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The Relationship of Coaching, Players, and Winning in the NFL

In watching the playoff games this weekend, I’m reminded of an analogy that I’ve made in previous posts: The building of a professional football team is much like a master craftsman building a piece of furniture, statue, or a work … Continue reading

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The Most Obvious Secret in the NFL

It may be the most famous analogy about team building in NFL history. When asked about why he was leaving the New England Patriots, Head Coach Bill Parcells infamously stated: “They want you to cook the dinner, at least they … Continue reading

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What To Look For When Scouting

Since it’s been awhile since I posted my breakdown of skills to evaluate on each position, I thought I would take them all and link them in a single post so that they were easy to access for anyone who … Continue reading

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