Communication in sports is so important at all levels of play. Consider Super Bowl XLVIII played in February 2014. Denver’s Peyton Manning, after the most incredible NFL regular season by a quarterback ever, is barking out commands to his offense on the first play of the game from scrimmage when the snap goes sailing over his head. Seattle scores a safety on the play, setting the tone for the rest of the game: a 43-8 blowout for the Seahawks. Ever the professional, Manning absolved center Manny Ramirez of blame on the play, but the result of the confusion was clear: Miscommunication hampered, if not outright prevented, the Broncos’ chances of winning the Super Bowl.