Cardinals beat the Packers 51-45 in overtime in highest scoring playoff game in NFL history

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In one of the best passing clinics we've seen in a long time, and won't see again until... well... maybe the Saints-Cardinals game next week, the Cardinals ended up beating the Packers on an Aaron Rodgers fumble in overtime, returned by Karlos Dansby for a touchdown.

Aaron Rodgers set a Packers playoff record with 422 yards on 28/42 passing with 4 TD's and 1 INT, while Kurt Warner was nearly perfect on the other side, racking up 379 yards and 5 TD's on 29/33 passing.

Larry Fitzgerald and Early Doucet each had 2 receiving TD's for the Cardinals, but it was Dansby's fumble return at the end to ironically finish the most offensive game in playoff history.

The Cardinals will go on to play the Saints next week in New Orleans.
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