Dallas Cowboys – On Field Victory, Or Off Field Defeat?
The Dallas Cowboys are again considered the class of the NFC and possibly the entire NFL. This year’s team has already seen some bumps and bruises (like a loss to the Redskins) but it is still a very talented team. In my opinion, the Cowboys have more potential than any other team in the league. However, Jerry Jones has created a virtual three-ring circus with his players.A Fallen Titan
Toughness. It’s a quality that is not only wanted, but is of the utmost importance in the National Football League. Not many players had more of it than Steve McNair. He played with terrible knees, worn out legs, and even a ruptured sternum. Titans fans became spoiled being able to have a quarterback with such a high tolerance for pain. He was the Superman of the Tennessee Titans franchise.Youth Football Tips – Improving Stalk Block Method
Stalk block is one of the toughest and effective defense methods in the game of football. Proper coaching and drills will help youngsters to master the art of stalk block.40 Yard Dash Training (Part 1)
My first goal whenever I begin working with a new athlete (youth or professional) on improving the 40 yard dash is to teach them how the brain sometimes inhibits speed. There are two basic principles on how the body must operate in order to move more efficiently and effectively for running faster and developing speed. I start by educating them on how we need to overcome our own minds and the ‘false’ messages our brains tell us when we want to run faster.July 4th – Independence Day Gave Birth to the Independence Bowl
The College Football Independence Bowl game is a much-awaited post-season NCAA football bowl game that is played annually at the Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana. It got its name because it was inaugurated in the United States’ bicentennial year, 1976.Youth Football – Is Face Tackling Legal in Youth Football?
Face tackling or “biting the ball” has become quite popular for many coaching youth football, but is it legal? The current NFHS Rule book defines Face Tackling under NFHS 2-20-1.b (Illegal Helmet Contact) as, “Face Tackling is an act by a defensive player who initiates contact with a ball carrier with the front of his helmet”.Basic Training Tips For Youth Football
Football is a game of intensity and team work. Basic training is aimed at getting young trainers acquainted with the sport. Understanding the game is the first step of the training which is followed by strength, agility and various other forms of training sessions.Records Are Meant to Be Broken – Or Are They? Part 1
Are records meant to be broken, in college football that may not be the case. This article discusses some records that may not be able to be broken.Youth Football Tips – Quarterback Training and Workout
Football training for quarterbacks is getting complex. Reading the defense is a very important trait which should be possessed by any quarterback. Understanding the tactics of the defense is a constant job of the quarterbacks and is taught in the training process.College Football – Looking Back on Johnny Rodgers’ Career
We see great athletes who run the ball, catch the ball and return kicks going in the first round of the NFL Draft every year. One of the first post-war players to be recognized for excelling in this “all-purpose” phase was Johnny Rodgers, the Heisman Trophy winner from Nebraska who blazed the trail for many others. We offer a retrospective of his career.Engineering a Last Place to First Place Miracle in Youth Football
How do you take a perennial loser to a State Championship in two years? It is doable and we even have a template for you to follow.