Originally Posted by madtowndrunkard
I think I'm a realist. Right now I'm not happy we failed to win a single playoff game 2 years in a row. I'm not happy that we lost to the worst teams in the league... that in it self isn't so upsetting... it's the fact that we lost to the worst teams in the NFL with enough talent to be a Superbowl contender. Same as last year.
So it's perfectly natural to question what went wrong and find ways to fix it.
You're not a realist if you think that going 12-4 and losing a playoff game at Mile High Stadium is a failure. There's nothing wrong with being disappointed at how this season turned out, but the sky isn't falling. There's no need to jump out of the window. Where's the faith in the organization? I think that this organization deserves the benefit of the doubt. You think that you're the only one who's questioning why things went wrong and how to solve those problems? This is just a wild guess, but I assume that everyone in the organization is doing that too.