Notice the difference in approach here. Wade Phillips - "If you make a mistake, it's on me." Bill Parcells - "Don't be the one to make the mistake that costs your team the game." Anyone else think Wade's quote is kind of brilliant? I think it is, myself. Of course the players shouldn't take it entirely literally, but they should know to go out there and play at full speed, rather than worrying about making a mistake. Because if you're worrying about making a mistake, you're probably not as good as you could be.