The Green Bay Packers may be one-and-six, but coach Mike Sherman is keeping a stiff upper lip.
Sherman says he's coaching well and although it hasn't meant many victories, the team is playing hard and sticking together.
The Packers coach says he's not too concerned about his his approval rating.
The Packers lost to Cincinnati Sunday 21-to-14 as quarterback Brett Favre threw five interceptions.
Sherman says he has only one regret about Favre's play -- he wished the quarterback would have spiked the ball after being sacked with seconds to go.
Instead, Favre faked spiking the ball and the play fizzled.
Sherman says Favre was just being himself and trying to create an opportunity.