Chris Brown of Smart Football writes,”One of my favorite recent evolutions in offenses has come from the rise of “combined” or “packaged” concepts…You can take things you are already good at, combine them, and make the defense wrong every time while executing simple ideas. But the other reason is that in the age of the no-huddle, they avoid the need for complex pre-snap audibles or convoluted calls in the huddle of multiple plays.”
Specifically, Brown uses this article to dive into the combination of the shovel option with a sprintout concept. While exploring this packaged concept Brown takes readers through the quarterback reads and guidelines for linemen while providing video and diagrams. For more on this concept, and to read the full article, check out Combining the Shovel Option with a Sprint-Out Pass.
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About the Author (Author Profile)Since 1998 Coach Minter has served as a head coach, coordinated all three phases of the game, and worked with the defensive line, offensive line, linebackers, quarterbacks, and wide receivers. He has developed the blog GridNotes as a home for the wealth of coaching related articles, blog posts, and forum topics found on the net.
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