December 2, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle (32) prior to the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
It is all about a belief. The belief that you are awesome. The belief that you can move mountains. It is the belief that coaches need to put into their players. That is the coaches job to get his team believing and all moving in the right direction.
Right now, Eric Weddle is all in and believes.
“Now, shoot, I feel like we’re the best team in the league,” Weddle told the U-T San Diego. “And a lot of that is because of coach (Mike) McCoy and the way he presents himself — the way he portrays what he wants. A lot of what you are as a team is attitude, and you can control that.”
Will the rest of the team buy into that attitude? We will see once the season starts. Under Norv, there was complacency that took place (still believe Ryan Mathewsshouldn’t have called his teammates out). Players were comfortable in their roles and knew that there wouldn’t be any consequences for their poor play, unless you were Ryan Mathews.Time for the new guys to believe in the new era of Chargers football. We already know Dean Spanos believes. Eric Weddle is on board. Let’s see if the rest of the guys buy what Mike McCoy is selling.