Please remind them to tell their players that they can actually chuck and bump receivers in routes all they want when the QB is out of the pocket. This has been a pet peeve of mine for a long time now. When a QB leaves the pocket, our DBs still try to cover the receivers using the "no chuck" or "no contact" rule but they don't know that they can actually begin the contact.
"Note: Once the quarterback hands off or pitches the ball to a back, or if the quarterback leaves the pocket area, the restrictions (illegal chuck, illegal cut) on the defensive team relative to the offensive receivers will end, provided the ball is not in the air."
It doesn't seem like ANY team is aware of this. QBs flush out of the pocket all of the time and that actually makes it EASIER for DBs to cover because they can now hit their WR.
[ Edited by Joecool on Sep 28, 2009 at 10:13 AM ]