Comparing Watching A Jets Game Vs. Any Other Game How Do you React or Feel
Posted 21 October 2012 - 10:10 PM
I feel different when I'm watching the JETS then I do when I watch say a SNF or a MNF game just based on my excitement level and my attention, but I also notice on how other teams play and what they do well and do badly...with the JETS I'm more on the edge of my seat, but when I watch other teams I just sit back and view the game through the perspective of a JETS fan but I'm more observant of things I don't seem to notice when watching the JETS...it's kind of weird but it's like a different view when I see a JETS game rather than any other team playing...what about you guys?
So basically what I'm saying is that when I watch the JETS I'm more focused on what happens on a particular play rather than observant on what happens during the play or before a play happens...but when I watch another team I watch for what happens before, during and after a snap cause I take a step back and see the bigger picture...
Posted 21 October 2012 - 10:33 PM
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Posted 22 October 2012 - 08:11 PM
I normaly look for a match up on each play. Usually something on the line of scrimmage. I would say I notice more in Jets games.
Posted 22 October 2012 - 11:22 PM
Actually its usually the exact opposite for most sports fans even though they believe different. Its a psychological fact that most sports fans are so biased for their teams its skews their points of view.As a fan of your team most people miss more than they see because of getting excited.You might feel like you are more observant but the odds say you aren't. An example of a sports situations is fans of the same team debating on and disagreeing how your team and players played a game. If everyone was calm and observant and could take the biased state of mind most everyone would agree on everything but that just isn't something that ever happens because everyone is different.
You may say this is bull but it is a known truth in the field of psychology that excessive emotions actually alter a persons point of view. Examples are things like when you get so pissed off you dont care about consequences like you would when you were calm. Also scared in life and death situations,overly excited situations,overly depressed etc. I had three years of psychology courses.
The whole point is the calmer you are in any situation the more observant you are.This attitude is taught to police,military,etc.This is also why most witnesses of crimes are actually unreliable. Because they usually aren't calm and their emotions are haywire. Its not uncommon to have six different witnesses with six different stories even though they all may be telling the truth but their emotions have compromised their point of view.
Being calm and observant in emotional situations is something you usually have to work at hard because it goes against human and animal nature.
If you can remain calm without biased hate,dislike,like,or love,etc. and just try to observe as neutral as possible then you tend to get a clearer more accurate interpretation of any situations but again this usually isn't natural and it usually has to be taught and trained profusely to think like that.
Posted 24 October 2012 - 06:08 PM
GG3 you can only see with the set of eyes you have so your vantage point is always the same. most likely you are so disappointed that what you see makes you just slam down a tall beer and you loose focus . the Jets are missing the IT Factor and we say well what is the IT factor and it will be different for everyone.coeaches have to reveiw the game to see what just happened and so must we all.:)