Under Garrett winning in preseason was not a goal. But to me it has not gotten us ready for the season. We start slowly and rarely play well. 2019 had a 3-0 start but quickly lost its momentum. 2018 ended well but we started 3-5 and early losses affected the season as had we begun better.. there would have been a playoff game at ATT instead of going to LA and losing there in 2018. So..who knows the ideology of MM on pre-season play? I personally think placing importance on winning in pre-season is really a priority under MM. Is it that hard to balance winning and injuries and revealing game strategies that it has in place during training camp? Will anything change? I like the rest of us is examining our past trends and trying to compare it to needed changes. Is it relevant anymore to success in the regular season? There has been some discussions in the past about reducing preseason games to just 3 games and instead adding 2 more games to the regular season making it 18 games. Comments?