Originally Posted by gtexan02
If Packers had won big, we would have heard all about how good they were and how hard of a game it was going to be.
If the Packers had won at the last second, we would have heard all about how they were finally putting it together just in time to face us.
They lose, and its all about how they have a must win game coming up and will be playing lights out.
We might lose, but it won't be because they were playing extra hard. They are a good team, and "Any Given Sunday" always applies. I think the carryover from one game to the other is exaggerated when you have a week off to prepare and your next game is on national tv
Good teams don't loose three in a row. That's the way I look at it. Some how or another, they find a way to keep their focus for 60 minutes & do what ever it takes to win the game. I think it's their pride that won't "allow" them to lose 3 in a row.
Greenbay hasn't lost 3 in a row, but the same thing applies. Really good teams, like who we thought Greenbay was at the beginning of the season, don't lose 2 in a row.
In the past, I hated playing the good teams after they lost, because I felt the only way for us to beat a good team, was to catch them slipping. Now, I couldn't care less. Let them bring their best game. I want to see if the Texans will get caught slipping. I doubt it, but we'll see.