Dan Gonzalez is on the cutting edge of offensive strategy. He has a client whose quarterback accounted for a total of 1,091 yards in two games (580yd and 511 yd). 667 yards and 8 touchdowns (no picks) were through the air, and 424 yards and 3 touchdowns on the ground. Yes, the quarterback is very talented, but those kind of numbers are only possible with a great system, and Dan provides an innovative offense. Learn more about in his book. Developing an Offensive System: A Need for Change.
Dan Gonzalez explains how to create a system from the ground up, taking into account that the concepts and techniques should be able to be learned at the youth level as well. He’s created a communication system that allows the coach to guide the quarterback’s thought process on the field on a down-by-down basis. Moreover, the teaching and procedures throughout the system demand mutual accountability between the player and coach. Gonzalez’s takes into account everything that is needed to develop a full offensive attack.