People go a little overboard after losses. It was no secret that the beginning stretch of the schedule was one of the toughest in the league, especially when they were down to their 3rd, and then 4th string quarterbacks for the first 4 games. So why are people going so crazy after this start?
Atlanta is one of the top teams in the NFC.
Tennessee is tough again this year after a down season last year.
Tampa Bay isn't a pushover anymore as their young team continues to develop.
Baltimore is again one of the best teams in the NFL.
Cleveland just beat the defending Super Bowl champion Saints.
Miami now has a passing game to go with their running game and defense.
I hope the Steelers can bounce back from this disastrous 5-1 start, even though all their remaining opponents have penciled their games against us as a win.
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