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Old 10-30-2020, 04:53 PM   #1
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Which Playbook has the most Texas like routes?

So far, i've been running the "Run N Gun" and it has an ample amount of Texas routes (where running back or full back runs out of hashmarks and inside like a half shaped diamond).

Bills had a lot of these plays in 2018, but they removed them since then.

Can anyone recommend any playbooks with a lot of these plays besides Run N Gun?
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Old 10-30-2020, 11:28 PM   #2
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Re: Which Playbook has the most Texas like routes?

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Bills had a lot of these plays in 2018, but they removed them since then.
They're back...I've actually been using the Bills' Sean McDermott playbook this year for both the number and diversity of Texas concepts. There are several where the angle route is to either the fullback or halfback, and a pretty wide variety of backside concepts beyond the basic angle+post/out of the Texas portion of the play.
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They're back...I've actually been using the Bills' Sean McDermott playbook this year for both the number and diversity of Texas concepts. There are several where the angle route is to either the fullback or halfback, and a pretty wide variety of backside concepts beyond the basic angle+post/out of the Texas portion of the play.
Thanks! I forgot to add I usually pick "Coach's suggestion" and pick plays from that. For the Run N Gun, I see at least one of those plays on every down to pick from, but when I picked Bills, it was much more scarce.

Still playing with playbooks to see which provides the most angle routes like that through coach's suggestion.
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Thanks! I forgot to add I usually pick "Coach's suggestion" and pick plays from that. For the Run N Gun, I see at least one of those plays on every down to pick from, but when I picked Bills, it was much more scarce.

Still playing with playbooks to see which provides the most angle routes like that through coach's suggestion.
Ah...yeah, they're not very common in the default gameplan. The TE Post version out of a standard I formation comes up sometimes on 2nd and long/medium, but mostly they're a manual call.

Shanahan's SF playbook has quite a few as well, but again, I don't think they show up often in the default gameplan.
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There is one I really like called "Texas Verticals" with an out route by the TE/H and verticals to the outside. It just mauls people
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Ah...yeah, they're not very common in the default gameplan. The TE Post version out of a standard I formation comes up sometimes on 2nd and long/medium, but mostly they're a manual call.

Shanahan's SF playbook has quite a few as well, but again, I don't think they show up often in the default gameplan.
I've been playing with the Denver one so far. Got a good amount of run plays, but some angle routes that are in coach's gameplan, but they don't show up as often as they do in run n gun.

Still testing out PB atm per this awesome site: https://www.madden-school.com/playbooks/
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There is one I really like called "Texas Verticals" with an out route by the TE/H and verticals to the outside. It just mauls people
That's one of my favs to run too.

I like seeing how you guys share my thought process on this PB. So underrated.

I use primarily Broadcast cam and utilize the screen on top, not the bottom. So if my RB, FB, or TE runs an angle from the top, I focus on the WRs or TE on top as my secondary, completely ignoring the receivers on the bottom of the screen, if my RB gets covered which most times is my primary receiver. But about 75% of time, I can hit the RB on the angle. If CPU has him covered, i'll hit the WR or TE on top.
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That's one of my favs to run too.

I like seeing how you guys share my thought process on this PB. So underrated.

I use primarily Broadcast cam and utilize the screen on top, not the bottom. So if my RB, FB, or TE runs an angle from the top, I focus on the WRs or TE on top as my secondary, completely ignoring the receivers on the bottom of the screen, if my RB gets covered which most times is my primary receiver. But about 75% of time, I can hit the RB on the angle. If CPU has him covered, i'll hit the WR or TE on top.

I don't know if I have seen CPU defender properly cover an angle route yet.
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