Football Spread Offensive
Today I want to talk to Head Coach Bill Renner and his Spread Offense which he calls: 5 Wide Attack Spread Offense
Article 1 – For an offense, nothing is more frustrating than having a defense attack you to the point where you are passive, defensive, and worried about not being able to score points or move the ball. They’ve gotten their offense into a defensive mindset of “just don’t lose the game” or “we’ll wait for a good opportunity.”
Well, 5 Wide Attack Offense’s mission is to never allow that mentality to prevail. In fact, 5 Wide Attack Offense reverses that mindset and puts the defense into passive, defensive mode and worries if they can stop it.
How do you do this? Featuring formations that limit the defensive lineup so you can practice exactly what you’ll see on game day. With a system without meetings that makes the defense play at your pace. With offensive tempo changes that prevent the defense from being able to block his attack. With 5 receivers on every passing play and 4 receivers on every running play, which disguises his passing and running read from his offense.
Good defenses are programmed to react and not think. The 5 Wide Attack Offense doesn’t let them get into a reaction state, it always keeps them thinking. Thinking defenses are slow defenses that turn into shaky defenses that then become targets for your offensive attack. Once you have them confused, doubt creeps in and then the points pile up on the scoreboard.
Instilling the element of doubt in a defense is your main weapon against an aggressive defense. Never run out of tools to create this question so you can score as many points as you need to win. The 5 Wide Attack Offensive will give you those tools!