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I don't think it's foolish. Some people want the Bucs to lose this game so that they can have one or two jumps in the draft. Well, 0-16 pretty much guarantees you a #1. If draft position is that critical that you want the team to blow a game for it; why not just blow 16 games and be assured of the #1? Whereas you think my comments are silly (and indeed they are of sarcasm), I think it's silly to hope your team loses a game just for the possibility of gaining a spot next April.
Poor attempt at sarcasm by Grudenfan and a weak analogy to boot.And don't try to tell us who is or isn't a real fan. Nobody asked you foryour opinion on that.
I just don't think it's worth it right now. I would like to see the Bucs win on Sunday because I don't like seeing them lose. If the Bucs lose, I hope they played their hardest. I really don't care right now about the potential position in the 2007 Draft right now; because there's a long time between now and then, and a lot can change in that time.
Quote from: Shag on December 27, 2006, 09:32:06 AMWhat's best for the Bucs is a loss. There's not much of an arguement on that one. Draft position has value. There is nothing we can gain by winning. pride?
What's best for the Bucs is a loss. There's not much of an arguement on that one. Draft position has value. There is nothing we can gain by winning.
There's nothing to be gained by winning? How about momentum, or the fact it will rally the troops around each other, I'm sorry but you can't place any college player on a higher pedestal than team morale and chemistry.
But I have zero problem with a loss.