In the realm of professional team sports, is there a greater difference between winning and losing than going to the Super Bowl, or not? It seems easier to lose the Super Bowl than suffer gut-wrenching AFC or NFC championship games in the way the Saints, Chiefs just did. Crushing
Yes....I admit it...the science of what it is....the mythology surrounding it...what it took for the USA to get there....and the sheer physical beauty and aura...I am infatuated by the moon and the lunar eclipse is upon us....awesome
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Good culture is built from the ground up. It’s an effort that starts with the coach and continues as people realize that your true motivation is to help others get better. If you want to change the culture of a team, start with changing one person.
Leaders rise because of qualities that are selfless & giving. Many sit there once they’ve reached the position & then only worry about themselves & abandon whatever got them there. Leadership is selfless, giving, and sacrificial. The higher you go the more you should serve.
100 percent agree
I have all the respect in the universe for Bill Belichick. He & Nick Saban taught me everything I know about football. Everything. BUT...for the #chiefs DB’s and defensive game plan in crucial moments to allow Julian and Gronk to do what they did, it is inexcusable. End of story.
Yes, I would, b/c I really didn't care either way. It's a bad set up and should be changed.
Can't believe there was a 10-year stretch when they didn't win the SB.
#Patriots last 18 yrs: 01 - W SB 02 - missed playoff 03 - W SB 04 - W SB 05 - L Div Rd 06 - L Conf Champ 07 - L SB 08 - missed playoff 09 - L WC Rd 10 - L Div Rd 11 - L SB 12 - L Conf Champ 13 - L Conf Champ 14 - W SB 15 - L Conf Champ 16 - W SB 17 - L SB 18 - SB 9 out of 18 SB