On the heels of the Green Bay Packers second straight overtime loss, this time to the Miami Dolphins, the team needs to shake things up.
They should start by firing head coach Mike McCarthy. McCarthy's incompetence in the second half of football games is costing his team wins.
The Packers are the worst second-half team in the league, and five of their six games have been decided by seven points or less.
I know Green Bay has been absolutely devastated by injury, but they are still competing.
If they were getting blown out every week, I would say give McCarthy a chance since all his players are hurt. But since the team has been competitive all year, there has to be something else causing this disappointing season.
That something else is McCarthy, who, in the fourth quarter of close games, can be found on the sideline, staring down the offensive play card with a confused look, as if someone handed him a healthy salad instead of the double cheeseburger he ordered.
If the Packers are going to contend for a Super Bowl, either this year or in the near future, they'll need a new head coach leading the way.
Here are five head coaches who the Packers should pursue to replace McCarthy.