I already pointed this out yesterday, and now it appears Mike McCarthy kinda agrees with me, as he recently said this after being asked by NBC Sports if he thought this year's Packers could've been the best he's ever coached after they got off to their 5-2 start.
“I think they could have been,” McCarthy said. “I hate doing this, especially because I call the plays. I felt that this was going to be the best offense that we’ve ever had here. I thought we were going to go past 2011. When we (came) out of the Minnesota game, I thought we really, really hit our stride because we had a couple bumps there. We got the no-huddle offense where it needed to be. We changed a lot of the mechanics from the past."
While I still consider this season a success, I have to say that I'm disappointed with the fact that it wasn't as successful as it could've been. I mean really, injuries completely screwed the Packers in 2013. I guarantee you, had they stayed healthy, they definitely would've gotten at least the NFC's 2 seed.