Front Office Football
Be especially careful when you choose a scout. A poor
scout may show an excellent player as bad, and you might
pass up some great talent; or worse, you'll pay a lot for
a mediocre player who hurts your team more than he helps.
When working on your game plan, play to your quarterback's
strengths. If he's a poor long-distance thrower, lower the
percentage of long-distance passing plays.
Don't go back on your word. When you've agreed on a contract
price, don't renege; it will come back to haunt you later.