There are seven key things a quarterback must know to be successful. Coach Cunerty discusses what is necessary for a quarterback to make decisions and keep certain processes going in a timely manner. An example of the first topic covers down and distance, time remaining and tempo, and score and snap count. Football is an extremely situational game and coach Cunerty educates you on what is necessary to manage these situations. This is a highly recommended video for understanding game management as a quarterback!
|2||D2, T2, S2 06:55|
|3||Get Us Out of a Bad Play 01:49|
|4||Protection Checks Versus the Blitz 01:12|
|5||Match-Ups and Use of Shifts & Motion 01:09|
|6||Make the Drop Match the Throw-Route 00:47|
|7||Know Your Personnel, Know Their Personnel 01:21|
|8||Be the Source of Energy & Confidence 01:19|
Bill Cunerty has worked with numerous NFL athletes, and most recently Andrew Luck the #1 NFL Draft pick in 2012. He is considered to be one of the nations top quarterback coaches. Bill teaches performance training for elite athletes. He is often called upon to help recent college seniors achieve their dreams of playing in the National Football League. The 20-somethings come to coach Cunerty from all over the country for the opportunity to work with him. For it is Bill Cunerty who will prepare them for the biggest job interview of their lives. Dressed in black sweatpants and a black polo shirt, Cunerty looks remarkably young for someone turning 65 in May. He has a quiet but commanding presence on the field, and the quarterbacks and receivers he’s working with listen intently when he speaks.
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