This thread reminds me of this train of thought:
I've been getting 45mpg with this great new ride I have, and have now racked up 20,000 miles on my car and tires, so I'm gonna pull over, take off a tire and save it for when I get further down the road, so I don't wear them all out at once so quickly, and be prepared just in case I have a flat.
10 miles down the road...what did you have to replace next?
Wow you are dumb! You are happy with getting 45mpg when with a little improvement you can get 50 to 60mpg when it counts the most.
What you need to realize is that the regular season is a marathon and the playoffs are a the last 100 meters where you need to sprint. You do what you can stay in the race during the marathon by staying consistent (playing Jones) but when you get to the last 100 meters you bring out all of the guns and go all out (playing Smith at punt returner). Hope this makes sense to you but I doubt it.