Mark Sanchez, the WRs, and the Importance of Chemistry

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ON FIELD RAPPORT

These guys don’t have to be the best of friends. Clearly they aren’t always, as we saw last season. But what has to happen is rapport on the field, which comes from establishing chemistry.

What do we mean by on the field rapport? Well, do you ever see those plays where the receiver breaks his route off short, and the QB overthrows him because he thought he was going deep? How about vice versa? That happens because the receiver and the quarterback are seeing the play differently.

Much of NFL offense, especially passing offense, comes from on site adjustments. Whether the defense is playing for a long route, so you break it off short, or vice versa. The quarterback and his receivers must see plays the same way.

This comes from on field rapport, which goes directly into the team of the day, establishing chemistry.

So how do they do this? Find out on the next page.

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