The Cardinals made it interesting. For a little while.
At the half, the Packers lead by 14 points, 21-7.
After Arizona knotted the score at seven, the Packers have added a pair of touchdowns via passes from Aaron Rodgers. He connected with Randall Cobb for the second time in the first half (21 yards), and then James Jones (28 yards).
Cobb has added 23 yards on a pair of carries, making him an intriguing option to beef up a mediocre running game.
And even though Rodgers’ stats show an interception due to Cobb not being able to handle a ball thrown low, Rodgers atoned for it by diving head first to recover a fumble from James Starks.