GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Up in the head coach's office on the third floor at Lambeau Field, Mike McCarthy was only a few days away from the beginning of the Green Bay Packers 2013 season.
But, taking a 15-minute break from preparing for the San Francisco 49ers, McCarthy talked with me about trying to improve the Packers' running game, Aaron Rodgers' leadership, standing by Mason Crosby and much, much more.
Here is McCarthy's one-on-one interview with FOXSportsWisconsin.com:
Q: With your eighth season now beginning and a 74-38 overall record, 6-4 postseason record, three division titles and one Super Bowl, how do you assess your head coaching career with the Packers so far? Has it been a success and gone as well as you thought it could have gone when you took this job in 2006?
MCCARTHY: "I would just say we're off to a good start. I don't really spend a lot of time looking backwards. I find it interesting when people read these statistics. Obviously we've been able to accomplish a lot ...