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Old 12-14-2012   #21
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"Doc, I have this problem. When I call a Red 42 Rover, I can't decide if the Mike is going to blitz or drop back. It's giving me anxiety."

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Sounds to me like it's some fans who post on this board that need to see a shrink!! Geeeeeezzzz!
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Sounds to me like it's some fans who post on this board that need to see a shrink!! Geeeeeezzzz!
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He'd scare the veal out of a psychologist after a half hour in a session

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The psychology regarding losing in sports is about process, not outcome. The successful players talk a lot about what they learned from the loss. You watch the post game interviews—and I almost do this in my head now—but if you hear a guy saying, "You know, I got beat up, but I tried to hang in there, and I won’t make those mistakes again," I know this player is going to comeback, because he’s already talking about the process, what he learned, and what he can work on, as opposed to, "Oh, the refs screwed me or the opponents played dirty pool." That might even be true, but it’s not within your control.

The term for this, in sports psychology, is locus of control. Internal locus of control, focusing on the positives and negatives that you can directly impact, usually equates to long-term competitive success and a healthy mental attitude. By contrast, external locus of control, obsessing about cheating opponents, incompetent or blind refs, are a recipe for disaster.

Oddly enough, this theory holds true even in controlled experiments where the test subject is being cheated. Those who attribute failure to something they did and something they can change, even if they’re wrong, were more likely to be successful in future competitions.

These little "hints" as to where the state of mind of Schaub and other players (as well as coaches and owners), may help you be able to better assess your gut impressions.
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He'd scare the veal out of a psychologist after a half hour in a session

I think you're right.

The psychologist will have to go see another psychologist to get that psycho image out of his head, LOL!
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We must begin by asking it...
..."What is losing?"
Losing is a disease...
...as contagious as polio.
Losing is a disease...
...as contagious as syphilis.
Losing is a disease...
...as contagious as bubonic plague...

now if you just bring in the football equivalent of Roy Hobbs....
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The psychology regarding losing in sports is about process, not outcome. The successful players talk a lot about what they learned from the loss. You watch the post game interviews—and I almost do this in my head now—but if you hear a guy saying, "You know, I got beat up, but I tried to hang in there, and I won’t make those mistakes again," I know this player is going to comeback, because he’s already talking about the process, what he learned, and what he can work on, as opposed to, "Oh, the refs screwed me or the opponents played dirty pool." That might even be true, but it’s not within your control.

The term for this, in sports psychology, is locus of control. Internal locus of control, focusing on the positives and negatives that you can directly impact, usually equates to long-term competitive success and a healthy mental attitude. By contrast, external locus of control, obsessing about cheating opponents, incompetent or blind refs, are a recipe for disaster.

Oddly enough, this theory holds true even in controlled experiments where the test subject is being cheated. Those who attribute failure to something they did and something they can change, even if they’re wrong, were more likely to be successful in future competitions.

These little "hints" as to where the state of mind of Schaub and other players (as well as coaches and owners), may help you be able to better assess your gut impressions.
Sounds like it's better to give the other guy the benefit of the doubt, even if he doesn't deserve it at all. Stay humble, etc.
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Sounds to me like it's some fans who post on this board that need to see a shrink!! Geeeeeezzzz!
Well, you may be right about that, grandma. I might need to have my head examined if I keep thinking that Schaub can take us where we need to go. I'm not happy with him at all.
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Default Re: Anybody know if Schaub is seeing Sports Psychologist

My prayers go out to Matt Schaub.

4 games now, 4 games in a row, something ain't right. I hope it all works out for him. Because we need him.
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