Now that you bring this to light I would be inclined to think confidence is born from consistency. Breaking it down a bit further I would think one would first need some talent for whatever the undertaking may be. Then I would think practice and repetition would be required to master the art of consistency. I would then think confidence is born from that consistency.
That's not to say it can not work the other way. If a person were to develop some slight flaw in their mechanics or some other form of crisis that caused their consistency to decline, then I would think it's going to take confidence to give rebirth to that consistency. That's my take on it, but like I said, I'm sure your take is as good or better.
Nicely done Curly, I enjoyed your post / view. :)
I'm hoping Zuerlein makes it to the top 5 / 3 place kickers this year.
I think we'd agree that GZ is a darn good kicker and will be so for years to come. I feel fortunate to have him and I think we got a steal in getting him.
I'm just glad the Rams are in a place where we can debate our "disappointment" in a 6th round rookie because he "only" hit 55% of his 50+ yard kicks. That's a 1st world problem, and I'm glad the Rams are finally having them.
I think we'd agree that GZ is a darn good kicker and will be so for years to come. I feel fortunate to have him and I think we got a steal in getting him. -- Curly Horns