I punched my tv and vowed never to watch football again...... then i watched monday night football the next day lol
Originally posted by BHulman:Originally posted by NinersRule:Originally posted by LundyLove:Originally posted by NinersRule:Originally posted by LundyLove:
Not since we were good and expecting to win every game..... I know it hurts but here is the silver lining.....
I realized that we are on the verge of expecting to win every game again where the losses haunt you all week til the next game
Its the big bright light that we are almost back where we want to be.....
Its awesome that losing makes me want to vomit all week again.....
I know its a weird way to look at it,,,,
I feel the exact same way. The last 5-7 years I expected us to lose and was pleasantly surprised when we won.
This year I expect us to win (even on the road) and when we didn't today I was seriously hurt. Today's game was REALLY painful.
Thats what I am saying.... in the 80's and 90's
After a loss I would be sick and depressed for a week....
Recently it was like I was expecting us to lose so whatever....
I am starting to get the same feelings like it was back when we were good
Agree 100%, it messed up my whole day.
I am also avoiding Sportscenter because I don't want to hear about how much "heart" Favre has...9 out of 10 times that pass is incomplete. AHHHHHHH
19/20 is more like it.
Originally posted by KowboyKiller:
As soon as we did RUN RUN RUN PUNT with 1 minute and a half left, I knew then and there the game was lost. Favre always beats us.
Reminded me of the loss to the Bears in 2001 when we were WAY up, then started playing soft and lost it in overtime when TO alligator armed the ball right to Mike Brown.
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
just watched the play again and if Ray McDonald keeps his motor running, that last play doesn't happen. He's out there just kindda lolly gaggin. Didn't even put his hands up to block bretts vision. Just someone else to blame for what could of been.