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Extra offensive play calling rules.

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4. It is OK to run from a spread formation and to throw from a tight one. I would go so far as to say it is necessary from time to time.

5. It is not necessary to employ a fullback if you are not going to throw it to him or hand it to more than once a game. You are better served using an extra tight end or receiver to help shrink the defense and block down field on running plays.

6. If the opposing defense is playing that game where nobody gets into a three point stance and they just mill around while you are lining up, run a wedge play. Either the question or the fullback carries it. You are guaranteed at least four yards, and you might even get one or two of them to puke on your back. They are offering you leverage all the way down the lane. Take it with gratitude.

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