AFM RSS Feed Follow Us on Twitter       
AMERICAN FOOTBALL MONTHLY THE #1 RESOURCE FOR FOOTBALL COACHES
ABOUT |  CONTACT |  ADVERTISE |  HELP  



   User Name    Password 
      Password Help





Article Categories


October 2006

October 2006


The Situation

by: AFM Editorial Staff
© October 2006

It’s midway in the fourth quarter and the game is tied, 10-10. You’re on offense with
a third down and three on your opponents’ thirteen yard line. You need three yards to continue the drive in the Red Zone and get a first and goal. If you don’t make the first down, you’ll have to try a field goal. Obviously, you’d like to score a touchdown and go up 7. Your offense has operated out of a spread
formation for most of the game with one
wide receiver on both sides of the ball.

The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
Subscribe today!
Subscriber Login
   User Name    Password 
Password Help
NOT A SUBSCRIBER?
Subscribe now to start receiving our monthly magazine PLUS get INSTANT unlimited access to over 4000 pages of 100 percent football coaching information, ONLY available at AmericanFootballMonthly.com!

**SUBSCRIBERS ONLY**
NEED PASSWORD HELP
Subscribe online or call 800-537-4271 and get your password today!





NEW BOOK!


AFM Videos Streaming Memberships Now Available Digital Download - 304 Pages of Football Forms for the Winning Coach

















NEW! Get the Manual




HOME
MAGAZINE
SUBSCRIBE ONLINE COLUMNISTS COACHING VIDEOS


Copyright 2017, AmericanFootballMonthly.com
All Rights Reserved