Originally Posted by Idgit
Some people handle disappointment a lot better than others.
That's kinda the problem with this organization and it's fans, they're handling disappointment better and better as the years go on. I guess we're just getting used to it.
You know, I remember listening to financial counselor Dave Ramsey and he said "Things won't change for you until you have a 'sick and tired' moment".
When will that moment be for this organization and it's fans? Is it 1 playoff win in 20 years, 1 in 25 years or 1 in 30?
Every year more and more "positive" fans turn into "complainers" because the results on the field doesn't warrant giving this team the benefit of the doubt. At some point this organization has to prove it on the field and in the front office to turn the tide of the public sentiment.
Positive fans and complainers just have a different way of looking at the same thing, two different sides of an argument. The thing that settles this argument is the teams record over the last 18 years or so.
Sad state of affairs when you're coming off a 3rd place finish in the weakest division in football and while other teams are signing free agents, not only can you not sign anyone, you're cutting players to get under the cap.
Baltimore is doing the same thing only they are coming off winning the Super Bowl.