I too believe firmly in the 'shoot' "O". I do some of the things COG talks about
i.e. motion to determine man/zone etc. However, I use what I call a
'shoot no huddle". In addition, I use the back alot in the passing game. My routes are mainly designed to take advantage of any "D". True ther are times I take what the "D" gives.....but 80% of the time I'm attacking the "D" and exploiting mismatches (usually when Lb's are left to cover the wr's). I guess
my RnS philosophy is ......the no huddle can and should be used not only in a
'2minute' situation, but to gain and advantage on "D" at any given point in the game. When I do this reading the "D" just comes down to spotting the the uncovered wr or back. I mean someone is always open. Moreso when the
"D" is backpeddlling. If used correctly....the "shoot" can actually make a "D"
move from one side of the field to the other....from one side of the hash mark to the other.
If you're not using 4 wr's....why bother playing offense. If the "D" doesn't fear your "O" then you've already moved yourself closer to losing.