Happy Friday, Coach! We hope you’re getting a chance to do what you love tonight.
"We go out there and we give it absolutely everything … that's heroic. Let's be heroes!" — Jonathon Moxon pic.twitter.com/G38eTePYis
— FNF Coaches (@fnfcoaches) October 23, 2020
Chris Parker of Parker Resources always has great tips for coaches. If you feel like things are starting to slip a bit in your program — which is a natural thing to happen at midseason — check out this checklist.
These are the things I have found win high school football games. Most of it is obvious, but evaluate your team on these things, make a plan to improve, and execute that plan. pic.twitter.com/h5qqoDEIt8
— Chris Parker (@chris_parker222) October 23, 2020
These are always good tips in or out of season.
A great time for these reminders…
-Work hard, if you think you are, work a little bit harder
-Dont blame others, there’s something you can do better
-Make good choices, understand there always consequences (now or later)
-Ask for help
— Masaki Matsumoto🇯🇵 (@coachmatsumoto) October 23, 2020
Eric Bienemy, Chiefs offensive coordinator, delivers a message about putting the team ahead of individual stats.
Big time message 🎯💯 pic.twitter.com/mv06naszpS
— CoachTube.com (@thecoachtube) October 23, 2020
Coach Dan Casey shares a non-contact tackling drill.
If you're looking for more Non-Contact Tackling Drills, I've compiled a list here:
— Coach Dan Casey (@CoachDanCasey) October 22, 2020
And our friends at FirstDown PlayBook break down the X’s and O’s from the NFL last weekend.
Playing bracket coverage in the tight red zone is only as good as your ability to communicate & sort things out. The 49ers made that hard on the Rams here.https://t.co/QuX5vJhjCZ@CoachKGrabowski @fnfcoaches @TheScoutAcademy #FootBallPlays #FootBallPlayBook #highschoolfootball pic.twitter.com/dzIgHfqaOz
— FirstDown PlayBook (@FDPlayBook) October 23, 2020
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