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For the jokers out there, yes, any play that works and plays that score touchdowns are great plays.
For me, my favorite plays are the student body sweep. No trickery, Just knock the other team on their butts. They know it is coming, but they can't stop it. I used to hate to see the condoms use it in decades past. They used to just squash people. I also love counter plays that look like they are going to the strong side, but traps a weak side defender. And, lastly, the play action pass ( assuming that the running game is a threat) are plays that I love to see used. What types of plays do you like and /or believe in the most ?
This post was edited by irishm on 4/5/2013 at 9:53 PM
My favorite play during the Tony Rice era was him typically running the option down the line, looking to either keep or pitch ... when suddenly he would drop back to pass and hit Rocket Ismail or someone else downfield after the safety had already been sucked in. I think it averaged something like 51.2 yards per play.
Nothing more effective than the play action for a top option quarterback.
I love screens. I love deep balls. In an offense I'd run, the only time I like to run is on RB draws. Haha.
Guess I'm a pass happy kinda person. That said, as a lineman myself its fun as heck watching a d-lineman getting put on his ass.
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