Tempos are an important part of your offense if you are a No Huddle team. We have been a no huddle for the last five years and will continue to be for the foreseeable future as we believe that dictating the tempo of the game gives us an advantage.
This is an example Game Plan that we provided for our players. This is one of the smaller ones that we created as we were not adding any new plays. We just wanted to focus on execution of our base game and beating a team that had beaten us handily two seasons in a row. We take this PowerPoint presentation and turn each slide into videos. We then upload it into Hudl and share it with our team!
In this installment of our Offense Playbook Series, we will be looking at the play calling procedures you will use with your team. This is the part of building your playbook that determines your huddle and how you will get your information into your players.
In our second part of the Offense Playbook Series, we will look at creating our team’s football goals. These goals will vary depending on the type of offense and team that you have, but the thought process behind each one is what is important.