Thx guys I realy thought I was going to get reemed for this way of thinking cuz when I think it to myself it seems far fetched but It makes sence and it sure makes me feel better..lol..Originally posted by JTsBiggestFan:Originally posted by ninermedic:Quote:Originally posted by bluecoller49ninerfan:
I know it may be crazy talk... but I feel like we may have lost that game as part of a bigger plan. Its all part of jh big plan .....this is chest not checkes son...lol
I don't think we "planned" to lose but I agree in that I think they rolled out a suboptimal gameplan as part of a larger scheme...the ends of which are suitably unpredictable as that is Harbs' trademark. I think the coaching staff said "we'll take our shot at winning with this plan, but we aren't counting on winning with it."
I know we are fishing here, but it's not too crazy either.
Looking at it practically, the team that is more invested in winning a game (esp. through game planning) will put themselves at a disadvantage when it comes to a rematch. The Giants benefited a TON from losing to Green Bay and us during the regular season (and I think New England might have a bit as well in SB).
We've seen everything the Giants have to show us defensively, and I anticipate we will be able to use mostly this film in a rematch. All they have on our O is pretty much those two drives before the INT as we went into shutdown mode afterwards .