I have noticed that a number of black players seem to put an emphasis on looking cool over performance. Donovan McNabb is an example,I think. When it is time to lead a team with enthusiasm and confidence, as Garcia did last year, McNabb seems to put more importance in smiling, jiving and makin' it real, if you know what I'm say'in. Anyone remember Willie Beamon (spelling?)in, "On Any Given Sunday?" The lesson was that hard work, fundamentals and an appreciation for the history of the game mattered? Are we talking white values? I think so.