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A Packers loss so shocking it cost Mike McCarthy his job

If Sunday reminded us anything about the NFL, it's how little we actually know for sure.

There will be lots of speculation in the coming weeks about the future of the Green Bay Packers, and where fired coach Mike McCarthy will land. That conjecture is inevitable. But Arizona's 20-17 victory over the Packers was so stunning, so against-all-odds weird, it's worth revisiting.

The Cardinals were

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