Originally Posted by southparkcpa
I know someone drinking tonite............
You get some right, you get some wrong. Such is life old friend.
I didn't forsee Sanchez ****ting the bed for a fourth season in a row. I expected him to improve, not continue to devolve and fail. I certainly didn't expect to finish 2012 with the worst QB in the entire league over the past 4 years. That is awful hard to overcome.
I also didn't expect our best player on both sides of the ball to miss the entire season. The loss of Revis and Holmes, while not as bad as playing Mark Sanchez, was still crippling.
And I'll be honest, I expected the team and O-Co that was very familiar with the Wildcat to create a situation where Tim Tebow could thrive and produce on a limited basis. Instead, Sparano and Co. failed totally and completely with Tebow, possably handing it as badly as it could have been handled.
Combine with a Defense in Flux (youth up front still learning, LB's getting old in the tooth) and you got what we saw. 6-10 and lucky to be that.
So undoubtedly, I was wrong almost accross the board pre-2012. It happens.
Given how the modern NFL works, I still think this team, under this Coach, is one QB, a few LB's and one WR from being as good and competative as anyone. /shrug