Here is a short list of people who are better football coaches than Mike McCarthy.
I could go on…
hmmmm maybe B. Favre was on to something….
here’s a couple for your list:
Ron Cardo (former UWO coach)
Brent “fumbling” Fullwood
“Iron” Mike Tyson
Tom Cruise (he is God’s son, isn’t he)
Katie Holmes (imaculate conception for her, imaculate receptions for her players)
The Olson Twins or just Ashley
The duece I just dropped in the toliet (corn yesterday AND today)
Max McGee (i know he is dead)
Shifty Eye Guy from WRST TV
Peg Leg from WRST TV
Matt Millen (LOL)
Ted Thompson’s boy toy (my bad, he is Coach Mac)
Boner from Growing Pains
A couple more:
Harris Smith (#17 for the Giants)
Adam “Don’t call me Packman unless I’m in the Scrip Club” Jones
Bud Kilmer (Varsity Blues)
Jon Voight in real Life
Donal Trump’s comb over
The CEO’s from the US Automakers
George W. Bush, scratch that one….
Bart Starr (Cherrie could still be Off Coor)
When this is all said and done, MM and your boy Ned should get an apartment together.
I’m going to go ahead and be the dissenter in this discussion. Putting all Monday morning coaching aside… the past cannot really be denied… he took over a 4-12 team… turned them into an 8-8 team.. then a 13-3 team.. Between him and Thompson I think they’ve moved this team forward.
This year was a bit of a long shot in the first place, with a brand new quarterback and huge questions on the offensive and defensive lines..and heading into a tough schedule coming off a year where balls just seemed to bounce their way (see Philadelphia and Washington games).
Not to say my mind couldn’t be changed… If they don’t even attempt to salvage this season, I would be willing to make the call for a coaching change this season… however, I mostly think McCarthy deserves another year and hasn’t warranted ALL the criticism.. at least not yet.
Give this team a year…and most of them are under contract, I think we’ll all see a vast improvement!
Bennie boy, I beg to differ. Not once has Big Mac displayed the ability to adjust his game plans, nor the coaches their schemes mid-game. When they have good game plans that catch the other team off-guard, he has coached great (i.e. Indy, Seattle). When things are not going well, Mac and his staff have not come up with solutions to counter what the other team is taking from them. His game prep coaching is probably his strength, but the true colors of a coach are shown on game day.