Both coaches in today's Super Bowl, Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks and Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots, have coached championships teams. They are regarded as the best at what they do. Both have also led teams that were not successful. When Carroll coached New England, many experts thought he would never be a great coach. The same is true of Belichick's time with the Cleveland Browns. Both coaches had faith in themselves and their talent. The picked themselves up and gave themselves another chance to succeed. Successful people often have a low point in their career. Their critics call them losers. Real champions like Carroll and Belichick end up with the last laugh.