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The Quick Passing Game

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© December, 2013

by Gene Suhr
Retired High School and College Coach

The objective is to get the ball into the hands of your playmakers.

Our offensive theory began with having a sound but diversified running attack, sound in that our running game will have limited blocking schemes and be diversified because of formation variations. Second, we wanted to have a passing game based on a high percentage of completions. Third, we wanted to use motion and formation variations to force assignment problems, limit the coverages, and disguise our basic runs and passes. Fourth, we wanted to move the football even when not scoring in order to gain better field position and keep the defense in the hole. Fifth, we wanted to play error free football, both mentally and physically.

We broke our dropback passing game into three parts ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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