The irony is that Childress used the WCO nomenclature, but he did not embrace the theory. It took Brett Favre and his audibles to make it work.
I can't really tell what Bill Musgrave is running this season. I see short routes, but they look like set patterns rather than dual read routes.
My WCO comment was actually to say that the Vikings rarely use the split set. They use single back or the "I", and that would not work as well for Webb or Harvin lining up in the backfield.
How can a running back that is not great at catching passes be easily the best in the NFL? One would think that would limit his threatability.Quote:
And our RB, while easily the best in the NFL, is not a great pass catching RB.