Aaron Rodgers, Jordy Nelson called out by Mike McCarthy
Mike McCarthy was not happy with the turnovers on Sunday.
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy was not happy with the way his team performed on Sunday vs. the Dallas Cowboys. But what upset him the most was the turnovers as the Packers gave the ball away four times in the 30-16 loss.
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McCarthy: "Four turnovers is totally unacceptable. ... Aaron, Jordy and Ty, you have to take care of the football."— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) October 17, 2016
Rodgers had two turnovers while Nelson and Montgomery each had one. This was the same thing that happened to the Packers when they faced the Minnesota Vikings as they turned the ball over three times in the 17-14 loss.
The Packers now have a turnover ratio of negative-3 which ranks 24th in the NFL.
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