Go figure. I can't.
Barry Jackson wrote:
How hard is it to evaluate these players when they are good enough to beat the two Super Bowl finalists last season but also play very poorly at times?
“It’s harder to do during the season,” Gase said. “You are getting ready for the next game. To sit there, you are trying to evaluate on the run. The hardest thing is you are only as good as your last game. Nobody cares what we did against New England. What you did in the Buffalo game is who you are. That’s what makes it hard to evaluate during the season.
“You kind of remember that last one. That’s why we like at the end of the season to take some time and get away from it and come back and evaluate so now you can say let’s go back and say let’s look at the whole thing. Now you can try to get a true evaluation. How did you play in the first quarter, second quarter, third quarter, fourth quarter. When you lose the last game you play, you have a bitter taste in your mouth and that can change the way you feel about certain guys.”
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