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03-02-2012, 08:35 AM
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Jiggernaut
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Originally Posted by cap10bfl View Post
tony romo is without a doubt the person with the most pressure in all of sports...
I see it a bit differently. What's more pressure? Being a QB that people are expecting you to choke, and what is only expected of you is to lead your team to the playoffs, and maybe get a win or two at this point.

Or be the QB (see TFB) in that if you don't win a SB, you're considered past your prime and a choke job. That if you're not near perfect night-in, night-out questions arise about your game. You are at the top of teams lists to study on how to beat, so you know you have to be at your best always.

Its the same for a guy like Roger Federer. He created a monster in that if he wasn't winning every single Grand Slam final, there were questions about his game. That every tennis player had to train and strategize to beat him. That they change the playing surfaces on many courts to give other players a better chance to win, and when they do, questions are asked about your game....

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