All Entries Tagged With: "Mike McCarthy"

LaFleur's agressive coaching mentality showed itself again.

The Green Bay Packers had a lot of problems last season and one of them was Aaron Rodgers.

The Packers' joint practices with the Houston Texans this summer will mark the team's first joint practice sessions since training camp in 2005.

While there were a lot of disturbing things in the Tyler Dunne article on the Bleacher Report, it doesn't change the fact that Aaron Rodgers is still the key to the future.  

Thanks to past internal communication issues, Matt LaFleur must make an effort to relate to the future Hall of Famer. 

The Rodgers/McCarthy era gets a final exposé over at Bleacher Report, and it's not particularly flattering.

Aaron chats with Packers fans about the coach's exit from the Packers franchise and everything else going on with the Green and Gold.

13 years is a long time. Mike McCarthy will tell you that first-hand.

Former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy recently sat down with ESPN's Rob Demovsky for his first sit down interview since being fired. 

The Packers were big time buyers in free agency because they are a bad football team. It's up to Brian Gutekunst and Matt LaFleur to change that. 

Matt LaFluer is hiring a game-management specialist, which is something Mike McCarthy should have done a long time ago. 

A couple years back I filed one of my first ever posts for CheeseheadTV. It was breaking down Mike McCarthy's ultimate 53-man roster.

David Michalski addresses the Cheesehead TV poll results of who is the greatest head coach in Green Bay Packers history.  

The one big hole remaining on Matt LaFleur's staff is special teams coordinator. Won't any hire be an improvement? Aaron chats all the latest on the Packers. 

As the Packers shape their new look coaching staff, it's clear they want a clean break from guys who had been with Mike McCarthy long term. Aaron chats about this and all the latest on the Green and Gold.

Matt LaFleur enters Green Bay without any ties to the organization and is tasked with revitalizing a dormant Packers' offense.

A look at the Titans' 2018 tendencies could provide clues about the Packers' future. 

-- 2018 just so happened to mark the tipping point in a long-running relationship that has seen its fair share of well-documented feuds.

-- Teams with young, second-year quarterbacks seem to want Mike McCarthy in the mix of their football operations.

There is a sense of foreboding surrounding the Packers' future as the team heads into the offseason. Will Mark Murphy and Brian Gutekunst restore hope to the team by hiring the right coach?

With the 2018 season coming to a close this weekend, here are some things we learned about the Packers in 2018 and what the path forward looks like in 2019.

Why the Packers hopefully aren't serious about Jim Caldwell or Chuck Pagano. 

Ross will provide a few observations every Monday afternoon following a Packers game based on a few viewings of the condensed version of the game...

You don’t have to like Mark Murphy or Brian Gutekunst, but the best word to describe them in this power-shifting season has simply been strong.

The Green Bay Packers are a mess and Jason and Jeremy are back to talk all about it! Listen here: AUDIO PLAYER:

Random thoughts swimming around in the Packers' section of my brain.

The guest is Jim Weidner of Last Word on Sports, who opines not only on Mike McCarthy's firing but also Mark Murphy's role with the Packers too.

The fatalistic talk around Mark Murphy's decision making needs to slow down. Aaron chats with Packers fans about the remaining four games and the future of the franchise.