I don't understand that kind of thinking. Sure I get the issue, but you never play to lose you play to win. You put it all out there and what happens happens. In my way of thinking the confidence and chemistry we get from win 2 or 3 more games more than makes up for the change in draft positions from 7th to 14th, for example. After all,once you get out of the top 5 differences between players levels out pretty quickly.
In the best Herm Edwards voice "YOU PLAY TO WIN THE GAME":hurray: