Both are right. And wrong.
I think, overall, the game was very similar to last week in that both teams were doing what they could to lose the game. How they did it this week was different, of course, but it was still the same result: A win that did nothing to make me more confident about the last two regular season games.
It really is sad that M is 7-3, has won two games in a row, and I still have little confidence M has any chance to win either of the last two games. I may be unreasonably pessimistic, but the past 2 5/6 seasons has done that to me.
At this point, I expect RR will be the coach for M next year. I've sorta thought that since M was 5-0, barring a total meltdown. There was only a temporary meltdown, and he has pulled the team out of it. Kindof.
Keeping RR is probably a good thing for next year and maybe the year after. For the next 10 years, though, I think it is a bad idea. (of course, I'm still predicting RR will leave on his own after 6 years). I'm tired of the argument. And as long as he stays, we'll hear the argument whenever M loses, or plays poorly (like after this game, maybe).
During the postgame show, Frank Beckman said the win brings M to 7-5. Not even 'homer' Frank thinks M has a chance the next two weeks.