difficult in this game as Arizona's secondary is one of the best in the league and often adopts the term "no fly zone" as it's often difficult for offenses to have big passing days on them. Led by Patrick Peterson, the Arizona secondary will look to stop Aaron Rodgers and the Packer offense. The Arizona team will also have a difficult day against Clay Matthews and the strong Packer defense. QB Carson Palmer will look to find open receivers and conduct the Arizona offense throughout the game. These two playoff NFC teams will give fans a great matchup that shouldn't be missed.

November 12, 2012 Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI)


Arizona Cardinals: 17 Green Bay Packers: 31


It was all Aaron Rodgers on this day as he led the Packers to a victory at home over the Arizona Cardinals. Scoring began as Rodgers found Randall Cobb for a 13 yard touchdown. The Cardinals tied the game up on a Larod Stephens-Howling 1 yard run for a touchdown in the second quarter. But Rodgers would stay hot in the second quarter throwing for two touchdowns, one again to Cobb for 21 yards and the other to James Jones from 28 yards as the Packers head into the half up 21-7. Play picks up in the second half with a Green Bay field goal from 33 yards out by Mason Crosby. The Cardinals score their second touchdown of the game when John Skelton finds Larry Fitzgerald for a 31 yard touchdown, the Cardinals would also put up a field goal by Jay Feely from 20 yards out. As the third quarter ticks down, Rodgers throws a 72 yard bomb to Tom Crabtree for a touchdown. This would be the last scoring by both teams as the Packers win 31-17 and Rodgers ends the day with 4 touchdowns and 218 yards.

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