22.9.15

IN PLACE OF "A AND B CIRCLE, X AND Y FLY."

The Green Bay Packers rallied to take control of their game with the Microsoft Seahawks with a no-huddle, no-back series.
"I thought it was probably the most important drive of the game," said [Packer coach Mike] McCarthy. "Not only to go down and score, but we were able to keep the ball. Moving in-bounds, there was a lot of time that came off the clock. It was a critical point in the game, and to get that production out of it, it was an excellent change-up. And Aaron orchestrated it very well, was patient with it. So it definitely was a good package for us."
The formation calls for proper timing and execution, as the quarterback often throws to the rearmost of three receivers on one side of the field, with the receivers in advance turning into blockers.  Football is blocking and tackling.  And understanding that a proper mixed strategy means mixing.

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