Mike McCarthy ducks questions about job security

Mike McCarthy ducks questions about job security

Mike McCarthy ducks questions about job security

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin celebrates after catching a pass for a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers during the first half of an NFL football game Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, in Seattle.

For one of the first times in Mike McCarthy's 13-year tenure as Green Bay Packers coach, his job security has become an issue.

"That's the way this business has gone", McCarthy said Friday. These two teams are both looking to reach that same number. But I think today's world, everything is accessible, everything is instant. There's obviously more that goes into that. That team was the Packers - partly due to some baffling late-game decisions from head coach Mike McCarthy.

After the game Thursday night, it took some prompting for Rodgers to offer a reason why the Packers still have hope for this season. "I think negativity is an unfortunate part of this business driven by the externals, but that's the business we're in".

The Packers and McCarthy agreed to a one-year contract extension last season; he is only signed through 2019.

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Mike McCarthy chose to punt the ball back to the Seattle Seahawks on a fourth-and-two from their own 33 with 4:20 left to go in the game.

But he said the coaching staff's calculations led to the decision to punt. We don't want to put it in anybody else's hands.

"I have great confidence".

"Frankly, those are the kind of decisions that keep all of us up", McCarthy said. That's the inside look at exactly what went on there.

The Packers have lost three of their last four games, despite being in position in the fourth quarter to win on the road against the Rams, Patriots and Seahawks. "I want to play to win".

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