Intimidating football facemasks
After talking with a few D1 NCAA players about what they think, I created this guide to answer all your questions about visors and provides some recommendations.
An eye shield in football is typically referred to as a visor.
Something about the absence of your opponents’ eyes makes them seem superhuman and could intimidate anyone on the field. The purpose of the football visor is to protect injuries that the player has sustained in the eye area.
It is important that medical trainers can see your eyes when you are injured on the football field.
1313800592the half cage look isn't used as much anymore, even though i think it's pretty useful (and doesn't affect visibility if you're a lineman). I actually think wearing full face cages makes kinda them look like pussies.
It's like saying a QB looks indicicating because he's wearing rib pads.
Extra protection gives off the opposite impression of toughness People aren't saying they're intimidating because they look super protective, they say they're intimidating because they often make people look more like machines and it makes it hard to read their faces. This one in particular is really lame, I think it is a joke that it was called intimidating.
He gained fame at Oregon, rose to the Heisman podium and will be drafted in the NFL this year.