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Old 01-21-2012, 12:01 PM   #11
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Default Re: But is it Too Late to Fix Ben ?!

Originally Posted by former RB View Post
Take 10 tackling dummies, paint numbers on them and stand them up in different spots downfield. Have Ben take ghost snaps and drop back. As soon as he sets his feet, have someone call out a number, Ben throws at the number of the dummy called out. It teachs you to throw with accuracy on rhythm.

Elway didn't change his game until he lost his mobility due to injury. He was forced to become a rhythm passer. He was already accurate because he was a baseball pitcher.

If Ben does the above drill, WHICH IS A DRILL THAT I TEACH- he will improve his vision, increase his accuracy, and make faster decisions.
The Pittsburgh sports complex has this exact drill area setup, so I wouldn't be surprised if he's already done this several times. But you are absolutely right. I'm a quarterback, and it does help tremendously.

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