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What keeps me positive - ChrisD - 01-17-2011 02:44 PM
There are a few things that I've seen after this horrible playoff loss that have kept me feeling extremely positive for this off-season.
1. The players all have acknowledged they played poorly, and want to do things to fix that.
2. Smitty is extremely positive about the loss, and thinks there were a lot of great things we did in the game, but mistakes were made too. Seeing how positive Smitty is, is a HUGE up for me.
3. Front office already getting set for the draft.
4. It was a 3 year process, we saw results in all 3 seasons, and now next season is the money-maker!
RE: What keeps me positive - TomBradyMVP12 - 01-17-2011 02:45 PM
What keeps me positive is the fact knowing I can't act any worse than I did after the loss. Rightfully so I took a lot of heat for it.
RE: What keeps me positive - JOEinPHX - 01-17-2011 02:58 PM
(01-17-2011 02:45 PM)TomBradyMVP12 Wrote: What keeps me positive is the fact knowing I can't act any worse than I did after the loss. Rightfully so I took a lot of heat for it.
Amen brother, and you're not the only one.
RE: What keeps me positive - papachaz - 01-17-2011 03:00 PM
(01-17-2011 02:44 PM)ChrisD Wrote: There are a few things that I've seen after this horrible playoff loss that have kept me feeling extremely positive for this off-season.
i'd like to know what great things coach thinks we did saturday??? the kick return TD, a pretty good TD drive and a pretty decent no huddle td drive. for a D minded coach to look at film on that game and think we did great things? wow, just wow. NO i am not looking to replace him, but i just want to see some of that 'sideline during the game' fire come out while he works on fixing what needs to be fixed