You are actually right on this subject. The historical facts show that while a champion from a previous year remains successful, their percentage to repeat again as the champion is much lower because the expectation is greater and the level of competition of their common opponents is elevated both physically and mentally when in direct opposition.<quoted text>WE WON'T BE PLAYING YOUR TEAM HEAD TO HEAD BUT I KNOW A LOT OF TEAMS WILL BE READY TO. ANYTIME YOU HAVE A CHAMPION OR AN AWARD WINNER, THAT PUTS A BULLS EYE ON THEIR BACK.
The common goal of success here for all sports franchises is becoming that sport's champion. It is found that the players level of intensity matches the perception of the importance of defeating the various opponent that is deemed as the very best in that particular sport.