Pass. If the receiver is not open, run.
He should only be the starter because he is an athlete, other then that he should not be a starting QB in the NFL
No, but Foreman, the former Minnesota Vikings running back, should receiver major consideration someday.
probably wide receiver because they are in charge of catching a throw from the quarterback and running with it to try and get a touchdown so yeah they have to be really fast. like a new England patriots' wide receiver wes welker watch him sometime. that's about how fast a wide receiver should be
I think you could play all of them. But considering your size and speed, try playing Runningback.
Assuming that 44-year-old punter Jeff Feagles stays retired, that honor should go to Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. The Minnesota Vikings quarterback, who has played 19 seasons and will turn 41 in October, 2010, also happens to be the first known active NFL player to become a grandfather. Favre, however, hasn't announced if he will return for another season.
Sam Bradford was the quarterback in 2010 and should be in 2011. Who knows what will happen next year.
The cheer captain can date whoever she wants to date, and same with the quarterback.
There are truly no reasons as to why FaceBook should not be allowed.
Build a route tree. Get with your coach and Quaterback or just the quarterback and come up with numbers or letters to decifer passing routes. There are plenty variations on the internet. But, my suggestion is the easier and most run routes should be the first 5 or even using hand signals depends on how much you know each other (quarterback and receiver.)
I believe the quarterback should stand 4-5 yards.