Training Camp Preparation is Key to Chicago Bears’ Jay Cutler
While many of the Chicago Bears are spending the next six weeks to recuperate in preparation of training camp and the 2012 season, Jim Miller of CSNChicago.com thinks that Jay Cutler’s time might be better spent preparing for training camp.
Benefits of pre-camp preparation for the players come in the form of arm strength and conditioning; two crucial factors for performance for any NFL quarterback. It’s estimated that Cutler will throw up to 500 passes per practice during training camp alone.
Preparing for this incredible amount of throws prior to training camp also allows time for Cutler to review route execution with his receivers against different coverages, playing out different game scenarios and defensive plays. Key players can also spend time on the field learning each other’s mannerisms, football techniques and capabilities.
Understanding and learning these factors weeks prior to training camp will provide player insight into capabilities and also provide the Bears with a competitive advantage over other teams.
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