If this is considered to be "the end of the world," then what would happen if this had been a playoff game? We've stunk since our inception, so things are magnified because we don't have any good memories or winning seasons to fall back upon. All this "woe is me" bullhonkey is uncalled for. Winning and losing is cyclical. Look at how much the Bengals endured, then for about two seasons they were red-hot and looked like they were on the verge of winning it all. Throw the Seahawks in there, too. They were awful for years, heck for decades, and then they had two or three Super Bowl caliber seasons. Where are those teams now? Sucking. Again. Tampa Bay Bucs? Same thing. It's like those two or three seasons never happened. When you have a league with 32 teams, and only about four teams are actually "really really good" per year, then you have to see that the odds are low that your team is going to do well. I see a lot of griping and "poor, pitiful me" attitudes on the board today. We lost. We'll lose again. We'll lose even more meaningful games than this one. Tony Romo bobbled a snap and laid on the turf like a little girl. And Cowboys fans were upset, devastated. But Romo came back strong. Right now would be a great chance for someone like Andre Johnson to come out next Sunday and just dominate a game, acting like a One Man Gang and just willing our team to victory. Steve Slaton could also be that sort of catalyst. All it takes is one person.