Listening to Aaron Rodgers helped the Packers beat the Cardinals – Max on Randall Cobb’s 2 TDs | KJM

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Listening to Aaron Rodgers helped the Packers beat the Cardinals – Max on Randall Cobb’s 2 TDs | KJM

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams & Max Kellerman react to the Green Bay Packers’ 24-21 win over the Arizona Cardinals in Week 8.


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