Condition Brand New. Description In the complex game that is American Football the wide receiver must be strong, fast, powerful, intelligent and focused - the total package of physical and mental skills in order to excel at the position. This book covers it all, from the fundamental skills to how to read the game and make appropriate adjustments.
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In the complex game that is American Football the wide receiver must be strong, fast, powerful, intelligent and focused - the total package of physical and mental skills in order to excel at the position. From catching and securing the ball, fighting through contact and adjusting to defensive schemes, and developing the quickness and superior agility necessary for precise route running, "Complete Wide Receiver" provides in-depth coverage of the skills and strategies for mastering the position. In addition, there are 48 drills, off-season conditioning programmes and physical and mental strategies for matchday preparation to enable players to unlock their potential and maximize performance in one of the offense's most important positions.
Associate Program. Please view eBay estimated delivery times at the top of the listing. The Cowboys will boast veteran leadership, talent and an intriguing corps of youngsters who, in some cases, will have the opportunity to play for the first time this season despite having arrived in Dallas prior to last year. And when healthy, John Brown is one of the most dynamic wideouts in the game. Sharpe TEN
The current co-offensive coordinator and coach of wide receivers at the University of Oklahoma, he has helped lead the team to bowl appearances in each of his four years on the OU staff. The more positive the DVOA rating, the better the player's performance. The simple version: DYAR means a wide receiver with more total value. DVOA means a wide receiver with more value per play. This provides an easy comparison: in general, players with more Effective Yards than standard yards played better than standard stats would otherwise indicate, while players with fewer Effective Yards than standard yards played worse than standard stats would otherwise indicate.
Effective Yards are not the best way to measure total value because they are more dependent on usage than DYAR.
Catch Rate represents the percentage of passes to this receiver completed. This is a reference to incomplete passes, not dropped passes : dropped passes are not specified in publicly available play-by-play, and unfortunately we cannot yet correct for this. Because it is early in the season, there are currently no opponent adjustments. Opponent adjustments will begin after Week 4.
Clicking on a player's name will bring you to his FO player page with advanced stats through the most recent season. Innovative Statistics. Football Outsiders exclusive statistics.
Year Pick Year We cannot yet fully separate the performance of a receiver from the performance of his quarterback. Be aware that one will affect the other.
These statistics measure only passes thrown to a receiver, not performance on plays when he is not thrown the ball, such as blocking and drawing double teams. All fumbles are considered equal, whether recovered by the offense or defense.
Gallup DAL 83 1 Robinson KC 79 2 Conley JAX 75 4 Ridley ATL 73 5 Brown BUF 70 6 Watkins KC 68 7 Williams OAK 67 8 Godwin TB 67 9 Sanders DEN 66 10 Ross CIN 59 11 Jackson PHI 57 12 Cooper DAL 55 13 Sutton DEN 54 14 McLaurin WAS 53 15 Brown BAL 52 16 Hilton IND 47 17 Golladay DET 46 18 Allen LAC 46 19 Thielen MIN 42 20 Smith-Schuster PIT 40 21 Adams GB 37 22 Boyd CIN 34 23 7. Lockett SEA 33 24 Beckham CLE 31 25 8. Williams LAC 31 26 Jones DET 29 28 Cobb DAL 28 29 Thomas NO 27 30 1. Cooks LAR 25 31 Edelman NE 25 32 8.
Read More. The drills and coaching that Aaron has used with our wide-receivers has helped develop their skills and take them to a another level. I have been a long time head coach and attended many camps and clinics over the years. Aaron is one of the best developers of young wide receivers I have seen.
Strong, fast, powerful, intelligent, and focused. Today's wide receiver must have the total package of physical and mental skills in order to excel at the position. University of Oklahoma coach Jay Norvell, one of the most influential coaches of wide receivers in the sport, presents 48 drills covering catching, blocking, route.
Aaron Boone has been involved in summer coaching clinics with my wide receivers over the last 10 years. His drills are beneficial for the beginner and the advanced player. His style of coaching brings lots of excitement to the position.
My players love him, I wish I had him on my coaching staff. Aaron Boone is a very conscientious and meticulous coach that pays attention to detail with the finer points of basic football fundamentals. The players not only understand his teaching, but also have a deep respect for him as a coach and a man of high character.