Every coach in the game understands how important film study is, but many coaches have never thought about ways to get better at it. Evaluating an Opponent Through Film Study details proven processes that can be used when breaking down a team’s opponents on film. This video details how an offensive coordinator should look at his opponents, the questions he should ask, and how this information can be employed to maximize the talent of the offensive coordinator’s own team, while attacking the weak points of the defense.
Among the topics Covered:
- The right questions to ask about your opponent
- Decoding their pressure philosophy
- Statistical analysis that you’ll actually use
- Evaluating personnel—As a group and individual player