- Mar 6, 2002
- Reaction score
Yep. Tampa's and Cleveland 2.0's first wins, worst regular season choke ever against SF in 1980, and Flipper Anderson's 336 receiving yard performance immediately come to mind. At least we're no longer on the hook for Walter Payton setting the career rushing yardage mark or the most sacks by a single player in a game thanks to Emmitt Smith and Derrick Thomas respectively. Throw in Carney missed PAT following the River City Relay, too, just for good measure.Why do we always have to set dubious records? Even during a good season. It’s ingrained in our franchises’ DNA
It felt like an epic loss. Hard to watch. Embarrassing. Lackluster. I'm sure that's been said already today. Let's see what happens next week. If we have a similar performance against Tampa than I'll be concerned. One game either way does not make a season. Green Bay looked awful against the Chargers last week. They rebounded this week.
Yeah, pretty sure we were all aware this was a historic butt kicking.
It was embarrassing and the players and the coaches should be embarrassed.
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