The loss dropped the Packers playoff chances to 31 percent leaving some hope for the rest of the season. I think the bigger challenge is when you're having a lot of success. That's the way we approach it, but that's a blanket, general evaluation.
"I have faith in this team so I'm going to be an aggressive caller and go for it and say that we'll get it, but at the same time, you have to be realistic and I agree with coaches call 100 percent put it back on the defense", Adams said.
We all remember the Fail Mary back in the day, right?
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.
"We have a network and the numbers were being calculated", McCarthy said. So much so that there is an increasing belief this could be McCarthy's previous year on the Packers sideline, and the online sports betting site Betonline has released odds on the matter. "It's our job to prepare and make sure those guys are ready, and that's definitely not helping us win if we're talking about external opinions". They had a 27-26 fourth-quarter lead at the Los Angeles Rams on October 28 and were tied, 17-17, with the New England Patriots on November 4.More news: Celtics edge Raptors in overtime battle of Eastern powers
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"I have great confidence".
"Being an offensive coach, particularly early in my career, I had to develop a sense of operating more on the team mode, because my natural reaction, especially earlier, was always just to go for it".
McCarthy's decision to punt the ball on 4th-and-2 is not the first time one of his decisions has been criticized this year. "We talk about the focus - focus on winning games, what's in front of us".
It won't get any easier given the lengthy injury list. ". He came through the training room". The Packers also were without cornerback Kevin King (hamstring), receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring), linebacker Nick Perry (knee) and safety Kentrell Brice (ankle).