Re: FINALLY! EA got 1 thing right this year! (WRs delight)
Originally Posted by rudyjuly2
This is correct although I have no idea what difference it makes which foot is back or not. Here is a very picky article detailing the way a coach wants his WR to stand. If someone could explain the advantage to having your inside foot up instead of back it would be appreciated. Sometimes I think coaches overthink things.http://smartfootball.com/passing/wha....l1a7nEp6.dpbs
If your inside foot is forward you can slip the jam even if the DB tries to force you out of bounds. Outside foot forward you may be off balance, and it's harder to run the 9-route if the DB jams your outside shoulder which totally throws the whole route off.