Originally Posted by nunusguy
I think the best way to measure a teams progress is how they compete on
the road against a good team, good being defined for this purpose as
a team with a winning record. So when you examine our efforts against the
Broncos, Colts, & Jets you get a pretty good feel of where we are and it looks like we got a lot of work ahead of us.
Gee did you forget the jags?or do you have your own definition of a winning record also.I am not sure where you got your measuring tape,but progress is defined by the dictionary we read it from,and nothing else.Sure we need more work,but that doesn't nullify the progress being made along the road,don't forget patience is a virtue,i believe it does take more than 3 years to put together a competittive NFL team from scratch.Bronco's,colts,&jets were dissapointing losses on the road.But since the colts lost at arrowhead,and the broncos lost at arrowhead,I just can't find any reasoning in your arguement,I mean we beat the chiefs at arrowhead,so i will stick with the definition i grew up reading as progress.