He starts from the toes. "The first thing he does is straighten out your footwork," Aaron Rodgers says. "He makes sure you're not closing yourself off. Then he works with the hips and the core, getting the torque you need to get through the ball. Then he works with your hands and getting the ball up. 'On the shelf,' he calls it. He wants it up there so you can get rid of it quick." On up to the brain.
"He knows how monotonous it is to draw plays on the board all day," Rodgers says. "So he came up with these checkers. Just a set of checkers, and you put the names of the positions on them, and you put them on a table. And he's the defense. You put 'em in formation, and now you have to call out the stress points of the protection, who's open, where the ball should go. It's a cool way to do it. It really carries over, too." Jeff Tedford is
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