We think we know what will happen.
That's how suckers are created.
We think we know what will happen — and we almost never do.
Watch an NFL game — the same game — eight or nine times. Watch different position groupings each time through. Watch in different formats (broadcast version; condensed version; coaches film). And the more times you watch, the more you begin to realize that this one game could have played out a thousand different ways if a thousand little things had gone differently.
We don't know what will happen — and the sooner we acknowledge this, the more . . .