I'm listening to the Danieal Manning show. I love listening to the player shows on the radio because you get some insight into what the players are thinking, how their feeling, and things like that. Usually, I think they're real. They may not give away the game plan or what not, but they try to be honest. So I'm listening to Manning right now & Jerome Solomon has been doing a good job asking him questions about how they played Saturday & why they didn't play like that the week before, or the week before that. Danieal said he believes some of the guys (himself included a little bit) started listening more to people outside the locker room than the people inside the locker room. He didn't mention any names in particular, but he says he believe there was a little bit of that going on. He said a couple of other things that I like. I like the way he talks about Wade. One thing he said in particular, is that he tells the players he wants them to play aggressive, he wants them to make plays. If they commit penalties for being aggressive, he says that's on him. Blame him. Go out & make another play. Saturday Danieal said after he commited that offsides penalty that extended the drive, he was getting high fives from his teammates because they appreciate his aggressiveness. Of course there are limits, but they are coached to push the envelope & make the referees throw the flag. They're not supposed to pull up, they're supposed to play on the edge & push the issue. It's a great show so far, still on.... 97.5 it's streaming on the internet if you're not in radio range. But you should check it out.