Below I am going to give you 5 questions on WR football IQ. The answers will be at the bottom of this but please do not cheat, try to answer each question first then look for the answers towards the bottom to check your work. That is how you get better, test yourself.
How Would You Run a 10yd out vs. an outside shade DB in off man coverage? And why would a DB be outside shade?
How Would You Run A Slant when you are the primary WR but the concept is an RPO, and you are facing an inside shade DB? What releases would you use?
If you are a slot WR and see 2 high safeties, and you are running a corner route, what kind of ball can you expect from the QB? Air on it? Or on a line?
How can you tell that a DB is in zone coverage?
How to run a fade route vs. a DB head up and in zone coverage?
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