Designing a pass offense is based on the personality of your total offense. Situations to examine in building a playbook are normal down and distance, third down and red zone. Coach Chryst also examines the progression of practicing a pattern using classroom meetings, walk thru, QB spot drills and QB/receiver work. A base play for Chryst is 21 Personnel with two running backs, a tight end and two wide receivers. The intent of the play is to throw the "Z" on the angle and is best against a single high free safety. One of Chryst's goals is to put defenders in a 'conflict of assignment.' Chryst uses game footage to explain pass routes that yield consistent yardage. His analysis concerns his receivers as well as coverage of the defense. Chryst emphasizes that in this system, receivers do no adjust their routes based on the defense. As options are added to this scheme, players are introduced to new material far in advance of when they'll use it, giving them time to learn the play. As a staff, you should always have options against any kind of coverage you may encounter.
101 minutes. 2007.
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