Optimal Offensive Football Stratey

a: Optimal football strategy ~
b: rule of thirds

What: Football strategy can be lumped into 3 manageable chunks. The run, the pass and the ambiguous middle where a play can be a run or a short pass, most likely to the Tight End. From my limited observations, winning teams have employed the middle effectively. The ambiguity of the Tight End offense creates confusion for the defense. You have a player that can block, run with the ball or receive a pass. So here you have a rule of thirds within a rule of thirds. 2 Notable examples: Brent Jones of the SF Forty-Niners and Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots.

Writer: mattiflynn
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jan 15 2012 1:31 PM

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