Gate offence swinging
19 Oct The Colts tried the swinging gate formation in the third quarter on a fourth-and-3 play. Well, the swinging gate is when the offense sets up with the entire offensive line, with the exception of the center, on one side of the field, leaving the quarterback and center, and perhaps a running back, unprotected.
What is the swinging gate play, and does it ever work?
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The Swinging Gate is an unorthodox set-piece play in American football, executed in either the offensive or special-teams sections of play. It is unusual in that the offensive line, with the exception of the center, will line up to one side of the field, leaving the quarterback and running back unprotected on the other. Its goal is to.
Description:Offensive[ edit ] The passing swinging gate formation. Eligible receivers are circled in orange. In the special-teams formation, the holder is an eligible receiver if the kicker decides to throw the ball, and vice versa The offensive form of the play is rarely run, for the reasons above. However, it does offer several advantages to coaches willing to run it. With five eligible receivers, there are a multitude of targets for the quarterback, though he must get the ball off quickly, before the defense can recover from the initial presumed surprise at the unorthodox formation.