By BOB McGINN
Mark Murphy, with his finger lifted high to determine which way the wind was blowing, must have sensed that the faithful fan base of the Green Bay Packers had turned against Mike McCarthy.
The last straw came Sunday afternoon when the no-show count at Lambeau Field was estimated between 15,000 and 20,000 for what was expected to be a rout of the Arizona Cardinals. Instead, the Packers, a 13 ½-point favorite, suffered their worst defeat at home in 51 years, at least according to the odds. That was a 10-7 loss to the Vikings at Milwaukee County Stadium in October 1967 when th...
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