4 Ways to Boost Team Communication Without Sacrificing Time


Communication in sports is so important at all levels of play. Consider Super Bowl XLVIII played in February 2014. Denver’s Peyton Manning, after the most incredible NFL regular season by a quarterback ever, is barking out commands to his offense on the first play of the game from scrimmage when the snap goes sailing over his head. Seattle scores a safety on the play, setting the tone for the rest of the game: a 43-8 blowout for the Seahawks. Ever the professional, Manning absolved center Manny Ramirez of blame on the play, but the result of the confusion was clear: Miscommunication hampered, if not outright prevented, the Broncos’ chances of winning the Super Bowl. […]