And with the Bills twice, the Jets, Pats, Raiders, Redskins, Cowboys, and Eagles, its certainly theoretically possible. Who knows with division games (and the Patriots are not that good!). The Redskins are not that great. The Cowboys are beatable. And the Raiders have had an up and down season.
So 5-11 or 6-10 would put them somewhere in the range of "better" teams which takes them out of the sweepstakes for most of the top-tier QBs...which would mean that the team will look elsewhere for talent. And might draft that third team long snapper they've had their eye on!
And it also might, maybe, turn the tables on this whole firing thing. Suppose they are "in every game" and wind up with 6 wins. Does Tony get fired? What about Jeff? Will we get more of the same nonsense next year?
Both Jeff "the furious enigma" Ireland and Tony "the Bootin' Bull" Sparano must - MUST - be fired. There are no alternatives. And whoever comes in MUST draft a QB. End of story.
Anything less and I'm jumping ship, and I'm sure I won't be the only one. This has gone on for too long...