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Yards After Catch

In North American football, an important measure of success is a statistic called “Yards After Catch.” It refers to receivers who catch a pass for a gain of yards and then run for additional yards. Superior receivers are able to add many yards after they catch a pass. The not-so-superior receivers, in their desire to become superior, often take their eyes off the ball and start to run before they catch the ball. They then fail to make the catch or the yards. The play fails.

The analogy applies here. Do not take a step into your answer until your hands are on the ball, until you fully grasp the Roman Column.


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