Antonio Cromartie Quotes.
You need to understand the receiver and the offense you’re facing that week. Know his tendencies and what routes he runs out of what formations. This will help you understand the concepts of what the receiver is going to give you on a given play, and make you that much better defending him.
Until White America can look through the eyes of a Black man, nothing will change. Even we as Black people sometimes don’t want to face what’s going on within our communities because some of us crossed over into a different tax bracket, but these issues affect the communities that raised us, so it affects us all.
I miss football, but I’m not done. I’m not retired or anything, I just know my worth. Once it’s clear that the NFL isn’t considering your worth, then you get a better picture of what’s really important and what you should put your energy and time into.
We used a racquetball and threw it off the wall as hard as we could, then tracked it down with our eyes and feet. Nike has new balls that bounce all sorts of different directions and really help you learn to track the ball and move your feet to react quickly.
My all-time favorite interception was picking off Peyton Manning back in 2007, the one-hander down the sideline.
IвЂ™m going with Darrelle Revis.
You need to make sure you’re going exactly where your guy goes in press coverage. In zone, you can read the quarterback and his eyes a bit to determine where he’s going. You don’t get the opportunity in press coverage to read the quarterback, so it’s all on you.
A lot of the routes cornerbacks have to defend are quick underneath routes, so it’s tougher to get a chance to track the ball on those.
Figure out where you are on the field. If you’re past 15 or so yards, the ball is going down the field. When you’re in great position, you’re able to control the receiver.
I play a lot of basketball and racquetball, as they’re both great for your feet and hand eye coordination. Other drills can help as well, such as simply catching a football in distant positions from different heights and velocities.