Originally Posted by buddyboy
I'm starting to wonder if there was any way short of going 16-0 that this thread/sentiment wouldn't have been brought up. It's shocking how one loss (as bad as it is) considering the level of talent and competition in the league can send people on tilt
Originally Posted by utahmark
16 and 7 over our last 23 games. 13 and 4 when our starting qb plays. Our recent history is anything but mediocre. We lost to a great team than needed to prove a point after starting out poorly. We were coming off a short week. Teams lose!
No, no, you guys have it all wrong. 5-1
, we fire Kubiak. We lost a game
, for crying out loud! (We don't
fire the DC who gave up 42 points... that wouldn't make sense.
The Giants should have fired Tom Coughlin last year when they lost the 3rd of 4 straight losses
to the Saints 49
-24. Moved their record to 6-5 on the way to 6-6. Stoopid Giants blew their chance at dumping Coughlin and ended up winning the Super Bowl. Dumbazzes.
Also, look for the 49ers to be firing Jim Harbaugh this week after that humiliating 26-3 loss to New York. Bye bye, Jim
... we should've fired you after losing to the lowly Vikings.
Bill Belichick is 3-3 after losing to Pete Carroll's rah-rah
Seahawks. He would have been fired years ago if he didn't have those compromising
pictures of his owner Robert Kraft. I mean, geez, the Pats lost to the Cardinals in week 2.
Getting the hang of it, now? This is how edumecated Texans fans think. This is how the intelligencia
of NFL fans think, modeled after the greatest fans in all of sport: the revered Philly fan.