[quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]ya know Pappy- that really is an awful way to look at things
**** is always going to happen, there will always be ups and there will always be downs.
Every team has their own fortune in their own hands. Every year the whole season boils down to a couple of moments within our control and we **** the bed in those moments.
Had we not choked away a 21 point lead in less than 7 minutes we would have made the playoffs and the Packers would not have.
That Eagles game was the failure of our season and nail in the coffin.
The Titans game at home is another one that comes to mind.
Our worst games are always at home, why is that? We have 0 home field advantage...
na, week 3 loss is just part of the ride
if ur playing poker and you lose a big hand early and are short stacked for the whole game but then u end up heads up and go all in and lose - do u blame the early hand for the loss or the hand that had all the chips in the middle?
Bottom line Eagles was the first moment we blew and Packers were the second moment we blew. That was that
[/quote]yea but if we win that game were in the playoffs.in football every game is just as important as the next, expect division.
again there is up and down to every season. There has been only one perfect season ever.
Bottom line we essentially lost two playoff games when we knew it was all in the line before the playoffs even started
[/quote]100% agreed but if we won the titans game, like we should have, we wouldnt of been in that situation. if the season comes down to a game late in the season again and we loose, im going to look at the redskins game and the seahawks game.
and honestly thats a stupid outlook
we controlled our own destiny and had two games of knowing that and lost both of them...
[/quote]actually im being very realistic. its simple add and subtract. the only reason why the eagles and greenbay were important games is because we lost easier games we should have won in the beginning of the season.
even if we won that game it would of meant that the Minnisota game was the game with everything pushed in the middle. The Tenn game STILL wouldn't of been the game. Your hindsight is jdaded