Some last minute thoughts as the Packers and Cardinals are only hours away from their NFC Wild Card Matchup at University of Phoenix Stadium. The winner knows where they're headed. With the Cowboys demolition (for a third straight time this year) of the Philadelphia Eagles last night, Dallas travels to Minnesota next Sunday while the Packers or Cardinals will play the Divisional round in the Big Easy against top seeded New Orleans. For Arizona, the big question remains the health of Anquan Bolden. The thousand yard receiver is listed as questionable but hasn't practiced all week. The MCL sprain and high ankle sprain will be tested before the game and teammate Larry Fitzgerald said Saturday, "If I'm a betting man, he'll be out there." Two key members of the secondary are also questionable, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Antrel Rolle. If they can't go, it's a big advantage for the Pack. Derrick Martin is doubtful, I don't think he'll help the Packers special teams today. My keys to the game: Green Bay must be the better running team to keep the offensive play calling balanced. That's when they are at their best. Protect nickel and dime backs Jarrett Bush and Brandon Underwood as much as possible. Don't allow the Cardinals to exploit man to man matchups with either one. To do that, Clay Matthews will need to win his one on one battle with backup tackle Jeff Bridges. It should be a shootout, I like the Pack 30-27. Too bad the game's indoors, another partly sunny, 70 degree day in Phoenix. A complete post-game analysis will be online tonight.
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