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When's the last time you have been this low after a loss

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At least we'll probably get a top 5 pick, and a high second round pick.

With Hurney gone, could we get an actual NFL player with our second round pick? Please!?

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Remember Arizona

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Cards game. Or Titans game. Or this season's Bears game.

I'm embarrassed to say it's taken me this long, but I am now fully on the fire Rivera bandwagon.

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Cards game. Or Titans game. Or this season's Bears game.

I'm embarrassed to say it's taken me this long, but I am now fully on the fire Rivera bandwagon.

It wasn't until like week 13 before I checked out emotionally in 2010. I never did in 2011. This season, it was the Seattle game.

I don't think I would care if we won out the rest of the season. In fact, I'd probably say they're idiots for giving up a good draft pick. Just hurry and send Rivera to the unemployment line.

I've seen greater desire to win in nerds playing solitaire on windows.

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Cards game. Or Titans game. Or this season's Bears game.

I'm embarrassed to say it's taken me this long, but I am now fully on the fire Rivera bandwagon.

I'd vote that you Cats keep Rivera.... much in the same way you wished the Bucs had kept Raheem Morris.

It's fair to say that since the coaches don't take snaps, some of the burden must fall on the players too. They just didn't make the plays when they had to.

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I just knew we would find a way to lose this game. I wasn't confident at all. Even with a good lead with little time left

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I don't even feel bad anymore, I've become numb to it all. The Falcons loss really sucked though.

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I was much lower after the first game or the Falcons or Giants. I realize they are not good now and I bothers me less each week now

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Really doesnt effect me that much anymore - I have given up on this season - any time we win will be an unexpected gift.

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The Giants game I felt the lowest. That's when I knew we were screwed not only for this year but as a franchise.

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The Cardinals loss was tough to watch and even more difficult to figure out what the coaches were thinking during that debacle. So that opened the door for me.

The Jerry Richardson-led lockout got one foot out the door and this season got both feet out the door. I'm really done with the team now that I no longer have to attend and no longer have a financial interest in the organization. It should be much easier to change the channel and watch a better game, but I'm not immune to watching train wrecks, either. In that respect, yesterday was comical.

I'd be very interested to know just how many PSL owners have dropped a letter in the mail expressing their complete and utter displeasure with the organization. I know a guy who owns seats close to where mine were who did just this back in 2001-2002 and JR asked him to have lunch with him. Somehow, I'm not thinking that's something JR would entertain anymore.

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I feel fine. Been emotionally detached since like week 3. Give it a shot, you'll feel much better on Sunday's.

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