When he retired, Deion Sanders told Jerry Rice that he knew what route he was about to run by the way he placed his foot before the ball was snapped.
Sanders kept volumes of details on every player he faced. Tony Gonzalez agreed...when he speaks to new NFL players he tells them, “You’re not that special,” at this level everyone is fast & strong.
The greatest separator is in the details.
The more professional you are the more details you should keep...but why is it usually opposite? Once you get a little success, you detail less & wing it more?
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