Packers' Loss To Bears Is Mike McCarthy's Fault

Susan ShanCorrespondent ISeptember 28, 2010

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A curious thing happened in yesterday’s Green Bay vs. Chicago MNF game. With the clock showing 1:44 left and the Bears with first and nine at the GB nine-yard line, Packers coach Mike McCarthy elected to attempt to stop Matt Forte from scoring a touchdown with only one timeout remaining.

Huh?

I’m a little confused. Assuming the Bears use up 80 seconds of clock on two downs with the Packers using a timeout on one down, only a few seconds would remain for the Packers to tie the score after the Bears kick a field goal on fourth down...

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