Packers fire associate head coach Winston Moss

Packers fire associate head coach Winston Moss

Packers fire associate head coach Winston Moss

Those are the four things that we've got to do the next four weeks. "Whatever happens. you know, we have good people".

"I don't need to respond to every pundit out there", Rodgers said at his locker Wednesday.

Personally, I think this is about much more than that tweet. "The decision was made". This failure to hold Rodgers accountable appears to be what Moss is referencing. With offensive innovation at an all-time high around the rest of the league, the Packers are a measly 4-7-1 with four games to go thanks in part to their inability to effectively utilize the offensive talent they possess. "And I feel that's the way it always was". Moss was obviously passed over for the interim job in favor of Philbin.

Joe Philbin hasn't been a head coach for three seasons. "That's the business. As a head coach, the first thing you realize - - winning, losing - it's a business, just like it is for the players". Per Kahler, Rodgers has long had the autonomy to change plays on the field as he saw fit. Respect him; outstanding family man. "So. came to that decision". Moss was hired by McCarthy shortly after he took over the program in 2006 as the team's linebackers coach. In a joint news conference Monday, Murphy and Gutekunst called Philbin a "legitimate candidate" to replace McCarthy on a full-time basis. "And hopefully we can finish the season on a strong note". So we're looking forward to that.

"I hated to hear the news of Mike", Payton said. We're disappointed in where we are now.

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