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This quote from #Packers Mike McCarthy today about his offensive philosophy may be in the top 5 all time from him:
"Running the football is important. There's no question about it. At the end of the day, it's the offense's responsibility to score points. You have to score as many points as you possibly can. That's the way we've always put together the game plan. Running the football, as an offense, also has other components. There's a training component, to make sure your defense gets the opportunity to practice and train against the run. Running the football during the course of the game is important, whether they're taking the time off the clock and dealing with the pass rush. Running the football is very important; from generation to generation, I really don't have a comment on that. But there's a reason why you do it.
"At the end of the day, our job ultimately is to put the ball in the end zone. I don't play keep away. I think there's two schools of thought when you play football. Some guys like to shorten the game, play great defense, play field position and try not to lose it. I want to play as fast as I can and throw as many punches as I possibly can and beat you as bad as I can. That's the way we play."