Is the old Single Wing offense making a comeback? Watching Florida beat OSU and Tim Tebow I started thinking that sure lookes like the single wing to me. Of course teams have been running the shotgun for years to get their passers in the pocket with more time to read defenses. But I am talking a series of running plays with the ball snapped directly to the runner, pulling gaurds and blocking backs etc. The only thing missing were the spins and fakes.
Then there was the Pats two point conversion play against the Chargers to Kevin Faulk with Faulk lined up next to Brady and Brady faking the the catch and the ball snapped directly to Faulk. That looked pretty single wingish.
What do ya’ll think? Is this a trend? I think Vince Young would be a natural single wing tailback. Maybe Tennesse will put in more plays designed for Vince to run out of the deep snap?