We're now back into an expectation phase of the Warriors roller-coaster ride. If our winning ways continue the NZ Media will start frothing at the mouth, will ask some extreme, arrogance inducing questions, and will hoist up some very overconfident headlines. Fans will sing their praises day and night. But if we want to win this weekend we're going to have to buck the trend and start building on our positive momentum. This means the players will have to keep thinking and feeling how they have been thinking and feeling [when building up to our big wins], while ignoring all the hype and hysteria. Before the Dragons game they were being written off. Before the Titans game they were being praised to high heaven. This pattern is well established over the years. It's time for this team to mature, IMO, into a real professional outfit, that builds up to every weekend with the same winning intensity and focus that we all know they can deliver, regardless of how their last game went. Victory or Defeat begins on Monday morning. That's the attitude this team needs to learn if they want to handle expectations IMO. Any other ideas on the subject?