Quarterbacks – Work on Your Passing Accuracy
It’s been said a million times, by a million people…football is a game of inches. A quarterback must be able to put the ball in the receiver’s hands so that he is the only one that is able to catch the ball. There are several ways for a quarterback to work on his passing accuracy and they all have to do with repeatedly throwing a football at a target.Football Tackling Fundamentals and Tackling Drills
One of the most frustrating things I see as a youth coach in football is poor tackling fundamentals. Watching a player come up and grab the jersey of the ball carrier and then turn and try and throw the player to the ground is definitely not good tackling. If any of your players do this in youth football its time to work on their tackling fundamentals.Football Play Selection
On the very first series of the football game would you run or pass the football? Do you script your plays or do you randomly call plays based on what you see or what is presented to you by the defence? I think that most offensive coordinator’s have their own personal philosophy on how they begin their play selection in that opening series.How Important Are NFL Try Outs?
The NFL try outs have been around for decades a tradition that seems to not have any end in sight. Year after year we watch as young men put on display the amount of potential that they “Potentially” have in their young bodies. These young men who have dedicated their lives to the sport of football to the point where they eat football and sleep between the sheets of their favorite NFL sports bedding set.Football Depth Chart – Managing Your Roster
As a football coach I am consistently evaluating and tinkering with my depth chart. A lot of times I’ll shuffle through it, add names, change names, and drop names. Move names from a defensive position to an offensive one and visa-versa.Quarterbacks – Cross Train Your Way to Better Balance and Footwork
Well it’s that time of year again… early spring. Now that the weather is starting to get nice again, it’s time for quarterbacks to grab their football and begin their offseason workouts. Now I do realize that even youth football is rapidly becoming a year round sport, something I’m against, but it’s time to start thinking about the fall.2009 Season in Review – Week Seven
Coming off an atrocious game with the Raiders, the Eagles headed back to the east coast and went down to DC for a Monday night match up with the Redskins. This was the Eagles first NFC East matchup of the season, so it was a game that the Eagles definitely wanted to win. It was also serve as redemption for what they had shown us the week before in Oakland.Eagles Drop the Ball in Free Agency
The free agency period has opened and I don’t think there are too many people happy with what the Eagles have done so far. That could be because the Eagles really haven’t done anything at all.Would a College Football Playoff Really Be That Disruptive?
Would a college football playoff disrupt the students? The reality is that it would not be a disruption. Many school in other divisions and sports in college have playoffs and only four teams would actually play extra games.Junior Football Clubs Will Help Your Child With Confidence
A child’s confidence is important and some do not know how best to express themselves. One of the best ways to help them with their confidence is to let them join a junior football club.Taking a Look at the Benefits of Junior Football Clubs
Playing football is one of the most established pastimes across the UK and something which will continue to be the case for a long time to come. Finding junior football clubs for children will be a priority for many parents in 2010.