Attacking The Wildcat

By MikeBullock  |   Friday, October 30, 2009  |  Comments( 1 )

Miami Dolphins
The very name “Wildcat” seems to bring with it a pulse quickening unlike any other form of offense. There’s just something about it that conveys a sense of excitement, conjures visions of big, mind-blowing plays and really grabs a football fan right in the adrenal glands. When the Wildcat first came in vogue last year, visions of just what the...
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JimmyD
12:19 PM
11/02/2009
The Jets beat the wildcat yesterday by staying home and not jamming the point of attack. We played West Virginia twice a year back in the 80's and they had a similar offense. You had to be careful about rushing out of your position. We ran a somewhat typical 4-3 and would switch to 3-4 and 5-3 depending on who we played. If you get sold on the fake then you become off balance and easy for the pulling block. Stay home and do not jam the line , this was how Rex and the ravens beat the wildcat last year and how the Jets beat it yesterday. I think once you get Pat White more comfortable with the offense this will be VERY difficult to defend.
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