Iâ€™m so embarrassed today, you canâ€™t imagine. This wasnâ€™t just a loss, it was the proof that we are mediocre at best. Yes, we are 4-4, but look at the teams weâ€™ve beaten. Rams, Browns and Lions are the cellar of the NFL and we came away with a lucky win against the inconsistent Bears. Todayâ€™s loss to the Bucs, a team that hardly found the end zone this season, was just pathetic. I hope we finish with a loosing season, maybe some people at Green Bay will wake up then, even if I doubt it. Basically they are the same, who got rid of Holmgren and Wolf, the tandem who brought back the glory to the frozen Tundra, only to bring in Ted Thompson/Mike McCarthy after a few rollercoaster like seasons. Take a look at the TT yearsâ€¦ 2005: 4-12 under Mike Sherman 2006: 8-8 2007: 13-3 2008: 6-10 2009: 4-4 so far One winning season, even with that current Vikings QB under center and one time we made it into the postseason, is all he has to show off. While heâ€™s so freaking proud to be 13m under the cap, he didnâ€™t bring in any valuable veteran next to Woodson. Quiet the contrary, he released proven vets, mostly just because they werenâ€™t â€œhisâ€ guys. The O-line (or what weâ€™re calling an O-line) is the best example. He got rid of key players and replaced them with unproven rookies. Depth? Nothingâ€¦. After we had lost Spitz to injury, he wastes his roster spot for a WR. Rodgers is on his way to a 60+ sacks season. I doubt he has fun out there. His build-through-draft philosophy is nice, but in todayâ€™s NFL itâ€™s almost impossible to create a team this way. Especially when you draft players, who goes form NCAA IR to NFL IR. Iâ€™m not asking for spending big money on big names, but sometimes a proven veteran would help. Just sayingâ€¦. The current situation is bad and if TT continues his way, I canâ€™t see a bright future either. So, what direction we are heading to?