Cardinals-Packers Playoff Opener is Sold Out, But is that a Good Thing?

January 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cardinals playoff opener against the Green Bay Packers has officially sold out. Whether that’s a good thing is yet to be seen.
Everyone has talked about the health of Anquan Boldin, Calais Campbell, and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie as keys to the game. They’ve pontificated about the psychological edge the Packers may have based on the fact that they have beaten the Cards twice this season at University of Phoenix Stadium. They’ve compared the Packers great finish to the Cardinals lackluster one.
They’ve talked about every possible factor in this game except the most important one.
Will University of Phoenix Stadium look like me after too many hours in the sun—all red—or will it resemble the condiment tray near the hot dog stand with relish, mustard, and ketchup? As a matter of fact, can we ban relish, mustard, and cheese from the game completely?
It may seem inconsequential, but the Cardinals have fed off the energy of their home crowd since Ken Whis...

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