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It’s not just screen passes, though. Where are the quick slants and hitch routes to get our QB in a rhythm? Where are the hi-lo concepts? (Here’s a link to what I mean: Where is the play action? Quick outs?I'm not advocating for a West Coast Offense, but you have to call some 3-4 yard pass plays with 3 step drops, early, to get your QB ready and going. You don't just run up the gut then suddenly throw it down field and expect that it's going to work.It's no wonder Arroyo never had an Offense in the Top 100 when he was a college-level OC. He doesn't understand dictating a rhythm on offense which is an exceedingly hard thing to do, but is absolutely essential for Offensive success at the pro level.

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