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Knowing Your Opponent Is The First Step In Game Preparation

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© August, 2003


by Wayne Nunnely
Defensive Line Coach, San Diego Chargers, San Diego, Calif.

TO PREPARE FOR an upcoming game, you must do an in-depth study of your opponent, assessing their strengths, weaknesses, tendencies, discover what gives them problems, evaluate their personnel and ultimately decide what your team must do to win the upcoming matchup.

While you are watching game film of your opponent and before you begin to devise your game plan, ask yourself the following questions:
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