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Week 5 in the CFL saw the Blue Bombers earn their first win, the Argos finally
win in Montreal, the Ticats win their third in a row and the B. Pat Angerer Jersey .C. Lions perform as Grey
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moments that happened it was Steven Jyles, the Eskimos quarterback, who provided
the greatest drama. Many that follow football want to see Steven Jyles do well,
for the good of the league and for the fact that perhaps no other player has
more pressure to perform than Jyles. As Ricky Rays incumbent the comparisons
will be there all year and many will never be satisfied even if Jyles becomes an
all-star. Jyles did not lose the game in Winnipeg, but he did prevent the
Eskimos from the opportunity to win with his last play fumble. So what do you
do? How do you handle a moment where all week your life revolves around a
football error? It happened to Kevin Glenn two weeks ago against Montreal with
his game losing interception and yes the Lions beat Calgary Saturday night, but
you sense it is history now. Its not even a relevant topic. The only recourse
you have is to recognize it, acknowledge it, and this is important, never repeat
it. But how do you do that? If everybody always learned and never repeated
mistakes, our society would be more advanced and efficient than ever before. In
many ways, never repeating mistakes is a key to success and contentment. Well,
my theory is that as much as we all have muscle memory, we also have mental
muscle memory. Jyles as a quarterback should not avoid “the moment” that he
fumbled and avoid the negative feeling, quite the opposite. He should watch it
over and over and over. He should write down the game, the time, the date and
everything he was thinking. He should talk about it and not necessarily say I
will never do it again, too unpredictable. More along the lines of I am
preparing never to do it again. When you avoid an unpleasant moment it almost
always repeats. But when you review it, ask the all empowering question why?,
there is an excellent chance that given the same set of circumstances in the
near or distant future, your mental muscle memory will remind you not to repeat
your previous action or inaction. If Jyles, or any football player for that
matter, looks at mistakes as opportunities to avoid in the future, I cant say
all the time, but often they will not repeat. I remember about two years ago,
maybe three, Travis Lulay for B.C. threw an interception to then Argo Byron
Parker and it was returned for a touchdown. I remember thinking Lulay will learn
and never repeat. I thought that after seeing the emotional stress he was
feeling on the sidelines just moments after. Jyles had a Lulay moment. Next time
he is running for yards, what happened in Winnipeg on Thursday of last week will
flash in his mind and he, Steven Jyles, will protect the football before any
further yards have been gained. The memory of the fumble in the Edmonton game
will charge forward in his brain at just the right time. Not sure how or why it
happened, but both good and bad thoughts in memory can be used to create and
avoid at just the right time. But you have to put them in there so you can use
them later. Often the people who are the most successful people in their chosen
occupation are that way because they went through difficult times or adversity
and remembered it, did not avoid it but relived it over and over and over again.
And by doing so the incident (fumble) is locked in the brain for future use. But
first you have to use it, rather than it using you. From Week 1 to Week 5, Jyles
is improving, and becoming a better passer and a better leader. As the season
moves on he has to continue to improve. Make the mistake work for you and if you
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. Italy coach Cesare Prandelli says he wishes the 21-year-old forward well, “but
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considered it cheating.ASHBURN, Va. —The Washington Redskins have placed their
franchise tag on tight end Fred Davis, who was suspended by the NFL for the last
four games of last season for violating the leagues substance abuse policy.
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