Offensive Line Coaches – Improve Your Marketability

Dan Gonzalez Webinar Series

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Offensive Line Coaches – Increase Your Marketability

I have an immense amount of respect for offensive line coaches.  Offensive Line coaches know their craft very well.  The casual fan has no idea what it takes to be successful on offense, and how much of that responsibility falls on the offensive line.  There is a lot to learn and perfect for an offensive line coach, and at most levels, those coaches will serve as understudies to a more experienced line coach.

I have worked with several offensive line coaches in my career.  What I find to be true, and I see it everywhere is that the line coaches focus so much on protection and run scheme, that they lack sound knowledge and understanding of the passing game. It’s what hurts them in getting an offensive coordinator job, or relegates them to a split responsibility of “run game coordinator” until they get more experience and understanding.

If this applies to you, then Dan Gonzalez’s upcoming webinar,  “Developing an Offensive System” will give the understanding needed to be able to create and coordinate an entire offensive system.  Gonzalez is present a 4 part webinar series (90 minutes each), in which he will show how to blend run and pass into a game plan, as well as theory and implementation of cutting edge concepts.  As an offensive line coach, you will walk away from this series with an understanding of the passing game that will help you in any system.

There are many resources on the market, but know one goes into detail like Gonzalez.  Here is what one of his clients had to say:

Last winter my offensive staff and I knew we had a group of players suited to throw the ball.  Our run and shoot system was by no means broken, but it did limit some of the the things we wanted to be able to do.  After reading Dan’s book Re-coded and Reloaded, it dawned on me that this was the system to use.  Installment started in the spring and continued into the summer.  The language that he uses allows players to learn quickly.  Our kids have commented several times that it is much easier to learn than our former system.  His system was an easy transition as it has many run and shoot concepts built in. One of our main objectives was to be able to get our RBs out in to routes out of the backfield.  The Gonzalez system more than allows an offense to use all 5 receivers.  The best part, though is the rhythm passing and progression allows the QB to make his reads quick and decisive. After using parts of it for the first 3 weeks of the season, we have noticed that there is much flexibility in attacking defenses.  This is all coming from at team that traditionally runs the football 80% of the time.  Dan has been terrific!  He is readily available to help explain and give advice.  Although we have not changed much of our run game, his passing system has been a wonderful resource for our program.

Ryan Schartz

Head Coach

Fort Osage High School

Independence, MO

Here are links to information on Dan Gonzalez’s Ballistic Full Field Attack:

Ballistic Full Field Attack

Get Part 1 & Part 2

From The Blue Print:  Language

From Ch 2:  The Blue Print

Cutting Edge Offense QB produces 1,091 yard in two games

Ideas and Concepts that are Producing 40.9 Points Per Game

A Tool That Makes Any Passing Game Cutting Edge

QB accounts for 580 yards of offense in one game-find out how


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