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Explosive Plays From A Tough-To-Defend, 4-Wide-Out Set Helps You Move The Chains

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© December, 2006

by Michael Greer
Coordinator of Football Operations of the Pro Football Institute & Head Scout, San Jose Sabercats, San Jose, Calif.

YOUR OFFENSE MUST continually be on the attack. You must have the mindset of �We are not trying to hide and we�re not trying to trick we come.� With this aggressive style of offense in mind, the following article details an extremely effective 4-wide-out set.

Or, as we like to call it, �Four wide outs, a one-back set and 5 seconds to throw.�

This high-powered set attacks you first down, second down and third down. Our job is to move the ball up the field as fast as possible. The players must always remember their player responsibilities on every drive.

Offensive Line: This unit must maintain man blocking while using slide technique and help in the blocking coverage. If the line give the quarterback 5 seconds  to throw, we feel that our receivers will get open.

Running Back: The ace back must protect the QB�s blind side. It is simple team offense, do your job so 10
other players can do theirs. If we go empty backfield, the a ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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