Originally posted by Jikkle49:
The way I view ties is:
If you should've lost then I consider it a small victory.
If you should've won then I consider it a loss.
We should've lost that game so while I'm not exactly happy I'm not depressed with at least coming out with a tie.
A tie gives you a better chance at the #2 seed then the loss does.
Actually, its the Rams. Sure, maybe vs GB or ATL, it might have held some sort of satisfaction. But to TIE with the RAMS, and AT HOME ?
Im not depressed, but not feeling really warn about it either.