A quarterback’s throwing mechanics involve many small movements that must come together in the right sequence. The quarterback wants to throw a spiral — which improves the ball’s accuracy — and usually must time his pass to hit a moving target, while ignoring the large defensive linemen trying to stop the pass before it begins.

To be an effective quarterback, you should learn and practice your mechanics so they come automatically during a game, allowing you to focus on selecting your receiver and avoiding the defensive backs hoping to turn your passes into interceptions.


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