Ben McAdoo isn't worried about his emotions heading back to Green Bay for the first playoff game as coach of the New York Giants.
The former Packers assistant has more things on his mind than facing his mentor Mike McCarthy, returning to the place he called home for eight seasons, and reminiscing.
"I try to leave feelings out, we have a job to do," McAdoo said Monday.
A day after beating the Washington Redskins 19-10 in the regular-season finale, McAdoo has turned his attention to coming up with a game plan for the Giants (11-5) to stop NFC North champion Packers (10-6) in the wild-card game in Wisconsin late Sunday afternoon.
Of course, the plan...