The way I see it today will be the low point of the season (i'm expecting a Colts' victory in the ball park of 41-13). From this point forward, however, I believe things will turn around since we actually have a long term plan in place (something we have lacked the last several years): good coaches, good drafts, good free agent acquisitions, and patience with the young talent while they get their initial playing time. I can honestly see going into the bye week either 2-2 or (at worst) 1-3. The media pressure will be incredibly intense after today's loss (especially if Reggie Bush tears up an awful Packers' defense as expected). If we can hold together through this tough week, better days are ahead. And if you have a hard time enduring the media onslaught, just remember what those five years of silence on Sunday mornings were like after the Oilers left.