The Green Bay Packers ended a 13-year association with Mike McCarthy Sunday. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
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When the Green Bay Packers fired head coach Mike McCarthy Sunday they ended an era that many believed kept them stuck in an outdated brand of football.While the likes of the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs represent the future of the National Football League, with their young gunslinger quarterbacks and imaginative offenses, the Packers had plateaued in recent years under the conservative play-calling of their coach.With the Packers headed for a second straight year of missing the postseason, many Packers fans reacted joyously to the end of McCarthy's 13-season tenure.NFL analyst and Hall of Fame player Shannon Sharpe thought McCarthy should have gone much sooner.
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