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November 2001

November 2001


Developing Your Two-Minute Offense

by: Alex Wood
QB Coach, Minnesota Vikings
© November 2001

Using your two-minute offense as efficiently as possible can really make your offensive unit much more explosive.

Think about what it does to an opponent when you have demonstrated consistently the ability to score from anywhere on the field by driving the ball and using the clock with great management skills.

As we all know, two-minute is a form of hurry-up no huddle procedure that can keep a defense on its heels. On offense, we are attacking somewhat oblivious to the defense because we are playing against the clock.

What this type of procedure does is keep your opponents very basic and they too are playing the clock and trying to keep you out of the end zone, hoping you are inefficient and will mismanage the situation.

Taking all these things into consideration, what it all comes down to is good sound game and clock mana....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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