Green Bay Packers’ fans are in desperate need of a scapegoat and Mike McCarthy isn’t doing much to dodge blame. The Packers 13th-year head coach made some questionable decisions in Sunday’s 24-17 loss to the Vikings, which are being treated as a microcosm for a turbulent season that will likely end before the playoffs.
Instead of lampooning Aaron Rodgers’ inconsistent play at quarterback all year, cheeseheads everywhere are calling for the firing of their Super Bowl-winning coach who signed a one-year contact extension with the Packers in January of 2018.
McCarthy will likely be ousted from the job he’s held for over a decade, so instead of critiquing his coaching faults, former Packers safety Will Blackmon recalled some funny idiosyncrasies his former coach displayed. Blackmon was on the Packers roster from 2006-2009, the first three years McCarthy took over as Packers head coach.
Blackmon’s story was corroborated by several former Packers players who experienced the filth on the road.
With the Packers at 4-6-1 at the moment, McCarthy’s gotta be shacking his team up at the Bates Motel.