So if the players trust the coach, it's not a problem. If the players don't trust the coach, it is a problem, and vice versa.
Something goes wrong, I yell at them -'Fix it'- whether it's their fault or not. You can only really yell at the players you trust.
God's been good to me, He really has. I don't know why he picked me out... Just think about it: I virtually coached in my hometown. From the middle of the Meadowlands field, it can't be but a couple of miles. I was lucky to do that.
I've been around enough to know what it takes to get a team to reach its potential, and I want players who want to reach their potential.