However, with Rodgers's return to health along with several other key players, McCarthy believes that his side are due an improvement and wants to see a change in their intensity.
McCarthy told reporters: "We've always been a fast-tempo offense. To me, there are two approaches to playing the game of football. Historically, in my opinion because I don't want to offend anybody, defensive coaches want to slow the game down, run the ball, shorten the game.
"Your offensive coaches more want to pick it up. I've always been of the belief of getting as many shots as you can, so we've always emphasised playing as fast as you can.
"When you have as many three-down players as you can possibly have, obviously your substitution patterns are cleaner. You're not subbing because you have to, you're subbing just when you need to."
The Packers ranked third in total offense in the NFL despite their injury problems.