It doesn't sound like Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy has plans to take back the team's offensive play-calling duties any time soon.
When asked about the job associate head coach Tom Clements is doing, McCarthy shot down the notion that he's getting more involved in the play-calling dynamic, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky:
McCarthy called Green Bay's offensive plays for the first nine years of his tenure as the team's head coach. During that span, the Packers have ranked among the NFL's top 10 in total offense every year except for 2012, when they finished 13th.
Clements inherited play-calling duties this offseason, and now the Packers rank 22nd in the NFL (341.4 yards per game). McCarthy is trusting the system he put in place, but the results have been far from beneficial.