So what's wrong with being consistent in a loss?
Also, the LoS on Eli's interception wasn't in the redzone, it was on the 35. For arguments sake, let's say that it was just an incomplete pass, we would have been left with a 52 or 53 yard FG attempt which, if we're being honest, Tynes likely wouldn't have made. Scoring a TD on that drive was far from certain. Definitely nothing like the play that Rodgers fumbled on or his overthrow of Finley.
Lol. Rodgers threw a pick when he just tossed it up at the end of the game. The pick Eli threw was at the 13.
I'm merely saying that I find issue with your statement that a player's performance can rise and fall with the outcome of the game. In Eli's case, the fact that he won 2 SBs didn't make his personal performance for those years any worse or any better. As you said in so many words, football is the ultimate team sport.
And to be fair, i often use real life examples because that's how I think when it comes to the Giants. I have little emotional attachment to any player and quite frankly I treat them all as chess pieces. I tend to look at things very abstractly.
And yes, performing well, even in losses is very important. It's essentially saying that you weren't part of the reason your team lost and you did your work.
Last edited by gumby74; 02-20-2013 at 09:43 PM.