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Offense The dictionary defines offense as the means and tactics used in attempting to score against an opponent Some of the most effective offenses in football are the T-formation the I-formation and the split-back offense These three run formations are just some of the strategies used to pick apart defenses and score points In order for the offense to score points they need to run the football TS The T-formation is very effective and gives you an advantage over defenses CD In the T-formation offense there are three backs lined up behind the quarterback to work with CM One back can fake a handoff and another deliver a crushing block CM Now the third back can receive the handoff and follow the block and run for a touchdown CD A quarterback can also send his backs out as receivers CM One or two of the backs can stay behind to block while the other runs a pass route CM This gives the quarterback several options and will let him pick apart the defense CS The T-formation offense is not only an effective run game but an elaborate way of tearing apart the defense TS Another effective offense that will give you an advantage over the defense is the I-formation CD There are two running backs lined up one behind the other in this offense CM This offense allows for the straight ahead attack where they can run the ball up the other teams gut CM The fullback can throw a block for the tailback or for a change of pace run the ball himself and catch the defense on their heels CD The tailback can also run the ball to the outside of the line CM A fullback should take on the defensive end or linebacker for a big gain by the tailback CM The tailback also has the option of going inside or outside of the block to rush to the end zone CS
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