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The movies that show you the importance of a coach.
Under a great team, there is someone who controls your success, someone who follows you and teaches you the correct discipline to be great champions, by pressing them so that each day is stronger and, therefore, to achieve the desired glory. That person is a coach. For that reason, I have brought films that show the importance of this character and how many of them are the ones that bring the glory of a team. When the Game Stands Tall: Source It is a movie based on real events about a coach named Bob Ladouceur, who is in charge of a mediocre American football team, but in the future makes them reach the glory with 151 games won, breaking a record of more games won. It is a highly recommended film and the truth teaches you that teamwork makes great things happen. 2. Coach Carter: Source It is the story of a coach in charge of a high school basketball team, where you can notice that they are not very good at playing, he works hard to turn them into great players and good men, but based on discipline and rules. It is one of my favorites, because with discipline and doing things well, great changes are achieved, not only in how you play but as a person. I hope you enjoyed my presentation if you have already seen the movies, vote, and comment on how you liked it.
Dallas Proves Me Wrong
How more wrong could I have been with this one. Everything that I thought the Cowboys would do against the Seahawks happened to them instead. There was a lot of sloppiness in this game. The first Seahawks drive should have ended on the first three plays but due to a ridiculous penalty the drive continued. Likewise, Seattle got an early interception on a botched catch. Even though they didn’t capitalize on drives like these it took big chunks of time off the clock and kept Dallas off tempo. Of course Dallas didn’t help themselves as they made a lot of boneheaded plays. For example, Randy Gregory gets a penalty allowing the Seahawks to score three points before the half, Ezekiel Elliot fumbles the ball at the worst possible moment in the game and no matter how much they were able to pickup steam at the end, there was no way they were digging themselves out of that grave. The Dallas Cowboys have a long way to go if they intend to contend on any level. They just lost to a team the lost back to back games with teams that were 5-11 last season. That’s a very sad state of affairs and does not look good moving forward.
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