Aaron Rodgers Reportedly Ignored Mike McCarthy's Play Calls In The Huddle

Five Things the Packers Must Do This Offseason to Return to the Playoffs

Five Things the Packers Must Do This Offseason to Return to the Playoffs

The team announced Saturday it completed its interview with former Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy, the third known coach to meet with NY since Todd Bowles was sacked last Sunday night.

McCarthy was 125-76-2 in Green Bay and won Super Bowl 45, but was let go during the season after the Packers fell to 4-7-1 with a loss at home to the lowly Cardinals on December 2. The outlier is New England Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores, but perhaps the Packers view him like Pats head coach Bill Belichick - a defensive-minded coach who still has a great handle on the offensive side of the ball. "He gave a direction and a protection to the line, and went". I'm like, what's really going on?

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"McCarthy called in a play and Aaron kind of was like, 'Nah.' He was like, 'Davante (Adams) give me this. I'd never seen nothing like that before in my life". However, four of those wins came in the magical Super Bowl run, and the Packers have been run out of the playoffs in their first game three times with McCarthy as head coach. "I feel like Aaron had his own set of things that he wanted to do, then obviously McCarthy had his things that he wanted to do". "I just think there was a little disfunction".

Rodgers threw for 4,442 yards, 25 touchdowns, and two interceptions on the season.

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