My heart, if there is one, has been trampled once again. As a Green Bay Packers fan, its been downhill since the 4th and 26 miracle of 2004. It doesn't matter who the coach or quarterback is, the Packers continue to fall apart in big games.
The Packers just lost to the Arizona Cardinals in a wild game. The final tally was 51-45, ending in overtime on an unfortunate fumblerception. Aaron Rodgers, the Packers QB starts his postseason career 0-1. He started with a first play turnover and ended on a last play turnover. The guy can not catch a break and has yet to prove he can win big games.
The Arizona Cardinals played a good game, but I'm pulling the bullshit card on anyone that says they played better. They were handed 20 points (+14 more if you consider the non-calls on Fitzgerald tackling defensive backs).
The Packers roared back from the hole they dug and proved they were the better team 3/4 of the game. Take away the odd first quarter and the Packers win hands down, but thats dishonest to what really happened. The Packers have no one to blame but themselves. Turnovers and giving up field position makes winning tough.
This is a tough one to swallow. I don't blame any single player or coach for this loss. The Packers did everything to win this game, but made the rookie mistakes that have plagued them all year. They failed as a team, which is the best sign for next year that I can pull from this disastrous loss.