View Full Version : 7-9 or 8-8?
12-23-2000, 08:18 PM
At the beginning of the season we had put our predictions out... Some said 12-4 and SB... Others were less optimistic. And there was a large percentage, including me, that were thinking 8-8 or 7-9 based on the opponents.
Well, the opponents part didn't quite work out the way I thought. We didn't get our clocks cleaned by the "great" teams, but by the "not-so-great".
Is anyone else surprised at how we played this year? And does it match with your predictions on the Chiefs at the beginning of the season?<BR>
12-23-2000, 08:25 PM
I predicted 8-8, and I'm not happy to be correct.
12-23-2000, 11:24 PM
Yes, I'm disappointed too. Yet I'm not sure I can expect any more out of these coaches...<BR>
12-24-2000, 12:05 AM
Hey, a lot of people were forecasting 3-13, 4-12 type of seasons. Maybe the Chiefs did excede expectations!
12-24-2000, 09:57 AM
There is a fine line between winning and losing in the NFL.This team could have gone 4-12 or 12-4.The Chiefs are a team that is getting younger each year.A record of 8-8 is not so bad.How many years in a row were the Titans at .500.Schedules and seasons take their toll,just ask the Jaguars.Last year they were 14-2,now they are 7-9.Half the teams in this years playoffs were at .500 or below last year.
12-24-2000, 01:50 PM
It's not that 8-8 is bad for some teams. But it is ALL we can expect from these coaches, ever. NO playoffs, no SB, no nothing.
So if you are happy with 8-8 you are going to be happy for many years to come...<BR>
12-24-2000, 01:59 PM
I always hope for 10-6. You figure if you get at least 10 wins it should get you in the playoffs. It looks like we will go 7-9 and get a fairly decent draft pick. Let's hope a new coaching staff gets to assess that pick.
12-24-2000, 03:03 PM
12-24-2000, 03:26 PM
They won one more than I expected. Damned if I know which one though.
12-24-2000, 03:43 PM
I think we did move up to #12 in the draft, with an outside shot at 11, if Carolina beats Oakland.
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