By BOB McGINN
During the first six weeks of the season Mike McCarthy kept making the point that the hard times his team was going through would pay dividends later.
If the fourth quarters of the last two games are any indication the Green Bay Packers didn’t benefit one bit. Quite to the contrary, they folded like a cheap suit when the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots took the lead down the stretch.
In typical McCarthy style, the coach promised a collective initiative to diagnose the problem and rectify what has ailed the Packers late in games.
“Our challenges have been the...
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