I don't think anyone really expected us to win today. If they did, it's wishful thinking at best. What I think has some of us, me included irked is the way this team has gone about it. It's one thing to accumulate draft picks by dumping overpaid vets, but this team has gutted everything, everywhere, every way possible. When you start trading guys who are good, simply because they're soon to be due new contracts (and yes, we got good compensation for Tunsil/Stills) it's going to leave a bad taste in people's mouths. Not just fans, but clearly players too with reports that multiple players requested trades after today's game. It's one thing to be bad... it's another to rebuild, but it's a completely altogether different animal to not even try to be competitive. Hey, I get it.. the reset button has needed to be pressed here for a long time. To me though, what they've done this year is going overboard. It's a slap in the face to the fans, and to the guys on the roster you're expecting to go out on that field putting their bodies on the line. At least in Clevelands tank job they were competitive in most games. This is worse than Indy's tank job for Luck at this point. They weren't even trying to win, neither are we. I love this team, always have since I started watching the game, but I'm looking for other things to do on Sundays and another team to pay close attention to this year. That's not me throwing in the towel on being a phin's fan, but I'm not about to waste 4 hours every sunday watching this garbage. I'll follow another team. Likely the Titans at this point since they are my wifes team, and Wake is there, and I like Nashville in general. I doubt that's a long term thing... because I love this team for some strange reason.. but I know there's alot of people in the same boat as me... who won't be back. I don't blame them either.