NFL – Favre Announced His Retirement
It appears that finally Bret Favre is going to retire, after announcing his first retirement in March 4th 2008 with the Green Bay Packers, he changed his mind in the last minute, but then he was traded to the New York Jets. That season with the New York Jets wasn’t the best for him, in part due to his injuries but he had received an already damaged Jets’ team, coming from a record of 4-12. Even so, Favre managed to win nine games with the Jets, three more than the Packers did, but he got injured with a torn biceps…Defensive Line in the Miami 4-3 Defense
The Miami 4-3 Defense, or the 4-3 Over as it is often called, is one of the most popular and most effective defenses in football today. It is widely used at the high school and college levels. Learn how to create Defensive Linemen who can stop the run and pressure the passer out of the Miami 4-3.4-2-5 Defense – Five Reasons to Use It
Why is the 4-2-5 Defense becoming more popular? It offers versatility, varied fronts, making it hard for the quarterback to get accurate reads. The 4-2-5 Defense also has been proven to be effective against the spread offense.Quarterback Training DVDs
I am a former NFL Quarterback that played for the Buffalo Bills and today I want to talk about Quarterback training. Specificially about Quarterback DVDs. One DVD that quarterbacks and parents seem to forget when looking for quarterback training dvds is the mental aspect.Quarterback Training – Passing Accuracy
Recently I had a chance to speak with Coach Rob Spence the quarterback coach for Syracuse University. I asked him what he qualities he looks for in a high school QB when out recruiting. The number one skill he looks for is passing accuracy.Developing Aggression in Youth Football Players, the Splatter Tackling Drill
What is the best way to develop aggression in youth football tacklers? Contrary to what you may think, it’s not just having them hit more. The Splatter Tackling Drill is one that consistently works for us.Beating Cover 2 Teams in Youth Football
How do you beat a cover 2 team in youth football? It’s easy and simple if you know what you are doing.Building Cohesiveness and Chemistry in Your Youth Football Team
The best youth football coaches are not only very good X and O guys and great teachers, they are outstanding at bringing their teams together. One of the best I’ve seen at doing that is my friend Tony Holland from Baltimore.The Bump & Run Defensive Back Training
Jamming a receiver at the line of scrimmage is a very effective defensive strategy. Known as the bump and run, the corner back lines up on the line of scrimmage and hits the receiver before he can start running his pass route. The goal is to delay the receiver and take him out of his pass route, disrupting timing pass plays.Youth Football – Can You Facemask When You Are Running the Ball?
Can you be called for a facemasking penalty when you are running the football? Some referees think so, the rules say no.Reading the Safeties Quarterback Training
Today the quarterbacks are schooled that reading the safeties is the key to being able to read the defense. Whether the defense is blitzing, going with man to man or zone, it is very important quarterbacks are able to read the safeties.