Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by oldrover, Jan 12, 2020.
The RatBird fanbase keeps referencing their season record win total as an accomplishment. LMAO
I enjoyed every second of failure by the ratbirds. It was a joyous afternoon with my 90 year old father.
Not nearly as good as watching the Pats but pretty fun. I doubt many New Englanders weren’t happy with the results
Player and team Statistics are meaningless
That’s something many fans fail to grasp. It’s a team game and all that matters is team success
I could be wrong, and it isn’t a “100% sure thing” but I find that players who have never lifted the trophy seem more emotional when they make the HoF / win MVP. Tomlinson comes to mind.
Not every team makes it to the afc championship, superbowl consistently like the Pats do. Don’t see it as a bad thing to call it a good season. Disappointing ending? Yeah, but they achieved quite a bit to the average NFL fan.
Agreed but they were talking Superbowl. Lamar was talking about being Tom Brady. They made their bed.
Cross-posting this from another thread (which I normally try to avoid but feel is relevant in this case): Tennessee's defense did a good job forcing the Ravens to rely more on the pass but even then they still moved the ball. Don't forget that a big component of what makes Jackson effective in the RPO is Ingram, who was hobbled. Again, I think this game spun on the turnovers and fourth-down stops more than any ill-advised tactical changeup by OC Roman.
THIS x100. They had over 500 yards of offense. Give the Titans D some credit for making key stops on 3rd and 4th down.
They achieved zero
mid take a 14-2 year with a home playoff game anytime between 1987-1994.
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