Take Your Eye Off the Ball 2.0: How to Watch Football by Knowing Where to Look
Triumph Books, Sep 15, 2015 - Sports & Recreation - 336 pages
Renowned NFL analysts' tips to make football more accessible, colorful, and compelling than ever before
More and more football fans are watching the NFL each week, but 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? These questions and more are addressed in Take Your Eye Off the Ball 2.0, a book that takes readers deep inside the perpetual chess match between offense and defense. This book provides clear and simple explanations to the intricacies and nuances that affect the outcomes of every NFL game. This updated edition contains recent innovations from the 2015 NFL season.
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Being one NFL insider's take on how teams are built and directed tactically in the league. The book's title is misleading; there are a few tips for effectively watching the games, but that is not the ... Read full review
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Take Your Eye Off the Ball: How to Watch Football by Knowing Where to Look
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Pat Kirwan,David Seigerman
No preview available - 2015
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