Pro sport teams seem to have trouble maintaining a high level of emotion for every game during a season. There were 3 great examples in the last two weeks of pro football. When the Cincinnati Bengals went to Indianapolis, they seemed to just go through the motions of playing a game. They were only 1 for 13 on third down conversions, which in itself is a great formula for disaster. The result was a shutout for the Colts.When the Bengals played the following week against Baltimore, they played like an entirely different football team. In fact, Bengal coach, Marvin Lewis, said it was the best game the Bengals played so far this year. The result was a last-minute win over the front-running Ravens. On the other side, the Colts (who looked great against the Bengals) just did not play with the same emotion against the Pittsburgh Steelers. In this game, the Steeler quarterback set a franchise record for passing yards that included 6 touchdown passes. Were these the same Colts that played the Bengals the week before?Every coach in pro sports will tell you his/her hardest job is getting these adults ready mentally to play a game. You would think that being able to demand million dollar contracts would be enough incentive to play hard every game.