How to deal with being. A loser?
I was the quarterback in my high school football team and we sucked. Me being a senior and high school almost being over I'm begging to reflect. Over 2 year span of being the starter on varsity I only won one game. One game over 2 years and it was the first game of my junior year, after that we lost every game, it makes me feel terrible. Freshman year we went 5-5 and same record sophomore year. But only one win on varsity, it makes me so depressed, a life failure because I was the quarterback. Anyone have to deal with this?
- ?Lv 65 years agoFavorite Answer
In Troy Aikman's junior year they only won 2 games. Funny enough, it was enough to make the playoffs. The town chant was "two and eight, going to state!" then they lost the first playoff game.
hey, I was on a baseball team that went 3-29 one summer. All 3 of our wins came as forfeits at the end of the season because our opponents decided it wasn't worth the drive to our home field out in the boonies to play us and they'd be better off just practicing for the playoffs.
A bad season or two of sports doesn't have to define who you are the rest of your life. That was 15 years ago and now I'm the lead greeter at one of the largest Wal-Mart stores in town.
My best advice for you is to continue playing football in college.
Just work hard and perform very well in practice every day. In addition, what you need to do this (and every) offseason is eat healthy, exercise by doing weight lifting, and either jogging or going for a long run every day. If you do these things, you will get faster, stronger, and into better shape, which will greatly improve your chances of becoming a successful, top notch quarterback in college football.
Uncle Rico. Live out of your van.
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- NoLv 55 years ago
Well you have come to the right place. We all hang out here.