Some thought it odd that Mark Sanchez could be so relaxed that he could enjoy eating a hot dog during a football game.
I had a cousin comment that Sanchez sucked and that he didn't understand the game at that level - that this was the NFL not USC.
But this cousin was wrong.
This cousin didn't understand the game because he had never done anything at this level.
Mark is an average NFL quarterback at best.
But Mark plays the game - Mark doesn't just watch and talk about the game.
The thing this cousin failed to understand was that players play for people who play.
Players don't play for cheerleaders. (Well, maybe to screw them.)
One doesn't even have to be the best - they only have to be their best at what they are being asked to do at any given time.
If one can do their job it allows others to perform at their maximum potential. (Instead of having to compensate for an other's shortcomings.)
What's the moral of the story?
Just that one should keep playing - the rest can eat a wiener.