Originally Posted by Idgit
I keep asking you this question, and I'm not understanding your position. My answer has been that it's not excused at all. We're getting beat by better teams. But we already know that, because we all already know what our record is. Highlighting the fact that we're consistent in that context is not a negative. It means we need to improve to beat the good teams, which is exactly what you'd want to see under the circumstances. Isn't it?
Would you prefer we were up and down against good and bad teams, alike?
Ok.....but we're not getting better against the good teams though! We've only beat the 49ers and Bengals the last two years that have made the playoffs. How many seasons is it gonna take? When Romo is 36? So we're beating the bad teams like we're supposed to and it's consistent but why us having such a horrible record against winning teams go excused like it's no big deal?!
We won 13 games in 2007 and 11 in 2009 but what have we done since then? Yes I know Garrett is a first time head coach but he has been with the team for 6 years so he's very familiar with the team etc.
I know that I posted records against the good teams and bad teams but even if we have made the playoffs at 9-7 the last two years and maybe won a game or two then that would be progress! We had our chances in week 17 the last two years but didn't come through!
I guess we'll agree to disagree but I know a lot of posters on here agree with me