Tip Sheet: Views vary on QB prep work
No right or wrong answer regarding how many preseason snaps starting QBs require
If it is true that practice really does make perfect, as the age-old adage suggests, then the Detroit Lions are about to embark upon one of the most remarkable turnarounds in NFL history.
Last season, of course, the Lions were imperfect, ignominiously posting the NFL's first 0-16 record. But in rookie quarterback Matthew Stafford, the first overall pick of the 2009 draft, the Lions not only have a foundational, building-block player, but also one who has practiced more than any signal-caller ...
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