Found October 03, 2013 on Packers Talk Radio Network:
Mike McCarthy has been called many things during his tenure as the Packers’ Head Coach. Some think he is a terrific coach, able to get the most out of his players which shows in their consistently competing for the playoffs. His 75-40 regular season record over seven plus seasons speaks volumes to why many have this opinion of him. Others think of him as underwhelming, capable of making highly questionable decisions. His offensive play calling has been questioned multiple times during his time in Green Bay. His sticking with Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers following two substandard performances in the playoffs caused more than a few eyebrows to be raised. And aside from the 2010 run which turned into a Super Bowl victory, McCarthy’s playoff record is a less than stellar 2-4. There are some who feel he sits somewhere in the middle as a coach who despite some head scratching moments has done a great  job in producing a high quality product on the field. A team which has enough talent...
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