By BOB McGINN
Sunday will mark Mike McCarthy’s 222nd game as coach of the Green Bay Packers but only his sixth with his team as a two-touchdown favorite.
The Arizona Cardinals, fresh from a 45-10 clocking at the hands of the Los Angeles Chargers, are 14-point underdogs at Lambeau Field against the slumping Packers.
On Tuesday, three executives in personnel made it clear they don’t expect the Packers (4-6-1) to have any trouble winning or covering the spread.
“Even on a losing streak, Green Bay is still at home, still has No. 12 (Aaron Rodgers) and is still at least two touchdowns b...
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