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In whatever place these freakozoid athletes get to mentally, Allen has no choice but to get there with them. Jordan has it, Tiger has it, Nicklaus had it, Brady and Montana had it. I’m sure Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio had it. Recently, all three Tennis greats have it. 
 

It’s all upstairs. There are ways we can tell that a great one has the instinct for winning championships. It’s how they talk, what they say, what they believe is happening, and how they lead the situation to reach the top — total belief in yourself to be the reason your team wins championships. 
 

Athletes are insanely confident individuals. Even proven competent pros think they’re the very best at what they do, when they’re clearly not, usually because of physical limitations. 
 

Allen has the physical talent to be in the historical sports best-of-the-best group, so he’ll have to find that mental place that gets him there. His, focus, concentration, and determination needs improvement. 

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Basketball, golf and tennis you can make the mental toughness argument to a degree, but in football it’s not a thing because the game requires so many other moving parts besides your QBs mentality to win games.

 

 Football is the ultimate team sport.

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Unless Allen and Mahomes were playing 1-on-1 out there, boiling it down to Mahomes beat Allen is ignorant.  Josh played fantastically in the playoffs this season.  He did not turn the ball over or make a critical mistake.  He played as well as Mahomes, if not better.  He just didn't have the supporting cast.

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Straight up, Josh "overpowers" Mahomes every time and the rest of the team/coaches let Josh down. This sounds like just like the rest of the main stream media that has no clue what theyre talking about... you mustve just watched Steve A Smith when coming up with this one. 

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Here's what we're looking at.....one QB "expects" to win and one "hopes" to win.

We all know which is which, however, when "said" QB gets into the proper mentality of "expecting" to win, then he will get over the proverbial hump. It's the responsibility of the HC and FO to guide the QB in the proper direction of mindset and confidence....and brother, they are dropping the ball, not just on the QB, but the whole team.

 

This team is just not tough enough, including the QB. They have flashes here and there, but the overall toughness each week is lacking.

 

I have spoken.

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16 minutes ago, Sweats said:

Here's what we're looking at.....one QB "expects" to win and one "hopes" to win.

We all know which is which, however, when "said" QB gets into the proper mentality of "expecting" to win, then he will get over the proverbial hump. It's the responsibility of the HC and FO to guide the QB in the proper direction of mindset and confidence....and brother, they are dropping the ball, not just on the QB, but the whole team.

 

This team is just not tough enough, including the QB. They have flashes here and there, but the overall toughness each week is lacking.

 

I have spoken.


Josh isn’t tough enough and needs the coaches help to get there?
 

Wow. What an absolutely BS horrible take. Sorry to use that verbiage on something you believe in saying but that’s is just so falsely inaccurate…

 

Youre talking about a guy who’s given this team an absolute turnaround in success, runs the ball, throws the ball, basically does everything he can for the team whilst knowingly understands, even if it’s subconscious, that this team could give and do more to help him reach the goal and successes he’s playing the game for. 
 

Instead, he says nothing and puts the team first. Never complains and always takes accountability and responsibility even when it isn’t necessary. 
 

If you think Josh doesn’t expect to win at this point in his career then you're delusional my friend. Someone can understand the reality of their expectations without showcasing it in the manner or ways you believe because of a coaching situation. 
 

 

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Anybody who posts things that Allen needs to do doesn’t watch games or know football (although I don’t really want to insult someone, I just can’t think of a better way to word it). It is not Allen. Those passes need to be caught. It is obvious to not leave Travis kelce wide open etc.

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9 hours ago, Big Blitz said:

Lol no.  
 

This is football.  This is how you “overpower” opponents.  
 

 

And we chose crap over taking Humphrey.  I guess because Sean wanted more DL that don't workout, and didn't want to upset our current Center?   No matter what it was, its ANOTHER great player Beane hasnt chosen. 

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