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Tag: passing game

The Run and Shoot

Posted: December 11, 2018 at 8:22 pm   /   Uncategorized

This offense has been a topic of conversation for a long time now. I grew up watching nearly every offense in the NFL run this system. The numbers were staggering and quarterbacks we launching deep bombs down the field to trio’s of receivers. It was fun football, and I grew to love watching Sunday games […]

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You Wanna Know Why?………

Posted: March 16, 2018 at 8:43 pm   /   Uncategorized

I have spent the last couple of months speaking with coaches all across the nation. Some outstanding men, with great programs lending knowledge to one another. Their interest is in the Open Grass Reads concept inside the E.A.R.O.  They wanna know Why? As many of us do, we spend the whole off season chasing answers, […]

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Wide Line Splits meet Math and Physics…(and why you should use them)

Posted: February 25, 2018 at 2:26 pm   /   Uncategorized

Previously posted for http://www.footballxos.com/wide-line-splits-math-meets-physics/ I have always been intrigued with Coach Woody Hayes. Although he is most remembered by an incident in a game, everyone said he was a tremendous teacher. I read once that he did a study on the geometry of the force created by the down block, in order to prove his logic. […]

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The Eyes of a Quarterback (the most important part to make a successful quarterback)

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 10:58 pm   /   Uncategorized

As we can search google, we can find endless articles of the philosophy for a quarterback. From drills, mechanics, practice tools, equipment etc, but how does all this start out? Most of the time we pick out what we want in a quarterback by just looking at things like arm strength, ability, and further physical […]

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Tom Brady? Air Raid?…. Very Similar. Improvise, Adapt, Overcome

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 3:09 pm   /   Uncategorized

I recently saw this slogan on a Facebook post that referenced the United States Marines. It is a mantra they use to attack situations, and one I believe the Air Raid offense uses to even the score with their opponents and personnel changes. These teams are able to sustain for the very reason the New […]

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The “Forgotten” Position in the Air Raid Offense (Running Back)

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 3:01 pm   /   Uncategorized

I use the word “forgotten” in quotation marks, because the media seems to forget this important part of the offense. The focus of everyone when talking in this offense is the quarterback and the receivers, but without one “forgotten” player, The offense would be doomed schematically. The Running Back. One will argue, that this is […]

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