That makes sense. I have sometimes pulled off a first down by a short
pass offense or a long pass offense so it makes complete sense that is
exactly what the aposing team would do if they are on a third down and
12 yards to go. Those are long odds, but they can be b beaten with a
successful pass. So the most likely defence is to try and block the
pass or intercept it.
On 4/19/11, Jim Kitchen <j...@kitchensinc.net> wrote:
> Hi Jason,
> You know though, if it is like third down and over a dozen yards I would
> highly recommend the short pass defense. They may get a few yards with a
> run, but almost never enough for a first down in that situation. And yeah,
> the blitz can work great, but like if they run a screen pass and complete
> the pass, he can be gone for a touch down from 99 yards away. You know
> because everyone is in on the blitz and no one is left to cover the player
> who catches the pass.
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