Originally Posted by Wolfpack
In the Washington game, the offense ran 84% of its plays from the Shotgun formation with the 3WR, 1 TE, 1 RB personal.
They ran 12 plays under center.
The Washington game proved if you don't cover WRs it doesn't mater about the OL.
The entire thought process behind building a strong OL is assuming games are going to be played 10 yards at a time. If you are going to a full on spread and shot gun the OL means a lot less.
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