GREEN BAY -- The last meeting between the Green Bay Packers and the Arizona Cardinals, just two weeks ago, was painful to watch. The Packers lost by 30 points. Fans were discouraged -- some even disgusted.
Some fans feel the Packers have gotten their groove back after a win this past Sunday, January 10th vs. the Washington Redskins on the road.
The big question is whether they can keep that momentum going this Saturday night in Arizona.
Kickoff is set for 7:15 p.m. at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Meanwhile, in Green Bay, across from Lambeau Field is a sign that reads: "Thru good times and pain, our Pack will reign."
The famous fence in front of Dotty Harrsch's home is painted at the beginning of each season. She and her pup, Packer, never lost faith, even through the Packers struggles this season -- but some neighbors did.
"They were questioning whether they were going to go all the way, but now we believe we can do it," said Harrsch.
"I think they can go all the way if they play like they did last week," said Rick Schwamb.
"Whatever it was, they better bring it this weekend," said Inge Heidmann.
The Packers playoffs excitement continues with a pep rally in Green Bay on Friday afternoon, January 15th at the Packers Heritage Trail Monument.
The Packers also invite fans to keep the celebration going Friday evening in Arizona, with a free Packers Everywhere Pep Rally.
The rally will feature Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy and Wayne Larrivee, the radio voice of the Packers, who will emcee the event.