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09-25-2011, 05:32 PM
We lost the game today, but it was a hell of a game. I thought the saints were going to beat us by 2 TD's but we were able to give them a really good fight on their home turf. I am dissapointed, yes, we had that game for a little while but the defense just couldnt get it done. At the same time you have to think about how good of an offense New Orleans has. Close game oh well.

Now we have to turn our attention to the black and yellow coming into our house next week. I think we can get the win, but it will be a tough game as well. If we can walk out 3-1 then I will feel good about our record going forward. If we are 2-2 however, we might be .500 for a couple of weeks which doesnt translate into playoffs. After the steelers we have the raiders who we have a good record against but they could easily beat us as well, and then the ravens who havent lost a game at home in a while. While winning the saints game would have been a huge statment, beating the steelers will be just as big. If we can beat them I feel like our hopes and outlooks will be just as big.

We also need to win as many as we can, because I am starting to get worried about the titans. If anybody is going to challenge for the division, the titans right now have the best shot. Right now they are tied for the lead with us.

I know it is way too early to be thinking of the playoffs, but we need to win these games early and often to win the division and get to the playoffs.

But thats just my 2 cents

fiasco west
09-25-2011, 05:40 PM
I was a little worried about the Titans too...but Britt has gone down and the Tack fans are saying it could be weeks and CJ has been really bad against so-so teams so far.

Actually Britt could be out for the season (http://www.gotitans.com/goForum/showthread.php?t=75027)

If he is it will take effort from the Texans to not win the AFCS

09-25-2011, 05:44 PM
All I see in my big picture is the Steelers. :fans: