In speaking about American football, the position called quarteback, is the one most often having the responsibility of throwing the football to one of his receiving players. In doing so certainly distance is an important factor but that alone is not sufficient. Accuracy combined with distance can make or break a football play. At the professional football level, a coach can expect the quarterback to be able to throw a football at between 45 to 60 yards with accuracy.
does air inside the football affect the distance when thrown
how does distance affect accuracy
depends on angle and time football is accelerated (or distance it is accelerated over) please specify
My son is 9 year old and he has thrown the ball 33 yards in the air.
Projectile motion as the football is thrown, forces as the football is thrown as well.
i don't think gloves helps with distance, but accuracy.
Yes wind affects the motion of football that is thrown. Apart from the motion of the football is also affected by gravity. The various laws of motion applies when football is thrown.
A football spirals based on the way it is thrown. It will be a perfect spiral if the football is thrown with the spin on the exact axis of the ball.Ê
Football being thrown
Quarterbacks like to spiral a football when they throw a pass in order to increase their precision and accuracy. This can also help with distance in some cases.
A ball thrown across a football field is an example of a projectile.
93 yards is the longest thrown yardage in history
you need passing accuracy..shooting accuracy....skill...
yes alot of extra distance and a little more accuracy (at greater distances)
Before it is thrown is has potential energy and when it is thrown and moving it has kinetic energy
The average velocity of a thrown football is from 40 to 60 MPH. Although there has been faster velocities recorded.
most interceptions thrown in state of texas high school football
You train and practice.
yes it does the optimal ang
The answer is 45 degrees. If given the same velocity, and thrown at say...10 degrees, to the ground, then the distance it would travel is the same as the distance it would travel if it were thrown 80 degrees. Complementary angles end up at the same distance horizontally.
Football thrown in a spiral