Hmm, it's the age old question, was it the opponent, or was it a mental approach, an ability to come out in the game already energized to play and to sustain.. Lazor mentions that he was most impressed with ryans mental approach to the game, on the sidelines, on the field. It's such a mind Fau&& question, makes my head hurt just thinking about it.. I do believe that mental approach determines wins and losses more than folks think, I believe we saw a qb get backed in a corner, and he came out of his shell some.. Philbin goes on to discuss how the team will have to learn to sustain this mental approach, and I agree, the inconsistencies have been so evident the past two years and this year, the demeanor, the mental approach has to be instilled by someone, who better than the qb.. This game is an emotional roller coaster, can he remember and recreate consistency as it pertains to his will and urgency, or will the opponent take him out of his mindset? Maybe this complex intangible determines everything.