An innovative and diverse football playbook can be the difference between winning and losing. In today's game, fresh and unpredictable plays are crucial, so it's vital to pick your plays from a wide and creative arsenal. Sixteen-year-old Warren Erdmann provides just that for coaches everywhere.
In My Motion Offense at 16, Erdmann has compiled an original array of offensive plays based on a philosophy of spreading out the defense, using the entire field, keeping the play-calling simple, making the defense adjust to the offense, and using the team's strengths to exploit the opponents' weaknesses.
In explaining and diagramming each play, Erdmann clearly illustrates how to maximize the talent on the field and breaks down how a play capitalizes on the strengths of the offense and the weaknesses of the defense. In most of his plays, Erdmann emphasizes that seconds count, communication matters, and carefully orchestrating the eleven players on offense is critical to maximizing their talent and ultimately putting points on the scoreboard.
This ambitious book constructively uses terminology and diagrams to describe each play and its execution for coaches, players, and devoted fans. You will be impressed that a high school junior has devised so many interesting plays and has organized them so well to make your team successful on the football field.