TDOTSEAHAWK wrote:I'll take it. Last night was a difficult assignment for any team. It seemed we made mental errors and ran our of gas which would be expected after the short rest from Sunday's win.
The difference between Wilson and Smith last night was a TD and couple of drops. Otherwise they were basically identical.
Now we got through the most difficult part of the schedule and have a 10 day rest; basically another BYE week. Out toughest game left is @ Chicago where we won last year, albeit with Caleb Hanie at Chicago's helm.
There are some things not to like, but overall, this season I think we are in great position to grab a play-off spot @ 10-6. I think we have made some great strides to being in the NFL elite. More importantly than isolated stats, we have won games. Games that we wouldn't have won last year. I'd say that that is an improvement.
I sure hope the coaches and players don't look at it this way, or we are going to get our ass handed to us in a lot of coming games. You have to play every game as if your are playing the best team in the game. If they let up one bit it will be nothing but losses.
We are just not good enough and too young to have any let down no matter the opponent. There are many games both home and away that really worry me, both in and out of our division.