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Green Bay Packers: Has Joe Barry Done Enough To Keep His Job?.

Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry

The Green Bay Packers secured their spot in the Playoffs by defeating the Chicago Bears 17-9 on Sunday. Despite being the youngest team in the NFL, they proved their mettle by silencing their critics. In recent games, the Packers’ offense has been almost unstoppable, while the defense has also been outstanding in the final stretch of the season.

Has Joe Barry Done Enough To Keep His Job?

Green Bay Packers, Joe Barry, Matt LaFleur
Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry is shown during organized team activities Tuesday, May 23, 2023 in Green Bay, Wis.

The Green Bay Packers’ defensive coordinator, Joe Barry, has faced criticism from fans throughout the season for his team’s poor defensive performances against weaker opposition. Many supporters demanded his dismissal before the end of the regular season. However, head coach Matt LaFleur consistently defended Barry’s position, insisting that he would not fire him. Interestingly, despite the team’s defensive struggles, they managed to qualify for the playoffs. In the last month of the season, Barry’s defense has improved dramatically, and the Packers look to have a much better chance of success in the postseason.

As of Week 17, the Packers’ defense was ranked 21st in the league, allowing an average of 344 yards per game and 37 touchdowns. While there is room for improvement, the Packers’ solid offensive performance has been enough to secure wins and secure a spot in the playoffs.

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Packers quarterback Jordan Love .

The Packers are scheduled to travel to Dallas to take on the Cowboys in the Wild Card round. It will be a challenging game for Joe Barry as he will be facing the best offense in the league. Whether his job is secure or not, this game will be a critical test for him, and it could also be his last game coaching for the Packers. However, if the Packers manage to make a run into the playoffs, he will likely continue coaching the team in 2025.

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