Mooch schools you on the West Coast Offense

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Is the West Coast offense outdated? - Mile High Report

Roger and His Calvins by John Zussman. In the ’80s and early ’90s, the San Francisco 49ers were like gods in the Bay Area. Not only did they dominate the NFL, winning five Super Bowls, but they did it with finesse and class. Even non-football fans were drawn in, and spoke knowledgeably at parties about Bill Walsh’s West Coast offense, Joe Montana’s skill at the two-minute drill, the way running back Roger Craig’s high knee action helped him elude tacklers...

Football 101: Breaking Down the West Coast Offense | Bleacher Report

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While an assistant coach with the expansion Cincinnati Bengals in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, Bill Walsh realized that the team’s limited rushing abilities necessitated a new offensive scheme: a system of short, horizontal passing routes in lieu of running plays to stretch defenses, leaving them vulnerable to long runs and long passes. When he became head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, Walsh installed a modified version of the “West Coast Offense” and won three Super Bowls in the '80s…

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West Coast Offense

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West Coast Offense: Why California Produces The Best NFL Quarterbacks

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