Minnesota’s Jim Zebrowski spoke on this topic at a coaches clinic in Cleveland in 2013. Minnesota employs this concept out of a number of formations on any area of the field in most situations. It’s a sound concept that allows the quarterback to have options and not force the throw. The advantage in the quick naked is that it combines what most offenses usually have installed. Installing it is very simple since neither concept is new.
The backside wing slams down before going flat, and the tight end runs a corner route. The quick side is assigned to run slant with the inside receiver dragging across. if the alley player runs with him the slant can open. This is an effective concept inside the 10 yard line.
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