You’re an NFL General Manager of a team coming off of a 1-15 season and have the #1 overall pick. You desperately need a franchise quarterback. Who do you take?
Most people have watched Malcolm Butler’s interception in Super Bowl XLIX to help the New England Patriots defeat the Seattle Seahawks– but not many people know about the amazing cognitive skills that this required. Let’s break it down:
You’re probably thinking: “Identifying a play before it happens? Impossible.” But, if you study enough and know which cues to look for, yes, you just may be able to figure out what the offense is doing before they even snap the ball. Take the following scenario: