The Green Bay Packers have not found their offensive rhythm in the last three months. Since September 28 against the Kansas City Chiefs, they have not had a game with both 250-plus yards passing and 100-plus yards rushing.
Facing a team that many believe could be the NFC's Super Bowl representative, it may be imperative for the Packers to finally find their offensive rhythm in order to beat the Arizona Cardinals.
Green Bay will battle a team with a loaded secondary, even without Tyrann Mathieu who is out for the year with injury.
They also can stop the run - the Packers' current offensive strength. Arizona has the game's 4th best run defense.
620WTMJ Voice of the Packers Wayne Larrivee joins our Jay Sorgi to discuss the matchups when the Packers own the football.