Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! I think that's a good point Benj, but I'll also point out that it's probably viewed as cool and calm as it seemed to reflect on the entire team and coaching staff. There weren't the numerous false starts, there weren't 12 guys on the field, illegal shifts, poorly chosen red flags... those sorts of dumb mental errors that plagued this team. To many, Lovie seemed to be calm because he appeared to be more oblivious (whether that's true or not, I don't know). Trestman appeared to be calm, locked in, and focused.