Here are four sentences from last week's Tuesday Morning Quarterback column (or as I like to call it, יום שלישי הקוורטרבק בוקר). They are remarkable in that they pile stupidly on top of one another like a litter of puppies.
Undrafted or unwanted players learn the playbook and watch film. High-drafted glory-boy types think they can just show up and wing it. Busted plays are a bigger factor in NFL outcomes than commonly understood. Working with humble players allows Belichick to nearly eliminate the blown assignment.
This isn't an argument so much as the prose equivalent of Colin Cowherd masturbating into a Matt Christopher book. There isn't a single empirically defensible sentiment in there, and even if there were, the whole glory-boy/humble-guy thesis Gregg Easterbrook is pushing would still be deeply stupid.