r/footballstrategy

53k members
r/footballstrategy is a subreddit with 53k members. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is large in size.
A subreddit for American Football fans, coaches, and players to learn about the strategy and tactics of the game

Popular Topics in r/footballstrategy

#1
Coaching Advice
: "6'5-6'6 sixth grader from a small program; what to do?"
48 posts
#2
Play Design
: "Just thought run play. Think it's any good?"
23 posts
#3
Offense
: "I hate shotgun formations for short yardage and goal line… change my mind?"
23 posts
#4
Defense
: "What defense would you run if all of your D-linemen were huge?"
23 posts
#5
Special Teams
: "Off-season content: the NFL should try and resurrect the drop kick as a viable skill/tactic"
8 posts
#6
General Discussion
: "When and why will coaches call a split field coverage with one side man and the other side zone?"
8 posts
#7
NFL
: "Every time a big lead is blown I hear people say “they should’ve just run the ball”. If it’s really that simple, why don’t these professional coaches “just run the ball”?"
5 posts
#8
Player Advice
: "Tips on throwing a better ball"
5 posts
#9
Media Links
: "Self-Promo Wednesdays: Promote your blog, channel, site, or educational resources here."
4 posts
#10
Player Development
: "Throwing Motion"
2 posts

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