Defining “constraint plays” as those that allow you to take advantage of a defense that is out of position, Chris at Smart Football argues that these plays are not what make your offense, but they are what could make your season. He argues you can’t base your offense around bubbles, draws, screens, and playactions, but you better use them to get the defense out of their alignments so that you can beat them with your bread and butters.
A good offense needs 1-2 things it will hang it’s hat on to beat any “honest” defense, but also have a number of “constraint” plays available to keep the defense playing honest football.
To see the full article visit Smart Football or follow this link to Why Every Team Should Apply the Constraint Theory of Offense.
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