One of the most interesting players I have studied in recent weeks in Central Florida wide receiver Breshad Perriman. If any receiver is similar in size, athleticism, and overall receiving traits to Dallas’ Dez Bryant it’s Perriman.
What separates him from many other receivers is his explosiveness and power. He is very quick off the line and into his routes. He has excellent body control and can break down and get in and out of a cut very quickly and easily. He does a good job using his body to shield the defender from the ball. He has excellent hands and will consistently make the difficult catch. In saying that, he also has some concentration lapses and will drop some catchable balls.
After the catch he is like a running back with the ball. He has a quick burst to pull away and also has the loose hips, quick feet and run instincts to make defenders miss in space. He is powerful and almost like a running back in space once he gets the ball in his hands.
I am not a doctor but from what I hear most people treated for alcoholism do not have a pure "physical dependency" as compared with other drugs such as heroin, etc... And it is more habitual and psychological. Not trying to lump it in with the Starbucks addict by any means but I think it is in most cases somewhat different than other drug addictions. It is definitely a serious problem though.
Your Body physically changes and alters its chemistry to rely on processing alcohol. When you stop as a true alcoholic you definitely can die as your organs fail. This is a more devastating process than even Coke or Heroin...which is no picnic.
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