By BOB McGINN
Baltimore coach John Harbaugh called his team’s performance “spotless.” Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy didn’t label his team as “pointless” but he certainly could have.
Since Ron Wolf and Mike Holmgren started turning it around in 1992 the Packers have played 448 games, counting playoffs. Their record is 280-167-1 for a winning percentage of .626.
Mike Holmgren’s teams were never shut out in his seven seasons. Ditto for Ray Rhodes in one season and Mike Sherman in his six.
McCarthy opened his career in Green Bay by getting blanked at Lambeau Field by the Chicago Bears, 26-0. T...
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