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November 2004

November 2004


West Coast Offense

Philosophy of the Controlled Passing Game
© November 2004

I have always been a proponent of the controlled passing game, mainly because my career has been highlighted with examples of its effectiveness. One instance in particular sticks out in my memory during my time as Head Coach of the London Monarchs in the World League of American Football (WLAF).

The WLAF (now known as NFL Europe) was in the process of kicking off its inaugural year. Unlike many new leagues, teams in this league had no limitations on blitzing, so we had to handle every conceivable blitz and stunt. That makes life difficult for an offensive coordinator, especially when your offensive unit is in its first year of existence. Therefore, to counter the problem, we decided to keep things simple.

Our passing scheme was based on short routes, which ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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