The question really is; are the games fun for you?
Back in the day 15 years ago when I didn't know anything about football, had not been a coach and not susceptible to the Panthers body slamming our hopes face first in the ground...... It was VERY EASY to watch games....
Now--- I over analyze everything, coach from the couch and always seem to see the bad things that stick out.
Even in our success I am constantly saying we have to get better and I'm still not convinced we have what it takes. ( not saying we can't make it, but this team still has a lot to prove~It's time to BEAT a team in the ground again [Miami])
So for me, Sundays are exhausting.
I miss the days when all I knew about football was the score. The days before I coached, the days when it was a lot easier to be a fan.
“I’ve been anxious to get back,” Barner said. “I’ve been nervous. I’ve irritated, annoyed and everything that you can be. So to finally have the opportunity to step out on that field I’m extremely excited. I want to bring some energy to the team.”