2. Mike McCarthy, HC
We'd never call for a coach to be fired, but it's impossible to say Mike McCarthy should honor the remainder of his contract after this performance.
It's not just that Dallas lost to the youngest team in the NFL. It's not that the Cowboys choked despite having a clear path to the NFC Championship Game. It's not the fact they became the first team ever to lose to a No. 7 seed. It's that they weren't even competitive. It's that crumbled and folded after falling down early. They trailed 27-0 before halftime. It was a loss of historic proportions.
McCarthy needs to wear that. He coached scared and didn't trust Dak Prescott (before Prescott started playing poorly) as soon as Dallas went down. He called five 2nd and long runs in the first half that mustered eight total yards. Asking your QB to play hero ball on 3rd and long in the playoffs is coaching malpractice.
Beyond that, the Packers were all over Prescott's passes, which hints at the predictability of McCarthy's offense. We've seen McCarthy shrivel up when the game script doesn't go according to plan. By the time he opened up the playbook, it was too late.
Which brings us to our next point.