Tech Worlds wrote:Good teams win this game.
You mean a road game against a team you're "supposed" to beat?
I guess San Francisco is no longer a "good team" since they blew one to the Vikings earlier this season.
If you want to make the argument that we're not a good team because our defense has severe issues with 3rd downs, then I'd agree.
If you want to make the argument that we're not a good team because we still seem to have issues with the chemistry between the QB and receivers, sure.
If you want to make the argument that we're not good because our coordinators seem to have issues adjusting to the opponent, and are good for several bonehead calls per game, absolutely.
Hell, if you just want to say we're not good because we have a 4-4 record, that's a valid argument.
But I can't get on board with these ridiculous platitudes about not being good because we failed to meet some arbitrary standard.