Mastering the two-minute drill is key

For QBs, it's not just about winning games -- it's about winning teammates' confidence

Originally Published: November 8, 2011
By Ross Tucker | ESPN.com

Every position in the NFL has certain game situations that reveal what type of player a guy really is. For a kicker, it is the game-winning field goal attempt as time expires. For an offensive lineman, it is a one-on-one pass-blocking matchup against a talented rusher on an obvious passing down. For a quarterback, the measuring stick is the two-minute drill. And not just any run-of-the-mill two-minute drill, mind you, but one late in the game with his team trailing. That's what separates ...

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