Found October 26, 2011 on
New York Giants
Each week, John Lynch breaks down a dynamic NFL offensive playmaker, devises a game plan and discusses a strategy for success. This week, Lynch examines how he would defend against Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. Meanwhile, on the other side of the ball, former NFL quarterback Chad Pennington breaks down how Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow should attack the Detroit Lions' defense.
In the NFL, you have to fight the urge to play it safe when you face a great athlete, a superior athlete, like Michael Vick. Human nature almost causes players and coaches to be somewhat passive.
The thinking becomes, "OK, we've got to corral this guy, because if we go full-speed, we'll expose ourselves and open ourselves up to the big play." Instead, you think, "We've got to play passive, and careful."
That's human nature.
And I think it's the exact opposite of what you should do when you're facing a superior athlete.
You have to do it with n...
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