You have, of course, the media who hypes it as the clinching game for Losman. Jauron more or less confirmed this notion. Players like Evans came out and said so. I know we fans want that, too, though I really doubt if Losman cares about what we fans think.
I just hope JP does not try to throw 2 TDs with every one of his throws tonight. Let the game comes to you instead of attcking it at 100 mph out of the gate.
In a way, we'll find out how far Losman has come as far as maturing goes. For his technical progress, I've already had an answer. We saw his game last week. We knew he has a long, long way to go. It would be a miracle for him to learn all he needs to get better at within 7 days. But this is a perfect opportunity to see his mental improvement in terms of handling highs and lows, a necessity for a successful QB in NFL.