Downfield passes as the "pitch phase" of the read-option, as run by Russell Wilson, Gus Malzahn and many, many, others
Since the invention of the zone read from the shotgun, coaches have dabbled with creative ways to add a third option for the quarterback. Early on, teams added
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“No surprise to see “Zone-Rollback” to start the series for Cincinnati. A play that Frank Pollack ran in Dallas, now the offensive line coach in Cincinnati.”
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Auburn's Offense Continued - Formations, Motion, Uptempo and Two H-Backs
When breaking down the Auburn offense there's a few things to note before discussing the actual X's and O's. 1. Auburn's offensive line is...
Packaging three-step and five-step passing concepts into the same play
Modern defenses are very, very good. Too good, in fact, for successful offenses to expect to be able to simply call some traditional play in the huddle -- ye
Auburn Run Game - The Buck Sweep
One of the more highly publicized offenses of the past two years (especially this year) has been the Gus Malzahn orchestrated attack at Aubu...
4 Keys to Defensive Game Film Breakdown - Joe Daniel Football
Football coaches spend a lot of time preparing the game plan. Follow these 4 keys for defensive game film breakdown to make sure you don't waste that time.
NFL 101: Introducing the Basic Red-Zone Route Combinations
In this installment of the "NFL 101" series at Bleacher Report, former NFL defensive back Matt Bowen breaks down the basic red-zone-route passing combinations to give you a better understanding of the scheme and its execution at the pro level...