"I think our guys know this," Capers said in the article. "A year ago we were sitting here after one of the most frustrating games I've ever been involved with 1-2, and we turned it around and won 10 out of the next 12. A lot of the guys sitting in this locker room were involved in that."
I agree with Capers that a turnaround and a winning streak this season is inevitable, but I wouldn't necessarily say this year is the same as last year. Last year, they were 1-2 because of a blown call, relatively healthy, and not having a bye week after Week 3. Also, last year's schedule resumed with a tough home game against the Saints, while this year's schedule matches them up with a team they almost definitely will beat, the Lions. So I'd stay things this season will likely be a little easier for them, but at least Capers has faith they'll do something.