Alan Feduccia and others have championed the "temporal paradox".
"The concept of a "temporal paradox" is based on the following facts. The consensus view is that birds evolved from dinosaurs, but the most bird-like dinosaurs, including almost all of the feathered dinosaurs and those believed to be most closely related to birds (the maniraptorans), are known mostly from the Cretaceous, by which time birds had already evolved and diversified. If bird-like dinosaurs are the ancestors of birds they should be older than birds, but Archaeopteryx is 155 million years old, while the very bird-like Deinonychus is 35 million years younger. This idea is sometimes summarized as "you can't be your own grandmother". "
The problem with this criticism of the dino-to-bird idea is that the argument is misguided. It is based on the incorrect idea that the feathered creatures such as the Dromaeosaurs were dinosaurs. As this site has shown, they were not dinosaurs. They were birds.
So the "temporal paradox" argument is neither correct nor incorrect. It is just misguided.
Note: For those interested in an additional supporting reference, see page 6 of this article from Stephen Czerkas:
"Decades of scientific debates were based on the mistaken identity of regarding dromaeosaurs as dinosaurs instead of the birds that they really are."