True. But most if those were years when the Browns, Bengala, and Ravens sucked complete ass.
He had a very good record, but you do have to take it in context.
At first I would take your statement at face value, but after looking it up, it sounds like a myth to me...look at the other teams in the division throughout his playoff years
1992 Houston Oilers were 10-6, won the divison, and of course lost the comeback game against the Bills 1993 Houston Oilers were 12-4 and won the division 1994 Cleveland Brown were 11-5 and made the playoffs 1995 everyone else was below .500 1996 Jacksonville was 9-7 and made the playoffs, Oilers and Bengals were both 8-8 1997 Jacksonville was 11-5 and made the playoffs 2001 Baltimore was 10-6 and made the playoffs 2002 Cleveland was 10-6 and made the playoffs 2004 Baltmore was 9-7, Cincinnati was 8-8 2005 Cincinnati was 11-5 and made the playoffs
Even during the non-playoff years...
1998 Jacksonville was 11-5 1999 Tennessee was 14-2, Jacksonville was 13-3 2000 Tennessee was 13-3, Baltimore was 12-4 and won the Super Bowl 2003 Baltimore was 10-6 2006 Baltimore was 13-3
I don't really want cowher either but to say he wasn't winning enough as being the reason is silly. Before they drafted Big Ben they were getting to the playoffs with scrub QBs like Tommy Maddox, MIke Tomczak, kordell Stewart, and Neil o'donnell.
During my time with the organization I believed that I had developed completely as a person and as a player but then I was cut before the 2011 season. As a result of being released, instead of giving up and allowing all of the negative media to affect me as a player, I became a better person and player than I could have ever imagined.
Uhhh, you did? I could have sworn that you only played 4 games for the Chargers, and were cut after the preseason against the Lions and aren't in the league now.
The only thing that matters to you is that Luck is not black.
Yet, you are apparently cool with letting outside fans critcize our QB in this thread with racial undertones, have been pretty openly criticizing Cam yourself, and have never given any criticism to Luck's play. Actions speak louder than words sometimes.
In all seriousness, hands down it's Cowboys fans. I've said this in numerous threads, but it's like every person who has been on the Jerry Springer show in the last 5 years descends on Charlotte wearing Romo or Michael Irvin jerseys and yells "How bout em?" for 3 1/2 hours. They have literally no clue who any of their current players outside of Romo are.
Well if/when he canceled he could tell them why .... I would say they would get that message.
He said he sold his tickets - I'm guessing that would mean he sold them to other fans, and that he didn't turn his seats into the front office and eat the cost of his PSL. All he did was assure that another fan would be coming into the stadium and presumably spending money on the product. If his end goal is that he wants to send a message to JR who he thinks only cares about making money and nothing else, then like you said, eating the tickets, vowing not to spend any money in the stadium, sending this info. through the Panthers e-mail feedback (which has been proven to be a voice that obviously is heard given the phone calls that JR and other staff members have personally given), is a better way to get his point across rather than a message board post that may or may not get read.