Discussion in 'Jerry/Garrett/Rant Zone' started by cowboyblue22, Nov 2, 2013.
The bottom line is that since Garrett has been the head coach, the team almost never loses to bad teams (16-1) and has a very difficult time beating any of the good teams (4-19). Those are the numbers, there is nothing to dispute, there is nothing to discuss, there is nothing to explain. Those are the actual on the field results under Garrett since he was named head coach.
Watch the Denver game.
Wait...so there were 4 wins? So it CAN happen?
Because it's the salary cap era where the difference from top to bottom isn't as glaring and the best teams are nowhere near as good as the best teams of the non-cap era. The bottom line is, if you have a .500 team, you have a far greater chance of beating the best team(s) nowadays than you did in the non-cap era.