Even a 41-point lead can't make Packers' Mike McCarthy happy

Monday November 10th, 2014

The Green Bay Packers handily defeated the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football, but even with his team up 41 points in the fourth quarter, Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy was still surly on the sidelines.

The original target of McCarthy's ire seems to be the misplaced cord on the ground that causes him to stumble, but the second outburst seems to be directed more toward the world in general.

In fairness, it doesn't matter if you are up by six scores over your team's biggest rival. Anyone would be angry to trip on a national television broadcast,

Perhaps McCarthy should take a cue from one of his favorite films and "Let It Go."

Brendan Maloy

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