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Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers got into it on the sidelines during the second quarter of the Green Bay Packers’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. The Packers started off the game down 14-0, but they caused four straight turnovers to get back in the game. They were down 14-13 upon causing the fourth […]
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Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers got into it on the sidelines during the second quarter of the Green Bay Packers’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, and the head coach could be seen giving Rodgers the business.
Maybe there was a disagreement about play calling or whatever, but Rodgers definitely said something his coach wasn’t feeling.
H/T The Big Lead
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Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and quarterback Aaron Rodgers were spotted by FOX Sports’ cameras getting into an argument on the sideline during Sunday’s loss to the Bengals.
Green Bay was down 14-0 early on in the game and things clearly got a little heated between both McCarthy and Rodgers. This kind of stuff happens when a team struggles.
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Passing Offense: D
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