The biggest game of the season is coming up ...in a week and a half. Beating the 'hawks would be huge but either way we win next Thursday against the faints and we are still leading the NFCS at least by .5 games. Perhaps as much as 2.5. With 7 games left and a bye week.
Soft spot in the schedule comes after that. And we need it.
The NFCS sucks and we could presumably just limp into a home playoff game. I'll limp into the Superbowl like an SCP Poop. Wait that didn't work. We should be favored in most of the remaining NFCS games. All I have ever wanted from this team is a home playoff game. That is pretty much the only reason I ever bought PSLS. That and watching people pay $300/tk on the street when Dallas comes to town.
But we stink right now. (O really?). Like SCP poop stank in an Odessa Texas Waffle House. (Better)
Everyone is trying to place blame on so and so and so and so but I am going to throw this out there. IT IS ALL ABOUT GREG HARDY. Just like SCP's poop. Nope sorry didn't work.
The defense didn't just lose an elite player.
While not the "leader" of the offense Greg was the corner stone talent-wise and allowed Luke et. al. to do their jobs
Our defense is feeling pressure without that guy. Perhaps a need to push too much. Overcompensating.
Our team is tired of being in the media for team that is never in the media. And for a guy they probably love. Hopefully recovering now.
There may be some questioning of management. Did they do enough to support the player?
We are failing at the fundamentals.
It's on the coaches to fix it. No reason we should not finish strong.
Politics and emotion are a huge deal in the locker room even though we tend to assume that our players are automatons.
We all knew the money had to come from somewhere. You can't just magically increase what is covered and pretend that costs will go down.
C) Thanks OBAMA!!
Also while I feel bad for the guy who was either confused or tricked by his broker, I'm guessing the deductible details were not as difficult to glean from the policy as the article implies. Usually there is a dec page which is at the very front and clearly lists limits and deductibles.
For Seng, the $5,500 difference was a footnote in the 90-page policy he received after buying.