Originally Posted by Rey
Are you just coming up with a scenario or are you saying this is probably happening in real life?
Because if you guys are saying this is likely what's really happening, I couldn't disagree more.
Kubiak isn't going to elevate a guy to run with a higher group if he's not doing things that he likes. He's not going to give case a shot with the two's if he can't even do the right thing with the threes. You earn opportunities like this.
Btw, not all coaches are like how you describe. Plenty of coaches say if you make a mistake make it going 100 mph. Meaning, don't let a mistake during a play affect your effort.
If you have a guy making a mental error you could easily have kubiak chewing him out but praising him for making something out of it.
But it's a big assumption anyways that he's making a bunch of mistakes.
You don't get a raise if your boss thinks you're a screw up!