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Is our team better than its record?

Is our team better than its record?

Thoughts?
We've only been blown out once and all the other losses are by less than 7pts each. On the flip side, we've had close wins and one blow out. But considering we had that damn Minny game and played Indy tough, I think we're slightly better.
Yes.

We should have won vs. Minnesota (damn you brett fart)

We should have beat the weak a** Titans, but Alex Smith couldn't even do that.

We could have beat the Packers but Alex Smith threw for 5 yards in the first half and our Oline stunk it up almost the entire game.

That's 7 WINS we COULD have had.

But could've should've would've... We have some work to do.
  • krizay
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You are what your record says you are-Parcells.

Hate the guy but he knows his stuff.
We R what our record is !

we have an OC issues
OL issues & HC that thinks we r a smasouth running team
which we R not We R spread O team ! So untill our
HC relizes this we R out of the playoffs !
Originally posted by krizay:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by krizay:
Originally posted by BETTERDAYZ9ERS:
You are what your record says you are-Parcells.

Hate the guy but he knows his stuff.

This
How close we were in our losses against the Vikings, Colts, Texans, Titans.


The first two sting more though.
sometimes realizing who we really r might b too late...

here's an example:

former HC Dennis Erickson thought we were a passing team with Garcia-Owens only to take notice our running attack was solid with Garrison Hearst and Fred Beasely!
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Originally posted by ReverendRashad15:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by krizay:
Without a doubt we have an 8-2 caliber roster, but we have a 4-6 coaching staff. Poorly integrated play-calling, inept game-planning, and a stubborn HC in over his head have held us back all season from becoming what we set out to be from the beginning of last January: contenders.

I wouldn't say firing Martz was Sing's biggest mistake, but Bill Walsh warned him that he would need to surround himself with "GREAT" people. People with rich experience, know-how, and to have an open mind with his vision... Singletary has defied Bill Walsh's wisdom, and probably deserves the failure he's getting from his stoic approach.
[ Edited by SnakePlissken on Nov 24, 2009 at 3:24 PM ]
Originally posted by krizay:

This...
Bill Parcells says:

"You are what your record says you are."