NFL’s Most Difficult Offensive Systems and Draft Picks Who Would Thrive in Them

March 23, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Evolution is constant. So goes the NFL, in all its intricate parts. 
NFL offenses generally evolve by recycling old concepts. The West Coast offense as we know it was built on the Air Coryell concept. Teams are no longer employ one-dimensional, smashmouth running offense. 
Which modern offensive systems are the most difficult to play within, and which 2013 draft prospects fit in those systems?
Bill Belichick's Balefire 
Aaron Hernandez is about to score an easy touchdown in the picture above. You will note that nobody is covering him as the Patriots approach the line of scrimmage. Danieal Manning notices this lapse and sprints toward the open tight end, but his fate is sealed.
The Patriots scored. The rout was on.
Of course, there is a reason why Hernandez is wide open and scores an easy touchdown. New England ran an uptempo offense in 2012, wreaking havoc on opposing defenses as a result. The Texans were simply...

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