View Full Version : what is the best offense playbook to use with the chiefs
I was wondering what would be the best offense to use with the chiefs.Would a ball control offense work. Or would a quick passing game be effect. Larry johnson is a beast of a running back,but they lack a depenable wideout orther than gonzalez there lies the problem most players will either double him or shade him. so i ask what offense playbook would best bring out this team. If you have a answer could you please share it with me. im out alc
03-14-2007, 05:12 PM
Well, I play exclusively with the Chiefs and I have really come to appreciate the KC PB. It is true to the style of play that KC imparts. I use a lot of big sets 2TE's and run to set up play action. Play action mixed in with a SHORT passing game works best for me. I also like to run out of SB Trips Bunch and spread the D with SB 4WR. It is defense that causes me a lot of concern. I have to tweak the setup to suite my style and to adjust to most people's wanting to Play Action bomb the living daylights out of me. Use Gonzalez sparingly and use Samie Parker on quick comebacks. Spread the ball around a lot and use as many different receivers as possible BEFORE utilizing Tony G as your go-to guy, otherwise other players will double him and leave man2man coverage with single help over the top. Run to the left side of the line in big sets I Form Twin TE or I Big with sweeps or tosses. Most importantly, follow the lead of your blockers. LJ will break enough tackles on his own, so give his line time to open lanes. Hope it helps.
Thank scuba steve for the information on the chiefs playbook. I be sure to practice this once again thanks im out alc.
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03-14-2007, 09:08 PM
check out my thread on the BUF playbook, I use that with the chiefs
04-13-2007, 06:56 PM
My friend uses Kansas city and he uses west coast.I dont know if this playbook works for this team all I know is my friend uses it.
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