This morning, I found myself motivated to chime in on a subject that has befuddled me all season long. What are we?
You’re talking about 60-something games left, so it’s going to be an uphill battle. It’s not just catching them, it’s you’ve got to pass other teams.
We were awful for a good portion of the year and we’ve been pretty damn good lately, but we dug ourselves such a hole that ‘pretty good’ is not going to cut it.
We’ve got to be real good. It’s going to be a tremendous challenge, but there’s not one person in here who doesn’t think we can do it, and it depends on if we continue to improve. – David Wright
After reading these comments by Wright this morning, I got the sense that some fans want to suddenly divert from the plan and march toward a very unlikely playoff spot. Of course we all want to win, but what does that mean exactly? And by that I mean in the context of this season and all the seasons still to come.
It’s important to note that what David Wright said is some