Offensive Philosophy (American Football)

Offensive Philosophy (American Football)

The approach to offense in American and Canadian football has splintered and evolved in the 100 years in which the modern form of the sport has existed. Many philosophies exist about deploying a team's 11 (or, in Canada, 12) players.

Read more about Offensive Philosophy (American Football):  Smash Mouth, Wing T Offense, Option, Pro Style, Coryell Offense/ Air Coryell/ Vertical Offense, West Coast Offense, The Spread, Spread Option, Pistol Offense, Wildcat Offense (Single Wing)

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Offensive Philosophy (American Football) - Wildcat Offense (Single Wing) - Single Wing
... Among coaches,single-wing football denotes a formation using a long snap from center as well as a deceptive scheme that evolved from Glenn Pop"Warner'soffensive ... Traditionally,the single-wing was an offensiveformation that featured a core of four backs including a tailback,a fullback,a quarterback blocking back) and a wingback ... Linemen were set unbalanced" or simply put,there were two linemen on one side and four on the other side of the center ...

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