Originally Posted by Idgit
Winning is more important to them and personal achievement, and they'll maximize the effort they're willing to put out every day, practice, game, snap.
There are a lot of talented players in the NFL who don't meet those criteria.
More vague terms...
I thought Doug Free got a fat check and packed it in... So based upon what you observe in practice, who in the Wade era that has been let go didn't want to win... How is this measured? So why are the WRs always running wrong routes, the OL can't block, and so on? Is it because they don't want to win, or just suck?
So wanting to win is more important than actually winning?