What needs to happen and will most likely happen; is that most of the professional accomplishments, toward player development, will happen in the off season. It will be with private trainers. Much more work needs to done in this area. Sometimes the big flaw in development is in immediacy. It begins (or should happen) in an incremental ways (brightened by player mental attitude) that work needs to progress on their weaknesses. Muscle memory takes least one month (the easiest part). Likewise (under mental stress) pressure, during the long season, becomes much more influential. In most doubts, concerning the latter, you bring on what you have depended upon. Usually, the people that have taken the small steps with you. This is a simple fact. SVG is the type that finalizes the full course preparation of a eight-course meal: the combination of the spices is his introductory method to gain leverage during game time. In this heavy time...he re-introduces the current palette flavors that went into the preparation. Something all players (as a system recipe) should relate to. They should remember their small steps forward (with the people that were with them) and if not... then perhaps it might behoove them to understand accountability. Hesitations always occurred. Learning is an adaption game of tiny small steps forward and there is little feedback if your are hitting the bulls-eye. Think not? Look behind you: there is much hunger. They may know, what you do not. Therefore you do what you must do: keep on moving forward. There are now tons of tape on your every flaw, but none on corrections. Never say, I don't care. Sheed is an personality that has had one approach, because it has always been constructed by one main element of his ethos: it is all about me. In a sense, I feel that while he can contribute (in emotional times) certain individual acknowledgments that players need from an original contributor; I also think it is important to understand certain nurturing developments that need to occur in this organization and not dampen a newly creating understanding that the on-the-floor players need to create certain leadership levels within themselves. Tough thing to develop from players just slightly out of their teens and trying to understand the chaos from the last few years. Getting back to Sheed. No doubt, he is a powerful personality; but his maturation level is pure (at this time) 100% salt dump into this new recipe. Time and circumstance for him, is not right. To much learning to do for all involved.