Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Reality, Nov 27, 2012.
Making the playoffs puts you in contention for the SB:bang2:
So would you rather have, say, 1 SB win 15 in years with 14 losing seasons or 15 years of solid winning seasons, multiple play-off wins, no SB, but always a competitive team on the field?
This. Now I think it can wait until the season is over. But I wouldn't be opposed if Ryan was the interim coach.
Well Lurie did say 8-8 would be unacceptable and he meant it lol
I don't think so
I don't set myself up for disappointment and been watching the NFL long enough to know that you don't pay attention to the playoff picture when you have a record of .500 or worst.
So if anyone else wants to believe we are in the hunt then that's their decision
If there is any team in the division that has had it worse than us it's the Eagles.
So the percentages say they still have a chance?
We're better than them but could still lose. Let me count the ways....
It doesn't answer the question. It merely explains your opinion.
Oh, and Seattle Seahawks, 2010. 7-9, won the NFC West and a Playoff game. That is contention.
hmm, I could've sworn Romo played with this condition. (ribs)
Yes but slim.
The team in the last wildcard spot has 6 losses and the eagles have 8 losses which means they still have a mathematical shot
Seattle can lose 4 in a row and the eagles can win 4 in a row and both will be 7-8.
The Giants have 4 losses and the eagles already beat the giants which means they still have a slim chance of winning the division. Giants lose 4 in a row and Eagles win 4 in a row and both can be 7-8 heading into their final matchup on Dec 30th.
So I say all this to say that
1 more loss by the eagles or 1 more win by the Giants eliminates from the division race and wildcard hopes
The answer to your question is no one has to agree with me and can focus on what the percentages say but I do know the Bengals game is do or die.
Those percentages can say whatever but I know the real story
Was the season still able to be saved? If so then that's why
Just saying, plus he doesn't want to be in Philly anymore.
Yeah well he just signed a long term extention. Too bad for him if he doesn't want to be there anymore.
Last year I celebrated their 8th loss. This year, it will be their 9th. But, we are almost as bad, so it takes some of the pleasure out of the Eagles misery.
So did I and ended up looking like a fool. But the difference this year is in Dec they are facing good QB's
Last year when they had their 8th loss they faced
No way in hell are they winning 8 games this year. Plus there will be no Shady, Vick, or Desean so the 9th and 10th and 11th loss is coming
couldn't happen to a bigger punk.