Quote Originally Posted by Plus Plus View Post
Because recent underperformances shouldn't become the identity of the team- the players and their overall body of work should be. The season record tells us that the Reds are a very good team.

This is a reactionary article written in response to a couple of weeks of underperforming and finding ways to lose and is catered to ardent listeners of Lance McAllister's radio program who buy into the whole "no matter how good things are, they must be bad" mentality. It's a football mindset in a game that couldn't be further away from football.

And, to echo other posters in this thread, the last third of the article where Hal talks about his high school playing career is silly nonsense.
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