The Basic Check is a marriage between a basic run and the bubble screen. The concept revolves around a simple count system that is very similar to the R-4 pre snap recognition. The main difference is that the QB can count the Box defenders which give him a pre snap thought of what play is going to have a better chance of success. The run part of the concept is often designed to work against 6 in the box but If a team is going to play 5 or less in the box our run is going to have a good chance of being successful. Conversely if the team tries to defend the box by overloading the numbers and using fewer defenders on the outside receivers, a bubble screen should have a great chance of being successful. The overall pre snap goal on every BASIC is to
Go(Throw) Where They Ain’t. GWTA (Pronounced Guh- wha-Ta)
Coach Lewis explain the Basic Run Pass Option Series. Included are White Board illustration, graphics and film clips. Plymouth used this series in their tempo and 2 minute offensive packages with great success. This package allows the QB to choose the best option for success from five or more options.