Third-person singular simple present indicative form of quarterback. (verb)
Examples of word quarterbacks
QUOTE TO NOTE: "He has the ability to throw the ball anywhere on the football field, but the thing that separates the great quarterbacks from the good quarterbacks — and the good quarterbacks from average — is the decision-making process, delivering the ball on time and delivering it where it's supposed to be." —
Changing quarterbacks is "always a big issue," as OSU coach Mike Riley noted.
The way he attacks the ball and reads quarterbacks is incredible.
"The message I have been relaying to the quarterbacks is that we have an unbelievable tradition and history here and we are getting back to that," Franklin said.
Stafford, Vick: Oh, happy day for the M&M quarterbacks is the next entry in this blog.
"My experience with quarterbacks is always when they are a little more humbled, they are always much more receptive," he said.
Watford said the idea came to him after seeing other quarterbacks from the Hampton Roads region, such as Tajh Boyd and Phillip Sims, leave high school a semester early to get a head start with their respective college programs.
With all team's focused on drafting pass-rushing ends, fast outside linebackers and blitzing cornerbacks, finding mobile quarterbacks is a must.
Yet Jackson, whose nine touchdown throws in 2007 were fewest among primary starting quarterbacks, is an X-factor.