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Lots of wide receivers go through drills that help them keep their eyes on the ball and watch it into their hands, but the Bills and Sammy Watkins go a step further, and practice not seeing the ball.

By Extra Mustard
October 15, 2015

Lots of wide receivers go through drills that help them keep their eyes on the ball and watch it into their hands, but the Bills and Sammy Watkins go a step further and practice not seeing the ball.

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The clips are both under 20 seconds long, but isn’t it nice to think that Watkins practices this for an hour everyday, hoping to hone his ability to make no-look catches.

Even when a ball hits Watkins directly in the hands he is not able to make the grab, which should probably indicate that this is not so much a drill that improves a player's skills, but more of a fun trick to play on wideouts.

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