For the longest time, it seems, the team is just does not play 60 minutes of mental football. They play 55-58 minutes, generally. It seems in just about every loss that is under 4 points, we can point to one, maybe 2, bonehead plays that cost us the game or a play where a player didn't execute. Just this season for example: KC - Dropped pass by Dez Chargers - Several dropped passes - WR fumble on the goal line. Denver - interception Lions - Hold - bad coverage on sideline throw It's easy to say fire the coach - and if this was a problem that had only been since he took over, I could get on board with that, but it has been happening with different players since Parcells, to include Wade and now Garrett. Fire the GM (not going to happen) - but for all his faults, Jerry is not on the field and I can't think of anything he could possibly do in the owner's box that effects the out come of the game or makes a WR drop a pass or our sure footed kicker miss a FG. Cut the players - not going to happen. These mistakes are usually not by the bottom of the roster guys, these are your best players, can't cut them for many reasons. This team seems to have a mental block about success. They lose way to many close games because of a stupid mistake or failure to execute under stressful situations. How do you fix that?