The New York Times has an interesting article today about the evolution of offenses in the NFL. Specifically, the article deals with the proliferation of more spread-out offensive schemes and the infiltration of college-style sets like the Wildcat into NFL gameplans. It’s a good read. What stuck out to me in the article was a quote from the Grand Poobah of the Spread Offense and Football Itself (just ask him): Urban Meyer. Meyer apparently believes that the offense he “perfected” at Utah and now Florida is quite obviously the answer to what ails all struggling offenses in the NFL: “I think it would have worked years ago,” Meyer said. “No one has had enough—I don’t want to say courage—no one has wanted to step across that line. E ...
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