Green Bay Packers at Phoenix Cardinals 26 to 17

Sunday, December 18, 1988, Week 16

The Green Bay Packers played the Phoenix Cardinals in Tempe on Sunday, December 18, 1988, Week 16 of the 1988 season. The Packers won by a score of 26-17. With this game, the Cardinals finished the season 4-4-0 at home, while the Packers finished 2-6-0 on the road for the 1988 season.

The Cardinals finished the season with a record of 7-9-0, while the Packers finished the season at 4-12-0.

Green Bay Packers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
344 239 105 3 22


Head Coach: Lindy Infante Defensive Coordinator: Hank Bullough Wide Receivers Coach: Wayne "Buddy" Geis Offensive Line Coach: Charlie Davis Tight Ends Coach: Virgil Knight Offensive Backs Coach: Willie Peete Offensive Assistant Coach: Joe Clark Defensive Line Coach: Greg Blache Outside Linebackers Coach: Dick Moseley Defensive Backs Coach: Dick Jauron Special Teams Coach: Howard Tippett Strength and Conditioning Coach: Virgil Knight

Phoenix Cardinals offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
265 147 118 1 16


Head Coach: Gene Stallings Offensive Coordinator: Jim Shofner Wide Receivers Coach: Mal M. Moore Offensive Line Coach: Tom Bresnahan Running Backs Coach: Hank Kuhlmann Defensive Line Coach: Jim Johnson Linebackers Coach: Joe Pascale Defensive Backs Coach: Dennis Thurman Special Teams Coach: Marv Braden Special Assistant Coach: Leon McLaughlin Quality Control Coach: Leon McLaughlin Strength and Conditioning Coach: LeBaron Caruthers Assistant Athletic Trainer: Jeff Herndon