I've heard football players also say that some guys practice "fine" ... they do what is asked of them, and put forth the effort ... but they have a different energy on game days. With all the emphasis from coaches on how well our guys practice, do you think the staff is aware that some guys simply go into a different gear on game days, whether it's adrenaline or whatever? Just as there are some guys who practice really well, but get the equivalent of stage fright or something and do worse during games than practice would indicate. I'm not sure I'm articulating this well. But shouldn't our coaches consider both options: that some guys are "game day" players who somehow step it up when it counts? I know practicing hard matters, and it SHOULD matter, but aren't there players who go above and beyond and excell during games that don't show as well during regular practices? ... and I'm not talking about anyone in particular, just wondering if we are leaving some guys on the bench because their less-talented counterpart does something at practice that gets rewarded with PT.