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In addressing his team’s fifth consecutive fourth quarter defeat late this afternoon, Packers’ head coach Mike McCarthy couldn’t resist throwing out some X’s and O’s.

When asked about Danieal Manning’s 70-yard kick return that resulted in Chicago’s first field goal, McCarthy summoned his years of acquired knowledge and expertise before replying, “We need to get him down sooner.”


He then said he hopes that the little light thingies on the score machine show bigger for his team next week.

(Stay Tuned)

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IronMan's picture

I'm not going to listen. It will just piss me off even more than I already am.

Dale Z's picture

He should have come out unprofessional and called Mike Stock out. You guys put way too much into press conference nothingness. I don't think I have even watched one this year, but I have read transcripts when I want to see injury stuff and who is replacing who(which was a big issue this year).

It's as if you think he doesn't know there is a problem because he isn't freaking out. Pontius Pilate wrath or bust, right?

Alex's picture

Because his professionalism has gotten us so far...

Asshalo's picture

Agree with Dale, because these conferences really mean nothing, even when they win. It's all irrelevant really because he's going to ride that NFC championship to one more season with the team.

Dale Z's picture

Some people have to complain about something, Asshalo, even if they pick the wrong ones.

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