McCarthy Admits Mistake

Mike McCarthy admits he should’ve passed on challenging the late Adrian Peterson touchdown that gave the Vikings the lead – a challenge that failed, costing him a precious timeout.  “In hindsight, I would have rather had the second timeout with the 2-minute drill,” McCarthy said.  So that’s what it sounds like when a coach holds himself accountable for a mistake instead of trying to rationalize it away with a lot of psychobabble and nonsensical crap about trees falling in the woods…

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  • AustinVike

    It’s almost like the inner thoughts of Childress during that Chicago game…

    “If we had only….done so and so…then this would be the outcome”.

    But what he actually says out loud is far different than that.

    I still don’t hate Childress, but I appreciate the fact that an NFL coach can take the blame for his team losing, and not place the blame solely on the performance of his players.  It just shows class, even if it is from the Green Bay Packers HC.