Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by gtexan02, Sep 11, 2005.
Which NFL team should be most EMBARASSED with their play today:
I went with Culpepper.
You have to go with the Rams...the Niners are suppose to be the worse team in the league. Guess not.
Houston losing to Buffalo shouldn't have been including on THIS board because it's tough for Texans fans to look past it.
As BAD as our loss was, the Rams losing to the 49ers with 7sacks is worse.
Denver losing to Miami and STL losing to SF were much worse than the Texans loss.
A lot of people are predicting the Bills to make the playoffs this year. The loss yesterday was bad, but Buffalo should have a good team this year if Losman doesn't screw things up. Definitely a top defensive team either way.
It has to be the Rams. I was thinking about the Dolphins-Broncos game, but I still believe Miami was never as bad as their record last year and that they just got really screwed over by losing Ricky Williams like they did, when they did. That defense was still good for most of the season. They just had ZERO offense.
This game ranks up there pretty high. Getting dominated is not a good feeling. Getting dominated for 60 minutes is down right unbearable.
A 4-12 team from last year (Miami) pounds a playoff team from last year and that isn't more embarrassing than the Texan's loss (to a 9-7 team from last year)?
These results aren't biased.
The Texans lost to a GREAT team we have nothing to be embarassed about. But or performance was not awe inspiring. I am hoping buffalo is just that good this year.
actually I have to disagree with all the choices. the worst in my humble opinion was the beating the Baltimore Ravens took in THEIR HOUSE to a very good Colt team. here is why
1. remember the Colts used to play in Baltimore (sound familar?)
2. did anyone else see the opening with Ray Lewis going crazy, waving the flag, pumping his chest, doing the dance and yelling WE MUST PROTECT OUR HOUSE speach?
3. a lot of people considered the Ravens to be Superbowl contenders.
4 24-7 not 22-7 and is the Colt defense as good as the Bills?
5 Kyle Boller gave Carr a run for his money & he was injured (maybe out for the year)
6 the Colts looked like Superbowl champions
I could keep going on but its too painful & I'm not even a Raven fan that game was just about the most dissapointing highly anticapted match-up I CAN EVER REMEMBER
It was 3-0 or 0-0 at half. Their defense hung in there as long as it could. The problem with the the Ravens is the QB position. Boller is NOT the answer. Anthony Wright seemed to have a far easier job moving the offense. His problem, though, is that he is a turnover machine.
I agree. Boller seems to look worse and worse every time I see him play.
I hate ray the knife lewis. Watch a Steeler ratturd game this year. Dan Krider (FB) will put ray ray on his butt at least twice
Tampa is still a good team they just played like *** last 2 years. It is 100% Rams. The 49rs won TWO games last year and didnt really add that much in offseason. The Bills are BAD ASSES who hit us hard with tons of emotion.
I THINK the Bills may be a very good team (time will tell), but we should be embarrassed about how badly we played on offense (not TOOO bad on defense). I don't like to lose, but if the guys execute well and leave it all on the field and still lose.....well then, ya just got beat by a better team. When ya can't execute the most basic of plays and look like a peewee team, then you should be embarassed about the performance. I truely don't think that was the real offense performance, but they stuck it up big time Sunday.
QB Rating of 12.1 for Carr was pretty embarassing loss in my book.
i havent seen a 2-14 team or 4-12 team last year with ONLY 120 offensive yards combined in one game, so the texans still get my vote here.
How does a team have 7 fumbles in one game? Wow.
I still picked the Rams, though.
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