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Packaging Your Passing Gameby: Patrick J Higgins
© May 2001
As the passing game has evolved, problems have arisen in packaging the pass routes for all protections, personnel groups and formations. For example, we have 10 different personnel groups, ranging from three tight ends and two running backs, to five wide receivers. Making the passing game flexible enough to encompass all the variables can get difficult.
Our offensive staff has put a great deal of time and thought into this, and has developed a comprehensive, yet very user-friendly, system for all parties involved (offensive line, tight ends, running backs and wide receivers).
To come up with the system, we reviewed all the variables that must be considered. The variables are: How do I want to protect the quarterback (five-man, six-man, seven-man or maximum protection)? Do I want to throw hot? Do I have to adjust my r....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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