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April 2007

April 2007


Bobby April\'s 5 Must Follow Rules for Coaching Kickoff Returns

by: Michael Parker
© April 2007

Have you ever dreamt of always starting an offensive drive near midfield? Or is it more of the opposite … you wake up in a cold sweat after another nightmare where your kick returner misjudges the ball and you are stuck near your goal line in the biggest game of the year. Buffalo Bills Special Teams Coach Bobby April has five rules that will all but guarantee that you will be better than ever in your kick return game. And hopefully you will sleep better at night.

RULE# 1
You don’t have to spend much time on kick returns to relay the importance to your players. While most coaches profess the importance of special teams, deep down they must admit the focus really is on offense and defense; you know, ‘both sides of the ball.’ “Special teams needs to be addressed with the same mentality and fervor that offen....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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