The Arizona Cardinals came away with a stunning 20-17 win over the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday.

And it was stunning for several reasons.

For starters, the Cardinals had won just two games this season prior to the victory, and both of those wins came against the 2-9 San Francisco 49ers.

But there was also another reason that the win was so surprising, and it had to do with Arizona's history of losing in Green Bay.

According to the NFL Media Research Department, the Cardinals earned a road win against the Packers for just the first time since 1949, which is one of the craziest stats ever.

Well, it's safe to say that the Cardinals are going to party like its 1949 tonight.

After all, there haven't been many reasons to party this season, as the team has struggled to find consistency in Steve Wilks' first year on the job.

But the Cardinals were able to slow down Aaron Rodgers and company in Week 13, with the star quarterback throwing for just 233 yards and one touchdown.

Josh Rosen wasn't perfect under center for the Cardinals, going 11 of 26 for 149 yards through the air, but the most important statistic was that he had no interceptions.

In fact, Arizona didn't commit a single turnover in the game, and that's a big reason why the victory was attainable.

The most valuable player for the Cardinals was likely running back Chase Edmonds, who scored his first two NFL touchdowns while posting five carries for 53 yards.