PG: Herd Fall Short in Denver

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Re: PG: Herd Fall Short in Denver 

Post#81 » by Siefer » Wed Mar 11, 2020 2:00 pm

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Siefer wrote:I get the folks that ride the tip of the wave through every peak and valley. I'm not wired that way, but I get it. I even get the overly negative, snake-bitten types. But actively seeking out misery, as though it were a warm blanket? Steger, I often think you'd be much happier with an awful team that has no hope, no expectations, and no chance of letting you down.

I try not to be so reactive as well. But I do struggle with the fear, in the back of my mind, that we're going to run into a literal wall in the playoffs and repeat the failures of last season.

It's one of those fears that won't be exorcised until we win it all.

Yeah, I get the anxiety. But, I'd rather be let down by a great team, then never have gotten to play in this space. These last 18 months have been unreal, and if you told me we weren't going to get there, I'd still live out this run every time.
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Re: PG: Herd Fall Short in Denver 

Post#82 » by DutchManDanFan » Wed Jul 22, 2020 1:07 pm

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