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5 Pass Plays Every Offense Should Employ

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© April, 2005

by Jeff Shutter
Quarterbacks Coach, Franklin And Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa.

WHILE ALL OFFENSES strive for a balance between the run and the pass, each offense has its preferred way of moving the football. You can really define an offense�s preference to run or pass by the way they attack a defense in 3rd-and-3 or 3rd-and-4 yard situations.

Despite each team�s offensive personality, however, running teams must pass and passing teams must run to be consistently successful.  With this in mind, we�ve developed and relied on 5 pass plays that every offense should employ no matter what their style may be.

Offensive coaches often want a wide variety of plays in their package to combat the variety of fronts, stunts, blitzes and coverages that they ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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