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April 2000

April 2000


Working the Right Angle in Your Passing Game

Former Assistant Coach, William & Mary, Current QB Coach Hofstra
by: Warren Ruggiero
© April 2000

Since the days when the great Sid Gillman started using the angle-type route for the running back, there have been many ways that teams have coordinated it into their passing games. The route is being used at all levels of football, and with every conceivable formation and personnel grouping.

With the variety of offenses using the angle-type route, there have been many ways that the pattern has been run. While all of them can be effective, there are some pros and cons to each that we must consider. It also becomes necessary to have some complements or variations to the route in order to keep it healthy.

To follow a logical progression of thought, we will break the route down into its most basic form. We then will examine the many ways that routes may be assigned to each receiver and the effect they have on the play. The dif....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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