When everything comes together, everybody on the team likes to take credit for the success, cheer proudly and pat each other on the back.
Entire states will cheer out, "We did it!"
Delaware pretty easy to please.
Course, when things go poorly, a team will easily break up and everyone will point fingers, who to blame.
"The team is very disappointed Fred at your failure!"
It's much easier to blame Fred then to take responsibility as a team.
If a team doesn't have a Fred, they should get one, in case there's a failure!
When Fred succeeds, the team succeeds and can cheer their success, as a team.
But when Fred fails, the team can scorn him and boo him and tell him, to work harder, or smarter or something.
"If only Fred had been a team player, we would have succeeded!"
This is the Rule of Fred.
Or just blame Fred, he should have gotten the cheese in the first place!