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ok now, what is going on ? Have we become this dysfunctional ?
At what point will Kraft intervene, ya think ?
Unfortunately, as mentioned in another thread by another poster, Kraft won't step in until his bottom line starts to take a hit. Team losses won't do it as the team will still bring in revenue. Short of the team really tarnishing its public image, and therefore his, nothing short of financial reasons are likely to motivate Krafty to act.
Re: Haynesworth vs. Pepper altercation on sideline
Since quitting the kool-aid "cold-turkey" yesterday and feeling very pessimistic about this teams playoff chances at this point, I have to say that the only way I will believe in them again is totally dependent on how they handle this adversity. If they go into NY and lose, as I suspect they will, will they circle the wagons and galvanize as a unit or will they start pointing fingers and blaming each other. This organization hasn't been in this situation in a while. I like the quote that the originator of the thread uses, BUT seriously, this team has some serious flaws. At this point, I'll be happy if they can win the East and do it by playing good, smart football every game and not laying down. The SB window hasn't shut, but it is closing fast.
__________________ Ice_Ice_Brady writes:
The difference is that Brady calmly calls audibles while Manning flaps like a chicken, barks 11 code words, and makes sure every camera in the stadium has documented his once-in-a-generation (and patented, I believe) ability to see a defensive formation and change the play. Both have the same effect, but Manning transcends measurable human intellect while Brady merely chooses a different play.