Matt Waldman delivers a solo RSP Scout Talk on the subjects of performance vs. practice and the validity of momentum and emotion as tremendous factors in football.
Football is a performance medium. It’s an elusive part of the game for analysts and easy to deny its existence — although ultimately a mistake to do so.
Performance is an aspect of football just like technique, conceptual understanding of in-game strategies, and athletic training. Many players have failed as professionals after decorated college careers because they couldn’t hang as performers at this level.
This week, I discuss the validity of emotions a factor in the sport, why it’s essential to recognize it as a scout, and how the NFL and media deteriorate the essence of football practice in the modern game.
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