they aren't "viewed" as equal importance but in reality they are
IMO they should be "played" with equal importance
wouldn't want players taking any game lightly...should play your heart out every single game...
You can't, it's not possible. It's not mentally possible, it's not physically possible. You'd burn out early in the season and not have as much left in the tank. You can think of a ton of examples in sports of teams that flamed out. Yes, every game is important and every game must be prepared for as if it is very important. Look at Coughlin, i think that's the main thing he lives his life by. But it doesn't work exactly like you want to say it does.
I think you are right but you take it too literally and too far.
You're getting ahead of yourself. Playoffs are never missed in week 4. Not even week 10. But yeah winning these games against other teams who are going to be in wildcard battles and getting that tiebreaker is huge. Philly (5-1 in division last year) made me realize division wins don't mean as much as I thought.
And yeah my hatred for RG3 burns strong. But I also hate their 3rd string QB and I don't even know who he is. He's still a ***.
O u def know who Rex the Sex Cannon Grossman is.
RG3 hates u too. Griffin will surpass every QB in our division (sans MAYBE Eli) in the next year. Already makes better choices than Mike Pick.
Truth be told, last night was one of the ONLY times I've ever rooted for the Iggles and that's cuz I was playing Eli n Cruz in fantasy and frankly, I'm now tired of their success. I hate Coughlin w fervent passion too.