LechMich Posted November 21, 2006 Share Posted November 21, 2006 One thing the players on this team stress as a "positive" is that there's no finger-pointing going on. But guess what: that's probably part of the problem. If people don't get called out, what's to fear? There's a general lack of "fear" on this team, and that's what sticks out the most when comparing these Redskins to the Redskins that Gibbs coached in his first tenure. During Gibbs' first reign, there was always fear: fear was used as a motivator. You were afraid of losing your job if you didn't perform, each week. Now, with inflated salaries, there's really not the same degree of fear motivating these players. So fear has to come from somewhere else. In this "feel-good-it-starts-with-coach" team, what's to be afraid of? Without fear, there will never be success at any level. So my message to Mr. Gibbs is this: More fear, please. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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