MQ Quick Hits Ep. 11 – Naming Formations

MQ breaksdown how to name opponent formations.

What’s in a name? Everything if you want to keep your opponent breakdowns efficient and clean. In this edition of Quick Hits, MQ discusses easy ways to name formations. 10, 11, and 20 pers. formations are discussed covering everything from where WRs line up to how to name the backfields. It’s all in there.

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3 thoughts on “MQ Quick Hits Ep. 11 – Naming Formations”

    1. Yes – G Empty. I will change it if the WRs align different, like #2 or #3 on the ball. But, if that’s their base I leave it alone.

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