One thing is on a running play when I go in motion. The change was as simple as switching the way I settle down at the end of my motion. I'm supposed to block a defensive end on that play, so I needed to be in perfect position with proper technique to do so. It was just a matter of making an alignment change to be more effective.
As far as pass plays, one thing I needed to work on was locating the ball on passes that have already been thrown before I turn to look.
Timing is crucial in this league on a lot of routes. The quarterback has to have confidence in me to make the play and confidence in himself to make that throw.
I was running a glance route, like a skinny post, which is a timing route. The quarterback's counting one, two, three, four, five, then letting the ball go.
I have to place my body in front of the defender. I was sticking and planting then looking up for the ball. Coach Robinson told me to look as I'm sticking on that last step just so I can find the ball a little quicker.
I've been making that play every time since. It's just small stuff like that, but it can make a big difference.
My goal is to get better every day and that's what I've been doing.