In order for there to be good teamwork a bond of trust has to exist between the players. This bond is created through hours of practice on the field in both off season scrimmage and regular season games. This allows the players to not worry about other players on the field and focus on their assignments. By doing this the team is able to accomplish much more than if each individual was just playing to make themselves look better.
To Gain is to Risk
Fear is one of the most powerful emotions that control a person’s actions. Fear is the reason that so many parents keep their children from playing football. When the subject of whether or not their kids will play football comes up, they say no. This is due to the fact that football is always associated with injuries. The most common injury in football is the injury to the head, which is called a concussion. Sprains are also pretty common too. Since football is such a high impact sport injuries can’t be avoided. However the risk of those injuries can be lowered. Many people say that playing football is dangerous. They also say that there is no benefit from playing this full contact sport. This claim is incorrect because there are skills such as communication, awareness and teamwork that are developed through playing the game of football.