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What To Watch In the Packers, Cardinals Game

Sorry, it’s a slow news day.

But seriously, the Arizona Cardinals cheerleaders rank right up there in the pantheon of the NFL’s hottest cheerleaders, and we should know, because we like cheerleaders… a lot.

They may not get as much publicity as the Dallas Cowboys’ cheerleaders and they may not be quite as hot as the Philadelphia Eagles’ cheerleaders (who knew there were hot girls in Philly for Christ sake?), but they’re still pretty damn hot.

With no offense to the St. Norbert’s and UWGB girls, this is what a cheerleading squad is supposed to look like.





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Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

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8 Comments

  1. Gig December 30, 2009

    I guess STILL no one has read this link that states clearly that the team with the better record in the wild card games gets home field advantage, which could be the Packers with a win on Sunday… read the link people!!!

    http://www.nfl.com/standings/tiebreakingprocedures

  2. Matt December 30, 2009

    Greg I don’t believe that’s the case if the Arizona Cardinals win their division, which they have.

  3. Matt December 30, 2009

    And, for some reason I called you Greg. Apologies.

  4. Monty December 30, 2009

    This is really more about the cheerleaders than it is about the quality of the game. I mean, get your mind in the gutter!

  5. Gig December 30, 2009

    Here is yet another link that proves the Packers can get home field advantage in the playoffs if they have a better record than the division winner.

    http://sports.outsidethebeltway.com/2008/04/nfl-rules-changes-2008/

    The owner’s meetings have resulted in various minor tweaks to the rules but the two most controversial, requiring players with long hair to keep it tucked under their helmets and allowing wild-card teams with superior records to have home field advantage over a division winner, were not passed.

    Go check it out, then let McCarthy know.

  6. Gig December 30, 2009

    OK it changed in 2009, check this link from CBS Sports

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/standings/playoffrace/seeds

    There are no restrictions on intra-division games and the higher seed of any matchup will have home-field advantage.

  7. Matt December 30, 2009

    Gig, I think you’re misinterpreting all that stuff. “The two most controversial [tweaks]… were not passed.” Ain’t happenin’. Only way the Pack would get home-field is if they keep the 5 seed and end up facing the 6. But on the bright side, Arizona’s cheerleaders.

  8. Jeremy December 31, 2009

    Gig,

    We’ve read the link. It’s only to settle home field between two wild-card teams. The Cards are Div Champs.