Nothing more to say really.
Yes, yes, the offense concerns me too. Guess we all just need to hope that when we do decide to pass again that we will be able to actually pass it effectively.
Pats loss was nice for seeding potential. Ravens win was nice for a cushion. Beat San Diego and that Oakland loss may indeed be the mulligan I claimed it was not.
Does anyone else think it's gonna start to get awkward with this whole "Who Dey" and "Who Dat" thing now that both the Bengals and Saints are very much in the national spotlight at the same time?
I mean, let's be honest, it's basically the same cheer. They apparently coined it first but we have just owned it for so long I think most people never knew about "Who Dat" until 3 years ago.
Last, I want to prove statistically that Brat sucks so we can end this nonsense that people are saying about how he gets all the blame when we lose and none of the credit when we win. I consistently blame him for everything regardless of outcome. I think my fellow comrades have made excellent points here, here and here but I am still looking for something comprehensive during his entire time as offensive coordinator.
My preliminary research suggests he is merely average. This means I must do the following:
- Change my opinion and accept that Brat is merely average but not awful
- Continue to put more work and energy into research until I find a valid measurement of his ineptitude
Well, I deeply, deeply feel that Brat blows so I am not ready to abandon my opinion yet. However, I am also time-constrained and lazy. A dangerous combo. So I am choosing 3) ask the readers to do the work for me and try to come up with their own way to statistically capture how bad Brat is. Any thoughts or suggestions please leave in the comments or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.