...from us being a 7-7 club, and who knows if 7-8. 8-8 or 9-7, considering the entire 1980's results.

1980 - 9-7
1981 - 8-8
1982 - 6-3
1983 - 10-6
1984 - 9-7
1985 - 7-9
1986 - 6-10
1987 - 8-7
1988 - 5-11
1989 - 9-7
1990 - 9-7
1991 - 7-9

We are freaking out having one season hover around .500. We had that for about an entire decade in the 80s. Of course, we never had a franchise QB in all that span. Matter of fact, we didn't even have an average QB in that span. Stoudt, Malone, Brister....eeks. No wonder they were a .500 team in those days. They still had a pretty good decent D every season, and usually a good O line. But nothing else. No play makers on O, other than Louie Lipps in all that time. No above average running back.