Jets TE Dustin Keller bought a spiral notebook over the summer and filled it with five weeks of Tom Moore -- "the Tom Moore book of knowledge," he calls it.
In training camp, Keller spent a lot of time with Moore, listening, asking questions and scribbling notes. The longtime NFL assistant was hired by the New York Jets as an offensive consultant, paying particular attention to the tight ends.
For Keller, who grew up in Indianapolis admiring Moore's offenses with the Colts, it was a cool way to spend a summer. He believes Moore's influence is one of the reasons why he's off to such a fast start.
He admitted he used to rely on pure speed to outrun linebackers and safeties. Now he tries to set them up, perhaps with a hesitation move on the stem of his route, a little something to freeze an outside linebacker. Keller credited Moore's teachings.