Packers Fire Head Coach Mike McCarthy
After nearly 13 seasons of dedicated coaching, Green Bay Packers’ president, Mike Murphy, gave Mike McCarthy the boot.
For the first time in Packers history, the head coach was fired midseason after their 20-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Let’s be honest here.
Losing to the 3-9 Cardinals is a hard pill to swallow. Combine that with their own measly record of 4-7-1, McCarthy was already in serious hot water.
With Joe Philbin as interim coach, everyone wonders who will be the next permanent Gang Green leader.
Some speculate that John Harbaugh (Baltimore’s head coach) may take the position. Or maybe even the Rams QB coach, Zach Taylor.
Either way, fans don’t seem to be too disappointed about the switch up.
This should very well be McCarthy’s last game in Green Bay. He doesn’t deserve to coach Rodgers, and quite frankly has been holding Rodgers back for the better part of his career. #FireMcCarthy #GreenBayPackers
— Corey Giordano (@CGio33) November 26, 2018
ABOUT TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Piece out you worthless POS #MikeMcCarthy
— Nate F (@Dr_Nate__) December 3, 2018
— Raymond Leonard (@guytron104) December 3, 2018
How do you feel about the firing?
#SaveMike or #GBTime4Change??