"Just think about what the job is," he said. "I’ll walk you through a [play]. Say you’re with the coach, and he says, ‘Red Right Forty-Three Forty-Six Slant,’ and you run out there to tell the quarterback the play. He calls it in the huddle, you run out left, you see the defensive back lined up in front of you. Quarterback says, ‘Red! Red!’ and now he changes the pattern. Now you have to run a whole different pattern. You don’t know whether the ball is coming to you or not. You have to turn and try to get open. If you’re good at it, you make the defensive back think you’re going to the left, then you break right, and meanwhile the ball is on its way, and if you have the skill to catch the ball, you catch it, and once you catch it, you have to maneuver. If you do all that, and you finally get into the end zone—is that not worth a celebration?"