Re: Texans version of the WCO
Thanks for the post. I always wondered what really defines a WCO. Steve Young's take on it is very interesting... the QB's feet are tied to the receiver's route. This makes timing & choreography extremely important. It takes alot of practice. I believe this is why most WCO teams script their plays. It gives them an opportunity to practice over & over exactly what they're going to run, so that the timing is perfect.
So if the WCO was meant to be a pass-oriented offense, we seem to run something a bit different since we clearly like to run first.
Who was the first to combine zone-blocking with the WCO? Shannihan?
How is the Shannihan WCO differ from the Kubiak WCO?