Originally Posted by RhodyPatriot
This was Felger's FIRST observation from the field right after the game on FSNE's post game show. The guy is a weenie who thinks he's some football guru.
Makes him just like a lot of the fan base around here these days...
I guesss that's why he's still employed here. His appeal is to the self absorbed weenies among us who believe they too are football guru's. Just a lonely voice of nega...I mean objectivity intent on ruin...I mean keeping it real for the koolaid swillers among us who just want to enjoy the journey warts and all.
Shame on the rest of us dimwit homers for not grasping that a win is not a win unless you dominate in all phases of every game, and your achievements therefore are less satisfying and leave some feeling incomplete. We should probably return the last 3 Lombardi's since we barely won them by 3 when we not only had defensive lapses but an offense that could barely keep pace with those lapses... Until we can win convincingly and complete the little Felger that exists in so many on the bandwaggon, what will we ever have truly accomplished...
Del Rio, like the coaches before him who took the nothing to lose approach against us down the stretch, gambled on this matchup and focused on it for 3 weeks (and perhaps parts of 2 offseasons...). He knew our AARP contingent would focus on taking away the run, and I'll be dammed if they didn't - 2 headed monster and all. Like Cowher in 2005, he prepared for teams to put the ball in his QB's hands and it almost worked against a secondary playing without <arguably> it's best cover corner. Hat's off to him, and Garrard. They played their best game of the season, and still lost. And by 11 that should by all rights been 14 but for a missed chip shot or 17-21 but for the rarest of the rare, a Welker drop.
Screw all the Felger's - wins complete me.