While more and more football fans are watching the NFL each week, many of them don't know exactly what they should be watching. What does the offense's formation tell you about the play that's about to be run? When a quarterback throws a pass toward the sideline and the wide receiver cuts inside, which player is to blame? Why does a defensive end look like a Hall of Famer one week and a candidate for the practice squad the next? Now Pat Kirwan, popular analyst for NFL.com and Sirius NFL Radio and a veteran front office executive, and co-author David Seigerman present Take Your Eye Off the Ball, a book that takes you inside a coach's mind as he builds a roster or constructs a game plan, to the line of scrimmage with the quarterback, and deep into the perpetual chess match between offense and defense.Defenses began to take advantage of lines built to play the zone scheme on passing downs, because the linemen often ... Even Gibbs started to diversify and adopt some angle blocking principles in his two seasons with the Houston Texans before ... In his second season in New York, Faneca was a key cog in the NFLa#39;s No.
|Title||:||Take Your Eye Off the Ball|
|Publisher||:||Triumph Books - 2010-08-01|