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Heard of crippling loss. Crippling win???


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For some franchises that one loss could be remembered for decades, ask Atlanta fans of their SB loss.

Will the win against WSH will haunt us for next 2-3 seasons without a franchise QB?

Without paying hefty price we can't move up in draft / trade for D Watson / M Stafford. 

Every day goes by, that one win is proving expensive 

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How many times does the same stupid 💩 have to be posted?

It's like holy 💩, I never even thought what that win could have done to us. I'm sorry, to the other posters that had no clue about us winning a game and this being news to them.

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14 minutes ago, Ted Ginn Jr.'s Hands said:

Yes, it sucks that we won that game, however we could have trotted out Jimmy Clausen and still won.  Washington / Haskins were straight up awful.

Nah, Rhule should have trotted PJ out there to "evaluate for the future".  It would have been an easy sale and PJ would have stunk it up.

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I'm going to start complaining about the loss to the Chargers in week 3. If only the defense hadn't gotten so many takeaways in that game we could have easily lost and still had the #3 pick. I hope Burns is happy with that strip-sack, it set the franchise back a dozen years.

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OP is right, it really can't be overstated how much that single win fuged us in terms of draft capital. 

Granted we totally should have won at Minnesota so maybe it was just the football gods evening things out 

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Just now, mccjeff said:

I'm going to start complaining about the loss to the Chargers in week 3. If only the defense hadn't gotten so many takeaways in that game we could have easily lost and still had the #3 pick. I hope Burns is happy with that strip-sack, it set the franchise back a dozen years.

These aren't really comparable as we had no idea who good/bad we were in week 3. At Washington we very much knew that we were in contention for a top 3 pick. 

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23 minutes ago, SOJA said:

These aren't really comparable as we had no idea who good/bad we were in week 3. At Washington we very much knew that we were in contention for a top 3 pick. 

That is true. But they are exactly equivalent in how much good it does to bring either up in every single thread.

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This thread has been posted at least 30 times already. What could we have possibly done to out suck Washington? They had Haskins who couldn’t have played worse, and special teams performed horribly for them that game. We would have had to sit the entire team and that wasn’t possible. Quit crying about everything, it is what it is at this point, we are going to be fine. Almost every loss was by a score so we could have won any of those games and no one would have blinked an eye.

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