Re: Here's the reality of the situation (It ain't pretty)
Originally Posted by thunderkyss
Then can we all agree if we win a play-off game, then Kubiak is a hell of a coach?
What's the most important thing right now?
- Winning the Super Bowl?
- screwing the Colts from drafting Luck?
- something other than winning the Super Bowl?
These games are meaningless. How often have you guys told me that?
How many of you thought/think we are going to win the Super Bowl with a rookie QB?
We're in the play-offs, the goal now is to win the Super Bowl. Anything lower is loser mentality, anything less is quiting.
The run game has got to be strong. The defense has got to be stronger if we are going to have a chance. & that doesn't change by putting Delhomme or Garcia in the game.
The best chance we've got is to send Tj out there with the same game plan we ran since Jacksonville@Reliant. Get the ball to Arian, rely on the defense, hope Aj comes back healthy.
I think Tj will stretch the field more consistently in the future....
these are just growing pains.
This wasn't a "meaningless game". This was a milestone game. A chance to exocise another demon - that we can't win in the Peyton's house... even when he doesn't play.
and we GAVE the ball to Foster. And he came through to the tune of 153 yds and a TD on 23 carries. That's 6.6+ yds/carry. The running game was working. T.J. couldn't take full advantage of it.
Loyalty to any one sports team is pretty hard to justify. ...the players are always changing, the team can move to another city, you're actually rooting for the clothes when you get right down to it.