Apparently the dissatisfaction Mike McCarthy had with Ted Thompson for only doing about one third of his job doesn’t matter. Thompson hasn’t changed the shitty way he operates one iota.
Thus, Fat Mike is left to twist in the wind and force out some “improve from within” cliches.
Hey, Mike, your shitty GM hasn’t signed anyone except the same damn mediocre players you had here last year, how is this year’s team going to be any better?
A legitimate question. What do you say, Mike?
“You always have the opportunity to improve from within,” McCarthy said. “If you don’t feel that way or recognize that opportunity, you’d better take a hard look at your program. It’s easy to do as a coach, to run down there and worry about the damn personnel all day.”
Ah, yes. The good old improve from within.
I improved from within this morning, when I took that gigantic shit.
And that’s kind of what I think of these cliches. They’re shit.
If improve from within was the only component necessary to win a Super Bowl, then the Packers would have more than one this decade. Unfortunately, improving from within is only one component of success in the NFL.
It’s amazing that the clowns running the Packers don’t know that yet.
Perhaps if don’t win a Super Bowl for another 10 seasons, then maybe we can switch it up. We’re really looking forward to that day!